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has a group of property owners accusing the county of dragging its feet on an issue they say could have a ripple effect across

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Emmitt Sam-Smith demonstrates how to fold an American flag with help from his adoptive mother, Colleen McComb, and places it in a box with others as part of his Eagle service project.

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since the 1990s.

Climate

The dispute took a new twist this spring, after a

ruling by the Oregon Land Use Board of Appeals

science,or a study in principles

indicated the Simpsons'

neighbors may have a good reason to be upset. The ruling said the Simpsons and Deschutes County couldn't

prove that both of the manufactured homes' tenants

were "principally engaged" in farm activities. That's a key point, be-

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. Sitting in the headquarters -

of the Wyoming Liberty Group, Susan Gore, found-

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A Summit High School student will make his transition from Boy Scout to Eagle Scout with the assistance of Central Oregon veterans and hundreds of old American flags. Emmitt Sam-Smith, 16, a five-year member of Boy Scout Troop 23 in Bend, is using his Eagle

think tank, said new national science standards

service project to honor veterans and active-duty troops. He's retiring old, worn-out flags at a

forschoolswere a form of "coercion," adding, "I don't

ceremony at Vince Genna Stadium and cutting embroidered stars from flags as a memento for the

think government should

have anything to do with education." Gore, a daughter of the

troops. "I was talking to the Boy

founder of the company

Scout office and there was a

that makes Gore-Tex waterprooffabric,was

request from the American

speaking here weeks after the Republican-controlled Legislature made Wyoming, where coal and oil

Legion for this to be done as maybe an Eagle project," Emmitt said. "I looked into

it, and it seemed really cool. It was gonna be a hard one,

are king, the first state to reject the standards,

one that has never been done

which include lessons on human impact on global warming. The pushback came despite a unanimous vote by a group of Wyoming science educators urging acceptance. Wyo-

Mike Whitney, an Air Force veteran and member

ming was the first state to

say no, but likely not the last.

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communities. The property owners live along Lower Bridge Way, west of Terrebonne. They're upset over the county's decision last year to approve two manufactured homes as farm dwellings on Steve and Kathy Simpson's 800acre ranch. The structures have been on their property

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600,000 sport-utility vehicles recently, itbecame the

Band of Brothers in Bend,

fourth carmaker this year to

originally contributed the idea to the Scouts and imme-

acknowledge an issue with malfunctioning air bags.

diately sat down with Emmitt to plan the project details.

So far in 2014, automak-

ers inthe United States have recalled about 6.6million

"We sat down and did a list

of who, what, when, where, why and how and started fill-

cars and trucks, more than a

ing in the blanks," Whitney

that could prevent air bags

sard. Whitney helped Emmitt

from deployingproperly in a crash. At Ford, engineers foundbuggysoftware could delayair bags fromactivating in a rollover. In March,

get in touch with several veterans organizations in Bend

induding the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Daughters of the American Revolution and

Marine Corps League. He also helped Emmitt coordinate a flag collection process that induded setting up five

donation sites around Bend.

third of the total, for defects

Emmitt Ssm-Smith holds a star from a flag snd an example of the card accompanying it, one of 3,000 to be given to local veterans and active duty troops.

Nissan recalled almost

"We've been collecting

Emmitt has put in 300 hours

boys' projects, they're ei-

them since January," Emmitt

on the project and expects to havegiven atleast400hours

ther in the 100- or 150-hour

1million cars, induding the 2014Altima, because

range," Emmitt said. "So this

software sometimes thinks

by the time he submits his

is a big one. It takes most of

project for review. "If you look at most other

my free time."

apassenger seatis empty, leadingto an air-bag failure. SeeAir bags/A6

said. "We've gotten several hundred (flags)." Leadinghis troop members and other volunteers,

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Ferry disaster makesSouth Korea question progress By Todd Pitman The Associated Press

ANSAN, South KoreaPark Si-chan had trouble

sleeping the night before the biggest trip of his young life, a four-day journey with his entire junior high school class to a lush volcanic island

known here as the "Hawaii of Korea." The trip was the students'

last chance for all-out fun before preparing for grueling, all-important university entrance exams, and Si-chan was excited. While packing, he kept saying, "'What am I

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And if anything happens, "just do what those in charge say." That's exactly what the

missing?'" his father, Joseph He gave his son some advice: Know where the life

kids and other passengers did, and many died as a result when the five-story-high Sewol ferry turned upside down

jackets are, "just in case."

and sank in just a few hours

Park, recalled.

on April 16. Most of the 304 people dead or missing were teenagerstrapped in cabins where the crew had ordered them to stay.

The tragedy has prompted Koreans toquestion thevery foundations of their society.

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Syrian COnfliCt —The general in charge ofSyria's air defense has been killed in fighting nearDamascus, anopposition monitoring group and Syrian security officials said Sunday.Theofficer, Lt. Gen. Hussein Ishaq, one ofthe highest-ranking officers to die during thecountry's three-year conflict, commanded60,000 troops in Syria's air defense forces, said HishamJaber, a retired Lebanese army brigadier general who closely follows the military in neighboring Syria. But it wasunclear what impact Ishaq's deathwould have onthe battlefield, given that Syrian opposition fighters possess noaircraft, Jaber added. DOme auCtiOn —ThePontiac Silverdome wasthe place Elvis, Led Zeppelin and theRolling Stones played. AndPopeJohn Paul II prayed. It's where Barry Sanders and Isiah ThomasbecameDetroit sports legends. Nowadays, the 80,000-seat venuenorth of Detroit is a shell of its former self. The unforgiving Michigan weather shredded its roof, long strands of which hang from high above orare crumpled on the stadium floor. TheSilverdome's current owner — an investment company that tried to revive interest by holding events such as soccer and boxing in recent years — is determined to cash in before it's too late, putting pretty much anything andeverything inside up for auction starting on Wednesday.

VietnameSe prateStS — TwoChinesepassengershipsweremoored off a central Vietnameseport earlytoday preparing to evacuateChinese workers followingdeadly rioting lastweek, officials said.Thenationwide unrest, theworst to hit in Vietnamyears, followed Beijing's deployment of a large oil rig in apatch ofthe South ChinaSeaalso claimed byVietnam. Bothnations havesent ships tothe waters thatare now lockedin atense standoff with eachother, raisingfears of possible conflict.

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China train attaCk —China said early today that it had launched an international manhunt for the allegedmastermind behind anattack at a train station last month blamed onextremists from the Muslim Turkic Uighur ethnic group. Theofficial China Daily newspaperand other state media said arequest had beensubmitted to Interpol for the arrest of Ismail Yusupandanunspecified number of associates. Thereport said that Yusupwas a member of the East Turkistan Islamic Movement and organizedtheApril 30 attack in the capital of the northwestern Xinjiang region that killed threepeople andinjured 79 others.

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Volunteers use arubber boat to rescue residents Sunday from a flooded area inObrenovac, southwest of Belgrade, Serbia. At least 33 people havedied andtens of thousands have beenevacuated in Serbia and Bosniaduring three days of torrential rains that fed the most intense flooding the region hasseensince records began to be kept more than acentury ago. By Sunday, thousandsoflandslideshad swept away homesandturned idyllic hillside communities into cascades of muckand debris. Farm fields were washed awayandcoal mines flooded. Bridges were knocked from their moorings andsent floating down swollen rivers like barges. Nearly100,000 people werewithout power in

Serbia alone, officials said, as workers scrambled to protect the country's two largest power stations from rising waters. "These arethe kind of waters not seenin1,000 years, let alone100," AlexanderVucic, prime minister of Serbia, said during aCabinet meeting televised to his anxious citizens. An amount of rain thatwould normally fall on this part of the Balkans inthree months hadfallen in threedays. "The situation is catastrophic," Vucic told reporters. Officials also worried that the flooding haddislodged some of theestimated100,000 minesstill believed to be buried in the regionandhadswept awaywarning signs marking some ofthe 9,000 known minefields.

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HAPPENINGS WaShingtOn, D.C. — The National Geographic Bee begins. VatiCan —The Vatican's financial watchdog issues its annual report on efforts to bring the Holy See inline with international anti-money-laundering standards.

HISTORY Highlight:In 1864, American author Nathaniel Hawthorne, 59, died in Plymouth, N.H. In1536, Anne Boleyn, the second wife of England's King Henry Vlll, was beheadedafter being convicted of adultery. In1780, a mysterious darkness enveloped much ofNewEngland and part of Canada inthe early afternoon. In1913, California Gov. Hiram Johnson signedthe Webb-Hartley Law prohibiting "aliens ineligible to citizenship" from owning farmland, a measure targeting Asian immigrants, particularly Japanese. In1921, Congress passed,and President Warren G.Harding signed, the EmergencyQuota Act, which established national quotas for immigrants. In1935, T.E. Lawrence,also known as "Lawrence ofArabia," died in Dorset, England, six days after being injured in a motorcycle crash. In1943, in his secondwartime address to the U.S.Congress, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill pledged his country's full support in the fight against Japan. That sameday,top U.S. and British officials meeting in Washington reachedagreement on May1, 1944, asthe date for the D-Dayinvasion of France (the operation ended up bein glaunchedmorethana month later). In1962, actress Marilyn Monroe sang "HappyBirthday to You" to President JohnF. Kennedy during aDemocratic fundraiser at NewYork's Madison SquareGarden. In1964, the State Department disclosed that 40 hiddenmicrophones hadbeenfound in the U.S. Embassy in Moscow. In1973,Secretariat won the Preakness Stakes, thesecond of its Triple Crownvictories. In1981, five British soldiers were killed by anIrish Republican Army landmine inCounty Armagh, Northern Ireland. In1994, former first lady Jacquelin eKennedyOnassi sdied in New Yorkatage 64. Ten years age:Army Reserve Spc. Jeremy C.Sivits wept and apologized after receiving ayearin prison and abad conduct discharge in the first court-martial stemming from abuse of Iraqis at the Abu Ghraib prison. Frustrated relatives of World TradeCenter victims heckled former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani during his appearance before the September11 commission. Two menhurled purple cornstarch at British Prime Minister Tony Blair intheHouseofCommons. Manmohan Singh wasnamed India's new prime minister. Five years age:President Barack Obamaasked consumers to back his plan for higher efficiency standards for cars and trucks, saying drivers would make up the higher cost of cleaner vehicles at thegas pump. One year age:President Barack Obama, in asoaring commencementaddresson work, sacrifice and opportunity, told graduates of historically black MorehouseCollege in Atlanta to seize the power of their example as black men graduating from college and use it to improve people's lives.

BIRTHDAYS PBS newscaster Jim Lehrer is 80. Rock singer-composer Pete Townshend (TheWho) is 69. Rock musician Phil Rudd(ACDC) is 60. Rocksinger Jenny Berggren (Ace ofBase) is 42. Actor Eric Lloyd is 28. — From wire reports

Some military machines become visual symbols for the troubled times in which their use was prevalent. The U-2, a high-altitude reconnaissance aircraft, will forever be linked to the Cold War. Now, 58 years after its first flight, the 32 remaining modernized U-2s will likely be phased out by

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sculptor Auguste Rodin,

whose work is in museums around the world.

The green cast, "Le Desespoir (Despair)," was item No. 160 at Saturday's auction at Quinn's Auction

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Pilots must wear pressure suits because of high altitude; can directly manage U-2's many sensors

Oct. 14, 1962A U-2 flown by Maj. Richard Heyser takes 928 photos, capturing images of a Russian-Cuban SS-4 launch site under construction near San Cristobal, igniting the Cuban Missile Crisis, during which another U-2 was shot down

$17,700, and an eye-shaped clock designed by American George Nelson for the Howard Miller Clock Co., went for $1,888. Selling the Rodin sculpture took less than three m inutes. There were 10

bidders on the phone and three on the floor. Bidding opened at $37,500 and quickly escalated — the next bid was $60,000. From there, they rose in incre-

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sell the 14-inch-tall statue, but because the auction-

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real. Last year, a New York auction house offered to

it was an original work by Rodin, known for his statGraphic: Robert Dorrell

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ue "The Thinker."

A theory —whywe don't holdonto early memories By Meeri Kim The Washington Post

Have you ever been told about an incident that hap-

neurons, you're also wiping away older memories." Freshneurons form rapidly in the brain after birth and into

young childhood, but the proyou cannot recall'? Perhaps the cess slows to a crawl once we time you had an unstoppable reach adulthood. Frankland crying fit at the mall, ate your and hiscolleagues discovered first piece of pizza or hit your in experiments with mice that head onthe coff ee table and by accelerating the production had to get stitches. of new cells in the hippocamThis inability to remember pus — an area of the brain specific events from the ear- crucial for memory formation liest years of our lives, called — they induced higher levels of "infantile amnesia" by Sig- forgetting. mund Freud over a century They speculate from their ago, happens to us all. Now findings that the abundant researchers have found what birth of neurons during our could be causing it: the birth early years could explain the of additional neurons — nerve mysterious amnesia we expecells — in the brain. rience in relation to childhood "Previously, people would memories. The study was pubargue that neurons only help lished online May 8 in the jourmake new memories," said nal Science. neurobiologist and study auBut psychologist Justin t hor Paul Frankland of t h e Rhodes of the University of IlHospital for Sick Children in linois at Urbana-Champaign Toronto. "But as you're adding is hesitant to believe that the pened when you were little that

most no pups could remember anything that occurred bethe room as a bad place. fore age 3, and any memories In the next experiment, two from earlier than age 7 tend to link between new neurons and groups of adult mice were be fuzzy — although children lost memories is that simple. taught to fear the same room. are clearly capable of making "I'm still a little skeptical," said Then the researchers induced memories. But somehow, these Rhodes, who was not involved the birth of new neurons, experiences are wiped away in the study. "Neurogenesis is a called neurogenesis, by giving quickly. field where there's a lot of con- one cohort access to a running Frankland and his wife, troversy, and we don't know wheel. neuroscientist and study auexactly what these new neuExercise in rodents and hu- thor Sheena Josselyn, have rons are doing." mans has been shown in pre- observed the fragile, fleeting Both adult mice and pupsvious studies to promote neuro- memory of children in their equivalent to infants in human genesis. When compared with own 5-year-old d aughter. years — initially learned to fear sedentary mice without wheel When she was 2 or 3, they a certain roomby associating it access, the runners more easily would quiz her about, say, past with mild foot shocks. After the forgot their fears. The incorpo- trips to the zoo or to her grandanimals had spent time back in ration of new cells seemed to mother's house. If they asked their cages, Frankland and his alter the connections between within a day or two, she was colleagues returned them to existing neurons. very much able to recall the the room; if they remembered The reverse held true when experiences. "It's clear she can m ake it as being a bad place, the ro- suppressing neuron growth in dents froze. While the adults pups. When their neurogene- these memories and tell us derecognized the scary room up sis was reduced by the use of a tails about the trips," he said. to four weeks later, the majori- common chemotherapydrug, "But within a couple of months, ty of pups froze during testing the young mice were better if we ask about the zoo, it's, 'We didn't go to the zoo. I don't reonly within a day of the bad ex- able to recall their fears. perience. After two weeks, alAdults generally fail to recall member that.'"

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Dispute

o f ten t a k e said the issue is about a precemonths or longer to work out. dent the county could set. Continued from A1 Aplin, a f o rmer heavy For a property developer Jerry Aplin, one of t he equipment o p e rator wh o looking to make extra inn eighbors a l on g Lo w er helped pla t s u b divisions come, "Why go through all Bridge Way, said he and oth- around Bend in t h e 1990s, the trouble (to build a subdivier neighbors are worried the appealed to LUBA in March sion) when you could just buy rental homes on the Simp- 2013, after Deschutes Coun- farmland, bring in some mosons' property could lead ty approved the Simpsons' bile homes, then turn around farm-dwelling proposal. The and rent them out?" he said. o ther farmland o w ners t o build shoddy houses or mo- Simpsons applied to have the "This has been a three-year bile homes on their land, to two structures listed as farm battle to get these people to do rent out and thereby pad their dwellings after the county something." incomes. sent them code-enforcement Through their attorney, the County officials, mean- violation notices for placing Simpsons didn't return a meswhile, say resolving the case the structures on their proper- sage seeking comment last is just a matter of working ty without land-use approval. week. with the Simpsons this sumAplin has lived near the To be sure, LUBA r u led mer, on a code-enforcement Simpsons for 15 years, and against Aplin and the neighi ssue that ca n

Korea

nity D evelopment D i rector

on testimony that the tenants

new housing if the structure

The county has been in

Nick Lelack said. The ruling is less than 2 months old, so the county needs to give the

Simpsons time to look for an alternative to removing the structure, he said. "It will b e th e Simpsons'

decision on how to proceed, and we are working cooperatively with them on a path forward," Lelack said. Landlord and tenant regulations also

require the county to give the tenants some time to look for

were engaged in farm activi- touch w it h t h e S i m p sons is ultimately removed. ties. County commissioners since the LUBA ruling came — Reporter: 541-617-7820, agreed last year. back in late March, Commueglucklich@bendbulletin.com

South Korean president to disband coast guard

Continued from A1 "We are realizing the ties t hat bin d

bors on a number of points, But Aplin and his neighincluding claims the Simp- bors said they could show one sons have been misleading of the tenants spent his time about what their tenants do as a long-haul truck driver, for a living. while the other does a small The first of the two struc- amount of farm work but tures are occupied by Kathy not enough to meet county Simpson's parents, LUBA requirements. documents state, while two LUBA agreed, saying in its renters occupy the second. March ruling that "the counThe controversy c enters ty's finding are inadequate around the second home. and fail to establish that (the The county recommended tenants) are 'principally enapproving it as a farm struc- gaged' in farm use of the ture in December 2012, based land."

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gether — justice, ethics, our moral system of social secu-

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By Choe Seng-hun

we thought they were," said Changsu Han, a psychiatrist

New York Times News Service

it deal more efficiently with di-

SEOUL,South KoreaPresident ParkGeun-hyeof South Koreavowedearly today to disband hercountry's coast guard, saying that SouthKorea owed "reform and agreat transformation" to hundreds of high school students whodied in a ferry disaster last month. Bowing deeplybeforetelevision cameras,Parkoffered a "heartfelt apology" for having failed to prevent thesinking of the 6,825-ton ferry Sewol on April16and for thecoast guard's bungling of rescue operations. "The ultimate responsibility lies with me,thepresident," she

sasters. Shesaid shewould disband the coastguard, which she said failed to doenoughto save the students. Thevast majority of the deadandmissing were students trapped inthedangerously listing ferry after its crew repeatedly urgedthemto stay put. Whenthe first coast guard boats arrived atthesceneApril 16, they savedthe ship's captain and other crewmemberswho were deserting theship and made inadequate efforts to reach the trappedstudents. The duties of thecoastguard will be absorbedinto the national police force orinto a new agency responsible for safety that Parksaid shewould create to ensure that disasters arehandled moreefficiently. Toward theendof the speech, sheturned emotional, struggling to fight backtears, as she cited thenamesof those shecalled "true heroes": students, crewmembersand teachers whosurvivors said helped passengersescapebut did not make itout themselves. "The sinking of theSewol will stay as ahard-to-erase scar in our history," Parksaid. "It's the duty of the living to makereform and a greattransformation for the country so that thesacrifices of the deadwere not wasted. If we cannot reform ourselves

Ko Kyoung-jin, a truck driver who took the Sewol three times a week to deliver packagesoapost t

in a situation like this, we will

ock, broke down in tears.

at the Korea University Col-

lege of Medicine, which treated more than 70 students who survived the ordeal. The victims "listened to

authorities, and did as they were told," he said. "They put

on their life vests, and waited to be rescued.... And many of them are waiting there still-

at the bottom of the sea."

School trip Of the476 people on board the Sewol when it left Incheon port for Jeju island April 15, 325 were students from

Danwon High School in An-

sald.

san, an hour's drive south of

Although shehadapologized a fewtimes overthesinking, Park's nationally televised speech Mondaywasher clearest expression of public contrition. As of today,286 people had beenconfirmed dead,with 18 missing, makingtheepisode one of the country's worst peacetime disasters. It hasalso developed into Park's biggest political crisis; over theweekend, the policedetained more than 200 peoplewhohadtried to march onheroffice, calling on her to stepdown. "We failed to savethose students whoshould havebeen saved," Parksaid. "I will make this an opportunity for South Korea to beborn again." She promised areorganiza-

Seoul. The ferry could transport nearly 1,000 people along with hundreds of cars and dozens of shipping containers. But th e company that

loaded the vessel has said it was carrying more than 3,600 tons — three times as much

as the safety limit in a regulator's report. T he f e rr y

s a i le d a t 9

p.m. An hour later, the kids watched adazzling fireworks display. Ko Kyoung-jin, a truck driver who took the Sewol three

times a week to deliver packages to a post office, heard the students' loud

K o rean

pop music blaring above his cabin.

become anation that will never be able toachieve reform."

Lim Hee-min sent a text

message to his son. "When are you going to go to sleep?"

adds, "It's like we're becom"A l i t tl e l a te," H y u n-jin ing the Titanic." One by one, replied. though, the students put on "OK ... good night," his fa- life jackets. ther wrote. "I miss you, my At one point, somebody baby." takes Su-hyun's phone and The next morning, strong films him. He says, "I love winds were blowing across you, Mom. Ilove you, Dad. I the water. Hyun-jin took pho- love you both." tos of himself wearing a gray hoodie. When he sent the last one to his father, at 8:52 a.m.,

MiXedmeSSageS

Jeju was about three hours away.

guard. Our ship is in danger. It's listing right now," a crew

On the bridge, the third

mate ordered the helmsman to make a

5 - d egree turn.

Tracking data show the ship made a 45-degree turn instead. It is unclear why.

Ko, the driver, he heard several shipping containers crash d o wn .

S t udents

screamed. In the cafeteria's kitchen, pots and pans, uten-

sils and chairs crashed. "Don't worry, there's no chance it will sink," said a truck driver on deck with Ko.

The ship was leaning to its left, making it difficult to walk. Student Park Su-hyun

began filming with his cell phone from his bunk bed, as other kids cracked jokes. A boy says, "it's going to be ... hilarious if we upload this on Facebook." Another

"Please notify

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office, speaks last month during en interview at e hospital in Mokpo, South Korea.

There have been no miraculous rescues — just agonizing waits for heartbreaking news. On April 19, Park Su-hyun's father, Park Jong-dae, posted a letter to his son online: "I sincerely kneel down and beg your forgiveness, as a helpless father who made you be born in this stupid country."

On April 22, a body was brought to port matching Suhyun's description. His par-

own life jacket and died. But

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for yourself, to make your "The crew ordered them to own decisions in life." sheet. Park's wife, Lee Young- stay inside the ferry. They told

strong currents. Lee said he ing crew members and police issued an evacuation after have detained the head of the member said in a radio mes- about half an hour, but sur- ship owner. The government sage at 8:55 a.m. viving passengers have said promises new monitoring and The messages that boomed they never heard one. regulations. through the f erry's loudThe disaster is a shock to speakers told people to stay in Agonizing news this country, a former backtheir cabins, which were beIn Ansan, the school issued water that transformed itself coming increasingly difficult a text message to parents at into A s i a' s f o u r t h-largest to escape. 11:06 a.m., saying all students economy.Many now question Hyun-jin sent his father a had survived. They were be- how far South Korea has realblurry image of students in ing brought to a school gym- ly come. "Down deep, most Koreans life vests lying on the floor. nasium in Jindo, a town five Jolted, Lim Hee-min called hours away from Ansan. knew their claims of rapid immediately. But when Joseph Park ar- development were exagger"Dad, I think the ferry is rived, people were in tears. A ated," Tom Coyner, a Seoulsinking." whiteboard listed confirmed based editor of the Korea EcoAnd then th e l i n e w e nt survivors. P a r k Si - c han's nomic Reader. "But few exdead. name was not there. pected an incident of the scale Three helicopters plucked people off the right-hand side I of the ship, which by then was facing the sky. Inflatable Zodiac rescue rafts raced through the waves.

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Flags Continued fromA1 For the stars, Emmitt su-

pervised as his troop members and their parents cut out

Ifyou go What:Flag Retirement Ceremony Where: VinceGennaSta-

3,000stars from 60 flags over

dium

the course of a few weeks. The stars will be given to local vet-

When:noon -2 p.m. June 14

erans and active duty troops

Details:Events include as part of Caring for Troops, an introduction of Scouts, a Central Oregon nonprofit troops and veterans, raisorganization supporting miling of the colors, opening itary members. Thirty boxes and closing prayers, an of the stars have already been explanation of the stars and shipped to troops in Afghania reading of the story of the stan and Special Operations American flag. troops in various countries, according to Ken Hauge, vice president of Caring for Troops. dium has a longstanding re"The stars are an import- lationship with both the Boy ant thing because it's part of Scouts and Girl Scouts, and he our nation and how it got to leased the stadium to Emmitt be where it's at," Hauge said. for free because of his passion "Some vets put (the stars) for his project. "Everything was done eyein their billfolds because it

Wyoming Continued fromA1 A House committee in Oklahoma last week voted

to reject the standards, also in part because of concerns

about how climate change would be taught. Amid a growing cascade of studies d ocumenting melting ice caps and rising temperatures,schools are in-

creasingly teaching students about climate change, and the new guidelines, known as the Next Generation Sci-

ence Standards, have been adopted so far by 11 states

and the District of Columbia. They assert that human a ctivity ha s

a ff ected t h e

climate.

The principles behind the backlash

means a lot to them. To me, it's

to-eye with Emmitt," Richards

for as soldiers."

We have not had such an event

sus and want their children

The stars were bagged with a little piece of paper that

here before, so without hesita-

to hear it as theory rather than fact. What's more, some

just a fantastic opportunity for said. "He came in, looked us us to share something we fight in the eye, presented his plan.

reads, "I am part of an Amer-

tion we supported it." For the ceremony, Emmitt

ican flag that proudly flew in Oregon. I can no longer fly in

and Whitney are looking to

the sun and the wind. I have become tattered and torn but

burn 20 to 30 flags in a 50-gallon drum with wood, to ensure

pair a veteran with a Scout to

not forgotten. Please carry me proper retirement. "A lot of people don't know as a reminder that you are not forgotten." how American flags are propEmmitt said

t h e s t r ipes erly disposed of or that there's

from each flag will be "burned a need for it," Emmitt said. respectfully in a s e parate "It's a dying thing, and we don't want them to throw their ceremony." The flag-burning ceremony flags away. We want them to will take place on Flag Day know the respectful way of at Vince Genna Stadium in disposal." Bend. Jim Richards, owner of the Bend Elks, said the sta-

— Reporter: 541-633-2117, mwarner@bendbulletin.com

Air bags

helped design the first GM air bags and is now president of

Continued fromA1 A technology that's saved

the Automotive Safety Coun-

thousands of l ives has be-

cil, an industry group. Automakers added more

come a preoccupation for air bags to protect passengers carmakers and regulators when a vehicle is hit from the ever since General Motors ac-

side and then modified them

knowledged air bags failed to to inflate longer so people deploy in accidents linked to are less likely to be ejected in 13 deaths. While a defective

a rollover. Some bags shoot

ignition switch was responsi- up from the console between bleinthose cases,software is front seats to protect drivers often the culprit, a byproduct and passengers when cars of cars' growing complexity. are T-boned from the oppoSome models now feature 11 site side. Ford has even added computer-controlled air bags air bags in the seat belts to that protect everything from prevent chest injuries during the head to knees and must an accident. deploy at exactly the right In th e m i l l i seconds folmoment. lowing an accident, multi" The m o r e situations ple sensors determine if the you're trying to cover, the crash is coming from the more complex your algo- front, back, side or is the rerithms get, and the harder it sult of a rollover. The results is to know that it's going to

are communicated to a com-

do the right thing," said David Zuby, chief research of-

puter controller, which in turn activates the air bags.

ficer for the Insurance Insti-

Sensors located on the front

tute for Highway Safety. "It's

bumper, inside the car, on

hard to test everything, and the real world is a lot more

the doors or elsewhere measure the force. Another one tries to determine whether

complicated than the test laboratory." While the National Highway Traffic Safety Admin-

the vehicle is tipping. Ironically, the technology's growing complexity re-

istration has been studying flects in part an A m erican air-bag non-deployment for hostility toward regulation. at least a decade, the top U.S. Because some drivers can't auto regulator is under in -

be counted on to wear seat

creasing pressure from safety advocates to better understand a technology that gets more complicated with each new wave of models.

belts, air bags need to includemeasures to keep folks safe if they don't buckle up. Early on, air bags gained a reputation for occasionLast month, the Center for ally killing the people they Auto Safety asked NHTSA were designed to protect. to investigate reports that a From 1990 through the earsoftware fault can m i sread ly 2000s, about 300 people, a passenger's weight and mostly small adults and chilrender air bags inoperative dren, died when air bags dein 2003-10 Chevrolet Impa- ployed with excessive force. las. At least 143 people have That number was reduced died in frontal crashes when to zero by 2008 as more soan Impala's air bag didn't de- phisticated air bag controls ploy, said Donald Friedman, were introduced, according a safety consultant, who cited data collected from NHTSA's

fatal-crash database. Other automakers may be using the same technology, Friedman sard. GM said it was cooperating with the regulator and would

take action if needed. Despite its flaws, the air

bag is widely considered a successful technology, having savedan estimated 37,000

lives from 1986 through 2012, according to NHTSA. In most cases, the technology works as advertised, said Dan Edmunds, an auto engineer at Edmunds.com, which helps drivers assess models. While not mandated for all light vehicles until 1999, front

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First graders in Yoder, Wyo., listen as science teacher Roger Spears teaches a combined elementary

Many here and elsewhere end high school class on the physics of weather earlier this month at Southeast Elementary and consider that liberal dogma High School. Wyoming, which hasbeenenriched by the sale of its natural resources, was the first rather than scientific consen-

state to reject new national science standards for schools on teaching about climate change.

"Are you enough of an inde- cane country, science teachers pendent, anti-government per- have been developing curricuson?" He added that the role of lum around the standards for such teaching is a threat to the state's economic engine. tail end of the state's legis- humans in climate change is the past three years. The standards "handle lative session, lawmakers only a small part of the science Roger Spears, science facilglobal warming as settled passed a footnote to the bien- standards. itator for the school district, science," state Rep. Matt Tee- nial budget, prohibiting any Even educators who iden- said he liked the guidelines beters, a Republican from Lin- public spending to imple- tify themselves as conserva- cause they promoted scientific tive said they saw no problem inquiry and allowed flexibility gle, told the Casper Star-Tri- ment the new standards. bune. "There's all kind of soAnd last month, the State with the standards. Walter at the local leveL "We're not trying to be concial implications involved in Department of Education Hushbeck, a high school scithat that I don't think would ordered the committee of ence teacher in Cheyenne troversial about it," Spears be good for Wyoming." scienceeducators to come up who served on the standards said. "The majority of us will Although oil companies with a new set of standards. review committee, said that present evidence. That's what like Exxon an d C h evron Micheli, the chairman and critics of the standards were t he scientific method is a l l "bullies." have publicly supported the a cattle rancher from Fort about." Next Generation standards, Bridger, said he was conN onetheless, Gov . M a t t On a r ecent morning at Teeters told the Star-Tribune cerned about any teaching Mead has made clear that he Southeast Elementary School that such teaching could on climate change that did is skeptical of national science in Yoder, a speck on the map wreck theeconomy of Wy- not consider "the cost-ben- standards for Wyoming. Cin- about 75 miles north of Cheyoming,the country's largest efit analysis in terms of the dy Hill, the state's superinten- enne, Spears, wearing his sigenergy exporter. Teeters, expenditure of the effort to dent of education who is run- nature tie-dye lab coat, used who declined requests to bring under control global ning against Mead in the Au- an electrostatic generator to elaborate, was joined in his warming." gust Republican primary with make a student's hair stand on objections by Ron MicheTea Party support, declined to end and showed how a bicycle li, chairman of t h e S t ate What's happening comment. pump couldmake a puddle of Department of E d ucation, elsewhere Supporters of the standards water and some smoke bloom who called the standards In other states, the debate a re incensed by w hat h a s into an instant cloud inside a " very prejudiced, in m y is also intense. Last fall, the happened. 5-gallon glass jug. "Political realities should opinion, against fossil fuel Legislature in Kentucky votWith so many jobs in the development." ed to reject the new science not wag the dog of science," state dependent on science T he c o n troversy o v e r guidelines, but Gov. Steven said MargueriteHerman, a and technology, Spears said, it climate science — and the Beshear overruled the Legis- lobbyist for the American was important that Wyoming question of whether other lature and put the standards League of Women Voters in students got the best science states will reject the stan- in place with an executive Wyoming and a member of curriculum. "Do you want our kids, or dards — is in many ways order. In S outh C arolina, Wyoming for Science Educaa replay of fights over the state-specific gu i d elines tion, a group of parents and do you want other people to teaching of evolution. Oppo- with w atered-down r efer- educators. 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Fatal car crash west of Slsters A Sundayafternoon crash west of Sisters left one person deadand closed lanes ineachdirection of U.S.Highway 20 for several hours. According to Oregon State Police, the driver of a Ford Focusheading west toward Salem lost control on the wet road at around12:35 p.m., and hit a guardrail before crossing into the eastbound lane, striking a Honda Accord. The Accord was also struck byan SUV. The Accord's driver was pronounced dead at the scene,according to OSP. Other occupants in the three vehicles were injured, and at least one passenger was critically injured. The injured were sent by Air Life andambulance to St. Charles Bend. Names of the deceased and theothers involved were withheld until next of kin could be notified.

One lane in each direction was opento traffic by around 3 p.m. Sunday. — Bulletin staff report

EVENT CALENDAR TODAY CENTRALOREGON SYMPHONY SPRING CONCERT: The symphony combines forces with the Central Oregon Mastersingers to present Clyde Thompson's "We Have Spoken"; free, donations accepted, but tickets are required; 7:30-9:30 p.m.; BendHigh School, 230 N.E.Sixth St.; 541-317-3941, info© cosymphony.com or www. cosymphony.com. DEATH BY PIRATES: The Spokane bandperforms, with Wichita and Japanese Game Show; $5; 9 p.m., doors open 8 p.m.; Volcanic Theatre Pub,70 S.W. Century Drive, Bend; 541-323-1881. TUESDAY

COLD RIVER CITY: The Colorado bandperforms, with Santa Barbara's Rainbow Girls; $5; 9 p.m., doors open 8p.m.; Volcanic Theatre Pub,70 S.W. Century Drive, Bend; 541-323-1881. WEDNESDAY SEEINGTHE POSSIBILITIESWITH RACHELSCDORIS: Rachel Scdoris, of Bend, shares her stories of being a legally blind sled dog racer in hopesof inspiring others in their personal challenges, registration required; $25 for ConnectW members, $40 for non-members; 5-8 p.m.; St. Charles Bend, 2500 N.E. Neff Road; 541-848-8598 or www. connectw.org. JASON FREIBOTH KIDS' FISHINGCLINIC: Volunteers and donated equipment to help families and kids learn about fishing, parent/ adult must participate with the child, ages 5-11; $4 for in-district, $5 out-of-district; 6:158 p.m.; Shevlin Park, 18920 Shevlin Park Road, Bend; 389-7275 or www. bendparksandrec.orgl. 2014 BENDBICYCLE FILM FESTIVAL: Featuring local short films about Central Oregon cycling culture; $10 plus fees in advance, $15 at the door; 7 p.m., doors open at 6 p.m.; Tower Theatre, 835 N.W. Wall St.; 541-317-0700 or www. towertheatre.orgl. MAJOR POWERS 8t THE LO-FI SYMPHONY: The Oakland, Calif., rock band performs; free; 7 p.m.; McMenamins Old St. Francis School, 700 N.W. Bond St., Bend; 541-382-5174 orwww. mcmenamins.com. LISA DOLLANDTHE ROCK 'N' ROLLROMANCE:The Baltimore bandperforms, with The Kronk Men;$5; 9 p.m., doors open 8p.m.; Volcanic Theatre Pub,70 S.W. Century Drive, Bend; 541-323-1881. THURSDAY No EventsListed.

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• Blue-ribbon event entertains breeders and onlookersalike By Elon Glucklich The Bulletin

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PRINEVILLE — Bethany Johanson wasn't sure just what to make of Hazel.

local drop site before 8 p.m. Tuesday.The date for mailing your ballot for guaranteed arrival has passed, and postmarks do not count.

The 7-year-old Bend resident leaned in as Hazel, a

white, half-Argentine Llama, gave Bethany and her sisters each a kiss on Sunday. "It's soft," Kristina Johanson, Bethany's twin sister, said. "Its neck is long, but not

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Betty Moe, president of the

Central Oregon Llama Association. And spread around them were trailers packed

with dozens of llamas, part of the association's annual

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days of competitions, raffles, food and fun.

commission is expected to meet at10 a.m.

Moe said the event's aim is to bring llama trainers and

at1300 N.W. Wall St.,

breedersfrom acrosstheWest under one roof, and give the publicachance tolearn more about the creatures. The competitions ranged from llama obstacle courses to a seriesofaw ardsforthem ost well-kept and best-groomed animals. Judges appointed by the association graded each of the llamas on a number of

criteria, and handed out first-, second- and third-place ribbons to the best of the best.

A private llama sale was held Saturday, and owners dropped off large bags of their llamas' fleece to be judged. Even at l-year-old, many of

Photos by Joe Kline i The Bulletin

Terri Holm of Bend prepares to show Moki in the extreme heavy wool yearling division during the Black and Blue Llama Show on Sunday at the Crook County Fairgrounds in Prineville.

to discuss a grant for additional staff to conduct youth outreach and prevent suicides. The grant would provide $60,000 a year to the county. At a1:30 p.m. work session, commissioners are expected to discuss a request by Bend Municipal Airport to waive $5,000 in fees it would owe for a zoning change. TUESDAY

Bend Park 8 Recreation DistrictThe board is tentatively scheduled to meet in an executive session at 12:30 p.m. at 799 S.W. Columbia St., in Bend, after the board's May 6 and May 20 regular meetings were canceled. The executive session, which is not open to the public, is expected to include discussions of real property transactions.

the llamas are 5 feet or taller.

"I didn't realize how well-behaved llamas were," Colby Galanos, 21, said, notingthat

several llamas seemed to be minding their own business around the Crook County Fairgrounds' indoor arena as others competed.

Galanos and girlfriend Kristen Healy were in town

from Camas, Wash., visiting a friend and Redmond-area llama rancher, who entered a 2-year-old Western Argentine

named Candyin competitions on Sunday. "People don't usually think of llamas and alpacas as animals you raise to breed or

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compete," Healy said. "But

they're kind of majestic, in their own way." — Reporter: 541-617-7820, eglucitlich@bendbulletin.com

Tabithn Johnnson, 4, of Bend, touches some Ilama fleece on display during the Black and Blue Llama Show, put on by the Central Oregon Llama Association.

commissioners are expected to meet at 6 p.m. at 320 N.E. Court St., in Prineville, to hold a public hearing over proposed county library fee changes.

Bend City Council

The Bulletin winsNorthwest journalismawards Bulletin staff report The Bulletin has received top honors in the Society

of Professional Journalists' Northwest Excellence in Jour-

The contest includes newspapers from around the North-

west, induding Oregon, Washington, Montana and Alaska. In addition to being named

nalism awards. For its work during 2013,

top newspaper among those in its circulation category,

The Bulletin earned first place

Bulletin reporters received a

ingeneralexcellence among variety of other awards. newspapers with circulations Markian Hawryluk was ranging from 25,001 to 65,000. awarded first- and sec-

FRIDAY FUN FRIDAYS: Featuring a petting zoo, hay rides and other kids events; $5; 10a.m.-4p.m.; DD Ranch, 3836 N.E.Smith Rock Way,Terrebonne; 541-548-1432, duggan© ddranch.net or www. ddranch.net. THE NATIONAL: The indie-rock band performs, with TuneYards; $39 plus fees;

6 p.m., doors open at 5 p.m.; Les Schwab Amphitheater, 344 S.W. Shevlin Hixon Drive, Bend; 541-322-9383 or www.bendconcerts.com. "SNIP ANDSNAP": Volcanic Theatre Pub and the BendSpay and Neuter Project present a screening of the documentary film "One Nation UnderDog: Stories of Fear, Lossand

Betrayal"; free; 7 p.m.; Volcanic Theatre Pub,70 S.W. Century Drive, Bend; 541-323-1881. C-SPANCITIESTOUR BENDSCREENING:Part of Deschutes County Historic Preservation Month, watch C-SPAN interviews of Central Oregonians aspart of American History TV; free; 7 p.m.; TowerTheatre, 835 N.W. Wall St.;

ond-place awards for his health reporting, for stories abouttherise ofgenericdrugs and one clinic's attempt to get

rid of drug reps. Elon Glucklich earned a first-place award in business

reporting for his story about the state's role in the foreclosure crisis. Sheila G. Miller took second

541-317-0700. "NEBRASKA":A screening of the 2013 film about a son and his father making a trip to Nebraskato claim a prize (R); free, refreshments available; 7:30 p.m.; Rodriguez Annex, Jefferson County Library, 134 S.E. ESt., Madras; 541-475-3351 or www. jcld.org. HILLSTOMP:The

place for her story about an in-

famous spy and bank robber who chose Central Oregon as his home after being released from prison. Dean Guernsey earned a second-place award for his photo essay about a moccasin maker, and photographer Joe Kline took third place for his

photo portfolio.

Portland blues duo performs; $8 in advance, Sf 0 at the door; 8 p.m.; The Belfry, 302 E. Main Ave., Sisters; 541-815-9122. THE BENDCOMEDY VARIETY SHOW: Hosted by Ryan Traughber, featuring music by Rand Berke and the Twol Thirds Trio and comedy by Juan Knutson, benefiting the Central

Oregon HumaneSociety; $15 in advance, $20 at the door; 8 p.m.; 2nd Street Theater, 220 N.E. Lafayette Ave.; 541-4190111, BendComedy© traughberproductions. com or www. bendcomedy.com. Contact:541-B83-0351, communitylife@bendbulletin.oom or "Submit an Event" online at www.bendbulletin.com. Entries must be submitted at least 10 days before publication.

— The city council is expected to meet at 7 p.m. at 710 N.W.Wall St., to discuss changes to its contract with tourism promotion agency Visit Bend, and to hold a public hearing over proposed changes to some of the city's sewer fees.

Mirror PondAdHoc Committee — The committee is expected to meet from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. at 799 S.W. Columbia St., in Bend, to discuss the Mirror Pond dam inspection report. The committee will also hold an executive session on real property transactions. contact:54t-a83-0354, news©bendbullethn.com. In emails, please write "Civic Calendar" in the subject line. Include a contact name and number. Submissions may be edited. Deadline for Monday publication is noon Thursday.


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lumbia and another in Idaho.

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But poaching has the potential to give the burgeoning industry some serious heartburn. The indiscriminate tactics

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It's ideal truffle habitat, and

the women have had good luck here before. But they won't find

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much today. Truffle poachers have caused problems for landowners throughThepoachers havebeenhere out the Oregon Coast Range. They churn up the soil, leaving root ahead of them. Responsible truffle hunters,

systems exposed and harming trees while leaving litter behind. spores in their excrement.

T~ Soc i ety and the leader "Squirrels especially prefer of this expedition, get permis- truffles to any other kind of sion to go onto private property, food," said Jim Trappe, who dig carefully to minimize their began studying truffles as a impact on the land, and take postgraduate forestry student onlyfully developed edibles. in the 1950s and is now one of The poachers, sometimes or- the leading experts in the field. ganized into crews, use heavy "The whole system has evolved landscape rakes to scrape away over millions of years." the fir needles and topsoil beTrappe, now semiretired neath the trees. They dig up from his job as principal myeverything they find, ripe or cologist for th e U .S. Forest not, decimating truffle beds Service's Pacific Northwest and leaving sensitive roots ex- Research Station, co-founded

Luoma said. "It benefits not just the rural

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Indeed, truffle hunting is becoming a popular activity in Oregon, which is home to hundreds of species, including at least four edible varieties. While they have little flavor of

Society in 1978 to help increase their own, the best ones have the body of knowledge about a distinctive aroma that can thesesubterranean organisms. impart a touch of class to a variHe still acts as a scientific ad- ety of dishes. Some aficionados viser to the group, which is will grate them over scrambled headquartered in Corvallis. eggs or pasta,w hile otherspreRoughly 300 North Ameri- fer to use truffle-infused oil or can truffle species have been butter as a condiment. identified to date, Trappe said, Though not as spendy as but he estimates there are per- their European cousins — the haps three times that number world-renowned Italian white that remain undiscovered and truffles can be worth up to unnamed. $2,000 a pound, with the black That may be one reason why Perigords ofFrance notfarbethe role played by truffles in hind — culinary-grade Oregon forestecosystems, as well as truffles are in demand from their importance in fostering high-end restaurants and gourtree growth, remains poorly met groceries. The very best understood by mostpeople. can bring in $400 a pound or "They're underappreciated, more. like many things that are unThose prices have been on known and underground," said the rise, in part because of the Trappe's colleague Dan Luo- efforts of people like Charles ma, another truffle expert who LeFevre, a n OSU - t rained teaches in the Department of mycologist turned t r uffle Forest Ecosystems and Society promoter. at Oregon State University. A past president of the North Thousands of truffle sam- American Trufflmg Society, ples, tucked away in waxed-pa- LeFevre launched the annuper envelopes stored in large al Oregon Truffle Festival in plastic totes, await identifica- 2006 and helped introduce truftion in Luoma's lab, where he fle-sniffing dogs to the state. cuts the samples into sections He also owns New World and examines their internal Truffieres, a Eugene compastructures under a microscope. ny that sells oak, hazelnut and Both OSU and the research other tree seedlings inoculated station continue to do truffle with truffle-producing fungi. research, and one study has Truffle cultivation is just beginturned up a high correlation ning to catch on in this part of between Douglas fir trees and the world, he said, but it has a truffle-producing mycorrhi- promising toehold in the Pacifzal fungi — a finding Luoma ic Northwest, where growing thinks has significant econom- conditions are excellent. ic implications. Three orchards have been "Small woodland owners, I established so far in Oregon,

ers are just leaving it thereit's horrible."

Notesfromunderground Truffles are the product of a

strange and widely misunderstood relationship between a fungus and a tree. Through the process of photosynthesis ,treesarevery good at using sunlight to produce sugars to fuel new growth. Certain types of underground fungi take advantage of this fact by sending out filaments that intertwine with tree roots to form special structures called

mycorrhizae. The mycorrhizae tap some of thetree's sugars to feed the

fungus, which returns the favor in a symbiotic exchange that makes it easier for the tree

to absorb water and minerals from the soil. Truffles are the fruiting bod-

iesof these fungal organisms, the spore-bearing growths that carry the seed of the next generation. Butbecause they develop entirely beneath the surface,

they've developed an unusual reproductive strategy. When ripe, they emit scents that make them attractive to

animals, which dig them up and eat them, scattering the

The (Eugene) Register-Guard

EUGENE — This summer, the Lane County Adult Drug Court will become the first

drug court in Oregon to provide Vivitrol — a drug injected just once a month that can help opiate addicts overcome drug dependence. The drug works by helping to reduce the craving for opiates, such as heroin, and can

prevent individuals who do use opiates from feeling their euphoric effects.

local drug court. "For opiate ad- a daily basis to treat opiate addicts, that is the biggest draw." diction, such as Methadone and The new treatment will be available starting sometime

Suboxone.

"(Every) morning, you would this summer to eligible individ- have to make the decision to uals in the drug court and Lane say no to the opiate (and) say County Veterans Treatment yes to the medication," said Court — roughly 115 people in Carrie Carver, a sergeant with all — and will be paid for by a the Lane County Sheriffs Of$38,000 grant that the county fice. "That's a very hard decihas recei ved from the Oregon sion to make." Community Foundation. Additionally, unlike SuboxCurrently, 43 percent of lo- one and methadone, Vivitrol is cal drug court participants use not a narcotic. "There's always a lot of conopiates, according to county statistics. cern about people substituting Court officials say they are one addictivesubstance for an-

"That's the one concrete report that they continue to hear excited to test the efficacy of other," Carver said. "Vivitrol is — that it takes away the crav- Vivitrol, which may hold some not pleasure-producing, it's not ings for the addiction," said promising advantages over addictive and it's not associated Bonnie McIrvin, director of the

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churned up and garbage has been scattered. "When you're doing raking, puttingthe duffback around the tree is very important,"

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think, in particular have an op- cause infections and diseasportunity to have an additional es," said Jim James, executive source of income off their land director of the Oregon Small while their trees are growing," Woodlands Association.

posed, which can kill the trees. this site, the earth has been

heavy-handed diggingmethods can leave lasting scars on the landscape and cause significanteconomic lossesforproperty owners. "Without a dog, you've got no idea if you're going to find

All sites open todayandTuesday. • Crook County Clerk's Office, 300 N.E. Third St., Room 23, Prineville; 8 a.m.-5 p.m.; openuntil 8 p.m. Election Day • Crook County Courthouse Drive-up, 300 N.E. Third St., rear entrance, Prineville; 24 hours; openuntil 8 p.m. Election Day • Powell Butte Elementary School,13650S.W. Highway126, Powell Butte; open during school hours; open until 8 p.m. Election Day • Crook County Library, 175 N.W. Meadow Lakes Drive, Prineville; open during library hours; open until 8 p.m. Election Day • Post General Store, 28550 S.E.Paulina Highway, Post; open during store hours; open until 8 p.m. Election Day • Crook County Treasurer's Office, 200 N.E. Second St., Suite100, Prineville; open during office hours; open until 8 p.m. Election Day

with their rakes and dig up the ground around the fir trees and

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The one thing to take away from TV networks' recent onslaught of newpilots'? Don't take

you probably won't recognize in these promos as unstable Michael Ginsberg from "Mad Men," have sparks coming out of their ears.

Oscar-winning actor Tervence

Howard, who stars as the patriarch of a music empire trying to find an heir. Oh, and Timbaland isthemusic supervisor.

'How to Get Away with Murder'

any of it too seriously. At this point, pilots can still be re-shot,

'Galavant' ABC, midseason

slots, wiped from the Earth forever, etc. And if they do make it,

This is a one-hour fairytale musical that's being described ducer Shonda Rhimes' busy as "Spamalot"meets "The production company Shonda- Princess Bride." How could we

mostnew shows won't see asec-

land, the suspenseful thriller

ondseason, somanyof thesparklingnewpilots hyped at the re-

is a must-see for its leading lady: Viola Davis, right, an Os-

10 p.m. Thursdays, ABC The newest show from pro-

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Martin Short, left, and John Mulaney will be in Fox's nMulaney."

in New York City will be canceledby this time next year. But we're going to get excited about like it'll be its own great thing. some of these shows anyway, because a handful show real 'Selfie' promise. And hey, someone's 8 p.m.Tuesdays, ABC got to start beating the drum OK, hear me out. Yes, the now for the not-as-awful-as-it- name is awful. But "Selfie," sounds ABC comedy "Selfie." from "Suburgatory" creator Here arethetop 102014-15pilots Emily Kapnek, is more of a we're most looking forward to self-aware satire than you'd (days andtimescould change). think, a take-down of our vapid, self-obsessed social media 'Mulaney' culture in the same way Kapnek's other show made fun of 9:30 p.m.Sundays, Fox People are calling this the a rich, cookie-cutter communew "Seinfeld," a comparison nity. The charming appeal of that needs to stop immediately. leads Karen Gillan (as a disThat's too much pressure to put graced social media guru) and on John Mulaney, a hilarious especially John Cho (as the standup and former SNL writ- guy who sets out to revamp er (he helped bring Stefon into her image) goes a long way the world!) who's heading up toward making this palatable this sitcom that NBC previous- and funny. ly passed on. It looks like Mulaney is working his standup 'Gracepoint' into the show, hence the "Sein- 9 p.m.Thursdays, Fox feld" comparisons, plus Martin This is a remake of BBC Short plays his boss. Sounds America's critically lauded

not want to see this?

'AmericanCrime'

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who finally gets to sink her teeth into a meaty starring drama "Broadchurch," and from the looks of the trailer, it

follows the story and look of that show almost exactlyBritish actor David Tennant

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who, along with her students,

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'Battle Creek' CBS, midseason

reason we're excited: It's Anna Gunn's first lead role since her time as Walter White's tortured

which means it'll likely be little

spouse on "Breaking Bad."

'A to Z' 9:30 p.m. Thursdays, NBC Like all romantic comedies, this one that tells the story of

two people's entire relationship will succeed or fail based on

filled with dread, uncertainty

and some gveat acting fmm This is a cop show on CBS, leads Felicity Huffman and Timothy Hutton — in thebest way.

morethan aroteprocedural. But it's also Breaking Bad cveator 'Last Man on Earth' Vince Gilligan's first TV project Fox, midseason since his epic AMC drama endWe just want to see if this edlastyear. Needwesaymove? show can pull off its extremely audacious premise: Will Forte

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stars as the last person on the

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the chemistry of its two leads. Lucky for everyone, they're assuredness some shows nevplayed by Cristin Milioti and er achieve. It's no wonder why: Ben Feldman, two of the most Thiship-hop drarmhas a stmng charming people on the plan- pedigvee in executive pmthcet. Milioti, who shined as the er Lee Daniels ("Pvecious," Mother on "How I Met Your 'The Butler"), writer Danny Mother,"and Feldman, who Stmng ("Game Change") and

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thing — or someone — up their sleeves, right?

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Dear Abby:I have been working hard to advance in my health care career so I can give my family a decent life. I have worked my way up from poverty, paying my own way, earning my degree through the military and sheer determination.

I have reached a point where I would like to enjoy life a little more, but my

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husband thinks I am being "materialistic." We fight often over my wardrobe spending. I believe the clothes I wear, most-

professional image? Could he be er? With your years of experience, I jealous on some level? In what kind hope you can steer me in the right of environment was he raised? dlrechon. Was his m other's "uniform" a

housedress? Ifyou are earning good money and your family is being provided for, then you are certainly entitled to spend some of it on

yourself. And y ou s houldn't have t o apologize for it. Dear Abby: I am getting married in October, and my fiance, "Brad," and I are having trouble seeing eye-to-eye on the name change issue. Brad's family is originally from the North, and my family is from the South. He and his family are

ly nice skirt suits and heels, are part of my job and image. I believe it has helped me to get ahead. I don't buy overly expensive items, but they aren't cheap. I wear the things I buy for years and have a $200-a-month convinced that I should drop my budget for what I may need, even maiden name, keep my middle though I don't always spend it. name, and take his name as my I think I have earned the right to

HAPPY BIRTHDAYFOR MONDAY, more in touch with your feelings. You will be an effective communicator, and you'll also be more expressive when you feel upset or angry. If you are single, potential suitors might notice how you switch back and forth between being conservative and being quirky. You needio relate io someone who is not Starsshewthe kind judgmental. Come of day you'll have summertime, you ** * * * D ynamic could meet Mr. or Ms. Right. If you ~~+ Averagrte are attached, the ** So-so two of you are * Difficult more likely to take up a new hobby together. Your mutual interest will help you both open up more. AQUARIUScan be as stubborn as you are, butyour views are very different.

Dear Bride:It's YOUR name. So do what you are most comfortable doing, because it's the name you will have to carrytill the dayyou die (or divorce). Dear Abby:I am under a lot of stress, but the woman I am with doesn't know it. I am 17, and I have

been sleeping with my 38-year-old aunty.She' s ma rried and has three children. She's my mum's sister. We've slept together seven times

and we can't stop doing it. I think I'm in love with her.

I know this is wrong. I need advice. Please help. — Lovesick Teenin the UK.

Dear Lovesick:Being "in love" shouldn't cause stress; it should

relieve it. You know what you are new last name. doing is wrong, and YOU must be However, the women in MY fam- the adult and end this relationship. ily have always kept our maiden If you don't, it will bring heartache

shop a little, which will ultimately lead to bigger and better things for my family, so why does my hus- names, added their new husband's band make me feel so guilty? last name to theirs and dropped — Clothes Make the Woman their middle names. DearC.M.T.W.:Notknowingyour This is about the only thing Brad husband, it's difficult to say, but I'll and I can't seem to agree on. What throw out a few ideas. Could he be can Ido when my mother says one insecure or intimidated by your thing and my sweetie says anoth-

MAY 19, 2014:This yearyou will be

— Brad's Bride in South Carolina

andturmoil to you and the rest of the

family. By having an adulterous and incestuous affair with you — her nephew and a minor — your aunt is

behavinglike a sexualpredator. — Write to Dear Abby at dearabby.com or P.o. Box 69440, LosAngeles, CA90069

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NBA Playeffs, OklahomaCity at SauAutuuiu, 6 p.m. (TNT):Howthe West is won will be determined in the finals of what has been ariveting and grueling postseason in the Western Conference. Serge Ibaka is sidelined for the second-seeded Thunder andTonyParker is questionable for the top-seededSpurs, both with leg injuries. But both teamshaveplenty of star power left to survive this series and advance to the NBA Finals.

College sefthaH,Oregonvs. Minnesota, 7 p.m. (ESPN2): The top overall seedDuckswon their regional with easeand now host the GoldenGophers in a best-of-three SuperRegional series. Game 2 isset for noon Sunday.The winneradvances to the Women's CollegeWorld Series in OklahomaCity on May 29-June 3.

Running, HappyGirlsRuns,Bend:The fourth annual HappyGirls races include Happy Little Kids runs onSaturday starting at1:30 p.m. Sunday's races begin with a half marathon starting at 9 a.m., followed by a10K starting at 9:15anda 5K starting at 9:30, all starting and finishing at Riverbend Park. Online registration closes Friday; day-of-race registration is available at the racesite. More information: www.happygirlsrun.com.

Auto racing: Indianapolis 500, 9 a.m. (ABC);Coca-Cola 600, 3 p.m. (Fex):It can be grueling enough just to watch both of these iconic Memorial Day weekendraces on TVfrom the comfort of a couch. Soimagine the challenge Kurt Busch faces ashe attempts to becomejust the second driver ever to complete the1,100-mile same-day double, starting in Indianapolis and finishing in Charlotte, N.C.

MOTOR SPORTS

COLLEGE

CENTRAL OREGON GOLFCOURSETOUR

BASKETBALL

Reports: Beavers to hire Tinkle

The dasics Number ef holes:18 Status:Openyearround, weather permitting After Kurt Busch qualified for the Indianapolis 500

Location:1522 Cline Falls Road, Redmond Tee times:

Saturday, he hopped ona

541-923-4653

helicopter to race in the NASCAR Sprint AN-Star Race in Charlotte, N.C.

Course stats:Par 63, 4,175 yards Green fees:Through May 22 andOct. 13Nov. 9, $35 daily; May 23-Oct. 12, $44 daily; after Nov. 10, $25 daily. Off-peak rates: Through May 22and Oct. 13-Nov. 9: $19after 2 p.m. May23-0ct. 12: $29 after 3 p.m. Power cart:$17 Director ef gulf: Ron Buerger Director ef iustructieu:Tam Bronkey Course designers: John Thronson (1999) Extras:Real-grass 18-hole putting course, two driving ranges, multiple practice greens, clubhouse, restaurant, golf academy Iebsite:www. eagle-crest.com

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Double just

one step in Busch's reinvention

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By Dan Gelston The Associated Press

INDIANAPOLIS — Kurt

Joe Kline/The Bulletin

Ted Outcalt hits from just off the fourth fairway on the Eagle Crest Challenge Course in Redmond.

Busch commanded his driver to step on the gas

before the UPS truck sped away. Inside, he was hoping for a package from Italy holding the $2,495 firesuit • Dan he'll need for his latest Ca r penter — and wildwin s Indy est — racing 5 0 0 pole, B7 endeavor. Hetailed the truck, zipping around left- and right-hand corners like a road course race in

• The par-63 design in Redmond isno ordinary short course 2ACK

Breakingdown the course

HALL

a quiet development near

Editor's note: This is another installment in a seasonlong series

his Maryland home. They

in which Bulletin golf writer

cornered it, but the package wasn't there. Busch pursed

Zack Hall visits each public and

his lips in frustration. He'd have to wait.

On his days away from the track, Busch still can't escape a spirited race, even without a checkered flag on the line. But it's his urge to race, to win, that makes Busch believe — sometimes to his detriment — that he can take on any endeavor

in auto racing. Even The Double. On Memorial Day weekend, one of NASCAR's bad boys is trying to own the title ofbaddest man on the

trackbypulling off racing's version of an IronMan tri-

athlon. In a single day, he'll try to race in the Indianapolis 500 and the Coca-Cola 600, with a race or two

against the dock thrown in. SeeBuschIB7

A closer look at Eagle Crest Challenge. For more information on the items below, see Page B8.

semiprivate golf course in Central Oregon.

DIFFICULTY The course is more The Challenge Course's par-3 fifth hole sits behind a pond. challenging than its REDMOND4,175 yards might laying partner and I suggest. But its open "This is not an easy course." momentarily questioned In other words, from the course's design and fewwater our relatively good scores Yes, the Challenge is short. back tee, where a golfer will be hazards will help keep from the round that day as we Andyes, the 18-hole setup is only forced to hit longer irons into what novices in play. sat under a clear blue sky on the sparsely lined with juniper trees, on some holes are relatively small clubhouse patio at Eagle Crest and water hazards are few and far greens, Challenge's name is apt. STRATEGY "Even forbetterplayers, when Resort's Challenge Course. between. That all helps make the Challenge demands W ere the scoresaproductof par-63courseenjoyableforgolfers you get on those blue tees and play precision iron shots. actually playing well, or were they of every skill level. the Challenge, your score relative But its open design simply a matter of playing the But that does not make Chalto par is higher on the Challenge allows golfers to be 4,175-yard short course'? lenge Course's name a falsity. No, Course than it is on the two chamaggressive, which can My partner put the debate to not with the often mounded green pionship courses (at Eagle Crest pay big dividends on rest. complexes that can make a twoResort)," says Ron Buerger, the shorter par 4s. "Thepar3sarelegitandthere putt a chore if you find your ball on director of golf at the resort. are some tough par 4s," he said. the wrong side of a ridge. SeeChallenge/B8 VERDICT Its ability to entertain golfers of all skill levels makes Challenge one of the H ole 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Out 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 In Tot a l best-designed short Par 3 4 3 4 3 4 3 4 3 31 3 4 3 4 3 4 3 4 4 32 63 courses one canfind anywhere. Yards 171 318 188 399 145 308 132 307 163 2,131189 353 141 297 129 299 120 259 257 2,044 4,175

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POLE PEDAL PADDLE

Nothing mini about the Kid'sPPP By Beau Easius The Bulletin

The U.S. Bank Kid's Mini Pole Pedal Paddle is miniature in name

only. Designed for blossoming athletes from first through sixth grade, the Joe Kline/The Bulletin

Ryan Kahlie, 12, of team Spartans, dives through a section of the obstacle course in the Kid's Mini Pole Pedal Paddle on Sunday at the Les Schwab Amphitheater in Bend.

annual Kid's PPP on Sunday in Bend included rafting in the Deschutes Riv-

wise sprint of approximately 150 meters to the finish. "I liked the running," said Lani Gassner, 9, of team Footloose and Fancy Free. While all six members of each Kid's

PPP team participated in the raft leg — with a bit of help from professional raft guides who captained each boat-

er, a short but challenging cyclocross bike leg, an obstacle course with eight

only one athlete per squad tackled the bicycle course.

differentbarriers,and a counterclock-

See Kid's PPP/B6

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. :'• More coverage on The Bulletin s

website: beudbuHetm. cem/ppp

CORVALLIS — Media reports that surfaced Sunday evening sayOregon State hasmadea choice onitsnew men's basketball coach. The school is expected to meet today with Montana coachWayne Tinkle in hopes of reaching an agreement. Tinkle, 48, would replace Craig Robinson, who was fired earlier this month after six seasons. In eight seasons at Montana, Tinkle is 15891 overall and 97-39 in the Big Sky. TheGrizzlies have gone to the NCAA tournament three years during that stretch (2010, 2012, 2013) and won 21 or more games for four straight seasons. Freddie Owens,who just completed his first year as anOregon State assistant, was onTinkle's staff the previous fourseasons. If Tinkle is hired, he will take over aprogram depleted by departures. Oregon State athletic director Bob DeCarolis has apparently told the remaining players that he hopes to announce the hire today. — Corvallis Gazette-Times

TRACK & FIELD Ducks sweep Pac-12 titles PULLMAN, Wash.

— Oregon did what Oregon does at the Pac-12 Conference track and field championships. The Ducks swept both sides of the meet for the sixth year in a row, winning the men's title for the eighth consecutive season and the women's championship for the sixth straight year. The Oregon men piled up 163.25 points to win handily over runner-up Southern Cal (99) in the10team men's field. The Ducks were aided by last week's third-place finish in the decathlon by Mitch Modin, a freshman from Bend's Mountain View High School. On the women's side, Oregon registered176 points to hold off USC, which finished second in the12-team women's field with 145 points. Duck sophomore Jenna Prandini won the100 and 200 meters and the long jump andwas namedwomen'sathlete of the meet. Twelfthplace Oregon State finished with two points. — Bulletin staff report

HORSE RACING iiio Triple Crown for Chrome? If Kentucky Derbyand PreaknessStakeswinner California Chromeisn't allowed to wear anasal strip, the horsecould skip the Belmont,B4


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ON DECK Today Baseball: Kennedy atCulver,4:30 p.m. SoebalhKennedyat Culver,4;30p.mr Boysgolf: Class5Astate championshipsat Quail Valley GolCourse f in Banks, 7:30a.mcClass4Astate championshipat s Eagle Crest RidgeCourse,8a.m. Girls golf: Class5Astatechampionships atEmerald ValleyGolfandResort inCreswell, 7:30a.m.;Class 4A/3A/2A/1A statechampionshipsat Trysting Tree Golf Club in Corvallis, 7:30a.m.

IN THE BLEACHERS In the Bleachers O 2014 Steve Moore. Dist. by Universal Ucnck

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Tuesday Baseball: SistersatSummit, 4:30p.m. Boys golb Class5Astate championships at Quail ValleyGolfCoursein Banks, 7:30a.m.; Class4A state championships at EagleCrest Ridgeview Course,8a.m. Girls golf: Class5Astatechampionships atEmerald ValleyGolfandResort inCreswell, 7:30a.m.;Class 4A/3A/2A/1Astatechampionships at TrystingTree Golf Clubin Corvagis,7:30a.m.

MO TOR SPORTS IndyCar

Wednesday Baseball :BendatLakeOswego,4:30p.mcRegisat Culver,4:30p.m. Soflbalh Regiat s Culver,4;30 prm, Boys lacrosse:Bend,Summit in OHSLAstateplayoffs, TBD Thursday Track and field: Class2Aand1Astate championships at Hayward Field 10am Boys tennis:Class5Astatechampionshipsat Tualatin HillsTennisCenter 11am.; Class4A/3A/2A/1A statechampionships atOregonState,5 p.m. Girls tennis: Class 5Astate championshipsat Portland TennisCenter, 11a.mc Class4A/3A/2A/1A statechampionships atOregonState,5 p.m.

SPORTS IN BRIEF SOFTBALL Ducks win regional, set to host Minnesota — Oregonis set to host Minnesota in the SuperRegional starting Saturday after the Ducks claimed asweep inthe Eugene Regional with a 6-0 victory overWisconsinonSunday.Thetop-seeded DuckstakeontheGolden Gophers in the first of the three-gameseries Saturday at 7 p.m. Game 2 will take place onSunday at 2 p.m., while Game3, if necessary, will be at 5 p.m.nextSunday.TheGoldenGopherswontheMinnesota Regional on Sundaywith an 8-6 victory over Auburn. Oregon outscored the opposition 24-2 in three wins over UtahValley (Fridayj and Wisconsin (Saturday andSunday), with its top three hitters combining to go17-of-32 for the weekend.

BASEBALL Wetzler returns from suspensionto lead Beavers —oregon State senior left-hander Ben Wetzler returned from a five-game suspension to blank Washington 3-0 on atwo-hitter on Sunday in Corvallis to move theBeavers to within one victory of a repeat Pac12 championship. Wetzler struck out nine, did not allow a runner past first base and picked off another in improving his record to 10-1 overall and 8-1 in the Pac-12.TheBeavers (22-5 Pac-12, 41-9 overall) now lead Washington (20-7, 38-13j by two gameswith three league games left in their bid to repeat asPac-12champions for the first time since 2006. Both teams finish the regular season this coming weekend; the Beavers head to Southern Calwhile the Huskies host defending national champion UCLA.The Beavers play a nonconferencecontestatOregononTuesdaynightandthengoto LosAngeles for a Friday-Sunday series that concludes the regular season.

Ducks down Bruins io 11 ihhlhgs —Nick catalano's RBI single in the11th inning broke a 4-all tie, and Oregon reliever Garrett Cleavenger struck out three batters in the bottom of the 11th to secure a 5-4 Pac-12Conference win for the Ducks over UCLA onSunday at Jackie Robinson Stadium in Los Angeles. Thewin was the fourth in a row overall for Oregon (17-10Pac-12, 40-16 overall) and completed a sweep of the three-game series against the reigning national champions (10-17, 23-29-1 j. TheDucks host Oregon State in a nonconference meeting Tuesday at 7 p.m. at PKPark in Eugene. Oregon concludes the regular season with a three-game Pac-12 home series against California starting Thursday night.

Friday Baseball: Santiam Christian atSisters, 4:30p.m. Track andfield: Class5A,4Astatechampionships at HaywardField, 9a.m.; Class2A,1Astatechampionships at Hayward Field, 2:30p.m. Boys tennis: Class 5A state championshipsat Tualatin Hills Tennis Center,9:30 a.m.; Class 4A/3A/2A/1A statechampionships atOregonState, Ba.m. Girls tennis: Class 5Astate championships at PortlandTennisCenter, 9:30a.mcClass4A/3A/2A/1A statechampionships atOregonState,8 a.m. Saturday Track andfield: Class5A,4Astatechampionships at HaywardField,9:30a.m. Boys tennis:Class5Astatechampionshipsat Tualatin HillsTennisCenter,9 a.mcClass4A/3A/2A/1A statechampionships atOregonState,8 a.m. Girls tennis:Class5Astatechampionshipsat Tualatin Hills TennisCenter,9 a.mcClass4A/3A/2A/1A statechampionships atOregonState,8 a.m.

PPP Pole PedalPaddle (Categoryomieedfromoriginal resultsfrom Saturday'srace) FEMALE IND13-15

1, SadieAnnGorman,Bend,2;46;43 2,MichaelaGorman,Bend,2:52:46

BASEBALL College Pac-12 Standings All TimesPDT

Oregon State Washington Oregon ArizonaState USC Washington State Stanford UCLA California Arizona Utah

Conference Overall 22-5 20-7 17-10 17-10 14-14 13-14 12-14 10-17 11-16 11-20 4-23

41-9 38-13 40-16 30-21 26-23 23-27 25-23 23-29 23-26 32-31 16-33

Sunday'sGames

Washington State10,Stanford1 Oregon 5, UCLA4(11innings) ArizonaState14, Utah6 Oregon State3, Washington 0 California 6, Arizona4

Today'sGames

Californiaat SanFrancisco, 2p.m. SeattleatWashington State, 3p.m. Paafic atStanford,5;30p.m.

Tuesday'sGames

CYCLING WigginS WinS Taur Of CalifOrnia — BradleyWiggins of Britain won the Tour of California on Sundayafter holding the lead for the final week. The2012 Tour de France winner finished in the pack in 20th place in the eighth and final stage captured by compatriot Mark Cavendish. This was Wiggins' first title since the seven-day Tour of Britain last September. Wiggins, who rides for Sky, defeated Australia's Rohan Dennis of Garmin-Sharp by 30 seconds in the 720-mile race that began May11 in Sacramento. American Lawson Craddock of Giant-Shimano was third overall, 1 minute, 48 seconds behind. Wiggins is a four-time Olympic track and road cycling gold medalist. It's not clear if the 34-year-old cyclist will ride in the Tour de France, which begins July 5. Wiggins moved into the lead after his dominating individual time trial in Stage 2. It was his first stage victory of the season.

Weening wins 9th stage of Giro, Evans inlead —Pieter Weening of the Netherlands edgedout Davide Malacarne to win the ninth stage of the Giro d'Italia on Sunday inSestola, Italy, while Cadel Evans retained the overall lead. Weening hadbeen part of a breakaway group andapologized to Malacarne as hesprinted past him at the end of the final climb of the 172-kilometer (107-milej leg from Lugo to Sestola.

TENNIS

USCatCalState Fulerton, 6p.m. AbileneChristianatArizonaState, 6:30p.m. OregonStateat Oregon, 7p.m. ThursdaylsGame Californiaat Oregon,7 p.m. Friday's Games StanfordatUtah,11a.m. Oregon Stateat USC,4p.m. AbileneChristianatArizona,6 p.m. ArizonaStateatWashington State, 7 p.m. UCLAatWashington,7p.m. Californiaat Oregon,7 p.m.

Saturday'sGames StanfordatUtah, 11a.m. Oregon Stateat USC,2p.m. ArizonaStateatWashington State,4 p.m. AbileneChristianatArizona,6 p.m. UCLAatWashington,7p.m. Californiaat Oregon,7 p.m. Sunday,May25 StanfordatUtah,11a.m. AbileneChristianatArizona, noon Arizona StateatWashington State, noon OregonStateat USC, noon UCLAatWashington,3p.m. End ofRegular Season Division BITournament At Appletonl Wis. Double-elimination All TimesPDT

Friday's Games St. Thoma s (Minn.) (37-7)vs. Linfield(37-7), 8a.m. BaldwinWallace(29-18)vs. Emory(34-11),11:15 am. SUNY-Cortland(35-8) vs.TBD,2:30 prm. SouthernMaine(35-13) vs.Wis.-Whitewater (40-7), 5;45 p.m.

HOCKEY

Djokovic, Serena take Italian Open titles —NovakDjokov-

NHL Playoffs

ic extended his recent dominanceover Rafael Nadal by rallying for a 4-6, 6-3, 6-3 victory Sunday to win the Italian Open inRomefor the third time — thendedicated the title to his flood-hit native Serbia. Having also beenbeaten in Monte Carlo and Barcelona recently, it marked the first time in adecadethat the top-ranked Nadal haslost more than two matches onclay in the sameyear. In the women's final, SerenaWilliams kept the crowd from being afactor in a 6-3, 6-0 victory over10th-seeded home favorite Sara Errani to win her third Rome title.

NATIONALHOCKEY LEAGUE All Times PDT

— From wire reports

CONFERE NCEFINALS

Sunday'sGame

Chicago 3, LosAngeles1, Chicagoleadsseries 1-0

Today'sGame NY Rangersat Montreal, 5 p.m., N.Y.Rangers lead series1-0 Wednesday'sGame LosAngelesatChicago,5p.m. Thursday'sGame MontrealatNYRangers, 5p.m.

Friday's Games Baylor(45-14)atGeorgia(49-13),11 a.m. Michiganat FloridaState, 1p.m. Nebra skaatAlabama,3p.m. Tennessee (45-10)at Oklahoma(48-10), 4p.m. Arizona(44-14)atLouisiana-Lafayette (47-8-1), 6p.m. Saturday'sGames Baylorat Georgia, 9a.m. Washington(36-13)atFlorida(48-11),10 a m. ArizonaatLouisiana-Lafayette, noon Tennessee at Oklahoma,2 p.m. Kentucky (47-16) atUCLA(51-6),5 p.m. Minnesota(45-9) atOregon(52-7-1), 7p.m. Sunday'sGames Washingtonat Florida, 9a.m. Kentuckyat UCLA, noon MinnesotaatOregon, 2p.m.

"My husband just sits there every weekend in his so-called man cave, watching his baseball."

BASKETBALL NBA Playoffs NATIONALBASKETBALL ASSOCIATION

All Times PDT CONFERENCE FINALS

(Besl-of-7; x-if necessary) Sunday'sGame Indiana107,Miami96, Indianaleadsseries1-0 Today'sGame Oklahoma City atSanAntonio, 6p.m. Tuesday'sGame Miami atIndiana,5:30p.m. Wednesday'sGame Oklahoma City atSanAntonio, 6p.m. Saturday'sGame Indiana atMiami, 5:30p.m. Sunday,May25 SanAntonioat OklahomaCity, 5:30 p.m. Monday,May26 IndianaatMiami, 5:30p.m. Tuesday,May27 SanAntonioat OklahomaCity, 6 p.m. Wednesday,May28 x-Miamiat Indiana,5:30p.m. Thursday,May29 x-Oklahoma City atSanAntonio, 6 p.m. Friday, May30 x-Indianaat Miami,5:30p.m. Saturday,May31 x-San AntonioatOklahomaCity, 5:30p.m. Sunday,June 1 x-Miamiat Indiana,5:30p.m. Monday,June2 x-Oklahoma City atSanAntonio, 6 p.m.

Indianapolis Bgg After Sundayqualifying; race Sunday,May25 At Indianapolis MotorSpeedway Indianapolis Lap length: 2.5miles All cars Dallara chassis 1.(20) Ed Carpenter, Chevy,2:35.7992, 231.067mph. 2.(27)JamesHinchcliff e,Honda,2:35.9528,230.839. 3. (12)Wil Power,Chevy,2:36.0488, 230.697. 4. (3) HelioCastroneves,Chevy,2:36.0812,230.649. 5. (77)SimonPagenaud, Honda,2:36.1049, 230.614. 6. (25)MarcoAndretti, Honda,2:36.1526,230.544. 7. (34)CarlosMunoz,Honda,2:36.4224, 230.146. 8. (67)JosefNewgarden, Honda,2:36.5946, 229.893. 9. (21) JR Hildebrand, Chevy,2:37.3938,228.726. 10. (2) Juan PabloMontoya,Chevy, 2:35.8396, 231.007. 11. (9)ScottDixon,Chevy, 2:35.8930, 230.928. 12.(26)KurtBusch,Honda,2:35.9913,230.782. 13. (98) Jack Hawksworth, Honda, 2:36.1779, 230.506. 14. (19)JustinWilson,Honda,2:36.3480, 230.256. 15. (7)Mikhail Aleshin,Honda,2:36.4881, 230.049. 16. (10)TonyKanaan, Chevy, 2:36.5750,229.922. 17. (11) SebastienBourdais, Chevy,2:36.6259, 229.847. 18. (16)OriolServia,Honda,2:36.6905,229.752. 19. (28) Ryan Hunter-Re ay, Honda, 2:36.7132, 229.719.

Muernbergeryersicherungscup Sunday Muremberg,Germany Purse: $25B,BBB (Intl). Surface: RedClay-Outdoor Singles First Round MonaBarthel,Germany,def. BelindaBencic, Switzerland, 7-6(4), 6-3. KurumiNara(6), Japan,def. MonicaNiculescu, Romania6-3, , 6-4. Anna-LenaFriedsam,Germany, def. Lisa-Maria Moser,Austria,3-6, 6-0,6-1. PolonaHercog,Slovenia, def. KlaraKoukalova(3), Czech Republic,1-6, 6-2,6-1.

20. (15)GrahamRahal, Honda, 2;36.7756, 229.628. 21. (18)CarlosHuertas, Honda,2:37.0328, 229.251. 22. (63)PippaMann, Honda, 2:37.0521,229.223. 23. (14)TakumaSato, Honda,2:37.0671, 229.201. 24. (68)AlexTagliani, Honda,2:37.1038,229.148. 25. (6)TownsendBel, Chevy, 2:37.1990,229.009. 26. (83)CharlieKimball, Chevy, 2:37.2376,228.953. 27. (5) Jacques Villeneuve,Honda, 2:37.2400,

DuesseldorfOpen Sunday AI Rochuscfub Duesseldorf, Germany Purse: $665,000(WT250) Surface: Clay-Outdoor Singles First Round AdrianMannarino, France, def.Marinko Matosevic, Australia,3-6r6-3, 6-4. Ivo Karlovic(7), Croatia,def.TobiasKamke, Germany, 3-6, 7-5,7-6(5).

33. (91)BuddyLazier, Chevy, 2:37.9501,227.920.

228.949.

28.(33)James Davison, Chevy,2:37.2977,228.865. 29. (41)MartinPlowman,Honda,2:37.3333, 228.814. 30. (8)RyanBriscoe,Chevy, 2:37.4028, 228.713. 31. (22)SageKaram,Chevy,2:37.5931, 228.436. 32. (17) SebastianSaave dra, Chevy, 2:37.8335, 228.088.

DEALS Transactions BASEBALL

AmericanLeague BALTIMOREORIOLES — Optioned RHP Evan Meek toNorfolk(IL).Agreedto termswith RHPHeath Bell on aminorleaguecontract. CHICAGOWHITESOX— Placed18JoseAbreu Nice Open on the 15-dayDL.Reinstated OFAdamEatonfrom Results Charlotte(IL). Sunday DETROIT TIGERS— Actiyated RHPAnibal SanAt The NiceLawnTennis Club chezfromthe15-day DLOptioned RH PJustin Miler Nice, France to Toledo (IL). Purse: $665,000(WT250) LOSANGELESANGELS— Sent38DavidFreese Surface: Clay-Outdoor to SalLake t (PCL)for arehabassignment. Singles MINNES OTA TWINS — Optioned RHPMichael First Round TonkintoRochester (IL). Federico Delbonis (7), Argentina, def. Mikhail NEW YORKYANKEES — Recalled RHP Jose Sunday'sSummary KukushkinKa , zakhstan, 7-5,6-3. RamirezfromScranton/Wilkes-Barre(IL) as26th Man. Edouard Roger-Vasselin (8), France,def.Aleiandro OAKLAND ATHLETICS— Sent1B Daric Barton Pacers107, Heat 96 Gonzalez, Colombia,6-3, 6-1. outright to Sacram ento (PCL). OptionedLHPJoe Savery toSacramento. ClaimedLHPJeff Francis off MIAMI (96) waiversfromCincinnati. TransferredINFJakeElmore SOCCER James11-182-225,Battier1-1 0-03, Bosh4-12 to the60-dayDL. 1-2 9, Chalmers 2-91-26, Wade12-182-327, R.AITAMPABAYRAYS— PlacedOFDesmondJenlen 4-82-212,Andersen6-72-214,Jones0-1 0-00, MLS nings on theberea vement list. Recalled OFKevin Cole 0-30-00,Haslem 0-10-20,Douglas0-00-00. Kiermaiefrom r Durham(IL). Agreedto termswith INF MAJORLEAGUESOCCER Totals 40-7810-15 96. Jayson Nixonaminorleaguecontract. All Times PDT INDIANA(107) TEXAS RANGERS—OptionedRHPMilesMikolas George7-13 7-8 24,West8-11 3-419, Hibbert t o Round Rock(PCL). Recaled OFDaniel Robertson EasternConference 5-139-1319,G.Hil 3-96-615,Stephenson8-120-0 Rock. W L T P l sGF GA to Round 17, Scola1-30 02, Butler010 00, Watson3 44 6 NewEngland 6 TORONTOBLUEJAYS— OptionedRHPNeilWag3 2 20 19 13 11, Mahinmi0-1 0-00, L.Agen0-00-0 0, Copeland S porting ner to Buffal o(IL). ReinstatedCDioner Navarrofrom KansasCiy 5 4 2 1 7 16 10 0-1 0-0 0,S.Hill 0-00-0 0, Sloan0-0 0-00. Totals the bereavm eentlist. Houston 5 5 2 17 16 19 35-68 29-37107. National League D.C. 4 3 3 1 5 14 12 Miami 24 21 25 26 — 96 CINCINN ATI REDS—Optioned0TuckerBarnhart NewYork 3 4 5 1 4 18 19 Indiana 30 25 28 24 — 107 Columbus to Louisville(IL). ReinstatedLHPTony Cingranifrom 3 4 4 1 3 13 14 TorontoFC 4 4 0 12 9 9 the15-dayDL. COLORADOROCKIES — Optioned 0 Michael Chicago 2 2 6 12 19 19 WNBA McKenry toColoradoSprings (PCL). Reinstated0 Philadelphia 2 6 5 11 15 20 WOMEN"S NATIONALBASKETBALL Montreal 1 5 4 7 8 18 Wilin Rosariofromthe 15-dayDL SentOFMichael ASSOCIATION Cuddyerto ColoradoSprings(PCL)for a rehabasWesternConference All TimesPDT W L T P l sGF GA signment. MIAMIMARLINS— Assigned RHPHenry RodriSeattle 8 3 1 2 5 23 19 All TimesEDT gueztoNewOrleans(PCL). RealSaltLake 6 0 5 23 23 13 EasternConference PHILADE LPHIAPHILLIES— Optioned RHPEthan FC Dallas 5 5 2 17 21 20 W L P c t G B Vancouver Martin toLehighValley (IL). 4 2 4 16 16 12 Atlanta 2 0 1 . 000 PRTSBURGHPIRATES— RecalledRHPBrandon Colorado 4 4 3 15 12 14 Chicago 2 0 1 . 000 CumptonfromIndianapolis (IL)as26thMan. SanJose 2 4 4 1 0 10 12 NewYork 1 1 .5 0 0 1 ChivasUSA 2 ST.LOUI S CARDINALS — OptionedRHPJorge 5 4 10 13 20 Washington 0 1 000 1tyt Rondon toMemphis(PCL). ReinstatedLHPJaime Portland 1 3 7 10 16 19 Connecticut 0 2 .0 0 0 2 Los Angele s 2 3 3 9 8 7 Garciafromthe15-day DL Indiana 0 2 .0 0 0 2 NOTE: Threepointsfor victory,onepointfor tie. WASHINGTONNATIONALS — Placed LHP Gio WesternConference Gonzal ezonthe15-dayDL RecalledRHPRyanMatW L Pct GB Sunday'sGame theusfromSyracuse(IL). SentRHPRoss Ohlendorf to Minnesota 2 0 1 . 000 Chicago 2, Sporting KansasCity 1 Syracuse (IL) for arehabassignment. Phoenix 2 0 1 . 000 Wednesday'sGames FOOTBAL L Los Angeles 1 1 .5 0 0 1 Houstonat D.C.United, 4p.m. National Football League SanAntonio 1 1 .5 0 0 1 FC Dallasat LosAngeles,7:30 p.m. ATLANTAFALCONS — Si gned CB Ricardo AlTulsa 0 1 .0 0 0 1t/t Friday's Game len andLBsPrinceShembo, Marquis Spruill, Yawin Seattle 0 2 .0 0 0 2 TorontoFCat Sporting KansasCity,5:30p.m. Smallwood andTylerStarr. Saturday'sGames CLEVELANDBROWNS — NamedAaron Glenn Sunday'sGames Portlandat NewYork,4 p.m. assistantdefensivebackscoach. Minnesota90,Connecticut 87,OT Seattle FC at Vancouver, 4p.m. GREENBAY PACKERS — Signed CB Demetri Phoenix74,LosAngeles69 Chicag oatColumbus,4:30p.m. Goodson. Today'sGames D.C. UnitedatNewEngland,4:30p.m. NEW ORLEANSSAINTS— SignedWR Brandin No games scheduled MontrealatColorado,6p.m. Cooks. FC Dallaat s RealSalt Lake,6:30 p.m. Sunday,May25 TENNIS Philadelphiaat LosAngeles,5 p.m. FISH COUNT Houstonat SanJose, 7:30p.m. Professional Upstream daily movem ent of adult chinook,jack Internazionali BNLd'Italia chinook, steelhead andwild steelheadat selected SOFTBALL Sunday ColumbiaRiver damslast updated onSaturday. At Foro Italico Chnk Jchnk Stlhd Wstlhd College Rome Bonneville 2,757 98 6 82 10 Purse: Men,S4.77million (Maslers1000); The Daffes 1,754 80 4 23 2 NCAATournament Women,$3.63million (Premier) John Day 1,904 74 0 14 0 All TimesPOT McNary 2,392 1,059 19 0 Surface:Clay-Outdoor Singles Regionals Upstreamyear-to-date movement of adult chiMen EugeneRegional nook, jack chinook,steelheadandwild steelhead Championship Sunday'sGame at selectedColumbiaRiver damslast updatedon NovakDlokovic(2), Serbia,def. Rafael Nadal (1), Oregon 6,Wisconsin0,Oregonadvances Saturday. Spain,4-6,6-3,6-3. SuperRegionals Chnk Jchnk Stlhd Wstlhd Women (Best-of-three) Bonneville 160,953 18,826 4,687 1,275 Championship Thursday'sGames T he Daffes 116,812 12,570 617 17 9 SerenaWiliams (1), UnitedStates, def. SaraErrani Michigan (46-13)atFloridaState(53-6),4 p.m. John Day 98,885 11,412 2,924 1,111 Nebraska (44-16) at Alabama(48-11), 6p.m. McNary 81,587 7,648 6 7 3 334 (10), Italy,6-3,6-0.

NHL PLAYOFFS

Blackhawksbeat Kingsto take Game1 of Western Conferencefinal "He does a good job of never getConference final. "Confidence has always been ting too high or too low because toCHICAGO — Corey Crawford is there," Crawford said. "Really the morrow's another day, a teammate playing so well right now that noth- first thing is being prepared, having Brandon Saad said. aHe did a great ing seems to bother him. When the that preparation to try and have my job tonight." Chicago Blackhawks had a goal game at the highest level it can be Saad had a goal and an assist for waved off in the second period Sun- each time I get out there." defending Stanley Cup champion day, Crawford picked Up the slack for He is on quite a roll right now, al- Chicago, which remained perfect in his disappointed teammates. lowing only one goal in each of the seven home playoff games this year. Crawford made 25 saves, Jonathan pastthree games. The 29-year-old Duncan Keith had a t i e breaking Toews had a big goal in the third and Crawford leads the NHL with a 1.90 score in the third period. the Blackhawks beat the Los Angeles goals-against average and a.933 save Game 2 of the best-of-seven series Kings 3-1 in Game 1 of the Western percentage in the playoffs. is Wednesday night. By Jay Cohen

The Associated Press

playing just two days after a Game able to see everything," Kings center 7 victory over Anaheim, the Kings Anze Kopitar said. got asecond-period score from Tyler With the Blackhawks clinging to a Toffoli and outshot the Blackhawks

26-20 in the opener of a rematch from last year's Western Conference final.

2-1 lead in the third, Toews, Marian

Hossa and Johnny Oduya got loose on a 3-on-1 break. Toews one-timed But Crawford made a couple of solid Oduya's pass right by Jonathan stops in another terrificperformance. Quick for his sixth playoff goal at "I think we can do a better job of 16:10. getting in front of the net and make Quick made 17 saves after he it harder on their goalie because we played a key role in Los Angeles' had some pretty good shots, but no- rally from a 3-2 deficit in the series body was hanging around, so he was against the Ducks.


MONDAY, MAY 19,2014 • THE BULLETIN B3

OR LEAGUE BASEBALL catandings

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ROCK SOLID

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NewYork Baltimore Toronto Boston

Tampa Bay

Detroit Kansas City Minnesota Chicago Cleveland

East Division W L

23 20 22 20 23 22 20 23 19 26

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W L 28 16 24 19 21 22 21 23 16 28

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Sunday'sGames Oakland13, Cleveland3 N.Y.Yankees4, Pittsburgh 3, 1stgame Kansas City8, Baltimore6 Housto n8,ChicagoWhiteSox2 Seattle 6,Minnesota2 Texas 6, Toronto2 L.A. Angel6, s Tampa Bay2 Pitt sburgh5,N.Y.Yankees3,2ndgame Detroit 6,Boston2 Today'sGam es Detroit (Smyl2-2) y at Cleveland(Kluber4-3), 4:05 p.m. ChicagoWhite Sox(Carroll1-3) at KansasCity (Vargas4-1),5:10p.m. Houston(Keuchel4-2) at L.A.Angels (Richards4-0), 7:05 p.m. Tuesday'sGames Baltimore at Pittsburgh,4:05p.m. Detroit atCleveland,4:05 p.m. Oaklan datTampaBay,4:10p.m. TorontoatBoston, 4:10p.m. N.Y.Yankeesat ChicagoCubs,5:05p.m. SeattleatTexas,5:05 p.m. Chicago WhiteSoxat Kansas City, 5:10p.m. Houstonat LA.Angels, 7:05p.m. MinnesotaatSanDiego,7:10p.m.

Atlanta Washington

NATIONALLEAGUE East Division W L 23 23 23 20 19

Miami NewYork Philadelphia Milwaukee St. Louis Cincinnati Pittsburgh Chicago SanFrancisco Colorado Los Angeles SanDiego Arizona

19 20 22 23 22

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Sunday'sGames

N.Y.Yankees4, Pittsburgh 3, 1stgame Philadelphi8, a Cincinnati 3 Washin gton6,N. Y.Mets3 Atlanta6, St.Louis 5 Chicag oCubs4,Milwaukee2 SanFrancisco4, Miami1 Arizona5,L.A.Dodgers3 Colorado 8, SanDiego6,10 innings Pitt sburgh5,N.Y.Yankees3,2ndgame

Today'sGam es Cincinnati(Leake2-3) atWashington (Strasburg3-3), 4;05 p.m. Milwaukee(W.Peralta 4-2) at Atlanta (Minor 1-2), 4:10 p.m. Tuesday'sGames Baltimore atPittsburgh, 4:05p.m. Cincinnatiat Washington, 4:05p.m. L.A. DodgersatN.Y.Mets,4;10p.m. Milwaukee atAtlanta, 4:10p.m. Philadelphia at Miami,4:10 p.m. N.Y.Yankeesat ChicagoCubs,5:05p.m. Arizona at St.Louis, 5:15p.m. SanFranciscoatColorado, 5:40p.m. MinnesotaatSanDiego,7:10p.m.

American Lea ue

Mariners 6,Twins2 MINNEAPOLIS —Felix Hernandez pitched eight strong innings and Robinson Canohad four hits and Seattle defeated Minnesota. Hernandez (5-1) continued his recent domination of the Twins, giving up two runs andseven hits while striking out five and walking one. In his past four starts against Minnesota, Hernandez has pitched 34 innings andallowed three earned runs with 30 strikeouts. Minnesota ab r hbi ab r hbi J.Jonescf 4 1 1 0 Dozier2b 4 0 1 0 MSndrsrf 4 1 2 2 Mauer1b 4 0 0 0 Cano2b 5 2 4 1 Plouffedh 4 0 2 2 Hartdh 1 0 0 0 Parmelrf 4 0 0 0 Romerpr-dh 2 1 0 0 KSuzukc 4 0 0 0 S moak1b 4 0 1 1 Kubellf 4 0 2 0 Seager3b 5 0 1 1 EEscor3b 4 0 1 0 Ackleylf 4 1 1 0 A.Hickscf 2 1 1 0 Zuninoc 3 0 1 0 DSantnss 3 1 1 0 BMigerss 2 0 0 0 Totals 34 6 115 Totals 3 3 2 8 2 Seattle 0 00 121 101 — 6 M innesota 0 0 2 0 0 0 000 — 2 DP — Seattle 2, Minnesota 1. LOB—Seattle 9, Minnesota5.28—M.Saunders(4), Cano(10), Smoak Seattle

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Colorado's Justin Morneau connects for a two-run, walkoff home run against San Diego in the bottom of the10th inning of the Rockies'8-6 victory in Denver on Sunday.

fifth innings.

National Lea ue

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CLEVELAND — Yoenis Cespedes drove in a career-high five runs, Brandon Moss hadthree RBls, and Oakland completed a three-gamesweep with a win over slumping Cleveland. The Athletics, who havewon nine of 10, outscored the Indians 30-6 in the series. Oakland

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R E R BBSO

Oakland J.chavez W4-1 5 6 2 2 3 6 Ji Johnson 23 0 1 1 3 0 11-3 0 0 0 0 1 Abad Savery 2 2 0 0 1 0 Cleveland MastersonL,2-3 41-3 7 7 7 5 1 11-3 2 2 1 2 2 Outman 11-3 1 1 0 0 0 Atchison Allen 0 2 3 3 2 0 Crockett 11-3 0 0 0 0 1 Axford 2-3 0 0 0 0 2 Allen pitched to 4baters in the8th. HBP—byJi.Johnson(Chisenhall). PB—C.Santana. T—3:21. A—14,872(42,487).

Rangers 6,BlueJays2

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hit a pair of solo homers against David Price, and Matt Shoemaker took a shutout into the seventh

inning to lead the LosAngeles Angels overTampa Bay.Pujols drove a pitch over the center-field fence in the first inning. The three-time NL MVPincreased the Angels' advantage to 6-2 in the seventh with his12th homer this season and the 504th of his career, tying Eddie Murray for 25th place. TampaBay LosAngeles ab r hbi ab r hbi DeJess dh 4 0 2 0 Cowgillrf 4 0 0 1 Myers rf 3 0 0 0 Troutcf 4 1 1 0 Joyce If 3 0 1 0 Pujolsdh 4 2 3 2 Longori3b 4 0 0 0 HKndrc2b 4 0 1 1 Loney 1b 3 1 1 0 cron1b 3 0 0 0 YEscorss 4 0 0 0 ENavrr1b 1 0 1 0 Kiermr cf 4 1 1 2 Aybarss 4 1 1 0 CFigur 2b 3 0 0 0 lannettc 4 1 2 0 Guyerph 1 0 0 0 Greenlf 4 1 3 1

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Royals 8, Orioles6 KANSAS CITY, Mo.— Alex

Gordon went 4 for 4 with a pair of three-run homers and acareer-high six RBls asKansasCity beat Baltimore. Gordon drove a 1-1 pitch from Ubaldo Jimenez out to right with two outs in the fifth with Nori Aoki and Billy Butler

aboard. Gordon, who led the Royals with 20 home runs last year, had gone 134 at-bats without a

home run. Baltimore KansasCity ab r hbi ab r hbi M arkksrf 4 0 1 2 Aokirf 2210 Machd3b 4 1 3 1 Dysoncf 1 0 0 0 A.Jonescf 5 1 2 3 AEscorss 5 0 1 0 C.Davis1b 4 0 0 0 Hosmer1b 4 1 0 0 N.cruzdh 5 0 0 0 BButlerdh 4 2 3 1 Clevngrc 4 0 1 0 AGordnlf 4 3 4 6 Hardyss 4 1 3 0 S.Perezc 4 0 1 0 Loughlf 3 1 1 0 L.caincf-rf 3 0 1 1 Schoop 2b 3 2 1 0 Mostks 3b 4 0 0 0 Ciriaco 2b 4 0 0 0 Totals 3 6 6 126 Totals 3 5 8 118 B altimore 003 0 0 0 003 — 6 Kansas City 1 0 0 1 3 0 30x— 8 DP — Kansas City 1. LOB —Baltimore8, Kansas City 7. 28—Hardy (8), B.Butler(7). HR—A.Jones

ST. LOUIS —RyanDoumit scored on a wild pitch andAtlanta got two runs in the ninth inning to rally past St. Louis. Freddie Freeman started a ninth-inning rally with a leadoff single off St. Louis closer Trevor Rosenthal (0-2). Atlanta

SAN FRANCISCO — Pablo Sandoval homered for the first time in more than amonth, RyanVogelsong won for just the second time in nine starts, and SanFrancisco beat Miami to salvage asplit of the four-game series. Buster Posey returned from aday off to hit a sacrifice fly, while Tyler Colvin and Brandon Hicks eachhit RBI singles in a stretch of four straight base hits with two outs in the first BBSO against Jacob Turner.

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Nationals 6, Mets3

Miami Ja.TurnerL,0-2 6 6 4 4 1 7 Capps 1 1 0 0 0 2 Hand 1 0 0 0 1 1 San Francisco VogelsongW2-2 7 5 0 0 1 6 1-3 2 1 1 0 0 Affeldt CasigaH,7 2-3 1 0 0 0 1 RomoS,15-16 1 1 0 0 0 1 HBP —byJa.Turner(Blanco), byVogelsong (Dietrich). T—304. AML551 (41,915).

WASHINGTON — Wilson Ramos drove in four runs and lanDesmond homered to help Jordan Zimmermann andWashington beat the NewYork Mets. Desmond's solo shot tied the score inthesecondinningand Ramos' two-run double in the third put the Nationals aheadfor good. The catcher drove in two morewith a bases-loaded single in the fifth off starter Zack Wheeler (1-4) for a

R E R BBSO

Diamondbacks 5, Dodgers3

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Interlea ue

Yankees4, Pirates 3(1st Game)

NEW YORK — Josh Harrison homered in the seventh inning to M.Ellis2b 0 0 0 0 make up for a baserunning blunTotals 31 6 7 5 Totals 3 5 5 115 der and made a diving catch in left Atlanta 1 00 102 002 — 6 S t. Louis 030 0 1 0 100 — 5 field to help preserve Pittsburgh's DP — Atlanta 3, St. Louis2. LOB —Atlanta 4, St. first win in the Bronx in 54years, Louis 12. 28 —J.Upton (7), Doumit (2), Wong(2), York Jh.Peralta(9). HR—J.upton (10), F.Free man (8). as the Pirates beat the New S—R.Pena.SF—Ma.Adams. Yankees for a doubleheader split. IP H R E R BBSO Mark Teixeira had a two-run sinAtlanta 51-3 7 4 1 3 4 gle and Brett Gardner addedan Floyd 11-3 2 1 1 2 1 RBIdoubleastheYankeesbeat A.Wood D.carpenterW,3-0 1 1-3 1 0 0 0 0 KimbrelS,11-13 1 1 0 0 0 1 Pittsburgh 4-3 in the opener of the St. Louis first single-admission twinbill at J.Garcia 7 5 4 4 0 5 Stadium since2004. Siegrist H,12 2-3 0 0 0 1 1 Yankee

Sandoval(3). SB—Blanco (5). CS—Hechavarria (4). S—Ja.Turner2. SF—Posey. IP H

Milwaukee Chicago ab r hbi ab r hbi RWeks2b 4 1 1 2 Bonifaccf 4 0 1 0 S egurass 3 0 0 0 Lakelf 4 0 2 0 B raunrf 4 0 1 0 Rizzo1b 3 0 0 0 Lucroyc 3 0 0 0 Scastross 4 1 2 0 MrRynl1b 3 0 0 0 Valuen2b-3b 3 1 1 1 KDavislf 4 0 0 0 Castilloc 4 1 1 2 B ianchi3b 3 0 0 0 Olt3b 411 1 LSchfrcf 3 1 1 0 HRndnp 0 0 0 0 E stradp 2 0 0 0 Kalishrf 2 0 0 0 Kinlzlrp 0 0 0 0 TWoodp 3 0 0 0 Thrnrgp 0 0 0 0 Schlittrp 0 0 0 0 Gennettph 1 0 0 0 Barney2b 0 0 0 0 Wootenp 0 0 0 0 Totals 30 2 3 2 Totals 3 1 4 8 4 M ilwaukee 0 0 0 0 2 0 000 — 2 Chicago 021 100 ggx — 4 LOB —Milwaukee 4, Chicago6. 2B—Braun (5), LSchafer(7), Bonifacio (10),Lake(7), S.castro2(12 Valbuena (8). HR —R.Weeks(2), Castigo (5), Olt(9. SB — Kalish (3). CS—Lake (1). IP H R E R BBSO Milwaukee EstradaL,3-2 5 7 4 4 2 4 Kinlzler 1 0 0 0 0 0 Thornburg 1 1 0 0 1 1 Wooten 1 0 0 0 0 1 Chicago TWoodW4-4 7 2 2 2 3 7 SchlitterH,5 1 0 0 0 0 2 H.RondonS,5-5 1 1 0 0 0 2 WP—Thornburg. T—2:47. A—37,631(41,072).

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ARLINGTON, Texas— Mitch Moreland hit a tiebreaking homer Patton 1 2 3 3 1 0 in the seventh inning, Alex Rios RWebb 1 1 0 0 0 1 KansasCity had a two-run triple andTexas ShieldsW,6-3 7 9 3 3 1 3 avoided a three-gamesweepwith K.Herrera 1 1 0 0 0 0 a victory over Toronto. Making his Crow 1-3 2 3 3 1 0 .HogandS,12-13 2-3 0 0 0 0 0 second straight start at first base G HBP—by Shields(C.Davis). with Prince Fielder sidelined by T—2:58.A—22,692 (37,903). a neck strain, Moreland hit a line drive just over the wall in right field Tigers 6, RedSox2 11). 38 —M.Saunders(2). SB—J.Jones(2), Hart(2). off R.A. Dickey (4-4) to breaka BOSTON —Victor Martinez hit a 2-alltie. omero,B,Miger.SF—M.Saunders. two-run homer, Torii Hunter added IP H R E R BBSO Seattle Toronto Texas a solo shot and streaking Detroit F.Hernandez W,5-1 8 7 2 2 1 5 ab r hbi ab r hbi won its11th straight road gameto Rodney 1 1 0 0 0 1 Reyesss 5 0 2 0 Choicelf 4 0 0 0 Minnesota complete a three-gamesweep of Mecarrlf 4 0 1 0 Andrusss 4 1 1 0 NolascoL,2-4 5 6 3 3 3 3 Bautistrf 3 0 0 0 Choodh 3 2 2 1 Boston. It was the fifth consecuSwarzak 1-3 1 1 1 2 0 Lind1b 4 0 1 0 ABeltre3b 3 1 1 1 Thielbar 12-3 2 1 1 0 2 E ncrncdh 3 1 1 1 Riosrf 4 1 1 2 tive win and15thin18 games for Tonkin 1 1 0 0 0 1 JFrncs3b 4 1 2 1 Morlnd1b 4 1 2 2 the Tigers, who havethe majors' Guerrier 1 1 1 1 0 0 L awrie2b 4 0 0 0 Chirinsc 3 0 0 0 WP — F.Hernandez2,Nolasco, Guerrier. Tholec 4 0 1 0 LMartncf 4 0 0 0 best record at 27-12. T—3:02.A—32,511 (39,021).

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Familia 1 0 0 0 1 0 DP — Harenp 2 0 0 0 Pnngtn2b 4 0 0 0 J.Harrison (4), Mercer(7), B.Roberts (5). 381 1 1 0 1 1 28 — Matsuzaka JuTrnrph 1 0 0 0 Cgmntrp 2 0 0 0 Gardner (2). HR —J.Harrison(2), S.Marte(4), Solarte Washington Leaguep 0 0 0 0 OPerezp 0 0 0 0 (5). S —Snider.SF—C.Stewart. Zimmermann W,3-1 6 8 3 3 2 1 VnSlykph 1 0 1 0 AMarteph 1 0 0 0 IP H R E R BBSO StorenH,7 1 0 0 0 0 0 EMrshlp 0 0 0 0 ClippardH,11 1 0 0 0 0 1 Pittsburgh Zieglerp 0 0 0 0 Cole W, 4 -3 6 7 3 3 2 8 R.SorianoS,10-11 1 0 0 0 0 1 A.Reedp 0 0 0 0 MorrisH,3 2-3 0 0 0 0 0 PB — Centeno. Totals 3 3 3 7 3 Totals 3 55 11 4 T—2:45.A—36,965 (41,408). WatsonH,9 11-3 3 0 0 0 2 LosAngeles 102 000 000 — 3 MelanconS,6-8 1 0 0 0 0 0 Arizona 011 120 Ogx — 5 New York 3 E—H.Ramirez(7), Goldschmidt (4). DP—Arizona Phillies 8, Reds Nuno 6 6 3 2 1 5 1. LOB —Los Angeles 7, Arizona6. 28—C.Ross(2), AcevesL,0-2 1 2-3 1 1 1 0 1 Pollock(9). HR—H.Ramirez (6), Ad.Gonzalez (10), PHILADELPHIA —CodyAsche, Thornton 2-3 1 1 1 0 0 Gosecf 1 0 0 0 Sardins2b 3 0 0 0 E .chavez (3), C. R os s (1). SB —C .craw f o rd (6), Ow 2-3 0 0 0 1 0 Claiborne Detroit Boston Pigarph-cf 1 0 0 0 Jimmy Rollins, Wil Nieves and Balk—Col e . i n gs 2(6). ab r hbi ab r hbi DNavrrph 1 0 0 0 IP H R E R BBSO Marlon Byrd all homered, and T—3:04. A—46,858(49,642). Totals 3 4 2 8 2 Totals 3 26 7 6 Kinsler 2b 5 2 4 0 Pedroia 2b 4 1 1 0 LosAngeles TrHntrrf 5 1 2 1 Victornrf 4 0 1 0 Toronto 000 101 000 — 2 Philadelphia beat Ci n cinnati. Cliff HarenL,5-2 6 10 5 4 0 3 Micarr1b 4 1 3 2 D.Ortizdh 2 0 0 0 Texas 000 200 22x — 6 This Date in Baseball Lee (4-4) struck out three in 6 /s League 2 1 0 0 0 1 VMrtnzdh 5 1 1 2 Napoli1b 3 0 0 0 E—Reyes(3), J.Francisco2(4), Lawrie (2). DPArizona D.Kelly3b 4 0 1 0 GSizmrlf-cf 4 1 1 0 May19 innings for his first home victory Toronto 2. LOB— Toronto 8, Texas6. 28—Reyes CollmenterW,2-2 51-3 4 3 3 2 3 1910 —CyYoungwonthe500thgameofhis (11), Lind(7), Choo(8), Moreland(7). 38—Rios (4). AJcksncf 4 1 1 0 Przynsc 4 0 0 0 of the season. 2-3 0 0 0 1 0 O.Perez H,3 career,andtheClevelandIndiansbeatthe Washington HR—En carnacion (9), J.Francisco(8), Moreland(2). JMrtnzlf 4 0 2 0 Bogartsss 4 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 A vilac 4 0 1 1 Holt3b 4 0 0 0 E.MarshallH,3 1 Senators5-4in11 innings. CS—Gose (1). S—Sardinas. Z iegler H,11 1 2 0 0 0 0 Cincinnati Philadelphia 1910 —Bostonbeatthe Pirates 6-3 forthefirst AnRmnss 4 0 0 0 BrdlyJrcf 2 0 1 0 IP H R E R BBSO A.Reed S, 1 2-14 1 1 0 0 0 2 ab r hbi ab r hbi J Goms p h I f 2 0 0 0 time in26tries. Toronto H BP — by Z iegl e r (P ui u ). WP — H are n. BHmltncf 5 1 2 0 Roginsss 3 2 1 1 1942 —PaulWaner of theBostonBravesgot his DickeyL,4-4 61 - 3 3 4 3 3 3 Totals 39 6 156 Totals 3 3 2 6 1 T—2:50. A—35,406(48,633). 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PoredaW,2-0 BS,1-1 2 2 1 1 0 2 Mesorcc 4 0 4 1 Mayrrycf 3 0 1 0 2000 — JasonKendag hit forthecycleanddrove t o rino (2), Hol t (2). SF — M i.ca br e ra. two-run homer in the 10th inning Sh.Togeson H,2 1 0 0 0 0 0 L udwcklf 4 1 1 0 CI.Leep 3 1 1 0 IP H R E R BBSO in a career-highfiveruns,leading Pittsburghtoa13-1 Soria 1 2 0 0 0 1 and Colorado turned just the third Detroit Cozartss 4 0 1 0 MAdmsp 0 0 0 0 rout ofSt. Louis. Kendall hadatwo-run homerin the T—2:52. A—43,671(48,114). N.Soto1b 4 0 0 0 CHrndzph 1 0 0 0 A.Sanchez W,1-2 5 5 2 1 3 3 triple play in team history as they first inning,anRBIsingle in thesecond,a double in 2-3 1 0 0 0 1 Cingrnp 1 0 0 0 Bastrdp 0 0 0 0 RayH,1 the thirdandatwo-runtriple in theeighth. beat San Di e go. 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HR —Rogins(5), Nieves(1), Byrd(5), Asche(4). 2008 —Boston'sJon Lestershut downKansas ( ChicagoWhiteSox.Dominguez B—B.Hamilton (15), Heisey(5). CS—Asche (1). City 7-0forthefirst no-hitter inthemajors this season. A.Miger 1 1 0 0 1 2 homer for Colorado this season. 2-3 2 0 0 0 0 Badenhop S—Cingrani, Nieves. The24-year-old lefty,whosurvived cancerto pitch the hit his sixth and seventh homers Breslow 1-3 0 0 0 1 1 San Diego Colorado IP H R E R BBSO WorldSeriesclincherfor theRe d Soxlastfal, allowed of the season off White Sox lefty T—3:19.A—35,006 (37,499). ab r hbi ab r hbi Cincinnati two baserunners,walkingBilly Butler in the second John Danks (3-4) in the third and Ecarerss 5 1 2 2 Blckmnrf 3 1 2 2 CingraniL,2-3 6 7 4 4 3 7 inningandEsteban Germanto opentheninth.

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SOCCER: WORLD CUP

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By Ronald Blum The Associated Press

By Joe Drape

STANFORD, C a l if. It's been 12 years since an

New Yorh Times News Service

California Chrome sounds as if it belongs to a Triple Crown champion — it holds its own alongside Sir Barton and War

American forward scored in a World Cup. Brian McBride's go-ahead goal against Mexico during a 2002 second-round match

Admiral, Citation and Sec-

in South Korea helped the

retariat. California Chrome looks the part as well, with his sculpted muscles and shinyas-a-penny coat. There is nothing not to like

Americans advance tothe quarterfinals in their best showing since 1930. The U.S. has eight goals since then, seven by midfielders Landon Donovan, Clint Dempsey and Michael Bradley, plus an own-goal against Italy.

BALTIMORE — The name

about the way he runs, either.

In the Preakness Stakes on Benoit photo via The Associated Press Saturday, California Chrome Chrome might abandon his Triple Crown bid if New York officials do not allow the colt to wear a nasal

"I didn't realize that," San

strip in the Belmont Stakes. Trainer Art Sherman made no threats about the Kentucky Derby and zone when he was pressured Preakness winner passing on a chance to become horse racing's12th Triple Crown winner, but he early and harassed late. It suggested it was a possibility. didn't matter: He crossed the

Jose's Chris Wondolowski, trying to earn a roster spot

finish line first for his sixth consecutive (and convincing) nasal strip. The 4-by-6-inch vlctory. adhesive patch, similar to the Is Chrome the one who Breathe Right strips worn by will end thoroughbred rac- NFL players and chronic snoring's drought and become the ers,isdesigned to easebreath12th Triple Crown champion? ing by decreasing upper-airTwelve horses have headed to way nasal resistance. the Belmont Stakes with the It is legal in most jurisdicsame chance since Affirmed tions, and California Chrome last swept the series, in 1978. has been sporting one since All failed the Test of the Cham- co-owner Perry Martin sugpion, as the grueling mile-and- g ested that Sherman try i t

for next month's tournament

was forcedout of his comfort

a-half Belmont is known. Before California Chrome's

after the colt finished sixth

last fall in a stakes race. On chances can be assessed, went the Flair Equine Nasal though, his owners and New Strip, and no one has caught York racing officials need to Chrome since. reach an agreement to guarIn 2012, I'll Have Another antee that the colt will show wore the strip in the Kentucky up for the race. This is horse Derby and the Preakness, but racing, after all: No matter New York stewards ruled that how pretty t h e C i nderella, the breathing aid would be there's a good chance she's go- prohibited for the third leg of ing to show up at the ball in a the Triple Crown. The colt's dented coach. trainer, Doug O'Neill, agreed On Sunday, th e c o lt's to abandon it, but it became

equipment specifically approved bythe stewards shall be worn or carried by a jockey or a horse in a race.' "

horse has been on a six-race

is a new wrinkle in the sport. It was designed by two veteri-

It isn't as if the nasal strip narians, Jim Chiapetta and Ed

Blach, and came to the forefront at the 1999 Breeders' Cup

World Championships at Gulfstream Park in South Florida. W hat will Ne w Y ork o f - It was tested on seven geldings

ficials do now? Lee Park, a

with a European club.

"Same guy I was before. Just believe the reason why you're there, how you got there," he said. "We have guys in abundance that can get the job done. I think we'll be fine. The most important

thing we have to get ready for is to be able to be a team that's hard to beat, because

we're going to be playing a lot of talent."

Dempsey, 31, replaced Carlos Bocanegra as the American captain last year.

His profile rose while at Fulham in England from 2006fore a training session Sun- 12, when he scored 60 goals day. "If a f o rward scores, for the Cottagers, including we'll be happy. If a defender 23 during his final season. "If you looked at the posiscores a hat trick, we'll be just as happy." tion that I've played over the As the Americans prepare World Cup qualifiers, you'd as a reserve striker, said be-

"He might not run if they say you can't run with a nasal strip," Sherman said, referring to Martin. "He's very funny about things like that. The winning streak with nasal strips. I don't know why they would ban you from wearing one, but we'll have to cross that bridge when we get there, I guess."

Netherlands. He scored 20 goals in 2011-12 and added 31 the following season, setting a record for an American

at Kansas State University in

spokesman for the New York a study conducted by a veterState Gaming Commission, inarian, H.H. Erickson, which said neither his agency nor the found that the strips improved stewards at the New York Rac- oxygen intake. ing Association had received a That is neither overwhelmrequest to use nasal strips in ing science nor a reason to dethe Belmont Stakes. rail a Triple Crown bid. "If a request to use nasal Whether or not California strips is made, the decision Chrome sweeps thoroughbred on whether to permit them or racing's holy grail is better left not will be fully evaluated and in the hands of the stout field determined by the stewards," of challengers — as many as 77-year-old trainer, Art Sher- immaterial when I'll Have An- Park said in a statement. "This 10 — expected to show up at m an, wa s r e m i nded t h a t other was scratched on the eve is in accordance with the com- Belmont Park and make the New York might not allow of the Belmont because of a mission's Thoroughbred Rule Derby and Preakness winner California Chrome to wear a leg injury. 4033.8, which states, 'Only run every step of the way.

say most of the time I was

in Brazil, pressure for goals playing more of a withdrawn will be on Jozy Altidore and forward, which is a little Dempsey, who gradually has bit of both," Dempsey said. shifted to striker during the "I've played wide left, played current four-year cycle. wide right, played centrally, Altidore has 21 goals for played withdrawn forward, the U.S. and last summer played the target striker. became the first American Any position that I can be to score in five straight in- in the attacking third, create ternational matches. But he chances for others and for struggled in his first season myself, that's what I enjoy with Sunderland in the Pre-

dolng.

mier League, getting just two goals in 38 games. It mirrored his slump four years ago, when he had only two goals in 30 matches during a one-season loan

A pair of 23-year-olds also are competing for roster spots: Terrence Boyd scored 20 goals for Rapid Vienna

to Hulk As a 20-year-old, he

And there is the 31-year-old

started all four American

W ondolowski, who led o r

this season and Aron Joh annsson had 26 for A Z .

tied for the MLS scoring lead each year from 2010-12 but break out until he signed didn't appear in any World w ith A Z A l k m aar i n t h e Cup qualifiers. matches at the 2010 World Cup, and he didn't start to

NATIONAL FOOTBALLLEAGUE

Seahawks expectversatile play from rookie DEMarsh By Bob Condotta The Seattle Times

RENTON, Wash. — There

was some true teamwork involved in the naming of Cassius Marsh, a defensive lineman taken by the Seattle Seahawks in the fourth round of the NFL draft last weekend.

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Marsh's dad is a boxing fan, whose favorite fighter

was Muhammad Ali, known originally as Cassius Clay. His mother liked the name

because in Greek it means strength.

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Marsh says from the first

day "I can really remember" Elaine Thompson /The Associated Press he knew that "I've had a spe- Seattle rookie defensive end Cassius Marsh participates in rookie cial name, and a name to live minicamp Saturday in Renton, Wash. after." Something, he said, he's never considered a burden. through MMA-style work- on defense. "Oh man, if you can't live outs with Jay Glazer, a broadThe Seahawks list him at up to the pressure, what's the caster for Fox Sports who 6 feet 4, 254 pounds, but he point of being here'?," Marsh also does some training on weighed 300 pounds during said. the side. Marsh says of those h is first season at U C L A , Not a bad attitude to have workouts that "my hands de- when he was used primarifor a rookie trying to make veloped a lot. But I've always ly inside. He decided to lose the roster of the defending Su- kind of h a d s ome n atural weight and become quicker, per Bowl champs. ability when it comes to that. moving primarily to end. The team hopes that Marsh, I know the importance of it Now he hopes to split the from UCLA, will ultimately fit on the defensive line so I've difference, hoping to get into the preferredtemplate of be- always worked it as much as the 270range or so to better ing able to play multiple posi- I can." handle NFL offensive linetions on the line. For now, he U CLA c oach Ji m M o r a men and play inside and out. is playing primarily defensive showed enough faith in those Tyler Ramsey, who scouted end in a fashion similar to Mi- hands that he used Marsh at Marsh for the Seahawks, said chael Bennett. And through tw o

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al different weights. "He can do anything, and for three workouts this week- ins' win over Washington last it's pretty cool that he can end — he's looked the part. November. shape his body however he "He's a real natural pass Carroll has said the Sea- wants," Ramsey said. rusher," coach Pete Carroll hawks might even consider With m i n icamp o v er, said. "You can see he has re- using Marsh in a similar role Marsh is returning to UCLA ally good hands and has a with th e Seahawks, some- to finish up some classes begood feel for it." thing Marsh said he would fore returning to full-time While named after one of embrace. NFL duty in a few weeks. "There's nothing like getthe most famous boxers of all Marsh, though, said "I'm time, Marsh credits a training ting a sack, but a touchdown sad that I have to leave" and regimen for a different style is like 1B," said Marsh, whose that Seattle already feels like of fighting — mixed martial father, Curtis, played receiver home. arts — as one reason for those from 1995-97 with the JagAnd the way the Seahawks fast hands. uars and Steelers. see it, he has a more than Marsh said while during Marsh, though, knows his fighting chance to make it a his UCLA years he often went real ticket to NFL success is permanent one. on a two-yarder in the Bru-

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Busch Continued from B1 To do it, he's changing his body, calming his emotions and trying to live his life as a family man, not a wild child. Finish 1,100 miles and Busch will

prove, despite his warts and flaws, he's still one of the most talented

racecardriversin theworld.Andthe sponsors and fans and big teams who dumped him over the past few years be damned: He's still Kurt Freakin'

Busch. When the package arrived hours later, Busch eagerly sliced open the box in his kitchen, pulled out the black suit with two red vertical

stripes and his new sponsor's name emblazoned acrossthe chest, and beamed as he held up the uniform

he needed for his moonlighting gig. With the racing world watching, he's ready for the chance. t

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The challenge Busch will be the fourth driver to attempt the feat. Just one — Tony

Stewart, considered one of the most proficient drivers in racing — has completed both races. Only John Andretti, Stewart and Robby Gordon have attempted The

Double, and no driverhastried since Gordon in 2004. There'sa reason the feat is rare:

Anything can derail it. A rain delay. Traffic getting to the airport. Flight problems due to bad weather.

Busch will race for roughly three hours in Indianapolis in the No. 26 Suretone Honda for Andretti Autosport. He'll have only about 2t/2hours

to squeeze in a 90-minute flight and

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a 30-minute helicopter ride to land

Kurt Busch walk with his girlfriend and spokesperson Patricia Driscoll after arriving for the NASCAR Sprint All-Star auto race at Charlotte Motor Speedway on Saturat Charlotte Motor Speedway. Then, day. Busch qualified earlier Saturday for the Indianapolis 500. he'll settle in for another four hours

of racing in Stewart-Haas Racing's No. 41 Chevrolet. "He loves being on the edge. He's a match for it," said his former team

owner, Roger Penske, a 15-time Indy 500 winner. "I think he wants to show

people he's the most versatile driver in the paddock." Few NASCAR drivers have the ex-

perience necessary in an open-wheel car to attempt a one-shot race, and even fewer have permission from their teams to risk injury. Danica

Patrick, an experienced Indy driver, wanted to try in 2013, and her

Stewart-Haas Racing team loudly objected. Stewart and Gene Haas are all in this time for Busch's attempt. "I told him there was no way I would tell you no," said Stewart, his SHR owner and t eammate. "Car

owners look at it from a business standpoint.... But I'm willing to put

the business side off to the side for the personal. This is an opportunity of a lifetime."

Busch found a fast comfort level in open wheel, and the new kid in Indy opened eyes this week with blistering speeds at practice. A big part of the challenge is getting used to the IndyCar. At 1,500

pounds, IndyCars are lighter and h ave less h orsepower t ha n t h e 3,500-pound cars in NASCAR Busch

usually drives. IndyCars don't acceleratelike stock cars, so drivers have to anticipate the next move faster,

and digest what's happening in front of them, especially when cars race side-by-side. The lighter IndyCar weights leave the cars more susceptible to high-flying flips and even fatalities, and the open cockpits leave drivers exposed when debris heads their way. "I think the hardest part is going to be the 500 just because it's new to him and he doesn't know what to ex-

pect," Stewart said. He's learning to handle the car amid a warm-up to race day with a

jammed schedule that makes driving look like the easy part. There are practices in Indy. NASCAR races on

the weekend. More tracktime at Indy. Don't forget debriefing meetings on the phone, at the track. There's stress

on the body, stress about the setup for the IndyCar, the stock car. Media obligations, autograph signings, sponsor commitments.

Busch gives The Double a test run From under the sun atIndianapolis Motor Speedway to underthe lights at Charlotte Motor Speedway,Kurt Busch wasthe busiest driver in motorsports this weekend.His frequent flier miles are piling up in his quest to complete aracing feat known as"The Double." OnMay25, he'll try to race in the Indianapolis 500 and the Coca-Cola600 onthe sameday— all1,100 arduous miles. There was adress rehearsal this weekendfor race dayand TheAssociated Presstagged along with Buschand his entourage by helicopter and planefor the Indy-North Carolina-Indy connecti on for two days of Indy 500 qualifying andNASCAR'sAll-Star race. 9:30n.m.Saturday, Indianapolis Motor Speedway: Because rain washedout most of practice this week, Buschfailed to get his car in some ofthequalifying setups his Andretti Autosport team wanted towork on. Coolweather pushed practice back from the scheduled 8a.m. start. "Each day has beena nice step forward. Today, I hadto take abig step," he said. Itwas pretty big. He hit 230.984 mph inthe No.26 Hondaandwasfourth in the first practice session. Buschdid get to relax a bit with dinner out on aFriday date night with his girlfriend and spokesperson, Patricia Driscoll. "My No. 1 PR girl," he said, smiling. 1210 p.m., Indianapolis MotorSpeedway:Her arms folded, Driscoll keeps closewatch on the IMSvideoboard to monitor Busch's qualifying run. Busch whizzes by in ablur of 229.137 mph in one lap. Not badfor a first-timer. The public address announcer asks for applause. "Congratulations, Kurt Busch, you're in the top nine ... forthe moment," he says. Buschis officially in the 500 field. But hewanted more. "Maybe I wasn't focused as I needed tobe," hesaid. "Caught up in the emotion

documentary on TheDoublethat will air in June. Busch keeps scrolling his mobile phonefor Indy qualifying updates. 3:43p.m.,aboveConcord,N.C.:"Ishould betakinganap," Busch said. Hehasyet to eat or drink anything on the plane. But Busch is feeling, well, bushed. Hereclines his seat and stretches his legs onto Driscoll's lap. Hetips his black SureTone cap sothe bill rests on the bridge of his nose, leans back and dozes off for about 20 minutes. Hewakes up as Charlotte Motor Speedwaycomes into focus. "I'm ready to goagain." For tonight, CMS isthe site of a low-key exhibition race. But on Sunday, he'll have 600grueling miles left to race. 5:20p.m.,CharlotteMotorSpeedway:"How'dyoudo?" Clint Bowyer is the first NASCAR driver to greet Busch in the pre-race driver's meeting. And, like the rest of the racing world, Busch updates are ahot topic. "Juan (Pablo Montoya) just pushed me to10th. By like, .06," he replies. "What does that mean?" Bowyer asked. "It means," Busch said, plainly, "I don't have ashot at the pole." Now dressed in Stewart-Haas a little. Maybe I left a little out on the table with the car." He Racing gear, Buschheads to themeeting. gives Driscoll a big kiss before hopping back in the car for a few rounds of pictures with different hats for all the sponsors. 9:21 p.m., CharlotteMotor Speedway: Time for driver introductions. County singer JakeOwenbellows to the crowd, Mid-nfternoon.Buschmotorhome,Indianapolis Motor "Y'all give it up for Mr. Kurt Busch! Doing the double!" Busch Speedway:Grubtime. Busch turned into a fitness nut in smiles and waves to thousands of fans. Almost12t/~ hours the weeks leading up toTheDouble. Driscoll has put proper since he slipped into the IndyCarcockpit, he's about to drive training andeating tips into his lifestyle, even mapping out his race weekenddiet. Busch uses his down time picking on lamb, the No. 41Chevrolet in NASCAR's All-Star race. 11:25p.m., Charlotte Motor Speedway: He doesn't blow a chicken, pasta andvegetables to fuel him for the races ahead. figurative gasket, but Busch is clearly irked after an 11th-place 2:10 p.m., Indianapolis MotorSpeedway: Convinced he can top his first run, Busch hits the track again at 2:03 p.m. for a finish in the All-Star race. Hewashit with a five-second penalty in qualifying which forced him to start18th. He could never second attempt at cracking the FastNine. Thegamble pays really recover — which caused him to second-guess his off and Busch temporarily moves into third with a four-lap average of 229.960. "Why not go for it and try to get into that decision to leave Indy before qualifying ended. Had hestayed final group? I gave myheart a run at it. If we end upoutside of in Indianapolis, he would havemadeathird run at starting in the top nine. With pressure growing with each lap, Buschhas the top nine, I know I gave it myall and that was really a neat regret over a decision for the first time. "My thought process experience." was, give respect to the NASCAR side, come back, go to the 2:35 p.m. MillionAir private airport, Indianapolis: After a driver's meeting," Busch said. "That way, wewould get our quick helicopter ride, Busch, Driscoll, two reporters, a phostarting spot however weperformed in qualifying. My fear tographer and acameraman board aCessna Citation 750X was, if we left a lug nut loose, it would beall for naught up headed to North Carolina. Theflight aboard the private plane there. We left a lug nut loose (in qualifying). I should have that belongs to NASCAR driver Jamie McMurray will last a stayed up there to make athird run, and see if wecould have brisk 51 minutes over 372 miles with a top speed ofabout been in the top nineand havea shot at pole tomorrow." 606 mph. 8:35n.m. Sunday,IndianapolisMotorSpeedway:W honeeds 2:57p.m.,SkyHigh:Buschcomesbounding intotheplane sleep? Buschboardsthe airplane back to Indianapolis for pracfeeling good after temporarily holding third place. Driscoll tice and qualifying at 6:22 a.m. Is hestill upset about the race? needles her boyfriend by telling guests they came on agood Is he focused onqualifying? Whoknows. Heputs the seat day becauseusually after qualifying Busch, "is not this fun. down,pullshishoodoverhisheadandcloseshiseyes.About At all. Right?" "Yes, dear," Buschsays. But he's truly feeling great after proving he canrun with IndyCar's big guns. Busch an hour later, he'sawakeandon his wayto the track. Shortly says he felt three "moments" in the car that madehim uneasy. after 8:30 a.m. he'sagain in theNo. 26 andoff he goes231.775 mph.His bestyet. His best perhaps yet to come. "Four for four and youend upcoming back in a meatwagon." — The Associated Press Busch and Driscoll are then miked upfor their parts in an NBC

And make it a double. when Busch made the 12-minute

The training

jog from the house he shares with his girlfriend and her son in Ellicott header with gusto, using a regimen City, Maryland, to the Okinawan for an elite athlete, and a diet loaded Karate Dojo. Busch believed teamwith beetroot juice and homemade ing the principles of karate with inoatmeal bars. He has whipped his tense exercises would help him build 5-foot-ll, 150-pound frame into the physical and mental toughness. best shape of his racing career. Sensei Stanley Crump instructed The real work came off track, Bush through twists and crunchabout three or four times a week es for about an hour in boot-camp Busch has trained for his double-

instead of bleary-eyed for the long haulahead. "I've learned good discipline from all this," Busch said.

'The Outlaw' Busch has made a career of pushing through tough times, but often withoutgrace. He'screated nearly as

many headlines for feuds with drivers and spats with the media as he has for his trips to Victory Lane.

He's dubbed "The Outlaw," and

it fits: Busch rants and raves and froths and foams in n ot-safe-for-

work language over the radio. Any fan with a scanner knows when he

gets penalized, or if an incident happens on track, to switch to his channel to hear him melt down. Busch's talent has n ever been

doubted, with 25 career Cup wins and the 2004 championship. But his prickly personality has scared away sponsors, and rides with deep-pocketed owners Jack Roush and Penske fizzled. His career detoured into

journeyman status with single-car teams the past two seasons before

landing at SHR. "I'm just a competitor that wants success and wants to be the best any time I get in the car," Busch said. "When I don't achieve that result, I didn't deal with it the best of ways." But Busch has tried to evolve, and

he's kept himself together this season under the spotlight, comfortable in his skin both as a family man and

a winner again with a top ride. Busch has seen a sports psychologist to learn to tame his emotions. And he's found happiness with girlfriend Patricia Driscoll, the presi-

dent of the Armed Forces Federation, and her son, Houston. Fans can

pledge money for each lap he drives in The Double to the foundation.

"It took me a long while to learn

that I just needed to worry about the

results in the race car and drive my own race," he said. Busch swipes through pictures of Houston on a recent hunting trip in New Zealand. He takes him fly fishing and naturally, the kid known as "The Mini Outlaw," is a regular at the track. Having a child in his life has made him more aware of his be-

havior (watch those swear words!). "I think I've been given credit for my talent or results on the track of

late. It's been nice," he said. "If you're has been wiped clean. With military 35, you should know my now. I wish precision, his girlfriend has imbued I knew things at 25 that I know now. proper training and eating tips into Call me a late bloomer." his lifestyle, even mapping out his But just completing The Doutracker on his wrist. race weekend diet. ble gives him a chance to prove "When I feel that fatigue setting Before getting behind the wheel, his doubters wrong, and establish in, that's when I'm going to have he'll drink sugar water with elec- himself as one of the best in racing Sensei Stan on my shoulder pushing trolytes infused with oxygen and history. me through there," he said. snack on raisins. He's under orders All he has to do is get to the finish Just wing it'? That kind of atti- to take a nap on that flight to North line. tude toward fitness and nutrition Carolina, keeping him bright-eyed Twice. fashion. He crawled on his elbows, did pushups with one arm behind his back, and every heart-pounding detail was logged on his Basis health

MOTOR SPORTS ROUNDUP

Carpenterwins Indianapolis 500polefor secondstraight year The Associated Press INDIANAPOLIS — L ocal

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Ed Carpenter celebrates with his wife, Heather, after the Indi-

anapolis 500 pole Sunday.

driver Ed Carpenter has made himself at home on the Indianapolis 500 pole. The last of nine qualifiers to take the track, Carpenter bumped James Hinchcliffe from the top spot, posting a four-lap average of 231.067

mph to win the 500 pole for the mess it up." second straight year. Hinchcliffe will start second "I felt that it was harder," after sustaining a concussion Carpenter said. "It was just last weekend in the Grand Prix a different position because of Indianapolis. Will Power when I made my run last year, will join them on the front row. we didn't really have anything Carpenter, the stepson of forto lose. This year, being the mer speedway executive Tony last guy to go out, I think there George, was 10th in last year's was a little bit of pressure to not Indy 500. He is the 11th driver

MERCE, Ga. — Rain forced NHRA officials to postpone troneves in 2009-10. the final eliminations in the Also on Sunday: S outhern Nationals t o t o Hornish Jr. wins Nationwide day. Alexis DeJoria entered race: NEWTON, Iowa — Sam the final eliminations as the to earn consecutive500 poles and the first since Helio Cas-

Hornish Jr. beat Ryan Blaney top Funny Car qualifier, and off a restart with 21 laps.

f ellow f emale

Rain washes out NHRA Southern Nationals: COM-

Enders-Stevens led the Pro Stock field.

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GOLF BRIEFS

o c aims ron eson i e The Associated Press IRVING, Texas — Brendon Todd

was shocked when he saw his ball settled at the base of a tree by the

13th green in the final round of the Byron Nelson Championship. As good as he is with his short

game, it wasn't natural for the slender 6-foot-3 Todd to set up left-handed and hit the ball with the back side

of a 4-iron. "Definitely, without a

d oubt,"

Todd said when asked if it was his

most unique shot in a competitive 1ound. And it came in his first PGA Tour Todd saved par at the 185-yard

13th hole after knocking the ball to 7 feet, part of a bogey-free 4-under-par 66. He finished at 14-under

266. It was the 77th career PGA Tour event for Todd, who twice in the

past five years had to go back to back to the Web.com Tour to regain

full playing privileges. He earned $1,242,000, a PGA Tour exemption through the 2015-16 season and a spot next year in the Masters.

"I'm excited about the relief like I finally have a chance to play the

Brendon Todd pumps his fist after holing out of a bunker for birdie on the second green during the final round of the

PGA Tour for multiple years," Todd

Byron Nelson Championship Sunday in Irving, Texas.

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said. "No. 1, going to Augusta for the Masters is a dream come true."

Todd, who took the lead for good in 2009. The 44-year-old Canadian fifth former University of Georgia player to win on the PGA Tour this season. He joined Masters champion Bubba Watson, Harris English,

Russell Henley and Chris Kirk. Todd also is the eighth first-time winner this season.

Weir, the 2003 Masters champion who won the last of his eight PGA Tour titles in 2007, finished with

a 67. Charles Howell III and Marc Leishman tied for third at 10-under. After Todd hit his tee shot at the

195-yard second into a greenside bunker, his shot from the sand land-

ed on the green and rolled in for a birdie. When he knocked in a 14foot birdie putt at the 181-yard fifth,

he tied Weir — who made a bogey on No. 6 — for the lead at 12 under. Weir had his best tournament

since finishing second behind Dustin Johnson at Pebble Beach

Challenge Continued from B1 "If you miss it in certain spots, it reaches up and grabs you and bites you a little bit."

Challenge has four sets of tees, beginning with the red tees set at 3,008 yards, and it has an equal number of par 3s and 4s that alternate through-

out to keep things interesting. The variety helps the Chall enge Course cater to j u st

about anybody. Novices have a fair chance at keeping the ball in play. Skilled golfers will use every club in the bag. And the timecrunched can play all 18 holes in about three hours. Playing in a foursome with my golf partner and a friendly couple who recently re-

Jimenez adds to European record really challenged in the final round with win:GIRONA, Spain — Miguel ish since 2010, the same year he suf- on the River Course. She started the Angel Jimenez won the Spanish fered a partial ligament tear in his day with a three-shot lead and dou- Open to extend his record as the oldright elbow before a stretch when bled it with birdies on the par-5 third est European Tour champion, winhe missed 17 cuts in a row — includ- and par-3 fifth. A bogey 5 on No. 8 ning with a par on the third hole of ing all 14 tournaments he started in was her only hiccup — and only her a playoff .Jim enez won at50 years, 2012. third bogey in four rounds — until 133 days. He closed with a 1-over 73 "Best golf I played in a long time. she three-putted the par-3 17th. to match Belgium's Thomas Pieters I was happy with the way I played," Perry takes Tradition:BIRMING- and Australia's Richard Green at Weir said. " I was definitely deter- HAM, Ala. — Kenny Perry won his 4-under 284. Green had a 72, and Pimined to try to win today, but I can third Champions Tour major in the eters shot 75. feel good about the way I handled past year with a one-stroke victory Homa scores Web.com Tour victhings out there." over Mark Calcavecchia in the Re- tory: GREER, S.C. — Max Homa Howell shot a 67 with a three-putt gions Tradition. Perry closed with won the BMW Charity Pro-Am for bogey on the final hole, while Leish- an even-par 72 at Shoal Creek to his first Web.Com Tour title, closing man had three bogeys in a five-hole finish at 7-under 281, while other with an 8-under 63 at Thornblade stretch on the back nine for a 68. contenders had up-and-down days Club for a one-stroke victory over Also on Sunday: and John Cook lost the lead with a Jonathan Randolph. Homa, the Salas claims four-stroke victory: double hit. Calcavecchia finished NCAA individual medalist last year WILLIAMSBURG, Va. — Lizette with a 70. Two-time winner Tom for California, finished at 20-unSalas won the Kingsmill Champi- Lehman closed with a 67 to tie Jay der 266 in the three-course event onship for her first LPGA Tour title, Haas at 5 under. Haas closed with a and earned $117,000 to jump from finishing with even-par 71 for a four- 71. Cook's closing 72 put him three 64th to ninth on the money list with stroke victory. The 24-year-old for- strokes back. $142,155. mer Southern Cal player was never

left-hander hadn't had a top-25 fin-

built specifically for accessi- ing out a driver can yield great bility, pace of play and ease rewards. Six par 4s measure of use, because it is most cer- 308 yards or shorter, so longer tainly still golf and it's a great hitters could have a chance or platform for people to get two at putting for eagle. started and have exposure to Shots into the green for the the game." most part demand precision. Many of Challenge's approach Difficulty of course shots are played into heavily Despite its relatively short mounded greens, which can length, the Challenge Course help keep a ball in play for has enough teeth to force golf- golfers who narrowly overers to use just about every shoot the pin. Anything exclub in the bag. Some holes, cessively long, however, will particularly a number of par at best create a difficult chip 3s that play around hazards from those same mounds or, at and into small greens, can worst, kick the wayward ball be downright challenging for into native vegetation behind even the best players. the hills. On a

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100 yards on the 297-yard, par-4 13th hole. The hole's short distance still left me in the hunt for par with a 4-iron

shot into the green (though I only made bogey). And Challenge can be exhilarating, as it was as I headed into the drivable par-4 17th and 18th holes with the same score as my partner. Need-

practice area and is worth a play for golfers of all stripes. Cost to play is $10 for adults, $6 for juniors

are free when playing with an adult (unaccompanied teens are just $5). Factor in all of it, and Chal-

lengebecomes an idealcourse for a parent who wants to play together with a child. — Reporter: 541-617-7868, zhallCibendbulletin.com.

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brutally shallow green. The hole becomes particularly ing a strong finish, I squared scary if Eagle Crest utilizes up a throttled-down driver to a new left tee box that brings the 259-yard par 4, leaving the entire body of water into me just 5 feet from eagle. I left play. the putt teetering on the cup's Anything short of the green edge, making it a disappoint- likely will fall into a watery ing birdie, if there is such a grave. Anything that sails thing. long will find its way into the Despite all its pluses, the mounds that back the putting course as recently as 10 surface, making for a difficult years ago was only sparingly chip into the green. played, Buerger says. That is no longer the case. "People just didn't get it," How to approach the course Buerger observes. "That has Have a blast and be aggresall seemingly changed now. sive. The wide-open layout has "We'regoing to seemore of few treesor water hazards to these courses designed and get in a golfer's way, and pull-

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tle tee shot on the course if the pin placement is set anywhere otherthan the more generous right side of the green.

time in 2015.

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Favorite hole

Canoeled —The Central Oregon Golf Trail, a marketing cooperative between the majority of area courses, has tabled its planned tournament series. The Central Oregon Golf Trail Tournament Series, which was open to the public, was scheduled to be played for the first time in 2014. Tournaments were to be held every two weeks at a different Central Oregon course for each event. Pat Huffer, the head professional at Crooked River Ranch who helped spawn the idea of the Central Oregon Golf Trail Tournament Series, says he expects the series to tee off for the first

The course's 3,812-yard purple tees, which novices er can make use of two putting and juniors can play as a par greens,a short-game practice 72, add variety. At $44 during area and a full-size driving prime time, Challenge is not range. inexpensive. But after 3 p.m. Eagle Crest's 18-hole put- during the peak golf season, ting course — which mixes adults can play for $29 while miniature golf with n atu- juniors age 17 and younger ral-grass putting greens — sits

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OnShip flight —Jeff Ward and Roger Eichhorn, bothofBend,eachadvancedto match play before being eliminated in last week's Pacific Northwest Men's Master-40 Amateur Championship. Ward earned the No. 11 seedafter 36 holes of stroke play, after which the championship field was cut from 64 golfers to 32 at the Prospector Course at Suncadia Resort in CleElum, Wash. He thenwonhisopening match,5 and 4, againstDaveGazley,ofRichmond, British Columbia, before falling 1 up to Seattle's Drew Machleid. Eichhorn earned the No. 30 seedand had a one-hole lead with one to play against Nate Hair, of Edwall, Wash. But Hair birdied the par-518th hole and then won the19th to put away Eichhorn. Hair went on to win Friday's championship match. Also, Bend's Stein Swenson narrowly missed the cut for the championship flight. The Pacific Northwest Master-40 is for the region's top amateur golfers age 40 or older. It is one of15 major amateur championships conducted annually by the Pacific Northwest Golf Association.

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Eagle Crest Resort has no shortage of things to do. The the mounding around some clubhouse for the Challenge tired to Redmond, I got a feel tough green complexes that Course (which is shared with for just how player-friendly requires some precise iron Eagle Crest's Ridge Course) the course can be for a wide shots. Such a setup — not has a snack bar and a wellrange of golfers. overly punitive from tee to The course can provide green but with enough desome stiff challenges, like No. fense around the green to 4, a downhill, 399-yard par 4, keep better players interested and No. 10, a 189-yard par 3 — is perfect for skilled golfers that is severely downhill. who want to partner with a It can also be forgiving, like noviceor a juniorgolfer for a when I dribbled a drive about

NAIAS —Jesse Heinly, of Bend, surged in the final round of the NAIAmen's golf national championships to land in the top10 and earn all-tournament honors at LPGA International in Daytona Beach,Florida. Heinly, a senior at Concordia University in Portland, shot a 3-under-par 69 to endthe 54-hole tournament at1-under. That put him in a five-way tie for seventh place out of 156 golfers. The tournament was ahigh note in the college career of the Summit High graduate. Heinly has beenamong the top golfers in the NAIA in his senior season. He hadstarted his career at Concordia before transferring from Xavier University in Cincinnati. He spent just one semester in Ohio before returning to Concordia for his senior season. Heinly helpedConcordia place eighth out of 29 teams atthe NAIA championship.

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12'1969 Searsaluminum fishingboat, low hours on new 8 hp engine, with trailer and extras. Good shape! $1600. 541-382-2599

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Hyster forklift, H30E propane, 2 stage, 672 hours, $1900 o b o. 541-389-7596

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Recreation by Design 2013 Monte Carlo, 38-ft. Top living room, 2 bdrm, has 3 slideouts, 2 A/Cs, entertainment center, fireplace, W/D, garden tub/shower, in great condition. $36,000 obo. Call Peter,

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2005 Diesel 4x4

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King bed, hide-a-bed sofa, 3 slides, glass shower, 10 gal. water heater, 10 cu.ft. fridge, central vac, s atellite dish, 2 7 " TV/stereo syst., front front power leveling jacks and s cissor stabilizer jacks, 16' awning. Like new! 541-41 9-0566

2 slides, ducted heat 8 air, great condition, snowbird ready, Many upgrade options, financing available! $14,500 obo.

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Komfort Ridgecrest 23', 2006,queen bed, sleeps 6, micro & AC, full awning, living room slider, yule tables, outside shower, 4 closets, fiberglass frame, as new, $11,500. La Pine call 541-914-3360

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Like NEW! Trail-Lite 2011 Crossover Trailer

69,000 miles. $4500. In La Pine, 18'Maxum skiboat,2000, call 541-602-8652

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Dodge Ram 2500 2008 Diesel, exc. towing vehicle, 2WD, 55,000

miles. New batteries, rear air bags, Roll-n-lock bed cover, spray-in liner. 5th wheel hitch available too $19,000. 541-604-1285 Ford 3/4 ton F250 1993 Power Stroke diesel, turbocharged, 5-spd, good runner & work truck. $4500 obo. Call 541-389-5353 or 541-647-8176

541-923-6049

2180 TT, 440 SMO, 180 mph, excellent

condition, always hangared, 1 owner for 35 years. $60K. In Madras, call 541-475-6302

Ford T-Bird, 1966, 390

Ford F150 LIGHTNING 1993, 500 miles on rebuilt engine. Clean interior & new tires. $7000, OBO. 541-647-8723

engine, power everyCheck out the thing, new paint, 54K classifieds online orig. miles, runs great, exc. cond.in/out. $7500 www.bendbuffetin.com Updated daily obo. 541-480-3179 Ford F-350 4x4,

1976 Cessna 150M B a r racuda Just oyer 3000hrs, 600 Plymouth 1966, original car! 300 hrs since out of frame 2006 XLT 4-door hp, 360 V8, centermajor, Horton Stol Kit. Crew Cab Avionics: Apollo 65 GPS lines, 541-593-2597 & additional radio (4 freWHEN ONLY THE 6.0L Turbo diesel, full quencies can be moniBEST WILL DO! power au t omatic tored at once). Tran6-disc CD, cruise, fog sponder w/mode C, JPI lights, running boards, Fuel Flow Monitor, digitow pkg, bedliner, grill tal density, temp 8 amp guard, folding rear monitor. Nice paint & upseat. Tan cloth inteholstery w/memory foam rior, metallic tan exteseat bottoms. Oil filter & Buick Skylark 1972 rior. 91,400 miles. block htr. 1 owner past Price reducedto 14 yrs; always hangared, 17K orig. miles. Please see hemmings.com for no damage history. $20,500 details. $18,900. 541-350-6925 N9475U.$26,000. 541-323-1698 541-480-4375

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Enclosed raft t r ailer, 12'x7', pulley system to help load, wired for 12 volt ai r p u mp. $750. 541-593-6053 875

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2007 Winnebago Outlook Class "C" 31', solar panel, Cat. heater, excellent condition, more extras. Asking $58K. Ph. 541-447-9268 Can be viewed at Western Recreation (top of hill) in Prineville.

Alfa See Ya 2006 36' Excellent condition, 1 owner, 350 Cat diesel, 51,000 miles, 4-dr frig, icemaker, gas stove, oven, washer/dryer, non-smokeri 3 shdes, generator, invertor, leather interior, satele lite, 7'4 ceiling. Clean!$77,500. 541-233-6520 Find exactly what you are looking for in the CLASSIFIEDS

KOUNTRY AIRE 1994 37.5' motorhome, with awning, and one slide-out, Only 47k miles and good condition.

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For Sale with living r oom slide, 46,000 miles, in good condition. Has newer Michelin tires, awning, blinds, carpet, new coach battery and HD TV. $31,000 Call Dick at 541-406-2367

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35-ft, Chevy Vortec engine, new tires, new awnings, 12-ft slide-out, queen bed, ltalian leather couch and recliner, excellent condition. Ready to travel„ towing hitch included.$19,900. 541-815-4811

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BMW X3 2011 black on black, sport/prem packs, leather, 3.5i turbo, nav., 20k miles, 19" wheels, cold weather pkg, Xenons, warranteed to 9/2015. $38,000 One owner, 503-789-9401 (Portland)

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fault; any further sums c omplies with t h at LEGAL NOTICE TRUSTEE'S NOTICE advanced by the ben statute addressed to eficiary for the protec the trustee's "Urgent OF SALE File No. Request Desk" either 7 699.20665 Re f e r tion of the above de ence is made to that scribed real property by personal delivery i st int e rest to the trustee's physi c ertain t rust d e e d and made by Robert S. therein; and prepay cal offices (call for ad Keepers, and Linda B. ment penalties/premi d ress) or b y fi r st Keepers, as tenants ums, if applicable. By class, certified mail, reason of said default r eturn r e ceipt re by the entirety, as grantor, to Fidelity Na the beneficiary has quested, addressed to tional Title Insurance declared all sums ow the trustee's post of Co, as trustee, in fa ing on the obligation fice box address set vor of Mortgage Elec secured by the trust forth in this notice. tronic R e g istration deed immediately due Due to potential con S ystems, Inc. a s and payable, said flicts with federal law, nominee for Country sums being the follow persons having no ing, to wit: record legal or equi wide Bank, FSB, its table interest in the s uccessors and a s $153,506.96 with in signs, as beneficiary, terest thereon at the subject property will rate of 5.25 percent only receive informa dated 01/12/09, re per annum beginning tion concerning the corded 01/21/09, in the mortgage records 03/01/1 1; plus late lender's estimated or of DESC H UTES charges of $ 6 0.88 actual bid. Lender bid County, Oregon, as each month b egin i nformation is a l s o 2009-02329 and sub ning 04/1 6/1 1 until available a t the trustee's web s ite, sequently assigned to paid; plus prior ac Lakeview Loan Servic crued late charges of www.northwesting, LLC by Assign $56.26; p l u s ad trustee.com. Notice is vances of $ 7 38.74 further given that any m ent recorded a s 2013-42962, covering that represent bank person named in ORS t he f o l lowing d e ruptcy fees and costs 86.753 has the right, scribed real property and property inspec at any time prior to situated in said county tions; together with five days before the and state, to wit: Lot title expense, costs, date last set for the twenty-seven, Block trustee's fees and at s ale, to h av e t h is L, Deschutes River torneys fees incurred foreclosure proceed Woods, D e schutes herein by reason of ing dismissed and the County Oregon Hud said default; any fur trust deed reinstated Label ¹: ORE 249265, ther sums advanced b y payment to t h e ORE 249266, Make: by the beneficiary for beneficiary of the en Guerdon Homes, Inc, the protection of the tire amount then due above described real (other than such por Model property and its inter tion of the principal as GDSTOR3693 K4-66175, Year : est therein; and pre would not then be due had no d efault oc 1993, Serial ¹: 16051 payment land and house which penalties/premiums, if curred) and by curing applicable. WHERE any o t he r d e f ault is aff ixed to and made part of the real prop FORE, notice hereby complained of herein that is capable of be erty More Accurately is given that the un D escribed as : L o t dersigned trustee will ing cured by tender twenty-seven, Block on August 20, 2014 at ing the performance L, Deschutes River the hour o f 1 0 : 00 required under the ob Woods, D e schutes o 'clock, A.M. in a c ligation or trust deed, County, Ore g o n. cord with the stan and in addition to pay PROPERTY AD dard of t ime estab ing said sums or ten b y ORS dering th e pe r for DRESS: 60020 Chey lished enne Road Bend, OR 187.110, at the follow mance necessary to ing place: inside the cure the default, by 97702 Both the ben eficiary a n d the main lobby of the De paying all costs and Coun t y expenses actually in trustee have elected s chutes to sell the real prop Courthouse, 1164 NW curred in enforcing the obligation and trust erty to satisfy the obli Bond, in the City of gations secured by Bend, County of DE deed, together with SCHUTES, State of trustee's and the trust deed and a notice of default has Oregon, sell at public a ttorney's fees n ot the been recorded pursu auction to the highest exceeding ant to Oregon Re bidder for cash the in amounts provided by t h e de said OR S 8 6 .753. vised Statutes terest i n 86.735(3); the default scribed real property Requests from per for which the foreclo which the grantor had sons named in ORS s ure i s m a d e i s or had power to con 86.753 for r einstate grantor's failure to pay vey at the time of the ment quotes received when due the follow execution by grantor less than six d ays ing sums: monthly of the trust deed, to prior to the date set payments of gether with any inter for the trustee's sale $1,522.07 beginning est which the grantor will be honored only at 04/01/1 1, $1,493.23 or grantor's succes the discretion of the beginning 4/01/12 and sors in interest ac b eneficiary or i f r e $1,453.72 beginning quired after the execu quired by the terms of 11/01/13; plus l a te tion of the trust deed, the loan documents. charges of $ 6 0.88 to satisfy the forego In construing this no oblig a tions tice, the singular in each month b egin ing ning 04/1 6/1 1; plus thereby secured and cludes the plural, the prior accrued l a te t he costs an d e x word " grantor" i n charges of $ 56.26; penses of sale, includ cludes any successor re a sonable i n interest t o t h e p lus advances o f ing a $738.74 that r epre charge by the trustee. grantor as well as any Notice is further given other person owing an sent bankruptcy fees and costs and prop that for reinstatement obligation, the perfor or payoff quotes re mance of which is se erty inspections; to quested pursuant to cured by said trust gether with title ex pense, costs, trustee's O RS 8 6 .757 a n d deed, and the words fees and attorney's 86.759 must be timely "trustee" and "benefi ciary" include their re fees incurred herein communicated in a by reason of said de written request that spective successors ¹

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The request for proposal, ad d enda, planholders list, and n otification of r e suits for this project may b e v i e wed, printed or ordered Published: on line from Central May 19, 2014 Oregon B u i lders Exchange at Gwen Chapman http://www.plansonPurchasing Manager 541-385-6677 file.com by clicking on "Public Works Projects" and then on "City of Bend" or TURN THE PAGE in person at 1902 For More Ads NE 4th St., Bend, The Bulletin Oregon. Architectural LEGAL NOTICE Entities intending to TRUSTEE'S NOTICE Services submit a proposal OF SALE File No. Consultant of should register with 7954.20042 R e f e rRecord the Central Oregon ence is made to that Builders Exchange c ertain t rust d e e d NOTICE OF as a planholder in made by Kevin W. REQUEST FOR order to receive adLusby and Karla D. PROPOSAL denda. This can be Lusby, husband and done on-line or by wife, as tenants by the The City of Bend recontacting Central as grantor, to quests p r oposals Oregon B u i lders entirety, Regional Trustee Serfrom qualified conExchange at: (541) sultants for profesvices Corporation, as 389-0123, Fax (541) trustee, in favor of sional architectural, 389-1549, or email Boeing Employees' p lanning and r e at admin@plansonCredit Union, as benlated services for file.com. Proposers City of Bend facilieficiary, dated are responsible for 07/02/05, r e c orded ties. The City i nmaking sure they tends to enter into a 07/25/05, in the morthave all addenda gage records of Desc ontract with t h e before s u bmitting selected consultant chutes County, Orproposals. egon, as 2005-47769 for architectural and related ser v ices A and subsequently asmand a tory signed to by Assignneeded during the pre-submittal meetnext three y e ars ment recorded as ing will be held at covering the following with the option to City Hall C ouncil extend for up to two described real propChambers, 710 NW erty situated in said additional one year Wall Street, Bend extensions. county and state, to OR on: M ay 2 9 , wit: Lot 5 in Block 2, 2014, 10:00 A M. The initial project is replat of a part of the Proposals will only original plat of BITa review of current be accepted from TERBRUSH SUBDIa nd l o n g te r m s a ttendees of t h i s VISION, D eschutes space needs forthe meeting. Public Works DeCounty, Ore g o n. PROPERTY ADpartment. This will proposals entail a t h o rough Sealed DRESS: 16715 Bittermust be submitted brush Lane Sisters, analysis of the proby June 19, 2014 at OR 97759 Both the j ected needs o f 3:00 PM , at C ity beneficiary and the each work area in Hall, 710 NW Wall the department and trustee have elected Street, 2nd Floor, to sell the real propcreation of a spatial Bend, Ore g o n, needs pro g ram erty to satisfy the obli97701, Attn: Gwen gations secured by document. C hapman, Pur the trust deed and a chasing Manager. notice of default has In addition to this Proposals will not been recorded pursuproject it is anticibe accepted after ant to Oregon Repated that, during deadline. The outthe course of the vlsed Statutes side of the package 86.735(3); the default contract, a full range containing the proof architectural serfor which the forecloposal shall identify s ure i s m a d e i s vices including but the project: "Archinot limited to space grantor's failure to pay tectural Services when due the followprogramming, site Consultant of analysis and planing sums: monthly Record". payments of $575.80 ning, all phases of design de v elopbeginning 02/01/12; The City of Bend plus late charges of ment, coordination reserves the right to: of consultants, cost $28.79 each month 1) reject any or all beginning 02/16/12; estimating, creation in with title e x pense, of cons t ruction proposal no t c ompliance wi t h costs, trustee's fees documents, acquisipublic s o l icitation and attorney's fees tion of all necessary procedures and rei ncurred herein b y permits, bi d d ing quirements, 2) rea dministration f o r reason of said default; ject any or all proany further sums adinformal processes, in posals construction adminvanced by the benefia ccordance w i t h ciary for the protecistration may be reORS 279B.100, 3) tion of t h e a b o ve quired in support of select consultant on described real propa variety of other

erty and its interest therein; and prepayment penalties/premiums, if applicable. By reason of said default the beneficiary has d eclared all s u ms owing on the obligation secured by the trust deed i mmediately due and payable, said sums being the following, to wit: $42,376.97 with interest thereon at the rate of 6.74 percent per annum be g inning 01/01/12; plus l a te charges of $ 2 8.79 each month beginning 02/16/12 until paid; together with title expense, costs, trustee's fees and attorneys fees incurred herein by reason of said default; any further sums advanced by the beneficiary for the protection of the above described real property and its interest therein; and prepayment penalties/premiums, if applicable. WHEREFORE, notice hereby is given that the undersigned trustee will on August 8, 2014 at the hour o f 1 0 : 00 o'clock, A.M. in accord with the standard of time established by ORS 187.110, at the following place: inside the main lobby of the Deschutes C o u nty Courthouse, 1164 NW Bond, in the City of Bend, County of Deschutes, State of Oregon, sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash the i nterest in t h e d e scribed real property which the grantor had or had power to convey at the time of the execution by grantor of the trust deed, together with any interest which the grantor or grantor's successors in interest acquired after the execution of the trust deed, to satisfy the foregoing obligations thereby secured and t he costs and e x penses of sale, including a reasonable charge by the trustee. Notice is further given that for reinstatement

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O RS 8 6 .757 a n d 86.759 must be timely c ommunicated in a written request that c omplies with t h a t statute addressed to the trustee's "Urgent Request Desk" either by personal delivery to the trustee's physical offices (call for add ress) or b y fi r s t class, certified mail, r eturn r eceipt r e quested, addressed to the trustee's post of-

fice box address set forth in this notice. Due to potential conflicts with federal law, persons having no record legal or equitable interest in the subject property will only receive information concerning the lender's estimated or actual bid. Lender bid i nformation is a l s o available a t the trustee's web s ite, www.northwesttrustee.com. Notice is further given that any person named in ORS 86.753 has the right, at any time prior to five days before the date last set for the s ale, to h a v e t h is foreclosure proceeding dismissed and the trust deed reinstated b y payment to t h e beneficiary of the entire amount then due (other than such portion of the principal as would not then be due had no default occurred) and by curing any o t he r d e f ault complained of herein that is capable of being cured by tendering the performance required under t he o bligation o r tr u st deed, and in addition to paying said sums or tendering the performance necessary to cure the default, by paying all costs and expenses actually incurred in enforcing the obligation and trust deed, together with trustee's and a ttorney's fees n o t exceeding the amounts provided by said OR S 8 6 .753. Requests from persons named in ORS 86.753 for reinstatement quotes received less than six days prior to the date set for the trustee's sale will be honored only at the discretion of the beneficiary or if r equired by the terms of the loan documents. In construing this notice, the singular includes the plural, the word "grantor" includes any successor i n interest t o t h e grantor as well as any other person owing an obligation, the performance of which is secured by said trust deed, and the words "trustee" and "beneficiary" include their respective successors in interest, if any. The trustee's rules of auction may be accessed at ww w . northwesttrustee.com and are incorporated by this reference. You may also access sale status a t ww w .northwesttrustee.com and www. USA-Foreclosure.com. For further

information, p l ease contact: Bre a non Miller Nort h west Trustee Services, Inc. P.O. Box 997 Bellevue, WA 98009-0997 5 86-1900 Lus b y , Kevin W. and Karla D. (TS¹ 795 4 .20042) 1002.267223-File No. PUBLIC NOTICE The May 20, 2014, meeting of the Bend Park 8 R e c reation District Board of Directors has been cancelled. The Board of Directors will meet in executive session at 5:30 p.m., May 20, 2014, at 799 SW Col umbia, Bend, O r e gon, pursuant t o ORS 192.660(2)(e) for the purpose of discussing real property transactions. The next regularly scheduled meeting of the board will be June 3, 2014. T he a genda a n d supplemental reports will be posted Friday, May 30, 2014, on the district's web s ite: www.bendparksandrec.org. For more information call 541-389-7275.

PUBLIC NOTICE The Mirror Pond Ad Hoc Committee will m eet from 1:00 t o 3:00 p. m . on Wednesday, May 21, 2014, in the community room at the Bend Park & R e creation D istrict Office, 7 9 9 SW Columbia, Bend, Oregon. The committee will review and discuss the Bend Hydro Dam Assessment report. The committee will meet in executive session pursuant to ORS 192.660(2)(e) for the purpose of discussing real property transactions. The agenda is posted on the district's website: www.bendparksandrec.org. For more information call 541-706-6100.

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The Bulletin Daily print edition for Monday, May 19, 2014

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