Tuesday, April 23, 2013

The Daily Numbers for Tuesday April 23

The Daily Numbers: 6:45 a.m., what time juniors and senior will report to school at the Cypress Street location when classes resume for Penn Wood High Wednesday. Their school was damaged by arson fires last week. 10:50, when they will get out.

11:10 a.m. to 3:55 p.m., when freshmen and sophomores will attend classes.The Daily Numbers: 6:45 a.m., what time juniors and senior will report to school at the Cypress Street location when classes resume for Penn Wood High Wednesday. Their school was damaged by arson fires last week.

10:50, when they will get out.

11:10 a.m. to 3:55 p.m., when freshment and sophomores will attend classes.

460,000 dollars raised by former Congressman Joe Sestak, but he is not saying if he's running for something. 10 suspected heroin dealers busted in Chester County.

2 Chester men busted for breaking into and stealing cars from the Brandywine River Museum and Brandywine Battlefield.

12 Swarthmore College students who have filed a federal complaint alleging the school is nor reporting sex attacks on campus. They say it's a violation of the Clery Act.

1 p.m., when a threatening note was found in the bathroom at Strath Haven High School yesterday, forcing a search of the school and cancellation of all after-school activities.

72, age of Richie Havens, the iconic folk music star who opened the show at Woodstock back in 1969.

10 percent cut in air traffic controllers sparks delay in 20-30 percent of flights across the nation.

22, age of rookie pitcher who took the mound last night for the Phillies.

1990, year when Pettibone was born. He becomes the 1st player born in the '90s to play for the Phillies. 2 runs on 6 hits over 5 and a third innings for Pettibone.

0 walks give up by the rookie right-hander.

3-2 win for the Phils, the 2nd time this year they have managed to put back-to-back wins together.

69, age of Phillies Manager Charlie Manuel, who once coached Pettibone's father in Double-A ball back in 1984.

16 strikeouts for Jesse Biddle, the Phillies top minor league prospect, in blowing away the Harrisburg Senators in Reading last night. He gave up just 1 hit in 7 innings.

14 of the first 19 batters he faced were struck out by Biddle, 4 times Biddle struck out the side.

Call me a Phanatic: A look at the ups and downs of being a Philadelphia sports fan. Last night's Phillies starter, Jonathon Pettibone, was born in 1990. Yeah, I'm old.

I Don’t Get It: Wouldn't you think that just a few days removed from the horror in Boston, we wouldn't be posting threatening messages? Apparently not, because that's what happened in Strath Haven High yesterday.

Today’s Upper: Kudos to officials in William Penn School District. They are routinely under intense economic pressure, now they had to shuffle class schedules and split the class day at the Cypress Street location following the arson fire that damaged Penn Wood High.

Quote Box: “We're trying to keep things as normal as possible." - William Penn School District spokesperson Pamela Bookman, on the split schedule the district has been forced to put into place in light of arson fires that seriously damaged Penn Wood High.

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