The Daily Numbers for Friday, Oct. 14

The Daily Numbers: 220 people who packed the Drexelbrook yesterday for an appearance by Ivanka Trump, daughter of the GOP presidential nominee.

0 questions about Donald Trump’s controversial comments about women.

20-25 cars with flat tires from debris on Blue Route and I-95 this morning.

300 dollar uptick set in sewer costs in Rose Valley; they’re closing they’re outdated borough system and tapping into a new one.

300 wine selections now available at Acme supermarket in Concordville Town Center.

700 types of beer also available there.

1 person stabbed to death in Chester.

2 separate shooting incidents also under investigation in the city.

25, age of missing woman in Upper Darby.

1 person struck and seriously injured on Baltimore Pike near the state police barracks in Middletown.

1 person struck and killed by car in Chester County.

4-3 win for Dodgers over Nats to advance to NLCS.

12 points for Joel Embiid even as the Sixers got blown out again, this time by the Wizards.

Call me a Phanatic: A look at the ups and downs of being a Philadelphia sports fan.

Chase Utley, Carlos Ruiz and Joe Blanton are going to another NLCS. Good for them. Let’s hear it for Philliles West!.

I Don’t Get It
: I have to admit I feel bad about the charges filed against the headmaster of Haverford School. This really seems like a private family incident that got out of hand.

Today’s Upper: Kudos to the Acme in Concord, which is the latest supermarket to roll out wine sales in the region.

Quote Box: “Get a life. Get real. Things happen.”

- Trump supporter at the Drexelbrook, why she is standing by him despite his comments about women.