The Daily Numbers for Friday, Oct. 21

The Daily Numbers: 100 people who packed Brookhaven Municipal Building last night for debate between Leanne Krueger-Braneky and Patti Rodgers Morrisette.

161st state House race, that’ the one to watch in Delco.

23, age of Aston woman charged with illegal straw gun purchases. Cops say she then turned the guns over to her boyfriend,who was prohibited from such purchases.

50-round drum magazine that was purchased for one of the guns.

1st place for Upper Darby Police Department in yesterday’s SWAT competition at the county Emergency Services Training Center. 1 misdemeanor count of simple assault withdrawn against the headmaster at the Haverford School.

10 Novbember, when Springfield residents will get a look at the plans for their new high school.

118 million dollar price tag for the school, and that’s the low end.

3, as in Day 3 of the strike by professors at state universities. The two sides are expected to return to bargaining table today.

4 of 22 corruption convictions against former Congressman Chaka Fattah tossed by judge.

50 years of Flyers celebrated last night before team’s home opener with honors for late owner Ed Snider.

3-2 loss by Flyers to Coyotes.

1 for 7 for the Flyers 1st line power play unit.

3-2 lead for Cubs over Dodgers in the NLCS after they beat L.A. last night.

1908, the last time the Cubs won a World Series.

17 seasons in the NBA for Sixer Elton Brand. He announced his retirement yesterday.

3 TD passes for Aaron Rodgers as Packers beat the Bears on Thursday night NFL action.

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

Hey, at least those wrist bands the Flyers handed out last night stayed in the stands.

I Don’t Get It: Did Donald Trump think his quip about respecting the elections results if he wins was funny? I don’t get it.

Today’s Upper: Kudos to all those who packed the Brookhaven Municipal Building last night for the 161st state House public forum. Democracy in action.

Quote Box:
“We know that the vast majority of illegal guns on the streets used for violence and crime are a result of straw purchase.”

- D.A. Jack Whelan.