The Daily Numbers for Thursday, Oct. 13

The Daily Numbers: 70 police officers who marched in Media yesterday to denounce the actions of a court clerk in Darby Borough.

8 million dollars, how much developer Bruce Goodman was seeking his suit against Marple Township. The suit was tossed.

2 years probation for man who was acquitted in shooting of Ridley Park Officer Marc Hanly, but convicted of other reckless endangering charges.

52, age of woman found stabbed to death inside her Darby Borough home.

30,000 dollars unsecured bail for the headmaster of Haverford School. He’s now on leave after being charged with misdemeanor simple assault in an altercation with his son.

1 more school board member who is leaving the Upper Darby School Board, and citing the flap over the departure of Superintendent Earl Toole as a reason.

10 billion dollars in losses now being attributed to Hurricane Matthew.

0 severance for Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf, who is out amid scandal over bogus accounts.

100 million dollars in vested stock he retains.

24 million dollars in other benefits.

305 pounds for Halapoulivaati Vaitai, who is your new rookie starting right tackle for the Eagles.

5, as in deciding Game 5 in NLDS between the Nats and Dodgers tonight in D.C.

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

Who are you cheering for tonight? Chase Utley, Carlos Ruiz and Joe Blanton of the Dodgers, or Jayson Werth and the Nats?

I Don’t Get It: I’m still trying to get my head around the fact that this is the race for president of the United State, not high school class president, we’re talking about.

Today’s Upper: Kudos to Upper Darby police, who took the time to hand out at a local senior center and meeting residents during a “Coffee with a Cop” event.

Quote Box: “Dr. Nagl is a wonderful person who has represented our country with two tours of duty protecting us.”

- Robert Keller, attorney for the headmaster at Haverford School, who has been placed on leave in connection with incident with his son.