The Daily Numbers for Thursday, Nov. 3

The Daily Numbers: 3, as in Day 3 of the SEPTA strike.

3 straight nights of talks that have failed to reach a deal.

699,927 paid by the HEADstrong Foundation for a house in Swarthmore they want to use to house families of those getting cancer treatment in the region. Some in the community are opposing it.

21 November, when the hearing will continue and neighbors who oppose will be heard from.

19, age of son of Upper Darby state Rep. Margo Davidson, who now faces heroin charges.

10 charges of upskirting that a Chester Township man entered a plea to in Delco court.

17, age of Delaware teen who was gunned down in Chester.

1 million dollar surplus discovered in the Upper Darby School District budget.

23, age of Tiffany Trump, daughter of The Donald, who was campaigning for her dad here in Delco yesterday.

5 bills to attack opioid abuse signed by Gov. Tom Wolf yesterday, including 1 sponsored by Sen. Tom Killion.

11 a.m., when Delco Republicans will hold press conference on allegations of fraud in voter registrations in Delco.

108 years, how long it’s been since the Chicago Cubs won a World Series.

12:47 a.m. when that streak ended.

8-7 win in 10 innings for the Cubs.

4-3 win in OT for the Flyers over the Red Wings.

109-93 loss for the Sixers in Charlotte.

12 points in 23 minutes for Jahlil Okafor, on restricted duty as he comes back from knee injury.

0-4 start for the Sixers.

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

Josh Huff provided the quote of the year yesterday: “What professional athlete don’t have a gun?”

I Don’t Get It: Pro athletes and guns. I don’t get it.

Today’s Upper: Kudos to the Chicago Cubs and their long-suffering fans. Next year is here.

Quote Box: “We are giving a family a place to live.”

- HEADstrong Foundation leader Cheryl Colleluori, on push to use a home in Swarthmore for families of relatives in region to get cancer treatment.