The Daily Numbers for Tuesday, Nov. 15

The Daily Numbers: 107,000 square feet in the new Springfield High School.

375 to 427 parking spaces

131 million dollar price tag.

22, age of man being sought in connection with theft of ambulance in Ridley.

1 city firefighter injured in a fire in Chester.

2 families displaced in the blaze.

4 cats perished in the fire.

29, age of woman killed in traffic crash in Chester over the weekend.

6 saluted in Haverford High’s first annual Hall of Fame class.

99, age of Ridley man who has tied the knot. His bride is 88.

61, age of PBS news host and journalist Gwen Ifill, who died of cancer yesterday.

72, age of Philadelphia Archbishop Charles Chaput, who is being passed over for cardinal position in the church.

3, as in No.3 in nation Villanova. The men’s hoops teams went into No. 15 Purdue and escaped with a 79-76 win.

67 percent increase in hate crimes targeting Muslims, according to new study.

115-88 blowout loss for Sixers in Houston last night.

33 points for James Harden.

13 points for Joel Embiid.

5 of 19 shots made by the Sixers in the third quarter

1-4 mark for the Eagles on the road, as opposed to 4-0 at home. They are in Seattle next Sunday. 3 TD passes for Eli Manning as Giants posted a 21-20 win over the Bengals on Monday Night Football.

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

This Sunday the Eagles will be looking at what is sometimes referred to as a statement game in Seattle. Win and they achieve a new level of respect. Lose and they’re just another also-ran.

I Don’t Get It: Donald Trump saying he’s sorry about hate incidents, then naming Steve Bannon as a chief strategist. I don’t get it.

Today’s Upper: Kudos to Philly Mayor Jim Kenney, who denounced hate crimes in the city that have been on the uptick since the election.

Quote Box: “Every time we have change we see resistance.”

- Springfield resident, on proposal for new high school.