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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 14 May 2010

MEN’S TENNIS NCAA D-III Regionals UCSC vs. Claremont 1 p. m. Claremont PCFL HIGH SCHOOL TRACK AND FIELD 2: 30 p. m. King City High MTAL Championships SEMI-PRO FOOTBALL 1 p. m. Soquel High TIME PLACE Vipers at Gladiators NCFL TBA Gilroy High Vikings at Barnstormers HIGH SCHOOL TRACK AND FIELD 10 a. m. Watsonville High MBL Championships HIGH SCHOOL LACROSSE SCCAL Tournament final 2 p. m. Scotts Valley High Aptos at Scotts Valley CYCLING Scotts Valley criterium 3 p. m. Scotts Valley over for Nate Larson, whose contract was not renewed after four seasons. Scotts Valley [ 13-11, 6-6] will find out if it advances to the CCS playoffs on Saturday. Both of the Falcons’ graduating seniors ended on a high note. Kailey Payne hit a pair of doubles, scored twice and picked up an RBI. Erika Houseman went 2-for-3 with a double. Nikki Owens [ 4-6 SCCAL] earned the win by pitching five scoreless innings, allowing one hit and striking out nine. lar season with a 10-0 win over Santa Cruz in an SCCAL ga...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 14 May 2010

Continued from D1 By ANDREW BAGGARLY San Jose Mercury News Associated Press manager the rest of the season. because the matter hadn’t been discussed between them before DeRosa said it publicly. CARLOS AVILA GONZALEZ/ AP Dallas Braden celebrates throwing a perfect game against the Rays on Sunday. Braden pitched the 19th perfect game in major league history. Sheets shows promise as Oakland loses in extra innings Rangers lay down the law TONY GUTIERREZ/ AP The Rangers’ Ian Kinsler reacts to being called out as the A’s catcher Josh Donaldson looks to the umpire in the seventh inning of a game that went to 12 innings Thursday in Arlington, Texas. The Rangers won 2-1. It’s an elite — and eclectic club Braden has joined. Former A’s pitcher“ Catfish” Hunter posted one of the worst starts after a perfect game, allowing eight earned runs in six innings but still getting a win over Minnesota in 1968. According to research conducted by the Orange County Register, dating back to 1909, pitchers h...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 14 May 2010

Van Damme, who rides with Santa Cruz County Cycling Club, beat teammate Grant Stoner with a time of 3: 50.47 to Stoner’s 4: 14.54. men’s division of the Central Coast Cyclo-Cross downhill race No. 3 at Toro Park in Salinas on Sunday as the top finisher from Santa Cruz County. EQUESTRIAN Scotts Valley’s Emily Hogye will compete with her Stanford vaulting team in their first sectional trial Saturday in Saratoga. Fish Rap ALLEN Weather, bite, seasons fi nally come together MOUNTAIN BIKING Jeff Van Damme won the sport “You’ve got to have a goal, you’ve got to go for something,” Watson told The Associated Press last June, a few months before she set out in her pink 34foot sailboat for the voyage of nearly 23,000 nautical miles. Thousands are expected to line Sydney Harbor on Saturday to offer a hero’s welcome to the 16-year-old Watson, who has battled 40-foot waves, multiple knockdowns and critics who called her too immature and inexperienced for the treacherous journey. SYDNEY ( AP) — A...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 14 May 2010

SOCCER Charlie Davies is blaming Sochaux for his failure to make the United States’ preliminary squad for the World Cup, saying he feels “let down” by his French club. The striker claims Sochaux president Alexandre Lacombe wrote to the U. S. coaching staff without his knowledge, saying that Davies was Defending champion Federer The top-ranked Federer beat Swiss countryman Stanislas Wawrinka 6-3, 6-1 and secondranked Nadal saw off big-serving John Isner of the United States 75, 6-4. TENNIS Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal reached the quarterfinals of the Madrid Masters with straight-set victories. San Diego San Francisco Los Angeles Colorado Arizona St. Louis Cincinnati Milwaukee Chicago Pittsburgh Houston Philadelphia Washington New York Florida Atlanta 9 10006 National League Padres 1, Giants 0 San Francisco San Diego ab r h bi ab r h bi Hairstn cf-rf-lf 4 0 0 0 Rownd cf 4 0 0 0 HrstnJr ss 4 0 0 0 Schrhlt rf 3 0 0 0 AdGnzl 1b 4 0 1 0 Sandovl 3b 3 0 0 0 Headly 3b 4 0 1 0 A. Huff 1b 3 ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 14 May 2010

“Top-tier women’s pro racing is underserved in Northern California,” said Borba.“ We wanted to put on a big race for women. There is a $ 3,000 purse for the women and $ 2,000 for the men.” Another thing that distinguishes the race is that Davis and fellow organizer Anthony Borba wanted to highlight women’s racing. He also noted that it’s a twilight criterium, starting in the late afternoon, with the premier professional events starting at 5 p. m. for the women and 8 p. m. for the men. “Our race is totally different and designed to engage the community,” Davis said.“ This course is short and the riders will race on city streets. Competitors circle the course many times, giving spectators the chance to see the entire race.” A Scotts Valley resident and cycling enthusiast and co-team director of the women’s Third Pillar Cycling team, Davis expects hundreds of athletes to participate in the twilight criterium and even more spectators to cheer them on. The Grand Prix begins at 3 p. m. an...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 15 May 2010

GARDEN, C8 SATURDAY MAY 15, 2010 Santa Cruz Sentinel COOL WEATHER VEGETABLES | HOME& GARDEN, FOGGY MICROCLIMATES PERFECT FOR GARDENS INNER CIRCLE | SPORTS, C12 BYTHENUMBERS SERVING SANTA CRUZ COUNTY SINCE 1856 Local Democrats vow to protect health and social services By KURTIS ALEXANDER kalexander@ santacruzsentinel. com DAN COYRO/ SENTINEL Karly Perino is a third-year English teacher at Watsonville High who got a pink slip for the second year in a row. By DONNA JONES djones@ santacruzsentinel. com SCHOOL LAYOFFS BILL MONNING, D-Carmel our state.’ vulnerable in most budget. It’s seeking to balance the defi cit on the immoral ‘ It’s an S a n t a C r u z p o l i c yma k e r s decried the governor’s new budget proposal Friday, saying it reverses decades of progress toward building a safety net for the state’s poor. The $ 83 billion spending plan, which reflects “I t ’ s a n immoral budget,” said state Assemblyman Bill Monning, D-Carmel.“ It’s seeking to balance the deficit ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 15 May 2010

Oh boy! The cowbells rossdrum: Went for spin on the trail and who comes F-iJ motoring by halfway through? Team Rabobank! Super cool to get to ride with a Pro Tour team! -ato:: AmgenPD: RT SjHoppyBri Benjml: Just got done with feature tune in tonite between 5 through Corralitos. /" cycling_new5: No paint allowed on the chalk is ok. iSchalkbot are you going to be there^ 000 scsen,inel: 4 free P airs of tickets to evening SLl Carmichael (Lance's trainer] Monday. O' ouo DM for your pair hit" ; - ' Get the latest news and updates on the Tour of California. Live updates, slide shows, stories, video and more. www. santacruzsentinel. com/ tour — Associated Press FANTASY 5 DAILY 4 6 4 6 4 1: Dispatchers: Woman brandishes gun at neighbor 2: Drug bust nets pounds of heroin, meth in Live Oak, guns in Santa Cruz 3: Cops and Courts: Driver jailed after suspected hit-and-run 4: State budget brings troubled waters for lifeguards 5: Party house database: 6: Pleasure Point resident, ab diver drowns a...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 15 May 2010

LOS ANGELES Gray whale dies near Dana Point “She knew what you were capable of and did nothing,” Kelly King said. “She lacked the humanity and human decency to do the right thing ...” Brent King, turning to address her in her front-row seat, said she would always bear“ our pain on your soul.” The Kings on Friday also blamed Gardner’s mother, Catherine Osborn, for failing to stop her son, who served five years of a six-year prison sentence for molesting a 13-year-old neighbor in 2000. Chelsea’s parents are leading a campaign for“ Chelsea’s Law” to allow life sentences for some convicted child molesters in California and lifetime electronic monitoring of others. The bill, which cleared its first legislative committee last month, would also ban sex offenders from parks. Gardner’s crimes have sparked a far-reaching review of how California deals with sex predators, a campaign that advocates hope to take to Washington, D. C., and to state legislatures. pared remarks. Moncayo said she cam...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 15 May 2010

“A n d t h a t ’ s w h e n a sense of panic came over Miss Davis,” Lewis said, adding that among the students behind the locked door was a female “special needs child.” “She saw no one was addressing the fight, she went with another teacher to break it up,” Lewis said. While she was in the hall, she heard her classroom door“ not only shut, but lock.” Davis, 40, was fired Monday night after the recording of the April 29 beating Davis’ attorney, Chip Lewis, said he believed the lawsuit would bring to light problems at the school that led to the confrontation. He said she was forced to become“ not only an educator but also a bouncer, an enforcement officer.” Reagins suffered a black eye and other bruises in the attack. His mother, Alesha Johnson, filed a lawsuit Thursday against Davis and the school. Davis took no questions about her attack on Isaiah Reagins at Jamie’s House Charter School, a Houstonarea alternative school. dent.” “I apologize for the pain that the result of this situa...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 15 May 2010

“The local people in the area are claiming these are innocent civilians who have been killed,” Bashary said.“ We are investigating those claims.” In that raid, Breasseale said, the victim came out of the house with a shotgun.“ He clearly presented hostile intent and they yelled at him to drop the weapon and he refused to do it,” he said. Breasseale was skeptical of claims that the people inside the house thought they were being attacked by criminals.“ That seems to be the running line for anyone who was hit in a night raid these days,” he said. There are 68 seats in Baghdad up for grabs in the new 325-seat parliament, and new vote tallies could easily have erased Allawi’s razor-thin lead. “The recounting process and the re-tally process have proven the integrity and honesty of the electoral process,” Qassim alAboudi, an official with Iraq’s election commission, told a news conference Friday. BAGHDAD — A full recount of votes for Baghdad province from Iraq’s parliamentary elections s...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 15 May 2010

The four countries — Tanzania, Rwanda, Uganda and Ethiopia — formalized a permanent Nile River Basin commission. Other countries including Kenya, the Democratic Republic of Congo and Burundi signaled they would support the agreement in coming months. Egypt and Sudan did not send delegations to the signing. U G A N D A Upriver countries sign Nile pact Palestinian youth shot dead WEST BANK A Palestinian medical JERUSALEM ( NYT) — A 16-year-old Palestinian boy who had been throwing stones at Israeli cars passing his West Bank village near the city of Ramallah was shot dead on Thursday after an Israeli settler whose car was hit opened fire. The confirmed death toll stands at 66 from the pair of explosions that rocked Russia’s largest underground coal mine, about 1,800 miles east of Moscow, last weekend. Rescue operations at the Raspadskaya mine in western Siberia were suspended Thursday because of heavy concentrations of explosive methane and fires in the tunnels. On Friday, Emergencies...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 15 May 2010

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 15 May 2010

1,800 1,400 1,300 1,200 1,100 1,000 900 800 J F A M 10,620.16 2,346.85 J F M AM J F M AM 1,135.68 High 10,780.75 Low 10,537.25 Pet. change from previous: -1.98% PETER High 1,157.19 Low 1,126.14 WWW. SANTACRUZSENTINEL. COM High 2,374.53 Low 2,323.63 Pet. change from previous: -1.88% ‘ Prepaid’ gains among cell phone users Pet. change from previous: -1.51 % SATURDAY May 15, 2010 Columnist Peter Boutell is on vacation this week. By PETER SVENSSON Associated Press slice of the market. By EVELYN NIEVES Associated Press By JENNIFER PITTMAN jrpittman@ comcast. net GRAPHON CORP. MORTGAGE ALERT! 4.25% 15 YR FIXED 3.75% 5/ 1 ( 4.31% APR) ( 3.85% APR) As the recession forced more people to cut costs, prepaid service appealed to a broader Lending a Hand W AT S O N V I L L E Military invites Granite bid Unlike contract plans that bill subscribers each month for the Now prepaid service looks like it will get even more attractive, with further price cuts. That’s because wireless carriers have hit ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 15 May 2010

FUNERALS Lie. No. FD799 FUNERALS FUNERALS NANCY R. BURKE KENNEDY 426-1601 475-2464 Santa Cruz Memorial Oakwood Chapel 3301 Paul Sweet Rd., Santa Cruz • FD-1530 Santa Cruz Memorial Mission Chapel 1927 Ocean St., Santa Cruz • FD-1476 Two Locations to Serve You versity open for business that day and to ensure that demonstrators do not interfere with the tour.” UCSC officials could not be reached Friday to comment. However, in a memo sent out Friday, UCSC provost and executive vice chancellor Dave Kliger said “teach-in” demonstrations scheduled for Tuesday will be conducted without disrupting the work of UCSC faculty, staff or students. The message did not address potential conflicts between protests and the race, nor did it mention the additional police on campus. Students protesting against tuition increases proposed by the UC regents shut down campus March Still, UCSC officials asked sheriff’s deputies to help manage crowds and 35-40 deputies will be assigned to campus Tuesday. Anoth...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 15 May 2010

w6l CLAIMS 7 ow praises Singing Lena Horne’s Europe postpones day of reckoning AMY DAVID Modernizing Miranda: A new consensus? CHARLES SEE KRAUTHAMMER ON A11 pioneering civil-rights activist, breaking racial barriers for generations of AfricanAmericans who have followed L ena Horne died this week at the age of 92. More than just a brilliant singer and actress, she was a a crisis. The Europeans unveiled a big, bold package of rescue measures that caught some Euroskeptics off guard. “We were looking for Armageddon,” the manager of one big hedge fund took collective financial action in E uropeans just did something that they talk about endlessly in the abstract, but rarely achieve in practice: They I don’t envy the Chinese authorities. They’re sitting atop what is arguably the last big bubble. Bloomberg News reported Tuesday that China’s inflation accelerated in April, its bank lending exceeded forecasts and its property prices jumped by a record amount. As the Chinese watch rioters in...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 15 May 2010

Great to see everyone on bikes Budget cuts hurt kids It improved the car traffic; people were driving more carefully due to the number of bikes on the road. The more people riding bikes on the road, the better — safety in numbers. It reminded me of my trip to Amsterdam; there, cycling is truly part of the culture. It’s not just for the hard-core Spandex-clad crowd. JOE SHERER, Capitola It was great to see all of the kids, families, individuals riding their bikes to work and school. THESE ARTICLES ARE MUCH HARDER TO READ IN 3-D RICK LONGINOTTI, Santa Cruz The citizens of Santa Cruz may soon have a chance to weigh in on whether the city has enough water for UC Santa Cruz growth. In 2006, an 80 percent majority of citizens approved Measure J, requiring that any expansion of water service be submitted to a vote of the people. In spring 2007, a UCSC lawsuit succeeded in getting the election results dismissed on account of a technical error. The City Council promised to return Measure J t...

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