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Sunday, January 16, 2011

200 Cows Die in Wisconsin Farm Field, Town of Stockton, Portage County

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An investigation is under way after 200 dead cows were found in a field in the Town of Stockton. The Portage County sheriff's office says the owner of the cattle has been working with a local veterinarian and it's believed the animals died from the infectious bovine rhinotracheitis/bovine viral diarrhea (IBR/BVD) virus. The virus can cause respiratory and reproductive problems. WSAW reports samples from the dead cows have been sent to Madison for testing. Authorities say there is no threat to humans or other animals.

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Jets Back Up Trash Talk 'Broadway Joe' Namath Style Beat Patriots 28-21

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New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez celebrates his touchdown pass to Santonio Holmes during the second half of an NFL divisional playoff football game against the New England Patriots in Foxborough, Mass., Sunday, Jan. 16, 2011.
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Jets shocker: Ryan's boys back up talk, win 28-21

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So the Jets weren't all talk — trash talk — after all. Now Rex Ryan's rowdy bunch is headed to its second straight AFC championship game after New York backed up its coach's boasts with a 28-21 win Sunday over the New England Patriots — the team with the best record in the NFL.
Mark Sanchez threw three touchdown passes and the Jets sacked Tom Brady five times in the most-hyped of the weekend's four postseason games following a week of verbal potshots from both teams.
New York led its fierce rival 14-3 at halftime before Brady's 2-yard touchdown pass to Alge Crumpler and Sammy Morris' run for a 2-point conversion made it 14-11 late in the third quarter. But Sanchez came right back with a 7-yard scoring pass to Santonio Holmes and New York finished the upset with Shonn Greene's 16-yard touchdown run.
The Jets (13-5) kept Ryan's prediction of a Super Bowl appearance alive. The Patriots (14-3) lost their third straight postseason game.
They lost last season to Indianapolis 30-17, but now have another chance for their first Super Bowl berth since 1969 when another loudmouth, "Broadway Joe" Namath, backed up his guarantee with a 16-9 win over the Baltimore Colts.. Click Here to Read More.

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Joe Namath the $400,000 quarterback out of the University of Alabama in 1965 led the New York Jets to what many still regard as the biggest upset in pro-football history, a 16-7 win over the mighty Baltimore Colts.
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Unintentional Air-Mail, Letters Found Scattered Along 65 Miles of Missouri Highway


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Mail found scattered along highway from Maryland Heights to Ste. Genevieve Co.

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January 16, 2011 www.stltoday.com

Authorities say mail was found scattered along about 65 miles of area interstates this morning, from Interstate 270 in Maryland Heights to a part of Interstate 55 in Ste. Genevieve County.
The mail was found scattered along the southbound lanes of Interstates 270 and 55. The path appeared to start at I-270 and St. Charles Rock Road.
The Missouri Highway Patrol and U.S. Postal Inspection Service are investigating and retracing the route where mail has been found.
U.S. Postal Inspector Dan Taylor said the mail fell off a contractor's tractor-trailer heading from St. Louis to Memphis. He said investigators believe a rear door was either left open or swung open during the drive.
Taylor said about 25 to 30 trays, or "several hundred" first-class envelopes, were found, likely billing statements or bills from a couple different companies addressed to recipients on west coast via Memphis.
Taylor would not disclose the names of the companies or the contractor operating the truck.
"We don't want to put anyone's name out there when we don't know who's fault it was," he said.
The driver apparently realized the door was open in Ste. Genevieve County and stopped, Taylor said. The scattered mail was reported to the highway patrol about 7:30 a.m.
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Freedom Of Information Act Tells Chilling Story Of Pearl Harbor, World War II - MOVIE VIDEO


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Sacrifice at Pearl Harbor

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This authoritative and suspenseful documentary takes you inside the secret activities of the Americans, the British and the Japanese as each nation moved fatefully toward the "date that will live in infamy." For nearly 50 years, the world has believed President Franklin D. Roosevelt's declaration that the Pearl Harbor attack was a completely unexpected assault on a neutral nation. Sacrifice at Pearl Harbor tells another, hidden story - using actual recording of intercepted diplomatic communications, declassified government documents, archival footage and interviews with diplomats and spies from around the world. We now know that intelligence operatives from the US and three Allied nations monitored the Japanese fleet's progress on its deadly mission to Oahu in late 1941. Yet neither Admiral Kimmel nor General Short received a word of warning that might have allowed them to avert the sacrifice of 4,000 American casualties in less than 90 minutes.

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Robert Stinnett is the author of Day Of Deceit: The Truth About FDR and Pearl Harbor. The book is described by Tom Roeser, former fellow of the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard, as "perhaps the most revelatory document of our time."
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Ronnie Van Zant would have turned 63, Lynyrd Skynyrd - Ballad of Curtis Lowe MUSIC VIDEO


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Background information
Birth name Ronald Wayne Van Zant
Born January 15, 1948(1948-01-15)
Jacksonville, Florida,
United States
Died October 20, 1977(1977-10-20) (aged 29)
Gillsburg, Mississippi,
United States
Genres Southern rock
Occupations Musician, Songwriter
Instruments Vocals
Years active 1964–1977
Associated acts Lynyrd Skynyrd

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The Ballad of Curtis Lowe by Lynyrd Skynyrd from the All Time Greatest Hits album

Lyrics:

Well, I used to wake the mornin'
Before the rooster crowed
Searchin' for soda bottles
To get myself some dough
Brought 'em down to the corner
Down to the country store
Cash 'em in, and give my money
To a man named Curtis Loew
Old Curt was a black man
With white curly hair
When he had a fifth of wine
He did not have a care
He used to own an old Dobro
Used to play it 'cross his knee
I'd give old Curt my money
He'd play all day for me
chorus:
Play me a song
Curtis Loew, Curtis Loew
Well, I got your drinkin' money
Tune up your Dobro
People said he was useless
Them people all were fools
'Cause Curtis Loew was
the finest picker
To ever play the blues
He looked to be sixty
And maybe I was ten
Mama used to whoop me
But I'd go see him again
I'd clap my hands, stomp my feet
Try to stay in time
He'd play me a song or two
Then take another drink of wine
chorus
Yes, sir
On the day old Curtis died
Nobody came to pray
Ol' preacher said some words
And they chunked him in the clay
Well, he lived a lifetime
Playin' the black man's blues
And on the day he lost his life
That's all he had to lose
Play me a song
Curtis Loew, hey Curtis Loew
I wish that you was here so
Everyone would know
People said he was useless
Them people all were fools
'Cause Curtis you're
the finest picker
To ever play the blues
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Packers, Steelers Advance To Title Games ROAD TO THE SUPER BOWL


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Packers, Steelers Advance To Title Games

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January 16, 2011

The Green Bay Packers took care of the top seed in the NFC, and the Pittsburgh Steelers sent home their arch rivals from the AFC North in entirely different manners Saturday.
Sixth-seeded Green Bay routed the Falcons 48-21 in Atlanta as Aaron Rodgers threw for three touchdowns and ran for one. The Packers, who won at Philadelphia last weekend, will play for the NFC title next Sunday at either Chicago or Seattle. The Packers lost in the conference championship game three years ago to the Giants.
"That's what you dream about," Rodgers said. "We have to go on the road again ... this just feels so good right now, to be able to put up an offensive performance like that, it's just incredible."
The 48 points were the most for the Packers in a postseason game. Plus, Tramon Williams had two interceptions, returning the second 70 yards on the final play of the first half, and Green Bay never punted. Other than a 102-yard kickoff return by Eric Weems in the first half, the Packers (12-6) shut down Atlanta (13-4) when the outcome was in doubt.
For the fifth time in 10 years, the Steelers are headed to the AFC championship game. They have a second-half meltdown by the Baltimore Ravens, and some clutch passes by Ben Roethlisberger, to thank for a 31-24 victory in a sloppy but compelling playoff matchup.
Trailing 21-7 at halftime, the Steelers (13-4) began playing takeaway, and the Ravens were very compliant. Pittsburgh recovered two fumbles and picked off a pass in the second half, and the Ravens had several drops, including one in the end zone by Anquan Boldin that would have given Baltimore a late lead.
Instead, Billy Cundiff's 24-yard field goal tied it, then Roethlisberger hit rookie Antonio Brown for 58 yards on third-and-19, leading to Rashard Mendenhall's 2-yard run for the winning points with 1:33 remaining.
"I saw the young fella just take off, so I'm just going to throw it up for you," Roethlisberger said.
Pittsburgh has been in the AFC title game in 2001, '04, '05 and '08, and won the Super Bowl the last two times it got this far.
On Sunday, NFC West winner Seattle is at NFC North champion Chicago, then AFC East rivals New England, the league leader with a 14-2 record, and the sixth-seeded New York Jets meet in Foxborough, Mass.
Both the Jets and Patriots beat the Steelers this season at Heinz Field.
Packers 48, Falcons 21
After Weems' kickoff runback made it 14-7, the Packers scored 35 straight points. Rodgers completed 31 of 36 passes for 366 yards and led four drives that covered at least 80 yards.
"It was one of those nights, guys made some big plays, I felt like I was in the zone, felt I escaped a few times," Rodgers said.
Defensively, the Packers had four sacks and held Atlanta to 41 yards rushing. Green Bay avenged a midseason loss at the Georgia Dome, too.
Steelers 31, Ravens 24
Baltimore grabbed its first-half lead on Ray Rice's 14-yard run; Cory Redding's 13-yard fumble return on a bizarre play in which nearly every other player stood around with the ball on the ground; and Joe Flacco's 4-yard pass to Todd Heap.
Then it all went sour, and the Ravens gained just 28 yards in the second half; they lost 4 yards in the third period
"We knew we had to play great; we knew if we didn't play great we were going to lose this game," Steelers defensive end Brett Keisel said.
Ryan Clark forced Rice's first fumble of the season on a reception, and LaMarr Woodley recovered at the Baltimore 23. Heath Miller's 9-yard TD reception capped that short drive.
When Flacco overthrew Heap, Clark returned the interception 17 yards to the Ravens 25. Three plays later, Roethlisberger connected with Hines Ward for an 8-yard touchdown to tie it.
"Hines has been doing this for like 30 years," Roethlisberger said.
Baltimore (13-5) won in the regular season at Pittsburgh, but Roethlisberger was serving the final game of his four-game suspension. The Ravens won at Kansas City in the wild-card round after the Steelers won the AFC North on a tiebreaker.
"We had a good year this year, but it's just disappointing when you feel you have a team that could have moved on," Flacco said.
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"Military-Industrial Complex" Eisenhower Warning Still Challenges A Nation

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Tanks line up to board landing ships at the French Naval Base in Tunisia, July 1943.

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January 16, 2011
NPR 

Before President Reagan urged Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev to "tear down this wall," and even before President Kennedy told Americans to ask "what you can do for your country," President Dwight D. Eisenhower coined his own phrase about "the military-industrial complex."
That statement, spoken just days before Eisenhower left office in 1961, was his warning to the nation.
At the time, the United States was sitting atop a huge military establishment built from its participation in three major wars. This buildup led Eisenhower to caution against the misplacement of power and influence of the military.
Fifty years later, the United States is engaged in two wars abroad, and some say Eisenhower's warning still holds true.


A Call For An 'Alert And Knowledgeable Citizenry'
While some historians have written off Eisenhower's farewell address as an afterthought, his grandson, David Eisenhower, says it was a speech the president spent months crafting.
"He did know it was going to have an impact," David Eisenhower tells Weekend All Things Considered host Guy Raz.
David Eisenhower is the director of the Institute for Public Service at the Annenberg School of Communication and co-authored the book Going Home To Glory: A Memoir of Life with Dwight D. Eisenhower.
It was Eisenhower's somber words about the military that caught peoples' attention.
"In the councils of government, we must guard against the acquisition of unwarranted influence, whether sought or unsought, by the military-industrial complex," he said in his farewell address. "The potential for the disastrous rise of misplaced power exists and will persist."
Eisenhower's warning was all the more powerful coming from a five-star general.
"The feeling among Eisenhower's allies was that Eisenhower had said something that in one way or another would undermine the position of many political allies that he had," David Eisenhower says.
Those allies worried that Eisenhower's words would be used against them, particularly as the Vietnam War began. Had the president handed antiwar activists a slogan they could use to oppose the conflict? David Eisenhower contends his grandfather was not concerned with the political fallout.
"I have immersed myself professionally for many years in the Eisenhower papers," he says. "I know how his mind worked. I know what his habits of expression were. This is Dwight Eisenhower in the farewell address, and he speaks the truth."
Though most people remember Eisenhower's speech for its warning about the growing influence of the Pentagon, David Eisenhower says the president had another message.
"Eisenhower's farewell address, in the final analysis, is about internal threats posed by vested interests to the democratic process," he says. "But above all, it is addressed to citizens — and about citizenship."
"Only an alert and knowledgeable citizenry can compel the proper meshing of the huge industrial and military machinery of defense with our peaceful methods and goals," Eisenhower said in his address.


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Eisenhower's message was spot-on, but came too late, says Andrew Bacevich, a retired career officer in the U.S. Army and professor of history and international relations at Boston University.
"I think we should view the speech as an admission of failure on the president's part," Bacevich tells Raz, "an acknowledgment that he was unable to curb tendencies that he had recognized, from the very outset of his presidency, were problematic."
During Eisenhower's presidency, defense spending accounted for 10 percent of gross domestic product, almost double today's percentage. But for Eisenhower to pull out the scissors and make cuts to the defense budget would have been declared anathema; the nation was prospering.
"In the 1950s, a guns-and-butter recipe seemingly had worked," Bacevich says. "We were safe and we were prosperous, so what was not to like?" That's not the case today, he says.
"We can no longer insist on having both guns and butter," Bacevich says. "We are compromising the possibility of sustaining genuine prosperity at home."
As Eisenhower warned, "Every gun that is made, every warship launched, every rocket fired, signifies in the final sense, a theft. The cost of one modern, heavy bomber is this: a modern, brick school in more than 30 cities."
Just as Eisenhower had trouble convincing Congress to re-examine the role of the U.S. military five decades ago, Bacevich says America's leadership has similar difficulties today.
"Our political institutions demonstrate an unwillingness, or an inability, to really take on the big questions," Bacevich says. "And the American people – many of them distracted by all kinds of concerns, like having a job when there's almost 10-percent unemployment — aren't paying attention."
Bacevich insists that its time for Americans to review the belief that the United States needs to maintain a global military presence to safeguard national security. "There was a time, I think, in the Eisenhower era, military presence abroad was useful," he says. No longer.
"Maintaining U.S. military forces in the so-called 'Greater Middle East' doesn't contribute to stability — it contributes to instability," Bacevich says. "It increases anti-Americanism. So why persist in the belief that maintaining all these U.S. forces scattered around the globe are necessary?"
If Americans could challenge that assumption, Bacevich says, then maybe it would be possible to have "a different and more modest national security posture that will be more affordable — and still keep the country safe."

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Eisenhower's farewell address where he warns of a "hostile idealogy", "the military industrial complex" and "the consequences of too much government funded research".
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"What's your sign ?" Horoscope Zodiac Signs Change ? So-Called 13th Sign Suggested


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Zodiac Signs Change?

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A story that the astrological chart has shifted, changing many people's signs, has caused panic. But calm down! "Everything stays the same," says astrologist Susan Miller.
Never has the question, "What's your sign?" been the subject of so much controversy. Ever since Parke Kunkle, an astronomer out of Minneapolis, gave an interview to a Minnesota TV station last Saturday, discussing how there's a so-called 13th sign, the oddly named Ophiuchus, the world has gone topsy-turvy.
Kunkle's revelation (which both astrologers and astronomers agree is old news) that the Earth's wobble—which has moved it 23 degrees since the Babylonians began reading the skies—means that the constellations have shifted. The news has provoked outrage and dismay from astrology fans. One blog headline even joked, "Parke Kunkle Must Die."
If only for a minute, people like Amanda Fialk, 32, of New York, had to come to terms with her newfound identity. A proud Gemini with a tattoo to prove it, she suddenly found herself contemplating her new, seemingly less scintillating life as a Taurus. "While I do not know much about astrology, I do know that I am definitely a Gemini. There is no doubt about the fact that I have two sides to my personality. In terms of being told that I am now a Taurus, from what I know about that sign, one of the main traits is that people are stubborn," she said. "I like to consider myself to be very open-minded and willing to change. Being told I am now a Taurus did not sit well."
Fialk was not alone; the news set Twitter and Facebook on fire. Astrologist Susan Miller, who has been dispensing long and detailed readings on her site astrologyzone.com since 1995, where she says gets 18 million page views a month, says she was getting her nails done when her iPhone started "popping like popcorn. I've never seen so many instant messages on the face of it. I couldn't keep up with them all." In quick succession, she filmed appearances on Good Morning America, CNN, and Fox and Friends, to dispel the notion that the Zodiac was changing, and—it seems—talk the entire nation off a ledge.
"Everything stays the same," she said. "This is so not new!" she said of "equinox precession," which has caused the Earth to shift gently from where it was thousands of years ago. "I got this feeling that scientists are trying to debunk astrology as if to say, 'Oh you are so silly, you don't even know your own sign, but we have been studying this for years. It's in my book Planets and Possibilities—I wrote that 10 years ago."
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A new report contends that our understanding of the zodiac signs are off by about a month. Some folks are outraged thinking their sign has changed. Do you believe in your astrological sign?
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Elephant Trainer Killed Crushed to Death at Knoxville, Tennessee Zoo


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Elephant at Knoxville, Tennessee zoo kills trainer, Stephanie James

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Saturday, January 15th 2011

An 8,000 pound elephant backed an experienced zoo keeper into a wall and crushed her to death at a Tennessee zoo, horrifying her family and colleagues.
The tragedy occurred Friday afternoon while Stephanie James, 33, was performing routine chores in the elephant stall at the Knoxville Zoo.
Edie, a 26-year-old elephant who is just under 9-feet-tall at the shoulder, pushed her into the wall.
James was transported to the University of Tennessee Medical Center, where she died Friday of internal injuries, according to Tina Rolen, assistant director of marketing at the zoo.
The Indianapolis native was one of four full-time elephant trainers at the zoo.
"At this point in time we don't believe it to be a malicious act or an aggressive act on Edie's part, but the review is ongoing to determine what happened in the barn," Rolen said.

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Man wounded in Tucson shooting arrested for alleged threats of intimidation (yells 'You're dead,') will undergo a mental-health evaluation


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Tucson shooting victim detained at taping of TV special

'You're dead,' man yells while photographing Tea Party spokesman

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A Tucson mass shooting victim was taken into custody Saturday after yelling "you're dead" at a Tea Party spokesman during the taping of an ABC-TV town hall event hosted by Christianne Amanpour.
The Pima County Sheriff's Office said J. Eric Fuller, 63, was involuntarily committed to an undisclosed medical facility, NBC News reported. The Associated Press said he was undergoing a psychiatric evaluation.
He faces charges of threats and intimidation and disorderly conduct, according to Tucson TV station KGUN.
The gathering for "After the Tragedy: An American Conversation Continued," to be shown as a special edition of "This Week" Sunday, included witnesses, first responders, victims and heroes of the Jan. 8 mass shooting that killed six and wounded 13 others, including Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, D-Ariz.
Local officials and others also packed St. Odilia's Catholic Church in northwest Tucson, where the show was taped.
KGUN reported that Fuller took exception to comments by Republican state Rep. Terri Proud and Tucson Tea Party spokesman Trent Humphries.
Fuller was in the front row and apparently became upset when Humphries suggested that any conversations about gun control should be delayed until all the dead were buried, KGUN reported.Fuller took a picture of Humphries and shouted, “You’re dead.”
Some media reports said Fuller kept booing and making other remarks before deputies escorted him from the church.
If Humphries decides not to press charges, the charges will be dropped, Pima Deputy Jason Ogan told Phoenix station KNXV.
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'Green Hornet' stings box office with $34M debut

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LOS ANGELES (AP) -- "The Green Hornet" is buzzing away with the top spot at the weekend box office.
The tongue-in-cheek superhero film starring Seth Rogen as a playboy-turned-crimefighter earned $34 million during its opening weekend, according to studio estimates released Sunday. Sony Screen Gems' "Green Hornet," which was directed by indie auteur Michel Gondry, shot down Paramount's "True Grit," the Western that reigned supreme the previous weekend.
"As we moved down the road, it got a lot of love, the love that it deserved," said Rory Bruer, Sony's president of worldwide distribution. "I think everything worked really well for the film: the timing, the release date, the marketing, and, most importantly, the film itself. It all gelled in a terrific way. We're very pleased with the results."
The weekend's other major new release, Universal's "The Dilemma," opened in the No. 2 spot. The comedy starring Vince Vaughn and Kevin James as partners at an automobile design firm earned $17.4 million. Despite driving away with the top two spots at the box office, Hollywood's first major new releases of the year didn't help to rev up ticket sales.
Hollywood's overall revenues this weekend continued the slump that's persisted through the fall and holiday season. Ticket sales this weekend totaled $115.2 million, down 25 percent compared to the same period last year, when the sci-fi epic "Avatar" continued to dominate at the box office with $42.7 million. Attendance was also down by 27 percent.
Potential Oscar contenders "True Grit," "The King's Speech" and "Black Swan" respectively followed behind "Green Hornet" and "The Dilemma." Both the royal saga "King's Speech" and ballet thriller "Black Swan" are up for several awards, including best drama motion picture and best supporting actress, at Sunday's 68th annual Golden Globes ceremony.


Estimated ticket sales for Friday through Sunday at U.S. and Canadian theaters, according to Hollywood.com. Final figures will be released Tuesday.

1. "The Green Hornet," $34 million.
2. "The Dilemma," $17.4 million.
3. "True Grit," $11.2 million.
4. "The King's Speech," $9 million.
5. "Black Swan," $8.1 million.
6. "Little Fockers," $7.1 million.
7. "Tron: Legacy," $5.6 million.
8. "Yogi Bear," $5.3 million.
9. "The Fighter," $5.1 million.
10. "Season of the Witch," $4.5 million.

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Hermann routs Harrisburg, Missouri 83-52 Wins South Callaway Girls Basketball Tournament Championship BOXSCORE


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Shelby Winkelmann has big game, scores 38 points!
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Hermann routs Harrisburg, MO
01/15 - at South Callaway
Hermann
10-4 (2-1)
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Harrisburg, MO
0-1 (0-0)
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Sat, 1/15/2011
Score by Quarters
Final
FG%
3FG%
FT%
RBS
Hermann
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15
26
83
57.69
27.27
64.5
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52
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86.7
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Team Comparison (Season Totals)
Hermann(2-1 10-4)
Harrisburg, M(0-0 0-1)
Points For | Average
899 | 64.2
52 | 52.0
Points Against | Average
594 | 42.4
83 | 83.0

Hermann Bearcats PTS FG-FGA 3FG-3FA FT-FTA FL STL AST OF DF TN BK GP
Shelby Winkelmann3813-182- 310-1233929111
Laura Rethemeyer157-110- 21-240331301
Ashley Brooks112-91- 56-812513001
Karinne Lane72-30- 13-630321101
Jamie Gleeson63-30- 00-321031001
Corby Hackmann21-40- 00-000012001
Mikaela Ruga21-10- 00-000001101
Hannah Steinbeck21-30- 00-020001111
Hayley Stiers00-00- 00-000000001
Abby Witthaus00-00- 00-000000001
Totals 83 30-52 3- 11 20-31 15 6 20 12 19 7 2 10
Percentages
57.69 27.27 64.5
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Harrisburg, MO Bulldogs PTS FG-FGA 3FG-3FA FT-FTA FL STL AST OF DF TN BK GP
Proctor188-02- 00-040000001
Heibel82-02- 02-340000001
Skaggs82-00- 04-430000001
Berkley72-01- 02-210000001
Roberts40-00- 04-400000001
Chickering21-00- 00-000000001
Ray21-00- 00-030000001
Williams21-00- 00-020000001
Hever10-00- 01-210000001
Blakemore00-00- 00-020000001
Dixon00-00- 00-000000001
Faves00-00- 00-000000001
Johnmeyer00-00- 00-010000001
Moore00-00- 00-020000001
Totals 52 17-0 5- 0 13-15 23 0 0 0 0 0 0 14
Percentages
0.00 0.00 86.7
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Team Comparison (Game Totals)
Hermann(2-1 10-4)
Harrisburg, M(0-0 0-1)
2-PT Made-Attempted
27-41
12-0
2-PT Percentage
65.85
0.00
3-PT Made-Attempted
3-11
5-0
3-PT Percentage
27.27
0.00
Total Made-Attempted
30-52
17-0
Total Percentage
57.69
0.00
Offensive-Defensive-Total Rebounds
12-19-31
0-0- 0
Free Throws Made-Attempted
20-31
13-15
Free Throws Percentage
64.5
86.7
Assists
20
0
Turnovers
7
0
Fouls
15
23
Steals
6
0
Blocks
2
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Low Scoring Duel New Haven Downs Hermann 38-29, Callaway Missouri Boys Basketball Tournament Championship BOXSCORE


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New Haven downs Hermann
01/15 - at South Callaway
Hermann
8-4 (1-1)
29
New Haven
10-1 (2-0)
38
Sat, 1/15/2011
Score by Quarters

Final

FG%

3FG%

FT%

RBS
Hermann
5

6

13

5






29

35.71

35.71

80.0

19
New Haven
5

9

12

12






38

0.00

0.00

53.8

0

Team Comparison (Season Totals)

Hermann(1-1 8-4)

New Haven(2-0 10-1)
Points For | Average
622 | 51.8

504 | 45.8
Points Against | Average
553 | 46.1

341 | 31.0

Hermann Bearcats PTS FG-FGA 3FG-3FA FT-FTA FL STL AST OF DF TN BK GP
Jake Schannuth135-112- 61-150226011
Ethan Kirchhofer62-82- 50-021102201
Craig Winkelmann51-41- 32-210204301
Jonathan Baumstark31-30- 01-220101001
Philip Wright21-20- 00-020404201
Evan Bean00-00- 00-000000001
Zach Hackmann00-00- 00-000000001
Nick Koenig00-00- 00-000000001
Jackson Logan00-00- 00-000000001
Totals 29 10-28 5- 14 4-5 12 1 10 2 17 7 1 9
Percentages
35.71 35.71 80.0
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New Haven Shamrocks PTS FG-FGA 3FG-3FA FT-FTA FL STL AST OF DF TN BK GP
Ryan Menke145-02- 02-300000001
Austin Peirick83-02- 00-130000001
Eric Engelbrecht72-01- 02-210000001
Lance Gerlemann62-00- 02-400000001
Eli Fleer31-00- 01-310000001
Totals 38 13-0 5- 0 7-13 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 5
Percentages
0.00 0.00 53.8
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Team Comparison (Game Totals)

Hermann(1-1 8-4)

New Haven(2-0 10-1)
2-PT Made-Attempted
5-14

8-0
2-PT Percentage
35.71

0.00
3-PT Made-Attempted
5-14

5-0
3-PT Percentage
35.71

0.00
Total Made-Attempted
10-28

13-0
Total Percentage
35.71

0.00
Offensive-Defensive-Total Rebounds
2-17-19

0-0- 0
Free Throws Made-Attempted
4-5

7-13
Free Throws Percentage
80.0

53.8
Assists
10

0
Turnovers
7

0
Fouls
12

5
Steals
1

0
Blocks
1

0
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