BACOLOD City – Charged with 61 counts of rape, a man was arrested in Barangay 9, Victorias City, Negros Occidental. Police officers of Cabatuan and Sagay City, Negros Occidental served the warrant issued by retired Judge Erlinda Sendino Tersol of the Municipal Circuit Trial Court in Cabatuan dated Oct. 17, 2001. The court recommended no bail bond for his temporary liberty./PN Sabajas – resident of Barangay Talanghauan, Cabatuan – was caught on the strength of an arrest warrant around 9 p.m. on July 23, it added. The suspect was detained in the lockup cell of the Sagay City police station. The 62-year-old Roel Sabajas was the No. 1 most wanted person in the police station of Cabatuan, Iloilo, a police report showed.
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Manchester United are prepared to back new manager David Moyes to the hilt in the summer transfer market and have not ruled out going after a “stellar player”. The club’s chief executive Ed Woodward insists the resources are there to recruit top-drawer talent and said they are “absolutely” able to compete for players in the £60million-£70million bracket. “We haven’t got money burning a hole in our pocket but we have got a strategy on player purchases and if David wants to go after a stellar player he can do that,” he said, in quotes carried by several of the national Sunday newspapers. United have been linked with Tottenham star Gareth Bale – a player that Moyes’ predecessor Sir Alex Ferguson tried to sign in 2007 before he joined Spurs – and there has also been speculation regarding a sensational bid to re-sign Cristiano Ronaldo, who left United for Real Madrid in 2009 for a world-record £80million fee. The Red Devils’ pursuit of playmaker Thiago Alcantara appears likely to end in defeat, with the Barcelona man now looking set to link up again with his old boss Pep Guardiola at Bayern Munich. United have also been strongly linked with Thiago’s club-mate Cesc Fabregas and may now look to step up their interest in the former Arsenal captain. “The way we worked with Alex was he would identify the transfer targets and take them to (joint chairman) Joel (Glazer) and (former chief executive) David (Gill), who would have discussions which ended with them backing him in the transfer market every single time and we see that continuing with David Moyes,” Woodward added. “We could have broken the transfer record in the past if we’d wanted to. Alex may not have got all the players he wanted but that was never down to not releasing funds. There’s never been a cut-off price.” United’s record signing remains the 2008 acquisition of striker Dimitar Berbatov from Tottenham for £30.75million. Wayne Rooney was another player United brought in for big money, but they appear relaxed about the prospect of his contract running down as speculation continues over the England forward’s future. Moyes has been repeating his mantra about wanting Rooney to stay, albeit pointing out he will not let any player become bigger than the club. Woodward says United are not currently giving Rooney’s contract special attention, despite the risk of the 27-year-old’s value plummeting – or being wiped out – over the remaining two years of his contract. Speaking to reporters in Thailand prior to Saturday’s 1-0 defeat to Singha All Stars, Woodward said: “There are no contract renewals that are being discussed. I am not sitting down with any player on an extension and there is no trigger date in the diary. Would we be afraid to run a contract down? Of course not.” Press Association
“I wanted to wait for the Argento Chase (at Cheltenham on January 25) but Barry was keen to come here. He believed he would get better ground here than anywhere in England. “If we waited for the Argento and it turned up heavy, we’d only have five or six weeks before Cheltenham. This was the right race for him but conditions weren’t perfect. “He picked himself up after a horror run and he put himself back at the front of the ball game. We know he loves Cheltenham, “He had a hard race there and whether he runs again or not (before the Gold Cup), I don’t know, but my gut says no. “We came here hoping he would respectably and to win is a bonus. After Haydock, it’s great to get him back.” Mouse Morris, trainer of First Lieutenant was satisfied with his charge, adding: “He probably wants a stiffer track but there’s no excuses.” His rider, David Casey, added: “He gave me a brilliant ride. He jumped like a buck and quickened well going to the last. “I thought I might have had it and the horse gave me everything, but the winner’s a good horse and we’re unlucky to have met him.” Winner of last season’s Cheltenham Gold Cup, Bobs Worth could finish only sixth behind Cue Card in the Betfair Chase at Haydock on his return last month, but he stepped up significantly on that effort to win the three-mile feature. First Lieutenant jumped the last in the lead but Bobs Worth (11-4 joint-favourite) found plenty for Barry Geraghty on the run in to win by a length and a half, with Rubi Ball back in third. Press Association Bobs Worth bounced back from a disappointing seasonal reappearance to land the Grade One Lexus Chase at Leopardstown. Ruby Walsh set out to make all on Rubi Ball with First Lieutenant, Bobs Worth and his fellow joint-favourite Sir Des Champs sitting on his heels through the early stages. With four fences to jump, there were a handful of contenders queuing up in behind to challenge Rubi Ball, with First Lieutenant putting in a couple of excellent leaps to put himself on terms with the leader. However, Geraghty switched Bobs Worth to the outside turning for home and he found plenty for pressure on the run to the last. He continued to dig deep all the way to the line and his triumph puts Bobs Worth right back into the Betfred Cheltenham Gold Cup reckoning. Betvictor and Paddy Power both now make him the 5-2 favourite to retain his title. Henderson said: “I would have given anything to take him out two days ago. With the ground and the weather, I wasn’t that happy with him, but the horse never stops surprising you. “You have to be handier round here than you would normally be. When I saw Barry angle him out, I said to myself obviously he thinks he’ll get there. We all know he finishes his races, except of course for Haydock. “It’s only five or six weeks since he got thumped into the ground there so to come back from that is great.
But from that point GB lost the initiative and after Jackson’s penalty corner flick rebounded off the post, Kyle Good diverted in a cross from Mitch Darling. Ireland’s physicality threw their opponents off their stride and Jackson deservedly equalised in the 36th minute after continuing his run to the byline to volley home a loose ball. GB goalkeeper George Pinner was by far the busiest in the final two quarters, producing one brilliant save to tip a penalty corner onto the post before blocking the rebound and also palming over Conor Harte’s shot in the last minute. “It’s frustrating because in both games we’ve been ahead and they’ve come back and got draws,” said Middleton in his post-match interview. “We have a lot of games left to achieve what we want to do here. “We started well and when we went 2-0 up we just had to do a few more things a bit better. We weren’t quite as good as we can be.” GB face the tournament’s lowest-ranked side China on Thursday, while Ireland take on Malaysia in their second fixture. “Overall we’re happy with the result,” said Ireland coach Craig Fulton. “We were a bit nervous in the first quarter but settled in the second quarter and got on the scoreboard. “The second half was pleasing, we created some good phases of play which was more like us.” As in their opener against the host nation, GB let an advantage slip to leave them with two points from as many games in Antwerp, where the tournament is doubling as an Olympic qualifier. Captain Barry Middleton opened the scoring after just five minutes when his cross was deflected in by Ireland’s John Jackson before a cross-shot from Mark Gleghorn, facing brother Paul in the Irish team, was expertly deflected in by Chris Griffiths. Great Britain squandered an early two-goal lead to draw 2-2 with Ireland at the World League Semi-final in Belgium. Press Association
(REUTERS)-Johnny Bairstow and Moeen Ali shared an unbroken partnership of 132 to lift England to 414 for five and a lead of 311 runs over Pakistan on the fourth day of the third Test at Edgbaston yesterday.Bairstow was unbeaten on 82 and Moeen 60 not out at the close with England in a good position to take a 2-1 lead in the four-match series if they can bowl out the touring side on the final day.After resuming on 120 for no wicket, England lost captain Alastair Cook for 66, driving a wide ball from Sohail Khan to point where Yasir Shah took a fine diving catch.Alex Hales, on 54, then edged Mohammad Amir to Younus Khan at second slip and with the Pakistan seamers bowling wide of off stump to restrict the scoring rate, Joe Root and James Vince cautiously took the total to 183 for two at lunch.Root, struggling with a back problem and dropped on 25, made 62 before he top-edged Shah to short fine leg.Vince was eight runs short of his first Test half-century when he hung his bat out to a wide ball from Amir and Younus took another neat slip catch.Gary Ballance made a patient 28 before he turned a ball from Shah to Asad Shafiq at leg slip but the arrival of Moeen at the crease changed the tempo of the game.Bairstow went on the attack and reached his eighth test fifty, off 83 balls, while Moeen displayed his full repertoire of wristy strokes and hit eight fours in a sparkling knock.ENGLAND 1st innings 297 (G. Ballance 70, M. Ali 63; S. Khan 5-96)Pakistan 1st innings 400 (A. Ali 139, S. Aslam 82, Misbah-ul-Haq 56)England 2nd innings (Overnight: 120-0)A. Cook c Shah b So. Khan 66A. Hales c Y. Khan b Amir 54J. Root c Hafeez b Shah 62J. Vince c Y. Khan b Amir 42G. Ballance c Shafiq b Shah 28J. Bairstow not out 82M. Ali not out 60Extras (b-4 lb-7 nb-8 w-1) 20Total (for 5 wickets, 125 overs) 414Fall of wickets: 1-126 A. Cook,2-126 A. Hales,3-221 J. Root,4-257 J. Vince,5-282 G. BallanceTo bat: C. Woakes, S. Broad, J. Anderson, S. FinnBowling: M. Amir 30 – 8 – 73 – 2(w-1),So. Khan 27 – 3 – 102 – 1(nb-8),R. Ali 21 – 8 – 54 – 0, Y. Shah 42 – 4 – 152 – 2,Az. Ali 5 – 0 – 22 – 0
Tournament head Roger Brennwald says “social distancing or matches played behind closed doors were out of the question for us from the start.”Roger Federer is a 10-time champion at the tournament in his hometown of Basel but he was set to miss the 50th edition of the event. He is skipping the rest of the 2020 season to let his right knee recover from two surgeries.___More AP sports: https://apnews.com/apf-sports and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports The U.S. Tennis Association has canceled several amateur events scheduled in August because of the coronavirus pandemic but is still planning to hold the U.S. Open starting Aug. 31.USTA National Championships in certain junior age groups for singles and doubles are being scrapped.That includes boys’ 18s in Orlando and girls’ 18s in San Diego in singles; boys’ 16s in Rome, Georgia, and girls’ 16s in Mobile, Alabama, in singles; and boys’ and girls’ 12s through 18s doubles in Orlando.Men’s and women’s USTA National Grass Court Championships in Newport, Rhode Island, are also among the tournaments eliminated.The USTA says “there was an inherent risk associated with hosting large numbers of individuals at one site, at one time, and would make risk mitigation difficult.” Associated Press Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditThe Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world:___The Southeastern Conference is postponing the start of volleyball, soccer and cross country competition through at least the end of August because of COVID-19. The league says that provides more time to prepare for a safe return to competition on an adjusted timeline. The decision includes all exhibition and non-conference games.Each school will be responsible for any rescheduling of non-conference contests impacted by the postponement.The league hasn’t made any announcement on the football season. The Big Ten and Pac-12 have opted to only play conference games.The SEC’s 14 athletic directors convened Monday at league headquarters in Alabama to discuss fall sports.___ The New England Patriots have joined a growing list of NFL teams who hope to play home games this season in front of a significantly reduced number of fans to help reduce the spread of COVID-19.The team announced Tuesday that it plans to play in front of about 20% of Gillette Stadium’s capacity, if approved by state and local officials. The stadium’s capacity is just under 66,000. The Patriots also informed season ticket holders that if fans are allowed at the stadium, they will be asked to adhere to physical distancing of at least six feet. Tickets will be arranged in blocks of 10 seats or fewer, with the first eight rows of the stadium not in use. Face coverings will also be required at all times, parking for home games will be free at all Gillette Stadium lots, and all tickets will be mobile. Patriots season ticket holders will have the first opportunity to purchase individual game tickets. Any remaining ticket inventory will go on sale to the general public. ___ The Latest: SEC postpones start of three fall sports July 14, 2020 The group says the sort of COVID-19 testing and universal housing planned for the U.S. Open “would logistically and financially be incredibly difficult to create” at these national events.All sanctioned tennis has been suspended since March because of the pandemic. Competition is scheduled to resume in August.___The Swiss Indoors tennis tournament has been canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic.Organizers say it would be “irresponsible and logistically difficult to go ahead” amid uncertainty about public health and the economy.
With senior floor captain Maria Carlini out for the weekend with a foot injury, the No. 14 Wisconsin volleyball team (14-4 Overall, 6-2 Big Ten) was still able to rebound from a pair of losses on the road last weekend and remain in the thick of the Big Ten race with victories over No. 9 Purdue (30-12, 30-20, 31-29) and Indiana (30-9, 30-17, 30-27).”I thought we picked up where we left off on Friday night just as far as our energy, and our quality of play and the high level,” head coach Pete Waite said. “It was a great team effort, a great team win and a great weekend.” With a season-high 7,064 in attendance on Sunday, the Badgers came out and were able to dominate the Hoosiers from the first serve. In game one, with Wisconsin leading 6-2, junior Amanda Berkley was able to put the game out of reach early with her serving as Wisconsin went on a 7-0 run to make the score 12-2.”[Berkley’s serve] doesn’t seem like anything fancy,” Waite said. “She just gets back deep and bombs it. If you are on the receiving end of one of those things, you don’t quite know where it’s going. It’s really hard for the opponent to get in a rhythm with the passers and the setters.”The Badgers were led by freshman outside hitter Brittney Dolgner with 15 kills. Taylor Reineke and Audra Jeffers also had double-digit kills with 12 and 11, respectively. Reineke lead the Badger blocker with eight rejections. “[Our blockers] did a nice job adjusting, especially today,” Waite said. “Our outside setup and our middles got some good hands on the ball. That just makes hitters doubt themselves when they see that wall up there in front of them.”The combination of the Badger’s blocking and defense, which was led by Jocelyn Wack with 18 digs, helped Wisconsin hold Indiana to a .036 hitting percentage.”Their top player, (Erica) Short, averages between four and five kills per game,” Waite said. “For her to hit negative and only have six kills says a lot for the block.”Against the higher-ranked Purdue team Friday night, UW was again able to come out and dominate in games one and two. “It was a great win for our program,” Waite said after the victory on Friday night. “After coming off the two losses on the road last week, the team really worked hard to improve themselves and that’s all we ever ask them to do.”The Badgers were able to outplay the Boilermakers in every aspect of the game — out-blocking, out-digging, out-hitting and out-serving them. “They didn’t bring their A-game,” Waite said. “I know they’ve had much better matches, but that’s the way it is in the Big Ten. You better bring your A-game because it is going to be tough out there every night.”Wisconsin, behind the serving of Berkley, was able to go on 9-0 run in game one and a 7-0 run in game two that put the games out of reach for Purdue.”Sports are great that way. You just never know when you’re going to be the one on the run,” Waite said. “Obviously so far in the last two weekends at home our team has played at a high level.”They have been very focused, very clean game. I think [our serving] put Purdue on its heels and [they] really didn’t quite know what hit them.”Game three was a much more closely fought match as the Badgers had to rally from being down game point at 29-27 to close the match out. Back-to-back kills by Jeffers tied the game at 29 apiece, and junior Megan Mills ended the game two points later with the Badgers’ sixth service ace of the game.”I thought our serve receive was really solid tonight and our serving was tough, and that’s really kept Purdue out of their offense,” Waite said. “For us to out-dig them 48-33, that’s a very good defensive team, so that says a lot for how hard our kids were working.”Even though the Badgers did out-dig the Boilermakers, Wack’s NCAA record for double-digit digs ended at 80 matches as she finished the night with only eight.With Carlini not playing Friday night, Waite turned to his freshmen to lead the team as Dolgner led all Badgers with 20 kills and a career-high five blocks. Caity DuPont, getting her first significant amount of playing time at home, had a career-high nine kills”The composure they showed was fantastic,” Waite said. “The passing gave Jackie (Simpson) a chance to move the offense around and give them an opportunity to swing at a good ball all the time. We couldn’t have asked for more.” With the pair of victories over the weekend, the Badgers showed the conference that they are still a force to be reckoned with.”I think it was [a statement],” Waite said. “It was a big confidence boost for our team. Going into it, they were all kind of wondering how it was going to go. I thought they played with a lot of confidence and maturity. “I think it is going around the rest of the league seeing how we beat Purdue in three and now Indiana today (in three), that we are here, and we’re back, and we are playing good ball.”
Verna and Peter Dauterive Hall, USC’s first interdisciplinary social sciences building, opened for the first day of classes on Monday.Dauterive Hall, which was spearheaded by the Provosts’ office rather than an individual school, will have a special emphasis on collaboration and interdisciplinary studies.Working together · The $30 million building will house several research institutes and its entire lower level will be dedicated to research. — Christine Yoo | Daily Trojan“The donor, Verna Dauterive, had a vision for the building that it be a space activated with students, and focused on collaboration,” said Rob Cooper, vice provost for academic operations and strategy.Dauterive, an honorary USC Trustee, pledged $30 million for the six-story, 110,000-square-foot building in 2008, in memory of her late husband Peter Dauterive. Construction began in fall 2012, and the building was completed on-time and on-budget at the end of June 2014.Classrooms located on the ground level of the building will host undergraduate and graduate courses across a variety of subjects in the David and Dana Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences, the Marshall School of Business, the Gould School of Law and the Sol Price School of Public Policy, among others.The centerpiece of the building is a five-story atrium that will house several research institutes including the Center for Economic and Social Research, Center for Mind and Society, Leonard D. Schaeffer Center for Health Policy and Economics, Schwarzenegger Institute for State and Global Policy and the Sol Price Center for Social Innovation.“We chose an architect that could help us create our vision of collaborative space and what it meant to researchers,” Cooper said. “The atrium building will allow collaboration to be based in the center of the [hall].”Provost Professor of Psychology and Marketing Norbert Schwarz and Dean’s Professor of Psychology Daphna Oyserman brought the USC Dornsife Mind and Society Center to the university from the University of Michigan last year. They look forward to utilizing the building.“The building has excellent research space,” Schwarz said. “The whole lower level is research space for interviews, laboratories and space for representative panels for surveys, so there’s great infrastructure.”Though much of the space will be used for research, undergraduate students are also looking to capitalize on the collaborative nature of the building.Dauterive Hall will also be looking to add more research institutes to the building. Only two of five atrium floors are currently occupied. Administrators and faculty look forward to using the remaining areas as a collaborative space.“Collaboration is always important, and is one of the hallmarks in what USC believes in for students, faculty and research centers,” said Bonnie Reiss, global director of the Schwarzenegger Institute for State and Global Policy.
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