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Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 5, 2007, Arlington Heights, Illinois Shutout Blackhawks do little in 10 loss to open season Sports Big Picture Fox Valley Focus These are the droids youre looking for at Star Wars exhibit Time out October 2007 Pi i 356 Tribute goes the distance Trio to join marathon in their dads memory BY SUSAN SARKAUSKAS Last Peter Eller mann of Geneva was enjoying a family vacation in Colorado to celebrate his 30th wedding This his children are running the Chicago Marathon in his and to raise awareness about pan creatic the disease that took Kellie of Boston plans to go the whole 26 miles Sunday for her dad as an official racer her of Geneva will hop in around the mark as a rogue and her sis of Chicago will join in later on the Mom Sharon will cheer them I never really planned on being in a David He had been running to relieve four miles sever al times a But all of a sudden I can do Ive surprised myself that I have the capacity to run these long he He figures he can run the last 20 miles Sunday with Kel Next year hell do the whole thing as an official par They are asking people to donate money for the Pancreatic Cancer Action which pushes for research into the disease and its So theyve netted They hope for Ellermann saw a doctor about two weeks after the Col orado trip because his back and stomach It turned out the pain was from The avid bicyclist and mens league tennis play er died June He was a very charismatic Youd always remem ber said Eller mann trained then started a printing business in See MEMORY on PAGE 12 8 Cubs 4 ASSOCIATED PRESS Cubs starter Ted Lilly was pulled out of Thursdays game in the 4th inning after giving up 6 runs to the Arizona HEAD IN THE SAND gives up 6 runs early Things didnt get any easier for Cubs fans in Game 2 of the NLDS in they started out much Ted the Cubs season long stopper on the surrendered 6 runs in putting Chicago in a hole early against the Arizona Diamond Despite a few 9thinning lead 20 Game 3 Saturday Wrigley Reid TV TBS Radio WGN 720 AM sparks of the Cubs now j come home to Wrigley in need j of three straight wins to get to j the next j Our coverage of the game j continues in I Sports and in this j starting on i Page where I youll find out j why Sunday j could be a parI bad day to take a drive I in the city provided the Cubs i can force a Game I Get Cubs news on our baseball Web Visit Sports writer Marty Maciaszek breaks down Thursdays game in a video on our baseball Web Where now can Cubs fans turn for hope COMPLETE COVERAGE IN SPORTS Mike Imrem Exactly how are the this good Barry Rozner cry foul over media Dan Lilly mis handled his atbat against Chris for information on shootings By NICK WHITFIELD An Elgin neighborhood group will offer a cash reward for infor mation on three recent shootings on the citys east The Gifford Park better known for its preservation work in the Elgin Historic finalized the reward posting at a meeting Thursday night with Elgin Deputy Police Chief Robert Reward money would come from the groups mostly raised by hosting historic house If you have Information Police encourage anyone with information on the shootings to call the Elgin Police Departments Crime Line at 847 The reward is for infor mation leading to an arrest and conviction in any of three shoot ings a July 26 shooting that left two a 12 shooting that wounded one and a 23 shooting that wounded There have been no arrests in any of the If multiple tips lead to multiple the reward will be According to who attended the meeting to advise the group on their new this may be the first time a neigh group has made such an offer in Gifford Park Association Presi dent Dan Miller hopes that in addition to helping solve the recent the reward might serve as a deterrent to fur ther crime in the Such an effect is according to Although rewards dont necessarily lead directly to Beeter they still help by raising public Theres really no Beeter It shows the neigh is united and wants to get these things solved and is will ing to put their money where their mouth If someones on the fence or apprehensive about coming for Beeter sometimes a reward can be a Time to hug it out Bad blood worsens in Springfield Bv JOHN PATTERSON DAILY HERALD Govi EDITOR SPRINGFIELD Political gridlock at the state Capitol has become so one legislative leader suggested Thursday it might be time to bring in a relationship Holding aloft Chicago relationship counselor Kate Wachs book Relationships for Dum House Republican leader Tom Cross said she should be summoned to help break the Legislative and specifically the ruling Democratic remain at odds on nearly every major The result is that billions worth of gambling mass transit education funding and property tax relief for Cook County all hang in She has a very good chapter on good com And one of the things she talks about is finding compromises that work for you and your an Oswego Republi joked on the House I thought See STATE on PAGE 12 ASSOCIATED Sergei son of former Soviet Nikita looks at a model of Sputnik Thursday at the Adler Planetarium in Khrushchevs son Soviets won race Associated Press A celebrated American astronaut and the of former Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev agree the launch of the first manmade 50 years ago this week was an influential event in both their j But when Jim Lovell and Sergei Khrushchev met Thursday in Chicago to mark the anniver sary of that they diverged on the question of which country won the space race launched by Sputnik The 73yearold Khrushchev put it in terms of a game The Soviets won 3 to he told The Associ ated The Soviets launched the first the first man in the first manned space Americans have one See SPACE on PAGE 11 Gayles girlfriend shot to death Page 12J Weather Summer hangs on Temperatures in 80s See the back of Local Focus Todays headlines A comprehensive list of all area craft shows through the holiday lake in the Hills will host McHenry Countys first Park and Ride Page 2 PreSS 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