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By Michael Yockel and Michael Yockel,Special to The Sun | February 25, 1994
Almost 30 years ago, Arthur Lee was the man.Tall, lanky, dressed in wild checkered pants, red sweater and leather jacket, and wearing triangular, blue-tinted glasses, he cut something of a conspicuous figure, even on Los Angeles' flamboyant Sunset Strip. In the spring of 1966, Mr. Lee and his band, Love, tumbled out of L.A.'s hurly-burly folk-rock scene (the Byrds, Sonny and Cher, the Mamas and the Papas, the Turtles) with a hit single (a rambunctious cover of Bacharach and David's "My Little Red Book")
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,SUN STAFF | March 23, 1998
ST. LOUIS -- His Rhode Island teammates were gone. So were the coaches. But Cuttino Mobley remained. Bent over at the waist, his eyes staring dejectedly at the floor, Mobley got a good feel for the Stanford celebration around him. It was a celebration that, minutes before, he thought he'd be a participant in.But it was Stanford whopartied yesterday, taking advantage of an epic Rhode Island collapse that was as sudden as it was unexpected. It resulted in a 79-77 win that gave the Cardinal the Midwest Regional title and a trip to San Antonio for next week's Final Four.
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By Ann LoLordo | February 3, 1992
Raymond Lee offered the lion's head to his brother, Arthur."No, I don't want the head," Arthur said.The 15-pound, bearded Chinese carnivore coyly batted its green eyes and wiggled its red ears."
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By Michael Yockel and Michael Yockel,Special to The Sun | February 25, 1994
Almost 30 years ago, Arthur Lee was the man.Tall, lanky, dressed in wild checkered pants, red sweater and leather jacket, and wearing triangular, blue-tinted glasses, he cut something of a conspicuous figure, even on Los Angeles' flamboyant Sunset Strip. In the spring of 1966, Mr. Lee and his band, Love, tumbled out of L.A.'s hurly-burly folk-rock scene (the Byrds, Sonny and Cher, the Mamas and the Papas, the Turtles) with a hit single (a rambunctious cover of Bacharach and David's "My Little Red Book")
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,SUN STAFF | March 23, 1998
ST. LOUIS -- His Rhode Island teammates were gone. So were the coaches. But Cuttino Mobley remained. Bent over at the waist, his eyes staring dejectedly at the floor, Mobley got a good feel for the Stanford celebration around him. It was a celebration that, minutes before, he thought he'd be a participant in.But it was Stanford whopartied yesterday, taking advantage of an epic Rhode Island collapse that was as sudden as it was unexpected. It resulted in a 79-77 win that gave the Cardinal the Midwest Regional title and a trip to San Antonio for next week's Final Four.
NEWS
July 27, 2008
On July 20, 2008, ARTHUR LEE HARRIS. On Monday, friends may call Vaughn C. Greene Funeral Services (East), 4905 York Road where the family will receive friends from 3 to 8 P.M. On Tuesday, services will beheld held at 1st. Apostolic Faith Church, 27 S. Caroline Street, where the family will receive friends 10 to 10:30 A.M with services to follow. Inquiries to (410) 433-7500.
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January 27, 2008
On January 20, 2008, JAMES EDWARD. Survived by devoted wife, Rosa Lee, sons, Glenn E., Gregory J., Geoffrey L. (Aldene) and Gary L. (Zenna); daughters, Roslyn D. Cole (Thomas), Rhonda L. and Renee; brother Arthur Lee of DE; sisters Fannie Toles, Ophelia Payton, Eva Pointer and Juanita Spruill, 11 grandchildren, seven great-grandchildren and a host of other family and friends. Friends may call the family owned WYLIE FUNERAL HOME P.A. OF BALTIMORE COUNTY, 9200 Liberty Road on Sunday from 1-5pm.
SPORTS
November 10, 1998
The Associated Press' 1998-99 preseason All-America team,selected by a 72-member national media panel:Player ............ School .... PosRichard Hamilton .. UConn ...... FMateen Cleaves .... Mich. St. .. GElton Brand ....... Duke ....... CLee Nailon ........ TCU ........ FAndre Miller ...... Utah ....... GOthers receiving votes (in alphabetical order): Ed Cota, N. Carolina; Baron Davis, UCLA; Khalid El-Amin, Connecticut; Obinna Ekezie, Maryland; Evan Eschmeyer, Northwestern; Jumaine Jones, Georgia; Trajan Langdon, Duke; Arthur Lee, Stanford; Todd MacCullough, Washington; Mike Madsen, Stanford; BJ McKie, S. Carolina; Lamar Odom, Rhode Isl.; Scott Padgett, Kentucky; James Posey, Xavier; Laron Profit, Maryland; Omar Sneed, Memphis; Wally Szczerbiak, Miami, Ohio; Jason Terry, Arizona; Jamel Thomas, Providence; Kenny Thomas, N. Mexico; Tim Young, Stanford.
NEWS
February 18, 2004
Annie Pearl Chapman Williams, a Morgan State University administrator, died of breast cancer Feb. 11 at her White Marsh home. She was 54. Born Annie Pearl Chapman in Grove Hill, Ala., she earned a bachelor's degree from Alabama State University, and master's degrees from Purdue University and the University of Kentucky. She taught biology at Morehouse College, Howard University and Prince George's Community College before joining the Morgan faculty in 1999. She was program manager for Morgan's Research Centers for Minority Institutes.
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November 28, 1990
Dorsey Shreve Waxter, 90, a former manager of the women's Hamilton Street Club, died Sunday at Keswick after a long illness.A memorial service was being held today today at Emmanuel Episcopal Church, 811 Cathedral St.Mrs. Waxter lived in the Roland Park area for many years.She managed the Hamilton Street Club during the 1960s.In the late 1930s and early 1940s, she managed the food service at the Plimhimmon Hotel in Ocean City, which had been built by her grandmother, Rosalie Tilghman Shreve.
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By Ann LoLordo | February 3, 1992
Raymond Lee offered the lion's head to his brother, Arthur."No, I don't want the head," Arthur said.The 15-pound, bearded Chinese carnivore coyly batted its green eyes and wiggled its red ears."
NEWS
November 28, 1990
A memorial service for Dorsey Shreve Waxter, a former manager of the women's Hamilton Street Club, will be held at 11 a.m. today at Emmanuel Episcopal Church, 811 Cathedral St.Mrs. Waxter, who was 90 and lived in the Roland Park area for many years, died Sunday at Keswick after a long illness.For a time during the 1960s, she managed the Baltimore club.In the late 1930s and early 1940s, she managed the food service at the Plimhimmon Hotel in Ocean City, which had been built by her grandmother, Rosalie Tilghman Shreve.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | July 29, 2003
A crowd of people partying in the Bywater neighborhood early Sunday unleashed a hail of rocks and bottles at two police officers who showed up in response to complaints from neighbors, Annapolis police said yesterday. Officers Adam Dufresne and Scott Allen dodged the thrown objects, but the window of a police cruiser was smashed, police said. City police spokesman Hal Dalton said late-night outdoor gatherings in the neighborhood are not unusual but that attacks on officers are rare. Dalton said residents had complained several times that night about the group of 75 to 100 people, many with bottles of alcohol, who had gathered in the 1900 block of Copeland St. When the officers arrived at 12:50 a.m. to tell people to go home, a man approached with an open bottle of rum and said he wasn't going anywhere, Dalton said.
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