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By ORLANDO SENTINEL | June 2, 1997
ORLANDO, Fla. -- Spurned in an earlier attempt to hire Chuck Daly as coach, the Orlando Magic finally persuaded him to take the job after talks were renewed this past weekend, NBA sources confirmed yesterday.Daly, 66, is prepared to sign a three-year deal worth about $15 million. His hiring could be announced as early as today, unidentified sources said.Magic general manager John Gabriel would not confirm Daly's hiring. Reached at his office yesterday, Gabriel said: "We have had discussions, but no details have been finalized."
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 20, 2014
When Jim Berkman says there is no Sam Bradman on Salisbury's roster, he was referring to the team's apparent lack of stars. Tufts coach Mike Daly certainly feels otherwise. Berkman said Tuesday morning that there is no Bradman or Kylor Berkman or Jason Coffman on the team, referring to the absence of a standout player on this year's squad. And that's fine with the veteran coach. “It's been a really enjoyable season,” Berkman said Tuesday morning during a conference call.
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April 30, 2006
Rowena Daly, formerly of Baltimore, MD, daughter of Edith C. Daly and the late Robert J. Daly, will marry Sean Andrews on Saturday, May 13, 2006 in Central Park's Conservatory Gardens. Rowena is a graduate of Western High School and Catholic University of America and Sean is a graduate of Bates College, and in the fall will receive his Masters at Columbia University. The couple resides in NYC.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | July 12, 2013
Henry K. Daly, a retired Howard County businessman and World War II pilot, died Monday of heart failure at Annondale, his Woodbine home. He was 93. The son of a Baltimore & Ohio Railroad accountant and a homemaker, Henry Kenneth Daly was born in Baltimore and raised in the city's Pimlico neighborhood. A 1938 graduate of Polytechnic Institute, he enlisted in the Army Air Forces, where he was trained as a B-25 pilot. Mr. Daly was assigned to the China-Burma-India theater, where he flew missions over the treacherous Himalayas.
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November 21, 2004
On November 17, 2004, ANNA DALY; beloved wife of the late Albert Daly; cherished mother of Tim and Nancy; "Me-Mom" of Eric, Shannon, Kevin, Colleen, Brian and seven great-grandchildren. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held Monday, 10:30 A.M., at the Church of the Ascension, 4603 Poplar Avenue, Halethorpe. Interment to immediately follow in the New Cathedral Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be directed to National Ataxia Foundation, 2600 Fernbrook Lane, N. Ste 119 Minneapolis, MN 55447-4752.
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May 11, 2005
On May 8, 2005, GLADYS DALY of Maryland, devoted wife of the late Daniel W. Daly, loving mother of Daniel Jr., and his wife Patricia the late David Daly and his wife Barbara, Gerald and John and his wife Barbara, she is the beloved sister of Janet Wilmot of Norton, MA, cherished grandmother of 15 grandchildren, 25 great-grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to call Loring Byers Funeral Directors Inc., 8728 Liberty Road (2 miles west of beltway exit 18B)
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June 25, 2006
On June 21, 2006, MARGARET E. DALY (nee Fackler); beloved wife of the late Eugene J. Daly, Sr.; devoted mother of Eugene J. Daly, Jr., his wife Elsa, Ann Wedekind, her husband Charles and Ann's twin sister, the late Pam Sullivan; sister of Nelson Fackler; dear grandmother of Michael Lewns, Diane Roche, David Dixson, Kelly Murphy, Jennifer, Jaclyn, Christopher and the late Kevin Daly, also survived by twelve great-grandchildren. Friends may call at the family owned Ruck Towson Funeral Home, Inc., 1050 York Road (beltway exit 26)
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By ASSOCAITED PRESS | May 11, 1992
MACON, Ga. (AP) -- Long-hitting John Daly, winner of last year's PGA championship, has married his girlfriend, who had sued him for palimony, her attorney said.Daly, 25, married Bettye Fulford, 39, on Friday at a private ceremony in Arkansas, Macon attorney Carl Reynolds said."It's a wonderful end to all of their much-publicized personal problems, precipitated not as much by their own doing as by the manipulations by those around them," Reynolds said.While Daly was in Augusta for The Masters tournament, the two got together and hammered out their differences, Reynolds said.
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By Vic Ziegel and Vic Ziegel,New York Daily News | March 10, 1994
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. -- John Daly is talking about M&Ms and Diet Coke and Marlboros and Jack Daniel's. For him, three out of four ain't bad, might make him rich, might even keep him alive.No, he doesn't know exactly how much he poured down his throat when he was really drinking, which he isn't doing now, he says. Not one drop in 14 months, he says.His girlfriend, Paulette Dean, remembers a room-service meal in Hawaii last year, chocolate cake. The golfer thought he tasted amaretto in the frosting and ran into the bathroom, leaned over the sink, spitting it away.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,Sun Staff Writer | June 2, 1994
POTOMAC -- Finding room on their schedules for the Kemper Open often has been a troublesome task for the biggest names on the PGA Tour, especially since the now-$1.3 million event moved to Avenel seven years ago.Whether it was coming to the Tournament Players Club course a year before it was ready -- when it could have been called The Unkempt Open -- or being squeezed in between more prestigious tournaments on the calendar, the Kemper Open seemed to lack star appeal.Until this year.Even though the course is still a bit spotty after being ravaged by ice storms last winter, and that a date two weeks before the U.S. Open is still no bargain, the Kemper Open has perhaps its strongest field since leaving nearby Congressional.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | March 18, 2013
The university's decision to suspend 27 Tufts players for using sexist and racist comments during a women's volleyball game may have cost the Jumbos a pair of losses to New England Small College Athletic Conference opponents. But coach Mike Daly said he stood behind the penalty. “No regrets whatsoever,” he said Monday morning prior to Tufts practicing at Stevenson's Mustang Stadium in Owings Mills in preparation for Tuesday night's game against the No. 2 Mustangs. “We've got great kids, we've got a great university, and we've got a great lacrosse program.
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By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun | June 1, 2012
Elizabeth Ann Daly, who was a past Maryland state regent of the Daughters of the American Revolution, died of congestive heart failure Monday at her Woodbine home. She was 91. Born Elizabeth Ann Prentiss in Baltimore and raised in Howard Park, she was a 1937 Forest Park High School graduate. She later attended Strayer Business College and went to work as a secretary. She married H. Kenneth Daly, a manufacturer's representative for science lab equipment, in 1941. They lived in Lochearn for many years.
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By Gus G. Sentementes, The Baltimore Sun | March 26, 2012
Owen Daly II, who served in the Navy during two wars and was a top executive at two Baltimore-based banks, died Thursday of heart failure at his Lutherville home. He was 87. Mr. Daly was born in Denver, Colo., and attended the Gilman School in Baltimore, where he graduated in 1943. His father had graduated from Gilman. After graduation, Mr. Daly attended a Navy program at the University of Pennsylvania, after which he served as an assistant gunnery officer in the Pacific theater for three years during World War II. He would later serve in the Korean War for two years and left the Navy as a lieutenant.
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By Jamie Smith Hopkins, The Baltimore Sun | March 6, 2011
Violent unrest in the Mideast is raising thorny issues for multinational companies and nonprofits with employees and assets in the region. Stay or evacuate? And would trying to leave put workers in even more danger? These are the kinds of questions that Annapolis-based iJET Intelligent Risk Systems works to answer. Effectively an intelligence agency for the business crowd, iJET is part of the international risk-management industry that works to ensure that companies can conduct business safely in all corners of the globe.
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By Bill Dwyre, Tribune Newspapers | July 16, 2010
ST. ANDREWS, Scotland — It was a strange and fascinating Thursday, this opening round of the 150th anniversary British Open. The past and future trumped the present. From the depths of memory came lumbering John Daly, 44 and no longer lumbering. His greatest moment in golf was 50 pounds ago at the 1995 British Open, which he won at this same seaside shrine to the game. His second-greatest moment, with apologies to his 1991 PGA Championship title, might well have been the 6-under 66 he shot Thursday.
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By Tim Smith | tim.smith@baltsun.com and Baltimore Sun reporter | April 4, 2010
Of all the incisive moments in Terrence McNally's "Master Class," his Tony Award-winning tribute to the astonishing Maria Callas, the most compelling may be when "La Divina" - as her devoted fans called the soprano - mentions criticisms she received: "They said they didn't like my sound. But they didn't like my soul." When Tyne Daly delivers that line in the Kennedy Center's exhilarating new production of the play, you feel all the truth and pain behind it. By that point in "Master Class," it's kind of hard to remember that the real Callas isn't on the Eisenhower Theater stage revealing her inner self, so persuasively does Daly animate the character.
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By Corky Meinecke and Corky Meinecke,Knight-Ridder | May 29, 1992
DETROIT -- By hiring Chuck Daly as coach yesterday, th New Jersey Nets might have done irreparable damage to their reputation as one of the cheapest -- and most inept -- organizations in the NBA.Daly's three-year contract is believed to be worth nearly $4 million, but the Nets are confident of a healthy return on their investment. Daly, who resigned as Pistons coach more than three weeks ago, took Detroit to two NBA titles."Orlando got Shaquille O'Neal in the lottery," Nets general manager Willis Reed said, "but I think we won the lottery as far as coaches are concerned."
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Staff Writer | February 9, 1993
It was all sweetness and light when former Washington Bullets forward Bernard King joined the New Jersey Nets last weekend. But this is an unfolding story worth watching for its explosive potential.If nothing else, King's acquisition for the bargain waiver price of $60,000 presents the question of whether Willis Reed, the Nets chief of operations, or Chuck Daly, the head coach, is calling the shots.On Jan. 23, Reed, tired of answering questions about King's limbo status, said: "I've already told you we have no interest in Bernard, and I don't want to react every time someone reports something.
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By Teddy Greenstein On golf | February 25, 2010
Just when you're ready to dismiss John Daly as a washout and a quitter, he reminds you why he remains appealing enough to merit a new reality TV series. (Or at least why the Golf Channel thinks he does.) Daly says stuff you'd never hear from another professional athlete. Candid stuff, like his take that Tiger Woods will return to golf sooner than most believe. "I honestly think he's not going to miss the Masters," Daly said Wednesday in a telephone interview to promote the eight-episode "Being John Daly," which debuts Tuesday.
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By Tim Smith and Tim Smith,tim.smith@baltsun.com | October 16, 2009
"This is a complete farce," says a character in Terry Johnson's "Hysteria." "If I saw it in the theater, I wouldn't believe it." You might feel the same if you catch the stylish Rep Stage production of this 1993 play at Howard Community College, but you're likely to find yourself absorbed, amused, even a little astonished, as well. "Hysteria" has a historical starting point, the 1938 meeting in London between the fatally ill Sigmund Freud and the fanatically self-absorbed Salvador Dali.
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