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By Tom Wicker | May 16, 1991
ONCE AGAIN the Rehnquist court has shown its appetite for nibbling away at the constitutional protections we once thought we had, without discarding those protections entirely.The latest example is our newly curtailed right -- not just some suspected criminal's right, but that of every American -- to prompt release if one of us has been arrested mistakenly or without proper cause.Don't think it can't happen to you. Police are entitled to make arrests without a warrant when, for example, they witness a crime in progress, or think they have some other reason to collar a suspect.
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By Jeff Barker and The Baltimore Sun | April 4, 2014
The daughter of an NBA player or coach must make certain sacrifices. The league's time commitment could hardly be more demanding. Maryland freshman guard Lexie Brown is a realist. She knows that her father - Sacramento Kings assistant coach Dee Brown - would have a difficult time breaking away from his team to watch Lexie and the Terps in Sunday night's Final Four game against undefeated Notre Dame in Nashville, Tenn. But she remained hopeful. “Every year since about 10th grade he's really missed a lot of my basketball seasons, but he's always managed to make it to the state playoffs and now the Elite Eight game,” she said Thursday.
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By Jeff Barker and The Baltimore Sun | April 4, 2014
The daughter of an NBA player or coach must make certain sacrifices. The league's time commitment could hardly be more demanding. Maryland freshman guard Lexie Brown is a realist. She knows that her father - Sacramento Kings assistant coach Dee Brown - would have a difficult time breaking away from his team to watch Lexie and the Terps in Sunday night's Final Four game against undefeated Notre Dame in Nashville, Tenn. But she remained hopeful. “Every year since about 10th grade he's really missed a lot of my basketball seasons, but he's always managed to make it to the state playoffs and now the Elite Eight game,” she said Thursday.
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By Connor Letourneau, The Baltimore Sun | August 14, 2012
Lexie Brown prides herself on preparation. She appreciates organization and understands the importance of planning ahead. So when the Maryland women's basketball recruit became one of three high school seniors selected to the Under-18 USA National Team in May, she was nervous. Not to spend 11 days apart from her family training with the squad in Colorado. Not even to face the world's top competition. No, Brown's chief concern was maintaining her unblemished grade-point average.
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By Connor Letourneau, The Baltimore Sun | August 14, 2012
Lexie Brown prides herself on preparation. She appreciates organization and understands the importance of planning ahead. So when the Maryland women's basketball recruit became one of three high school seniors selected to the Under-18 USA National Team in May, she was nervous. Not to spend 11 days apart from her family training with the squad in Colorado. Not even to face the world's top competition. No, Brown's chief concern was maintaining her unblemished grade-point average.
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By Robyn Norwood and Robyn Norwood,LOS ANGELES TIMES | March 31, 2005
They look nothing alike, the three guards of Illinois, yet people have the darnedest time separating them. Which is the best? The most indispensable? The best shooter? The toughest defender? The top NBA prospect? There is Dee Brown, the Big Ten Player of the Year, a streak shooter with braids, a bright orange mouthpiece and the quickness to pick a player's pocket with the game on the line. There is Luther Head, who escaped a controversial scrape with the law after a burglary at an off-campus apartment before last season to remain on the team - and became not only the Illini's leading scorer this season, but their most productive three-point shooter as well.
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March 17, 2006
TOP PERFORMERS Sean Ogirri, Wichita State -- The sophomore guard hit six three-pointers and finished with 23 points. Chris Lofton, Tennessee --The sophomore guard's last-second 19-foot jumper helped the second-seeded Volunteers avoid an upset by Winthrop. Brandon Roy, Washington -- The senior guard's 28 points included four of the Huskies' season-high-tying 12 three-pointers. SURPRISES Wichita State -- The Shockers won their first NCAA game since 1981 and were appearing in their first game since 1988.
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December 11, 1997
BaseballMajor League Baseball: Named Cornell professor Dana Eischen independent arbitrator, replacing Nicholas Zumas.Pirates: Agreed to terms with P Jeff Tabaka on one-year contract.Rockies: Acquired former Orioles OF Curtis Goodwin from Reds for P Mark Hutton. Traded OF Terry Jones and player to be identified to Expos for P Dave Veres and player to be identified.White Sox: Agreed to terms with C Charlie O'Brien on two-year contract and C Chad Kreuter on one-year contract. Designated P Al Levine and P Larry Thomas for assignment.
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By PAUL MCMULLEN and PAUL MCMULLEN,SUN REPORTER | December 16, 2005
Illinois coach Bruce Weber must wear a protective boot for a few more weeks as he mends the ankle he broke on the morning of Nov. 28, the day the Fighting Illini traveled to North Carolina. Chester Frazier, his backup point guard from Baltimore, is out with a thigh injury. Dee Brown appears to be picking up speed, however, which is welcome news for the nation's somewhat surprising No. 9 team. Brown was part of the three-guard attack that took Illinois to a 29-0 start and its first NCAA final last season.
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By Arthur Hirsch and Arthur Hirsch,Staff Writer | December 22, 1992
After an hourlong Caldor expedition, Dee Dee Brown peered into her shopping cart and seemed perplexed, as if she didn't quite remember how all this merchandise got there: velour pants, cartoon stickers, sweat shirt, troll, telephones, a pair of little reindeer antlers for Rex, a Labrador retriever.As the register rang $103.55 worth of stuff, Ms. Brown wondered aloud why she had purchased so much.The answer is written on the calendar and stamped into the psyche, piped through ceiling speakers at the mall and jingled from the car radio.
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March 17, 2006
TOP PERFORMERS Sean Ogirri, Wichita State -- The sophomore guard hit six three-pointers and finished with 23 points. Chris Lofton, Tennessee --The sophomore guard's last-second 19-foot jumper helped the second-seeded Volunteers avoid an upset by Winthrop. Brandon Roy, Washington -- The senior guard's 28 points included four of the Huskies' season-high-tying 12 three-pointers. SURPRISES Wichita State -- The Shockers won their first NCAA game since 1981 and were appearing in their first game since 1988.
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By PAUL MCMULLEN and PAUL MCMULLEN,SUN REPORTER | December 16, 2005
Illinois coach Bruce Weber must wear a protective boot for a few more weeks as he mends the ankle he broke on the morning of Nov. 28, the day the Fighting Illini traveled to North Carolina. Chester Frazier, his backup point guard from Baltimore, is out with a thigh injury. Dee Brown appears to be picking up speed, however, which is welcome news for the nation's somewhat surprising No. 9 team. Brown was part of the three-guard attack that took Illinois to a 29-0 start and its first NCAA final last season.
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By Robyn Norwood and Robyn Norwood,LOS ANGELES TIMES | March 31, 2005
They look nothing alike, the three guards of Illinois, yet people have the darnedest time separating them. Which is the best? The most indispensable? The best shooter? The toughest defender? The top NBA prospect? There is Dee Brown, the Big Ten Player of the Year, a streak shooter with braids, a bright orange mouthpiece and the quickness to pick a player's pocket with the game on the line. There is Luther Head, who escaped a controversial scrape with the law after a burglary at an off-campus apartment before last season to remain on the team - and became not only the Illini's leading scorer this season, but their most productive three-point shooter as well.
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December 16, 2002
Dee Brown, 94, whose Homeric vision of the American West, meticulous research and masterly storytelling produced the 1970 best-seller Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee: An Indian History of the American West, died Thursday at his home in Little Rock, Ark. Mr. Brown was a librarian who was writing books after his children had gone to bed when his best-seller Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee was published. The book, which sold more than 5 million copies, told a grim, revisionist tale of the ruthless mistreatment and eventual displacement of the Indians by white conquerors from 1860 to 1890.
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December 11, 1997
BaseballMajor League Baseball: Named Cornell professor Dana Eischen independent arbitrator, replacing Nicholas Zumas.Pirates: Agreed to terms with P Jeff Tabaka on one-year contract.Rockies: Acquired former Orioles OF Curtis Goodwin from Reds for P Mark Hutton. Traded OF Terry Jones and player to be identified to Expos for P Dave Veres and player to be identified.White Sox: Agreed to terms with C Charlie O'Brien on two-year contract and C Chad Kreuter on one-year contract. Designated P Al Levine and P Larry Thomas for assignment.
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By Arthur Hirsch and Arthur Hirsch,Staff Writer | December 22, 1992
After an hourlong Caldor expedition, Dee Dee Brown peered into her shopping cart and seemed perplexed, as if she didn't quite remember how all this merchandise got there: velour pants, cartoon stickers, sweat shirt, troll, telephones, a pair of little reindeer antlers for Rex, a Labrador retriever.As the register rang $103.55 worth of stuff, Ms. Brown wondered aloud why she had purchased so much.The answer is written on the calendar and stamped into the psyche, piped through ceiling speakers at the mall and jingled from the car radio.
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By Ken Rosenthal | January 29, 1992
LANDOVER -- "DNP-CD."That isn't an acronym for President Bush's plan to revive the economy. It's NBA shorthand for "Did Not Play -- Coach's Decision." Five words that say it all. Five words that keep following Tony Massenburg's name.The former Maryland star chalked up his third DNP-CD in eight games as a Boston Celtic last night, removing his sweatpants but never his green warmup jacket during a 98-87 victory over the Washington Bullets.Massenburg, 24, also helped fill bench space with San Antonio ** and Charlotte earlier this season.
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By Ken Rosenthal | January 29, 1992
LANDOVER -- "DNP-CD."That isn't an acronym for President Bush's plan to revive the economy. It's NBA shorthand for "Did Not Play -- Coach's Decision." Five words that say it all. Five words that keep following Tony Massenburg's name.The former Maryland star chalked up his third DNP-CD in eight games as a Boston Celtic last night, removing his sweatpants but never his green warmup jacket during a 98-87 victory over the Washington Bullets.Massenburg, 24, also helped fill bench space with San Antonio ** and Charlotte earlier this season.
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