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By From Staff Reports | November 21, 1994
Senior forward T. J. Hall, last year's Patriot League MVP,led Navy to a 91-63 exhibition win over Korabel (Ukraine) at Alumni Hall yesterday.Hall, from Port Jefferson, N.Y., scored 22 points, grabbed five rebounds, hit all four of his attempts from three-point range and made seven assists.Korabel's Oleg Tkatch scored 26 points and added four assists and four steals to his totals.Navy received solid contributions in the middle from junior center Alex Kohnen (17 points, 11 rebounds) and senior forward Wes Cooper (14 points, nine rebounds)
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January 10, 2012
Harford Community College's Shelby Key, a point guard for the Fighting Owls women's basketball team, was named a MD JUCO Student-Athlete of the Month for her efforts on the hardwood December. Key was a star on the court for the Fighting Owls as soon as the calendar turned to the year's final month. The rookie point guard totaled 17 assists in a conference victory over Anne Arundel and followed that performance with a triple-double in a win over Delaware County. Key scored 10 points with 12 assists and a career-high 13 rebounds in that contest while adding a then-career-high eight steals.
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January 10, 2012
Harford Community College's Shelby Key, a point guard for the Fighting Owls women's basketball team, was named a MD JUCO Student-Athlete of the Month for her efforts on the hardwood December. Key was a star on the court for the Fighting Owls as soon as the calendar turned to the year's final month. The rookie point guard totaled 17 assists in a conference victory over Anne Arundel and followed that performance with a triple-double in a win over Delaware County. Key scored 10 points with 12 assists and a career-high 13 rebounds in that contest while adding a then-career-high eight steals.
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By Mark Stroh and Mark Stroh,KNIGHT RIDDER/TRIBUNE | April 8, 2001
BROOMALL, Pa. - It is a scenario police often face, routine but potentially dangerous. A car is traveling erratically down a suburban street. An officer pulls the car over. The driver is sweating, unresponsive and lethargic. The driver could be drunk, or under the influence of drugs. But also highly posible, the driver could be a diabetic suffering from insulin shock. Making sure that police are aware of the possibility is the point of a class on recognizing special needs being taught to municipal police officers statewide.
SPORTS
July 25, 1991
The Cleveland Indians demoted reliever Doug Jones, their all-time save leader, to Class AAA Colorado Springs yesterday.Jones had the right to refuse the assignment and become a free agent, but said he would report to the minors. If he had opted for free agency, he would have forfeited more than $700,000 remaining on his $2.05 million salary for this year."That decision wasn't hard at all," Jones said.He said he wasn't surprised that no team claimed him off waivers."Who wants my contract?" he said.
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August 6, 1991
Philadelphia Phillies outfielder Lenny Dykstra said yesterday that he had accepted an offer to enter an Accelerated Rehabilitation Disposition program stemming from charges after his May auto crash.Under terms of the program, which is offered to first-time defendants who face charges such as those faced by Dykstra, he will have his license suspended for three months, serve an unspecified probation and pay a fine. He must also attend safe-driving classes.Dykstra was arraigned yesterday in suburban Delaware County (Pa.)
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By Mark Stroh and Mark Stroh,KNIGHT RIDDER/TRIBUNE | April 8, 2001
BROOMALL, Pa. - It is a scenario police often face, routine but potentially dangerous. A car is traveling erratically down a suburban street. An officer pulls the car over. The driver is sweating, unresponsive and lethargic. The driver could be drunk, or under the influence of drugs. But also highly posible, the driver could be a diabetic suffering from insulin shock. Making sure that police are aware of the possibility is the point of a class on recognizing special needs being taught to municipal police officers statewide.
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By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | February 26, 1997
MEDIA, Pa. -- John E. du Pont, a frustrated athlete who used his family's fortune to surround himself with world-class wrestlers, was convicted yesterday of killing Olympic gold medalist David Schultz on the grounds of the country estate he had turned into a private training camp.After seven days of deliberations, the jury decided that du Pont, 58, was guilty of third-degree murder but mentally ill on Jan. 26, 1996, when he shot the wrestler three times at point-blank range with a .44-caliber Magnum.
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January 16, 1992
Barkley, teammate threatened in barCharles Barkley and Philadelphia 76ers teammate Jayson Williams were embroiled in a barroom dispute yesterday in Chicago during which police said the players were threatened by a man wielding a knife.Williams said he had been advised by his lawyer not to comment. But he did say, "I wasn't charged, the [Chicago] man was charged." In response to a question about Barkley's part in the incident, Williams said, "Charles wasn't involved."Neither Barkley nor team officials commented.
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August 9, 1991
Philadelphia Phillies center fielder Lenny Dykstra pleaded innocent yesterday in a Delaware County (Pa.) courtroom to a charge of drunken driving stemming from a May 6 auto accident that sidelined him for two months.Assistant District Attorney David Bloom read the charges against Dykstra in an appearance before court master Robert Chuk that lasted less than two minutes.Chuk entered the plea and set a pretrial conference for Feb. 17, at which time a trial date would be arranged.* INDIANS: A Texas man has accused Cleveland pitcher Eric King of assaulting him after a game against the Rangers.
NEWS
By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | February 26, 1997
MEDIA, Pa. -- John E. du Pont, a frustrated athlete who used his family's fortune to surround himself with world-class wrestlers, was convicted yesterday of killing Olympic gold medalist David Schultz on the grounds of the country estate he had turned into a private training camp.After seven days of deliberations, the jury decided that du Pont, 58, was guilty of third-degree murder but mentally ill on Jan. 26, 1996, when he shot the wrestler three times at point-blank range with a .44-caliber Magnum.
SPORTS
By From Staff Reports | November 21, 1994
Senior forward T. J. Hall, last year's Patriot League MVP,led Navy to a 91-63 exhibition win over Korabel (Ukraine) at Alumni Hall yesterday.Hall, from Port Jefferson, N.Y., scored 22 points, grabbed five rebounds, hit all four of his attempts from three-point range and made seven assists.Korabel's Oleg Tkatch scored 26 points and added four assists and four steals to his totals.Navy received solid contributions in the middle from junior center Alex Kohnen (17 points, 11 rebounds) and senior forward Wes Cooper (14 points, nine rebounds)
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January 16, 1992
Barkley, teammate threatened in barCharles Barkley and Philadelphia 76ers teammate Jayson Williams were embroiled in a barroom dispute yesterday in Chicago during which police said the players were threatened by a man wielding a knife.Williams said he had been advised by his lawyer not to comment. But he did say, "I wasn't charged, the [Chicago] man was charged." In response to a question about Barkley's part in the incident, Williams said, "Charles wasn't involved."Neither Barkley nor team officials commented.
SPORTS
August 9, 1991
Philadelphia Phillies center fielder Lenny Dykstra pleaded innocent yesterday in a Delaware County (Pa.) courtroom to a charge of drunken driving stemming from a May 6 auto accident that sidelined him for two months.Assistant District Attorney David Bloom read the charges against Dykstra in an appearance before court master Robert Chuk that lasted less than two minutes.Chuk entered the plea and set a pretrial conference for Feb. 17, at which time a trial date would be arranged.* INDIANS: A Texas man has accused Cleveland pitcher Eric King of assaulting him after a game against the Rangers.
SPORTS
August 6, 1991
Philadelphia Phillies outfielder Lenny Dykstra said yesterday that he had accepted an offer to enter an Accelerated Rehabilitation Disposition program stemming from charges after his May auto crash.Under terms of the program, which is offered to first-time defendants who face charges such as those faced by Dykstra, he will have his license suspended for three months, serve an unspecified probation and pay a fine. He must also attend safe-driving classes.Dykstra was arraigned yesterday in suburban Delaware County (Pa.)
SPORTS
July 25, 1991
The Cleveland Indians demoted reliever Doug Jones, their all-time save leader, to Class AAA Colorado Springs yesterday.Jones had the right to refuse the assignment and become a free agent, but said he would report to the minors. If he had opted for free agency, he would have forfeited more than $700,000 remaining on his $2.05 million salary for this year."That decision wasn't hard at all," Jones said.He said he wasn't surprised that no team claimed him off waivers."Who wants my contract?" he said.
NEWS
By Knight-Ridder | March 20, 1991
PHILADELPHIA -- Sylvia Seegrist goes to aerobics five times a week, takes physics and writing courses for college credit, works in the prison laundry and, according to her mother, is more stable than she's been for the last 15 years of her tortured life.The wild, dark eyes that glared out from the newspaper photos are no longer wild.And now, despite her psychotic rampage through the Springfield Mall with a $107 department-store rifle in October 1985 -- a rampage that killed two men and a 2-year-old child and wounded seven others -- and despite her sentence of three life terms in a state that doesn't parole lifers, Sylvia Seegrist hopes someday to be released.
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