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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,Evening Sun Staff | February 28, 1991
Jay Gangemi left the best part of his jump shot on a launching dock at Lake Ontario last June.The best part of his jump shot was his velvety touch. But Gangemi, a junior forward on the Johns Hopkins University basketball team, lost it when he lost almost the upper third of his right index finger in a boating mishap near his home in Rochester, N.Y.That Gangemi still plays basketball today -- and, more important, still has a future as a heart surgeon --...
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By C. Fraser Smith and By C. Fraser Smith,Sun Staff | March 18, 2001
When Jersey City Mayor Thomas Gangemi applied for a passport in early 1964, the U.S. State Department denied it on the grounds that he was not a citizen of the United States. This charge arose, it was said, because Gangemi had made a big enemy: Hudson County's political boss, John V. Kenny. Kenny wanted Gangemi out of his hair completely. To accomplish that feat, he cashed an IOU with Lyndon Baines Johnson, then president of the United States. Enter the State Department. Exit Mayor Gangemi: If you aren't a citizen, you can't hold public office.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Sun Staff Correspondent | January 9, 1992
WESTMINSTER -- It didn't take Jay Gangemi and his Johns Hopkins teammates long to establish the pattern for the evening.Only a few minutes into the game, the Blue Jays had a 17-8 hold on Western Maryland on 7-for-8 shooting. After nine minutes they were 13-for-17, including 7-for-7 from three-point range, for a 19-point bulge.And with 3 1/2 minutes left in the first half, Gangemi had 20 points, three above his team-high average.The end result was a 103-63 victory over Western Maryland in a Middle Atlantic Conference intersectional game last night that extended Hopkins' best start in school history to 9-0. It is the longest basketball winning streak in Blue Jays history.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Staff Writer | February 28, 1992
Last night was a desperate one for Jay Gangemi and Mark West, the only seniors on the Johns Hopkins basketball team.Gangemi will enter medical school next fall and West is an engineering major, but basketball has been a central part of their college experience, as they helped coach Bill Nelson build an unprecedented era of success at Hopkins. Their careers will continue after a 60-52 victory last night over Muhlenberg in a Middle Atlantic Conference Southern Division semifinal at the White Center.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Staff Writer | February 28, 1992
Last night was a desperate one for Jay Gangemi and Mark West, the only seniors on the Johns Hopkins basketball team.Gangemi will enter medical school next fall and West is an engineering major, but basketball has been a central part of their college experience, as they helped coach Bill Nelson build an unprecedented era of success at Hopkins. Their careers will continue after a 60-52 victory last night over Muhlenberg in a Middle Atlantic Conference Southern Division semifinal at the White Center.
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November 23, 1991
Jay Gangemi and Luke Busby scored 20 points each to lead Johns Hopkins over Albright, 79-63, in the first round of the Blue Jay Classic last night at Newton White Center.Frank Grzywacz added 10 rebounds and eight points for the Blue Jays (1-0), who led by eight at halftime.Albright (0-1) was led by Sean Minniear, who had game highs of 21 points and 13 rebounds. Mahlon Hayes added 19 points for the Lions.In the tournament final tonight at 8, Hopkins will face Hamilton, which defeated Grove City, 112-76.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Evening Sun Staff | January 9, 1992
WESTMINSTER -- It didn't take Jay Gangemi and his Johns Hopkins teammates long to establish the pattern for the evening.Only a few minutes into the game, the Blue Jays had a 17-8 hold on Western Maryland on 7-for-8 shooting. After nine minutes they were 13-for-17, including 7-for-7 from three-point range, for a 19-point bulge.And with 3 1/2 minutes left in the first half, Gangemi had 20 points, three above his team-high average.The end result was a 103-63 victory over Western Maryland in a Middle Atlantic Conference intersectional game last night that extended Hopkins' best start in school history to 9-0. It is the longest basketball winning streak in Blue Jays history.
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By Bill Free | January 16, 1992
Unbeaten Johns Hopkins was ripe for an upset last night.Jay Gangemi, averaging a team-high 18.4 points, didn't score in the first half and wound up with only 10 in the game. The problems mounted for Gangemi when he turned his ankle running down the court with 7 minutes, 55 seconds left in the first half.But fortunately for the Blue Jays, Ursinus College didn't take advantage of the situation.That enabled Johns Hopkins (11-0) to walk away with a 73-62 victory in a Middle Atlantic Conference-Southeast game at Hopkins.
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By Special to The Sun | December 13, 1991
CHESTER, Pa. -- Luke Busby scored 19 points and pulle down 10 rebounds, leading unbeaten Johns Hopkins to an 80-71 victory over Widener yesterday in a Middle Atlantic Conference Southeast game.Jay Gangemi and Lou Sabad added 12 points each for the Blue Jays, who shot 58 percent from the field. Gangemi was 4-for-5 from three-point range.A5 John Jones had a game-high 27 points for Widener.JOHNS HOPKINS (6-0, 1-0) -- Grzywacz 5-8 1-3 11, Gangemi 4-8 0-1 12, Sabad 4-8 4-4 12, Busby 5-9 7-8 19, Rotay 1-3 2-5 5, Markey 2-4 0-0 5, Shatzel 4-5 1-4 9, Knee 2-2 0-0 5, West 1-1 0-0 2. Totals 28-48 15-25 80.WIDENER (4-2, 0-1)
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Evening Sun Staff | January 16, 1992
Unbeaten Johns Hopkins was ripe for an upset last night.Jay Gangemi, averaging a team-high 18.4 points, didn't score in the first half and wound up with only 10 in the game. The problems mounted for Gangemi when he turned his ankle running down court with 7:55 left in the first half.But fortunately for the Blue Jays, Ursinus College didn't take advantage of the situation.That enabled Johns Hopkins (11-0) to walk away with a 73-62 victory in a Middle Atlantic Conference-Southeast game at Hopkins.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Staff Writer | February 28, 1992
Last night was a desperate one for Jay Gangemi and Mark West, the only seniors on the Johns Hopkins basketball team.Gangemi will enter medical school next fall and West is an engineering major, but basketball has been a central part of their college experience, as they helped coach Bill Nelson build an unprecedented era of success at Hopkins. Their careers will continue after a 60-52 victory last night over Muhlenberg in a Middle Atlantic Conference Southern Division semifinal at the White Center.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Staff Writer | February 23, 1992
Hot-shooting Johns Hopkins didn't back into postseason play, and as a result, the Blue Jays' hopes for a third straight berth in the NCAA Division III tournament are quite strong.Hopkins, already assured of a home game in the Middle Atantic Conference Southern Division semifinals next Thursday, played one of its best games of the second half of the season, putting away Washington, 85-76, before an overflow Alumni Night crowd of 1,311 at the White Center last night.Hopkins clinched the MAC Southeast Section crown, finishing the regular season 19-6 overall and 7-2 in the section.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Sun Staff Correspondent | January 23, 1992
CHESTERTOWN -- Leading scorer Jay Gangemi didn't have a point in the first 33 minutes and Johns Hopkins missed nine free throws in the last three, but the Blue Jays still managed to bang out a 73-59 victory over host Washington College last night.Score one for the defense.Hopkins, ranked No. 16 among the nation's Division III teams, has struggled offensively at times this month. The Blue Jays are always tenacious at the defensive end, however, and that has them atop the Middle Atlantic Conference Southeast Section and headed to their third straight NCAA tournament.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Sun Staff Correspondent | January 23, 1992
CHESTERTOWN -- Leading scorer Jay Gangemi didn't have a point in the first 33 minutes and Johns Hopkins missed nine free throws in the last three, but the Blue Jays still managed to bang out a 73-59 victory over host Washington College last night.Score one for the defense.Hopkins, ranked No. 16 among the nation's Division III teams, has struggled offensively at times this month. The Blue Jays are always tenacious at the defensive end, however, and that has them atop the Middle Atlantic Conference Southeast Section and headed to their third straight NCAA tournament.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Evening Sun Staff | January 16, 1992
Unbeaten Johns Hopkins was ripe for an upset last night.Jay Gangemi, averaging a team-high 18.4 points, didn't score in the first half and wound up with only 10 in the game. The problems mounted for Gangemi when he turned his ankle running down court with 7:55 left in the first half.But fortunately for the Blue Jays, Ursinus College didn't take advantage of the situation.That enabled Johns Hopkins (11-0) to walk away with a 73-62 victory in a Middle Atlantic Conference-Southeast game at Hopkins.
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By Bill Free | January 16, 1992
Unbeaten Johns Hopkins was ripe for an upset last night.Jay Gangemi, averaging a team-high 18.4 points, didn't score in the first half and wound up with only 10 in the game. The problems mounted for Gangemi when he turned his ankle running down the court with 7 minutes, 55 seconds left in the first half.But fortunately for the Blue Jays, Ursinus College didn't take advantage of the situation.That enabled Johns Hopkins (11-0) to walk away with a 73-62 victory in a Middle Atlantic Conference-Southeast game at Hopkins.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Staff Writer | February 28, 1992
Last night was a desperate one for Jay Gangemi and Mark West, the only seniors on the Johns Hopkins basketball team.Gangemi will enter medical school next fall and West is an engineering major, but basketball has been a central part of their college experience, as they helped coach Bill Nelson build an unprecedented era of success at Hopkins. Their careers will continue after a 60-52 victory last night over Muhlenberg in a Middle Atlantic Conference Southern Division semifinal at the White Center.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Staff Writer | February 23, 1992
Hot-shooting Johns Hopkins didn't back into postseason play, and as a result, the Blue Jays' hopes for a third straight berth in the NCAA Division III tournament are quite strong.Hopkins, already assured of a home game in the Middle Atantic Conference Southern Division semifinals next Thursday, played one of its best games of the second half of the season, putting away Washington, 85-76, before an overflow Alumni Night crowd of 1,311 at the White Center last night.Hopkins clinched the MAC Southeast Section crown, finishing the regular season 19-6 overall and 7-2 in the section.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Evening Sun Staff | January 9, 1992
WESTMINSTER -- It didn't take Jay Gangemi and his Johns Hopkins teammates long to establish the pattern for the evening.Only a few minutes into the game, the Blue Jays had a 17-8 hold on Western Maryland on 7-for-8 shooting. After nine minutes they were 13-for-17, including 7-for-7 from three-point range, for a 19-point bulge.And with 3 1/2 minutes left in the first half, Gangemi had 20 points, three above his team-high average.The end result was a 103-63 victory over Western Maryland in a Middle Atlantic Conference intersectional game last night that extended Hopkins' best start in school history to 9-0. It is the longest basketball winning streak in Blue Jays history.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Sun Staff Correspondent | January 9, 1992
WESTMINSTER -- It didn't take Jay Gangemi and his Johns Hopkins teammates long to establish the pattern for the evening.Only a few minutes into the game, the Blue Jays had a 17-8 hold on Western Maryland on 7-for-8 shooting. After nine minutes they were 13-for-17, including 7-for-7 from three-point range, for a 19-point bulge.And with 3 1/2 minutes left in the first half, Gangemi had 20 points, three above his team-high average.The end result was a 103-63 victory over Western Maryland in a Middle Atlantic Conference intersectional game last night that extended Hopkins' best start in school history to 9-0. It is the longest basketball winning streak in Blue Jays history.
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