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By Joan Jacobson and Larry Carson and Joan Jacobson and Larry Carson,Staff Writer | January 7, 1994
Larry Stewart, a basketball star in his days at Coppin State College who now plays for the Washington Bullets, was shot and stabbed by four intruders who broke into his Relay home early today and tied him up.Mr. Stewart was taken to the Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore.Dr. Roy A. M. Myers, the surgeon who operated on Mr. Stewart this morning, said he will recover fully from his wounds.A Baltimore County police spokesman said the intruders ransacked the home, in the 900 block Oakmoor Drive, where Mr. Stewart was sleeping, and fled after shooting him in the neck and stabbing the 24-year-old athlete in the thigh.
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By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | July 9, 2004
NEW YORK - A federal judge refused yesterday to grant Martha Stewart a new trial, paving the way for the celebrity homemaker to be sentenced next week for lying about a stock sale. Judge Miriam Goldman Cedarbaum, in U.S. District Court in Manhattan, brushed aside claims by Stewart and her former stockbroker that their convictions are tainted by charges that a Secret Service ink expert lied on the witness stand. "Because there is no reasonable likelihood that this perjury could have affected the jury's verdict, and because overwhelming independent evidence supports the verdict, the motions are denied," Cedarbaum wrote.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Staff Writer Staff writer Michael James contributed to this article | January 8, 1994
Washington Bullets forward Larry Stewart escaped serious injury after being shot in the neck during a break-in at his Baltimore County home early yesterday, but several questions remain about the attack.Baltimore County police said the four intruders had apparently staked out Mr. Stewart. "We think he was targeted due to the nature of the ransacking," said Sergeant Stephen R. Doarnberger, spokesman for the county police. But he declined to describe how the house was ransacked.Police also refused to discuss any motives in the attack, but they are investigating whether there is a link between yesterday's attack and an attempted break-in on Oct. 23 at Mr. Stewart's house in the 900 block of Oakmoor Drive in Relay.
BUSINESS
By Patricia Hurtado and Patricia Hurtado,NEWSDAY | June 8, 2004
NEW YORK - A federal judge has delayed the sentencing of Martha Stewart and her former broker Peter E. Bacanovic until July 8, allowing her lawyers time to prepare written legal arguments in an effort to win her a new trial. U.S. District Judge Miriam Cedarbaum was scheduled to sentence Stewart and Bacanovic, her former Merrill Lynch broker, on June 17. The decision to delay the sentencing was granted Friday and confirmed yesterday by the office of U.S. Attorney David N. Kelley and Stewart's defense attorney, Robert G. Morvillo.
SPORTS
February 24, 1991
Coppin State's Larry Stewart, who averaged 24.2 points and 13.5 rebounds, was named the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Player of the Year yesterday for the second straight season.Coppin's Fang Mitchell was selected as Coach of the Year.Stewart, a 6-foot-8 senior from Philadelphia, was named on 12 of 18 ballots by the league's head coaches and sports information directors.Stewart and teammate Reggie Isaac were named to the all-MEAC first team, and Coppin center Larry McCollum was a second-team pick.
SPORTS
By Special to The Sun | January 27, 1991
WASHINGTON -- Larry Stewart and Reggie Isaac each scored 26 points to lead Coppin State to a 78-63 victory over Howard in a Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference game last night.Coppin State (10-8, 6-1) has won six straight and is tied for first place in the conference with Delaware State, which will play host to the Eagles on Tuesday at 8 p.m.Julius McNeil scored 18 to lead Howard and Kelsey Sturdivant added 15 rebounds.
SPORTS
November 27, 1995
BasketballBoston Celtics: Traded G Sherman Douglas to Milwaukee Bucks for G-F Todd Day and C Alton Lister. Waived C Charles Claxton.Houston Rockets: Waived F Alvin Heggs.Milwaukee Bucks: Activated C Kevin Duckworth from injured list.Quad City Thunder (CBA): Signed former Washington Bullets F Larry Stewart (Coppin State).HockeyDallas Stars: Sent D Pat McLeod to IHL Michigan.Mighty Ducks of Anaheim: Assigned D Oleg Mikulchik to AHL Baltimore.Vancouver Canucks: Suspended LW Esa Tikkanen, acquired on Thanksgiving from New Jersey Devils, for not reporting.
SPORTS
November 6, 1995
BasketballOrlando Magic: Waived F Larry Stewart (Coppin State). Signed G Anthony Bowie.Grand Rapids Mackers (CBA): Signed F Ray Jackson and G Corwin Woodard.CollegeCentennial Conference: Named Western Maryland QB Brian Van Deusen (Atholton) Offensive Player of the Week after he threw for 3 TDs and ran for 1 in a 39-6 win at Swarthmore. He completed 21 of 30 passes for 270 yards, pushing his all-time passing-yards total to 7,073.HockeyLos Angeles Kings: Signed LW Vladimir Tsyplakov, third-round draft choice, to a two-year contract.
NEWS
By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | May 22, 2004
NEW YORK - The case against Martha Stewart took a strange new twist yesterday as the government charged an important witness with lying repeatedly at her trial. The witness, Larry F. Stewart, the laboratory director for the Secret Service who served as the prosecutors' expert on ink, was charged with two counts of perjury. Prosecutors have essentially accused him of exaggerating his role in analyzing critical documents used as evidence at the trial and of lying about his knowledge of a technical book his lab colleagues were writing.
SPORTS
By Kent Baker | January 31, 1994
Coppin State yesterday retired a jersey for the first time, the No. 42 of Larry Stewart.Stewart, now on injured reserve with the Washington Bullets, accepted the honor at halftime of Coppin's 70-56 victory over Delaware State."
NEWS
By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | May 22, 2004
NEW YORK - The case against Martha Stewart took a strange new twist yesterday as the government charged an important witness with lying repeatedly at her trial. The witness, Larry F. Stewart, the laboratory director for the Secret Service who served as the prosecutors' expert on ink, was charged with two counts of perjury. Prosecutors have essentially accused him of exaggerating his role in analyzing critical documents used as evidence at the trial and of lying about his knowledge of a technical book his lab colleagues were writing.
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By Erin Texeira and Erin Texeira,SUN STAFF | September 11, 1998
This is not your typical bar crowd.Patrons come alone or in pairs, mostly silent, with nervous expressions. They clutch book-bags and battered notebooks.Just inside the window is a lone microphone on a stand. Facing it are a couple of dozen chairs and stools filled with people who have come not to talk or drink.They have come to hear and speak poetry. At a bar.At open-mike poetry night at Larry Stewart's on Calvert Street downtown, Carla Thomas -- part-time student, full-time mother and health-clinic administrative assistant -- sits on a bar-stool fingering an icy cantaloupe-colored drink.
SPORTS
October 28, 1997
BaseballBlue Jays: Signed P Christopher Mowday.Rangers: Agreed to terms with OF Alex Diaz on minor-league contract. Announced that former Orioles P Terry Clark, P Bryan Eversgerd, C Henry Mercedes and OF Mike Simms have refused outright minor-league assignments and have been granted free agency. Named Bob Dernier minor-league outfield instructor.BasketballLakers: Waived F James Forrest.Warriors: Waived G Issac Burton, G Dell Demps, F Antonio Lang and F Larry Stewart (Coppin State).CollegeCentennial Conference: Named Western Maryland DT Zach Galemore Defensive Player of the Week.
SPORTS
November 27, 1995
BasketballBoston Celtics: Traded G Sherman Douglas to Milwaukee Bucks for G-F Todd Day and C Alton Lister. Waived C Charles Claxton.Houston Rockets: Waived F Alvin Heggs.Milwaukee Bucks: Activated C Kevin Duckworth from injured list.Quad City Thunder (CBA): Signed former Washington Bullets F Larry Stewart (Coppin State).HockeyDallas Stars: Sent D Pat McLeod to IHL Michigan.Mighty Ducks of Anaheim: Assigned D Oleg Mikulchik to AHL Baltimore.Vancouver Canucks: Suspended LW Esa Tikkanen, acquired on Thanksgiving from New Jersey Devils, for not reporting.
SPORTS
November 6, 1995
BasketballOrlando Magic: Waived F Larry Stewart (Coppin State). Signed G Anthony Bowie.Grand Rapids Mackers (CBA): Signed F Ray Jackson and G Corwin Woodard.CollegeCentennial Conference: Named Western Maryland QB Brian Van Deusen (Atholton) Offensive Player of the Week after he threw for 3 TDs and ran for 1 in a 39-6 win at Swarthmore. He completed 21 of 30 passes for 270 yards, pushing his all-time passing-yards total to 7,073.HockeyLos Angeles Kings: Signed LW Vladimir Tsyplakov, third-round draft choice, to a two-year contract.
SPORTS
By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,Sun Staff Writer | February 25, 1995
During Coppin State's three-year domination of the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference, senior forward Stephen Stewart has been one of the Eagles' more dependable forces.Yesterday, the conference rewarded Stewart for his consistency. For the second straight season, Stewart was named MEAC Player of the Year.Stephen joins his older brother, Larry -- now a member of the Washington Bullets -- as the only Coppin State players to win the award, and win it twice. Larry Stewart was MEAC Player of the Year in 1990 and 1991.
BUSINESS
By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | July 9, 2004
NEW YORK - A federal judge refused yesterday to grant Martha Stewart a new trial, paving the way for the celebrity homemaker to be sentenced next week for lying about a stock sale. Judge Miriam Goldman Cedarbaum, in U.S. District Court in Manhattan, brushed aside claims by Stewart and her former stockbroker that their convictions are tainted by charges that a Secret Service ink expert lied on the witness stand. "Because there is no reasonable likelihood that this perjury could have affected the jury's verdict, and because overwhelming independent evidence supports the verdict, the motions are denied," Cedarbaum wrote.
SPORTS
By Jerry Bembry | January 22, 1991
A caption in yesterday's editions of The Sun incorrectly identified a Coppin State basketball player as Larry McCollum. The player pictured was Larry Stewart.The Sun regrets the error.After last night's 109-43 blowout of Bethune-Cookman, Coppin State coach Fang Mitchell briefly grabbed a copy of the game videotape and flung it onto his desk."This is one tape," Mitchell said, "that I'm not going to look at again."That's because Mitchell, always seeking perfection, got a near-perfect effort as his team shot a season-high 69.1 percent from the field in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference game.
SPORTS
By BILL TANTON | November 29, 1994
The Washington Bullets' practice at Bowie State yesterday was nearly over when coach Jim Lynam blew the whistle, interrupting the scrimmage.Lynam knelt on one knee and looked up at his No. 1 draft choice, Juwan Howard."
SPORTS
By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Sun Staff Writer | July 1, 1994
It was a season that will be remembered for the NBA's discovery of defense, but somehow the Washington Bullets missed the boat. The team's average yield of 107.7 points was the second worst in the league, and the Bullets were the only team that allowed opponents to shoot better than 50 percent (50.8).So Washington went big and with defense in mind in the 1994 NBA draft, selecting 6-foot-9 forward Juwan Howard with the No. 5 pick overall and 7-1 Jim McIlvaine, the nation's top shot blocker, in the second round.
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