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September 16, 1996 | By Joe Fite, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
Interboro senior defensive end/tight end Brian Matherly was disappointed last week when the Bucs allowed Sun Valley to score 25 points in a 30-25 season-opening victory. He wasn't about to be disappointed again Friday night. Matherly sacked visiting Lake Forest (Del.) quarterback Golden Myers twice and caused a fumble in the second quarter, giving Interboro the momentum and ultimately the game, 47-6, over the defending Delaware state champions in a nonleague game. The game started like a track meet.
NEWS
June 12, 1987 | By MARY FLANNERY, Daily News Staff Writer
Lake Forest, Ill., is the kind of place where massive Tudor homes are tucked among trees that dwarf them. "Our tree population is 75,000," says Char Kreuz, the town's director of public information. "Give or take a few. " As you may be aware, a few have been taken lately - by force. Over the last month, a new resident of the affluent Chicago suburb, Mr. T, has chopped down almost every tree from his once heavily-wooded 7.5-acre estate. Where century-old maples, oaks, and elms once stood, only stumps remain.
NEWS
November 12, 1997 | By Daniel Webster, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Funeral services were held yesterday in Lake Forest, Ill., for Margaret Harshaw, 88, the Philadelphia-born soprano who was a mainstay at the Metropolitan Opera for 22 years. She died of pneumonia Friday night at a hospital near Lake Forest. While studying singing in Narberth, Ms. Harshaw won the statewide Eistedfodd in 1930, her senior year in Lower Merion High school. She began to sing professionally at Robin Hood Dell, singing operettas. She won the National Federation of Music Clubs prize and sang in El Amor Brujo in a performance conducted by Jose Iturbi at New York's Lewissohn Stadium.
NEWS
September 16, 1986 | By Ann Kolson, Inquirer Staff Writer (The Associated Press and United Press International contributed to this article.)
Not everybody loves a winner. Just ask Miss Florida, Molly Pesce, 23, who didn't even make it to the semifinals of the Miss America pageant. Talking about the new Miss America, Kellye Cash of Tennessee, Pesce told the Orlando Sentinel: "Honey, between you and me, that girl was the least-liked girl around. She acted like she knew she was going to win. " Florida's Miss Sore Loser, grousing some more, said, "The judges were looking for a different type of girl than I am. They wanted a sweet kind of non-aggressive Southern belle.
NEWS
September 29, 1991 | By Linda S. Wallace, Inquirer Staff Writer
Three years ago, Ian and Nancy Work bought a rambling ranch just outside of town - a peaceful getaway from their home in the tony, expensive suburb of Lake Forest, Ill. At the end of each weekend here, the family found it more and more difficult to leave. Back in Lake Forest, they pined for Sante Fe - its narrow winding roads, its fields of wildflowers, its postcard-perfect mountains, and its quaint adobe and pueblo-style homes. In 1990, the Works finally packed away big-city life and headed to the place that calls itself "City Different.
NEWS
September 18, 1986 | By Jim Haner, Special to The Inquirer
The American Gold Cup, one of North America's richest and most prestigious Grandprix horse jumping events, once again has graced the center ring of the Devon Show Grounds, showcasing some of the top riders and horses from around the country. The event, held at Devon for the seventh consecutive year last weekend, was part of the 14th annual Germantown Hospital Equestrian Festival. The event, attended by about 20,000 patrons of the sport, raised more than $100,000 for the hospital's equipment acquisitions program.
SPORTS
September 19, 1996 | By Chris Morkides, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
Before Interboro football coach Steve Lennox discusses quarterback/linebacker Vince McHale's shotgun arm, ability to lead an offense or toughness on defense, he wants to talk about something he considers just as important - McHale's attitude. He wants to talk about the way McHale handled backing up all-Del-Val quarterback Gary Matthias last season. "He could have been moaning and groaning," Lennox said. "But he never complained. " "It was no big deal," McHale said. "Last year was Gary's year.
SPORTS
January 10, 2002 | By Bill Iezzi INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
When Kevin Scott left Radnor's junior varsity football team during the fall of his junior year to concentrate on swimming, hardly anyone noticed. At the conclusion of the District 1 Class AA swimming and diving championships at West Chester University last February, he was the center of attention. The 6-foot-2, 160-pounder was named the meet's most valuable swimmer. Scott, who had played wide receiver and outside linebacker on the football team, won the 50- and 100-yard freestyles and participated on Radnor's victorious 200 medley and 200 freestyle relay teams.
SPORTS
May 12, 2005 | By Shannon Ryan INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
At a recent softball practice, Shippensburg centerfielder Jaime Dacey hit a few pop-ups. She slunk back to the dugout and berated herself. Her teammates teased their self-critical leader with a simple reminder. How badly could she stink? Dacey owns the best batting average in the nation. With a .556 average, the centerfielder from Archbishop Wood High leads Shippensburg into the Division II Mid-Atlantic Regional tournament beginning tomorrow. The Raiders are going for their third straight title, after a third consecutive Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference championship this year.
SPORTS
September 15, 1997 | By Joe Santoliquito, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
Interboro was a team looking for an identity entering this season. The Bucs had lost a number of star players and needed to find some new ones. They may have come away with a little more than they had hoped for in a 40-8 rout of Delaware's Lake Forest on Friday night. The victory improved Interboro to 2-0, thanks to a four-touchdown, 148-yard rushing performance by senior running back Tim Deasey and a stubborn defense that permitted Lake Forest, the Delaware Division II state champion in 1995, only 161 yards of offense.
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May 12, 2005 | By Shannon Ryan INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
At a recent softball practice, Shippensburg centerfielder Jaime Dacey hit a few pop-ups. She slunk back to the dugout and berated herself. Her teammates teased their self-critical leader with a simple reminder. How badly could she stink? Dacey owns the best batting average in the nation. With a .556 average, the centerfielder from Archbishop Wood High leads Shippensburg into the Division II Mid-Atlantic Regional tournament beginning tomorrow. The Raiders are going for their third straight title, after a third consecutive Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference championship this year.
SPORTS
January 10, 2002 | By Bill Iezzi INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
When Kevin Scott left Radnor's junior varsity football team during the fall of his junior year to concentrate on swimming, hardly anyone noticed. At the conclusion of the District 1 Class AA swimming and diving championships at West Chester University last February, he was the center of attention. The 6-foot-2, 160-pounder was named the meet's most valuable swimmer. Scott, who had played wide receiver and outside linebacker on the football team, won the 50- and 100-yard freestyles and participated on Radnor's victorious 200 medley and 200 freestyle relay teams.
NEWS
November 12, 1997 | By Daniel Webster, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Funeral services were held yesterday in Lake Forest, Ill., for Margaret Harshaw, 88, the Philadelphia-born soprano who was a mainstay at the Metropolitan Opera for 22 years. She died of pneumonia Friday night at a hospital near Lake Forest. While studying singing in Narberth, Ms. Harshaw won the statewide Eistedfodd in 1930, her senior year in Lower Merion High school. She began to sing professionally at Robin Hood Dell, singing operettas. She won the National Federation of Music Clubs prize and sang in El Amor Brujo in a performance conducted by Jose Iturbi at New York's Lewissohn Stadium.
SPORTS
September 15, 1997 | By Joe Santoliquito, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
Interboro was a team looking for an identity entering this season. The Bucs had lost a number of star players and needed to find some new ones. They may have come away with a little more than they had hoped for in a 40-8 rout of Delaware's Lake Forest on Friday night. The victory improved Interboro to 2-0, thanks to a four-touchdown, 148-yard rushing performance by senior running back Tim Deasey and a stubborn defense that permitted Lake Forest, the Delaware Division II state champion in 1995, only 161 yards of offense.
SPORTS
September 19, 1996 | By Chris Morkides, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
Before Interboro football coach Steve Lennox discusses quarterback/linebacker Vince McHale's shotgun arm, ability to lead an offense or toughness on defense, he wants to talk about something he considers just as important - McHale's attitude. He wants to talk about the way McHale handled backing up all-Del-Val quarterback Gary Matthias last season. "He could have been moaning and groaning," Lennox said. "But he never complained. " "It was no big deal," McHale said. "Last year was Gary's year.
SPORTS
September 16, 1996 | By Joe Fite, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
Interboro senior defensive end/tight end Brian Matherly was disappointed last week when the Bucs allowed Sun Valley to score 25 points in a 30-25 season-opening victory. He wasn't about to be disappointed again Friday night. Matherly sacked visiting Lake Forest (Del.) quarterback Golden Myers twice and caused a fumble in the second quarter, giving Interboro the momentum and ultimately the game, 47-6, over the defending Delaware state champions in a nonleague game. The game started like a track meet.
NEWS
September 29, 1991 | By Linda S. Wallace, Inquirer Staff Writer
Three years ago, Ian and Nancy Work bought a rambling ranch just outside of town - a peaceful getaway from their home in the tony, expensive suburb of Lake Forest, Ill. At the end of each weekend here, the family found it more and more difficult to leave. Back in Lake Forest, they pined for Sante Fe - its narrow winding roads, its fields of wildflowers, its postcard-perfect mountains, and its quaint adobe and pueblo-style homes. In 1990, the Works finally packed away big-city life and headed to the place that calls itself "City Different.
NEWS
June 12, 1987 | By MARY FLANNERY, Daily News Staff Writer
Lake Forest, Ill., is the kind of place where massive Tudor homes are tucked among trees that dwarf them. "Our tree population is 75,000," says Char Kreuz, the town's director of public information. "Give or take a few. " As you may be aware, a few have been taken lately - by force. Over the last month, a new resident of the affluent Chicago suburb, Mr. T, has chopped down almost every tree from his once heavily-wooded 7.5-acre estate. Where century-old maples, oaks, and elms once stood, only stumps remain.
NEWS
September 18, 1986 | By Jim Haner, Special to The Inquirer
The American Gold Cup, one of North America's richest and most prestigious Grandprix horse jumping events, once again has graced the center ring of the Devon Show Grounds, showcasing some of the top riders and horses from around the country. The event, held at Devon for the seventh consecutive year last weekend, was part of the 14th annual Germantown Hospital Equestrian Festival. The event, attended by about 20,000 patrons of the sport, raised more than $100,000 for the hospital's equipment acquisitions program.
NEWS
September 16, 1986 | By Ann Kolson, Inquirer Staff Writer (The Associated Press and United Press International contributed to this article.)
Not everybody loves a winner. Just ask Miss Florida, Molly Pesce, 23, who didn't even make it to the semifinals of the Miss America pageant. Talking about the new Miss America, Kellye Cash of Tennessee, Pesce told the Orlando Sentinel: "Honey, between you and me, that girl was the least-liked girl around. She acted like she knew she was going to win. " Florida's Miss Sore Loser, grousing some more, said, "The judges were looking for a different type of girl than I am. They wanted a sweet kind of non-aggressive Southern belle.
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