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May 27, 2016
Chip Lutz, one of only four players to win the Golf Association of Philadelphia's Middle-Amateur Championship more than once, shot a 2-under-par 69 Wednesday at Waynesborough Country Club in Paoli to grab a share of the lead after the first round. Lutz, 61, of LedgeRock, won last year's U.S. Senior Amateur at Hidden Creek in Egg Harbor Township, N.J. He carded four birdies and two bogeys over the 6,905-yard Waynesborough layout to move into a tie for first with Matthew Finger. Finger, of DuPont, competed earlier this week in the U.S. Amateur Four-Ball at Winged Foot in Mamaroneck, N.Y. He birdied five holes against three bogeys for his 2-under total.
SPORTS
October 3, 2015 | By Joe Juliano, Inquirer Staff Writer
EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP, N.J. - While the rain was falling Thursday at Hidden Creek Golf Club, the emotions were flowing for Chip Lutz in the championship match of the U.S. Senior Amateur. Lutz, who never had won a U.S. Golf Association championship in a career in which he won national senior titles on two continents, finally made it to the Senior Amateur final after failing in three previous attempts as a semifinalist. To make it more special, his 89-year-old mother, Janet, watched him play in competition for the first time.
NEWS
September 17, 1993 | by Kurt Heine, Daily News Staff Writer
The city's Fraternal Order of Police has another new interim president. He's Michael Lutz, who was named six days ago by the state FOP to replace the beleaguered former president, John Shaw. Lutz and a slate of nine other union officers were elected by a 3:1 ratio by Lodge 5's 200-member board of directors last night. The Lutz slate replaces Shaw's administration, which was expelled by the state FOP for misconduct, until a special election that will allow all Philadelphia cops to pick a permanent union leader.
NEWS
May 8, 1997 | By Noel E. Holton, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
For nearly a decade, a group of seniors here have organized garage sales and sold cakes and other baked goods to raise money for their very own bus. Their dreams of mobility and freedom were rudely interrupted this week when it was discovered that $27,000 was missing from their funds. "That is really a shame," Lyn Cipressi, 73, said. "Although I wasn't involved with the group, I know that they had been working very hard toward their goal. " The seniors were poised to capitalize on their hard work by making a final payment of $35,000 and having the bus delivered to them, authorities said.
SPORTS
July 10, 2014 | By the Inquirer Staff
James Muller of Manufacturers joined three former champions in qualifying for the Brewer Cup semifinals Tuesday at Whitemarsh Valley Country Club. Muller beat Wilmington Country Club's Thomas Humphrey in 19 holes in the quarterfinals. Also reaching the semifinals in the Golf Association of Philadelphia senior event were former titlists Chip Lutz (LedgeRock) and Thomas Bartolacci Jr. and Robin McCool, both of Saucon Valley.  
NEWS
November 5, 1992 | By Marc Freeman, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
Bristol Borough's Police Department budget took a $32,000 financial hit this fall because of the unexpected return of Officer Joseph Rozek to the force after his lawsuit victory against the town. The impact of Rozek's return is in dispute. Rozek, who earns $30,865 a year, received a $32,000 check for 1 1/2 years' back pay, after taxes. Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court ordered the officer's reinstatement in August, upholding a decision by the state Labor Relations Board. The borough fired Rozek in January 1991 in retaliation for his leadership in the borough's Police Benevolent Association, the lawsuit said.
NEWS
October 30, 1988 | By Rosalee Polk Rhodes, Special to the Inquirer
Clementon Police Chief Edward A. Lutz has felt for a long time that he is underpaid, but his negotiations with borough officials have gotten nowhere. During the summer, Lutz decided to go over their heads - to the voters. In August, he circulated a petition to place the question on the ballot as a binding referendum. The referendum asks the voters to approve an increase in his wages by 6.47 percent for this year and retroactively for last year. He needed 238 registered voters to place the question on the ballot.
NEWS
November 11, 2012 | By Edith Newhall, For The Inquirer
Only two weeks remain to see one of the most sublime exhibitions of the fall season. "Winifred Lutz: Between Perception and Definition," the first large survey of the works of Lutz, a Philadelphia-based artist, has the entire Abington Art Center to itself and also includes the poetic site-specific outdoor installations she has been making in the center's sculpture park since 1992. At first, the indoor component of the survey appears to be one large multipart work consisting of groupings of natural objects and ones made by Lutz.
NEWS
November 13, 1988 | By Rosalee Polk Rhodes, Special to the Inquirer
Clementon Police Chief Edward A. Lutz's appeal to voters for an approximate $4,00 pay raise went down to defeat Tuesday by a vote of 1,009 to 614. The request for a raise was one of several referendums that voters in Clementon and seven other area municipalities were asked to consider on Election Day. In Washington Township, voters decided to withdraw from the Gloucester County library system, and voters in Lindenwold said "no" to continued busing...
NEWS
October 20, 2011 | By Ann Rogers, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
ZANESVILLE, Ohio - Law enforcement officers shot and killed nearly 50 wild animals - including tigers, lions, bears, and wolves - released Tuesday evening by the owner of a private animal park who then committed suicide. School was canceled Wednesday and residents were urged to stay in their homes as sheriff's deputies with shoot-to-kill instructions tracked the animals around homes and through the woods about 55 miles east of Columbus. The 49 animals killed included 18 tigers, 17 lions, three mountain lions, six black bears, two grizzlies, a baboon, and a wolf.
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May 27, 2016
Chip Lutz, one of only four players to win the Golf Association of Philadelphia's Middle-Amateur Championship more than once, shot a 2-under-par 69 Wednesday at Waynesborough Country Club in Paoli to grab a share of the lead after the first round. Lutz, 61, of LedgeRock, won last year's U.S. Senior Amateur at Hidden Creek in Egg Harbor Township, N.J. He carded four birdies and two bogeys over the 6,905-yard Waynesborough layout to move into a tie for first with Matthew Finger. Finger, of DuPont, competed earlier this week in the U.S. Amateur Four-Ball at Winged Foot in Mamaroneck, N.Y. He birdied five holes against three bogeys for his 2-under total.
SPORTS
October 3, 2015 | By Joe Juliano, Inquirer Staff Writer
EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP, N.J. - While the rain was falling Thursday at Hidden Creek Golf Club, the emotions were flowing for Chip Lutz in the championship match of the U.S. Senior Amateur. Lutz, who never had won a U.S. Golf Association championship in a career in which he won national senior titles on two continents, finally made it to the Senior Amateur final after failing in three previous attempts as a semifinalist. To make it more special, his 89-year-old mother, Janet, watched him play in competition for the first time.
NEWS
September 15, 2015 | BY DAN GERINGER, Daily News Staff Writer geringd@phillynews.com, 215-854-5961
ANGELO LUTZ was looking around his mob-themed Kitchen Consigliere Cafe in Collingswood, N.J., jam-packed yesterday afternoon with his first, second, third and fourth cousins for a family reunion, and he said, "We all know I've been on peaks and I've been in valleys. " The valleys were the seven years he spent in federal prison as a "mob associate" convicted of bookmaking and racketeering. The peaks are his reinventing himself as a popular "Italian comfort food" chef since his 2008 release, first at a tiny place around the corner from his current 96-seat cafe, where he serves his signature sausage meatballs along with traditional South Philly-style home cooking.
SPORTS
July 10, 2014 | By the Inquirer Staff
James Muller of Manufacturers joined three former champions in qualifying for the Brewer Cup semifinals Tuesday at Whitemarsh Valley Country Club. Muller beat Wilmington Country Club's Thomas Humphrey in 19 holes in the quarterfinals. Also reaching the semifinals in the Golf Association of Philadelphia senior event were former titlists Chip Lutz (LedgeRock) and Thomas Bartolacci Jr. and Robin McCool, both of Saucon Valley.  
NEWS
July 4, 2014 | By Bonnie L. Cook, Inquirer Staff Writer
Jack Lutz, 92, of Mount Laurel, an educator in the Philadelphia area and abroad, died Sunday, June 29, at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital of a subdural hematoma. Dr. Lutz taught in Philadelphia public schools, then joined the Plymouth Whitemarsh School District as principal of three elementary schools. When Plymouth Whitemarsh expanded to become the Colonial School District, he was named assistant superintendent for curriculum. As the Philadelphia suburbs grew, he oversaw the design and construction of new schools, and for 10 years, recruited and hired teachers.
ENTERTAINMENT
November 17, 2012 | By Tirdad Derakhshani, Inquirer Staff Writer
We've lost so many sleepless nights contemplating how Kellan Lutz lost his virginity. Now we know. The vampiric movie hero tells Elle mag his first time "wasn't one of those drunk moments at a party. " Lutz, 27, isn't that sort of guy: He's a churchgoer and attentive Bible-study attendee. "It was high school - with the love of my life, at the time," Lutz says. "Everything was just really caring and done out of love. It was one of those really sweet, loving, connected moments. " That actually is very cool.
NEWS
November 11, 2012 | By Edith Newhall, For The Inquirer
Only two weeks remain to see one of the most sublime exhibitions of the fall season. "Winifred Lutz: Between Perception and Definition," the first large survey of the works of Lutz, a Philadelphia-based artist, has the entire Abington Art Center to itself and also includes the poetic site-specific outdoor installations she has been making in the center's sculpture park since 1992. At first, the indoor component of the survey appears to be one large multipart work consisting of groupings of natural objects and ones made by Lutz.
NEWS
October 20, 2011 | By Ann Rogers, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
ZANESVILLE, Ohio - Law enforcement officers shot and killed nearly 50 wild animals - including tigers, lions, bears, and wolves - released Tuesday evening by the owner of a private animal park who then committed suicide. School was canceled Wednesday and residents were urged to stay in their homes as sheriff's deputies with shoot-to-kill instructions tracked the animals around homes and through the woods about 55 miles east of Columbus. The 49 animals killed included 18 tigers, 17 lions, three mountain lions, six black bears, two grizzlies, a baboon, and a wolf.
NEWS
August 7, 2011 | By Sally A. Downey, Inquirer Staff Writer
Mae Goldstein Lutz, 85, of Center City, a former social worker in Philadelphia and press attache in Ethiopia who operated a jewelry store on Rittenhouse Square for more than 15 years, died of lung cancer Tuesday, Aug. 2, at Vitas Hospice at Methodist Hospital. Mrs. Lutz opened Repliqué in a beauty salon in 1977 and soon afterward moved the enterprise to the nearby Warwick Hotel at 17th and Locust Streets. A son, Barry Lutz, said Repliqué specialized in jewelry inspired by Tiffany, Cartier, and Van Cleef & Arpels, but sold at a fraction of the cost.
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