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September 25, 1986 | By JIM NICHOLSON, Daily News Staff Writer
James V. Magee, a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative reporter for the Evening Bulletin, died Tuesday. He was 73 and lived in the Frankford section of Philadelphia. In 1963, Magee and reporter Albert V. Gaudiosi, along with photographer Frederick A. Meyer, used camera and notebook to record the operations of a major betting operation in South Philadelphia that included payoffs to police officers. Six weeks after the surveillance began, federal agents raided the operation and the Bulletin published a dramatic series of articles and photographs.
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March 24, 2016 | By Bonnie L. Cook, Staff Writer
John T. Magee, 85, of Haverford, a physician who was born at Bryn Mawr Hospital and worked there for 37 years, died Wednesday, March 16, at the institution he considered a second home. As word spread of Dr. Magee's death from respiratory failure, hospital spokeswoman Bridget Therriault released a statement honoring the calm and kindly doctor. "It was at Bryn Mawr Hospital that Dr. Magee came into this world, and it was also here that he took his last breath 85 years later," she wrote.
SPORTS
March 27, 1997 | by Sam Donnellon, Daily News Sports Writer
Phillies hitting coach Hal McRae calls it using "the whole dollar. " Sometimes players need a charm or a routine to click their hitting switch to "on. " For Wendell Magee Jr., it was McRae's little phrase. "He used it about three weeks ago," Magee said after belting his first three home runs of the spring in a 14-10 win against the Kansas City Royals yesterday. "He would tell me something every other week. He's a great teacher. He wouldn't tell me everything that was wrong at the same time.
BUSINESS
May 30, 1997 | By Marian Uhlman, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Jefferson Health System took a major step yesterday toward becoming the region's powerhouse for hospital-based rehabilitation care. The health system said it planned to add 96-bed Magee Rehabilitation Hospital of Philadelphia to its growing system. The hospitals said they hoped to reach a definitive agreement by late June and will seek regulatory approval under anti-trust laws. If the deal goes through, Jefferson would have a lock on nearly 40 percent of the rehabilitation beds in the five-county Philadelphia area.
NEWS
February 28, 1987 | By Edward Colimore, Inquirer Staff Writer
Police came under gunfire early yesterday when they raided a South Philadelphia rowhouse where they suspected stolen goods were bought and sold, according to Lt. Robert Magee of the major-crimes unit. No one was injured, and police did not return the gunfire, Magee said. A woman who fled the house during the raid was being sought in connection with the shooting, he said. Officers confiscated thousands of dollars worth of suspected stolen goods in the rowhouse's first-floor apartment, including watches, stereos, televisions and about 80 rounds of handgun and rifle ammunition, Magee said.
NEWS
August 16, 1987 | By David Porter, Special to The Inquirer
Chances are, if it's summertime, Tom Gussen can be found on a basketball court, playing for one of several teams in and around the Northeast. The 6-foot-7 forward, formerly of Philadelphia College of Textiles & Science, competes for the Phil's Shoes team in the Disston League and for Gilhooley's in the Ramp/Pollack League. He also had been playing in the prestigious Baker League until it suspended operations recently. Gussen, 24, is much like players he competes against, many of whom are current or former local college players, such as Mo Connolly of St. Joseph's and Bob Convey of La Salle.
NEWS
June 14, 1992 | By Bill Doherty, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
Penn Wood senior guard Steve Alston has accepted a partial scholarship to Philadelphia Textile, capping a strong local recruiting class for the Rams. The 6-foot, 3-inch Alston, the Del-Val League's most valuable player, who averaged 19.5 points, 7.5 rebounds, 4 assists and 3.5 steals for Penn Wood (23-8), chose Textile over Bloomsburg. "I picked Textile mostly because of Coach (Herb) Magee," said Alston, who will major in business. "He has a winning program at Textile, and I've gotten used to winning.
SPORTS
February 27, 1998 | by Paul Hagen, Daily News Sports Writer
It has been almost two years now since Lenny Dykstra walked to the batter's box, fidgeting all the way. Almost two years since he swung a baseball bat under game conditions. That will change this weekend. The Phillies open their exhibition season this afternoon with a game against the Blue Jays in Dunedin. Dykstra isn't expected to play, but should start against Toronto tomorrow at Jack Russell Stadium and against the Yankees Sunday at Legends Field in Tampa. "I'm looking forward to it," he said yesterday.
SPORTS
February 16, 2011 | By DICK JERARDI, jerardd@phillynews.com
PHIL MARTELLI WAS in his office one day last season, the door closed, the word out that he was not to be disturbed. If you have been around the Saint Joseph's coach when he watches tape, you know he occupies a world all his own. One of the student-managers got a call in the basketball office. She thought it important enough to knock timidly on the coach's door. "She said, 'You really need to take this call,' " Martelli remembered. It was Leti Martelli. She wanted to tell the coach about her son Lenny.
SPORTS
December 11, 1997 | by Bill Fleischman, Daily News Sports Writer
They work in the shadow of the Big 5 schools and Drexel. Crowds at their games frequently are small and media coverage is minimal. However Herb Magee, Bobby Morgan and C. Alan Rowe are recognized among knowledgeable basketball people as three of the nation's best hoops minds. Among them, they have 1,699 victories. The three will be among the first inductees into the Philadelphia Area Small College Basketball Hall of Fame. Ceremonies are noon Tuesday at Philadelphia Pharmacy's Wilson Hall.
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March 24, 2016 | By Bonnie L. Cook, Staff Writer
John T. Magee, 85, of Haverford, a physician who was born at Bryn Mawr Hospital and worked there for 37 years, died Wednesday, March 16, at the institution he considered a second home. As word spread of Dr. Magee's death from respiratory failure, hospital spokeswoman Bridget Therriault released a statement honoring the calm and kindly doctor. "It was at Bryn Mawr Hospital that Dr. Magee came into this world, and it was also here that he took his last breath 85 years later," she wrote.
BUSINESS
March 10, 2016 | By Harold Brubaker, STAFF WRITER
Magee Rehabilitation Hospital on Wednesday will officially start construction of a $4 million rooftop therapy center and garden to give patients a chance to get outdoors for therapy. The Center City tax-exempt organization said that it had raised $2.1 million of the project's costs from donors, and that it would cover the remainder of the costs itself. The Creative Therapy Center and Healing Gardens are expected to open in the late fall, Magee said. hbrubaker@phillynews.com 215-854-4651 @InqBrubaker  
ENTERTAINMENT
October 15, 2015 | By Anndee Hochman, For The Inquirer
When Vanessa, near the end of her second trimester, woke up to a bed wet with amniotic fluid and blood, she was certain this pregnancy was a gamble gone bad. She and Kevin already had one child - 3-year-old Brooke, a surprise baby who was born on Halloween. Kevin, a police sergeant accustomed to 12-hour overnight shifts, recalls feeling slammed by sleep deprivation. Vanessa missed the freedom they'd had as a childless couple, the days of sipping wine in a gondola on the way to a Napa winery.
NEWS
August 28, 2015 | BY JOHN F. MORRISON, Daily News Staff Writer morrisj@phillynews.com, 215-854-5573
JOE DAVIS picked himself up out of the gutter of drug addiction and went on to a life devoted to helping others climb out of the same gutter. In his early days, it didn't seem that things could have gotten much worse for Joe. He was a drug addict for 20 years, then was shot in the spine and rendered a paraplegic. Nothing was going right for him. He wasn't even able to kill himself successfully. Actually, it was his attempted suicide in the mid-1980s, when he swallowed 300 pills and put himself in a four-day coma, that turned his life around.
SPORTS
February 10, 2015 | By Dick Jerardi, Daily News Columnist
ONE OF THE great joys of attending a potential Herb Magee milestone is getting a pregame audience with the King in his office. After the obligatory stop at Joe's (nee Chink's), Mike Kern and I arrived at Philadelphia University last Tuesday at 4:30 p.m., 3 hours before the first attempt at 1,000 was to begin. Magee was over in Althouse Hall, where this all began, conducting a walkthrough for the game against Wilmington. It was to be his 1,397th game as head coach. It was anything but a normal scene in and around the Gallagher Center, and Magee was uncomfortable.
SPORTS
February 9, 2015 | BY MIKE KERN, Daily News Staff Writer kernm@phillynews.com
HERB MAGEE again will try to make history today, as Philadelphia University (14-6) hosts Post (9-11) at 4 p.m. in the Gallagher Athletic Center at the intersection of Henry Avenue and Schoolhouse Lane in East Falls. Magee is trying to become the second men's coach in NCAA basketball to reach 1,000 wins. Duke's Mike Krzyzewski, a fellow Naismith Memorial Hall of Famer, got there on Jan. 18 when the Blue Devils beat St. John's at Madison Square Garden. Magee's first chance to join him ended in a 72-70 home loss to visiting Wilmington on Tuesday.
SPORTS
February 9, 2015 | By Mike Jensen, Inquirer Columnist
One of his guys would let a three-pointer go from the fingertips, and Herb Magee would lean to his side as if he was trying to will a five-iron toward a pin over at Edgmont Country Club. He kept bending, but these shots didn't need his body English. The result became inevitable after five consecutive Philadelphia University three-pointers fell in 141 seconds, a festival of second-half jumpers. Another banner was unfurled from above Philly U.'s scoreboard. Magee gave it a long look, no doubt at that number "1,000" on top of his name, and the 48th-year coach kind of nodded.
SPORTS
February 5, 2015 | BY MIKE KERN, Daily News Staff Writer kernm@phillynews.com
HISTORY WILL have to wait. At least until Saturday afternoon. Everything was in place last night at Philadelphia University's Gallagher Center. The Rams were trying to get coach Herb Magee his 1,000th win, 9 days after Duke's Mike Krzyzewski, another Naismith Hall of Famer, became the first man in NCAA history to reach that number. Too bad somebody forgot to tell Wilmington it wasn't supposed to get in the way of the celebration. Ironically, it came down to a three-pointer from straightaway by Philly U's top scorer, senior guard Nick Schlitzer.
SPORTS
February 5, 2015 | By Mike Jensen, Inquirer Columnist
The place had a VIP feel. Ed Rendell sat in the front row, and TV cameras from the local stations shot footage from the corners. Some of Herb Magee's fellow coaches sneaked into the building, and 34 former Magee players were in the stands. A simple sign in the corner of the gym told the story, a printed black "1" on a white square. Philadelphia University's coach, in his 48th season in charge on Henry Avenue, on track for the 1,000th win of his Hall of Fame career, trying to join Mike Krzyzewski as the only NCAA men's coaches to hit that mark, watched a beautifully arcing attempt by a textbook shooter track toward the basket in the final seconds, a game-winner if it fell.
SPORTS
February 4, 2015 | BY DICK JERARDI, Daily News Staff Writer jerardd@phillynews.com
PHILADELPHIA University and Wilmington will play a women's-men's doubleheader this evening at the Gallagher Center. The women's game is scheduled for 5:30, the men's game at 7:30. The Philly U. women's team is 14-3. The men's team, which has won five straight and 10 of 11, is 14-5. Oh, and the men's coach, Herb Magee, will be going for win No. 1,000. The coach has been on campus so long that the new gym he helped open as a sophomore is now the old gym and the old school has a new name.
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