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October 4, 1992 | By Mayer Brandschain, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
New York, the defending titleholder, led Massachusetts by three points and Pennsylvania by eight yesterday in the 87th renewal of the Lesley Cup series, one of the country's oldest golf competitions, at Pine Valley Golf Club. After 10 singles matches in the match-play format, the New Yorkers had 22 points, Massachusetts 19, Pennsylvania 14 and Quebec 5. The 54-hole event will conclude today with foursomes in the morning and another round of singles in the afternoon.
SPORTS
June 3, 1999 | By Doug Hadden, FOR THE INQUIRER
Kerry Rutan of Philadelphia Country Club swept her two singles matches to give the Women's Golf Association of Philadelphia six points, but New York's team beat Philadelphia and Massachusetts to capture the Griscom Cup intercity matches yesterday at Baltusrol (N.J.) Country Club. New York's seven-woman team, the defending cup champion, finished with 23 1/2 points, followed by Philadelphia with 22 and Massachusetts with 17 1/2. Laura Ann Hammond was the only other player from the Philadelphia team to win both her matches.
NEWS
May 30, 2010
Civil War sites Intrigued by the past? From Fodors.com, here are some locations that helped determine the course of U.S. history. 10. Appomattox Va. Geoquiz Which state bordering the Canadian provinces of Quebec and New Brunswick was once part of Massachusetts? (Answer below) SOURCES: Houston Chronicle, Chicago Tribune
SPORTS
October 26, 2007
Here is the Atlantic Ten women's basketball preseason coaches/media poll. George Washington got all 17 first-place votes. 1. George Washington 2. Charlotte 2. Xavier 4. Temple 5. Richmond 6. St. Joseph's 7. Massachusetts 8. Dayton 9. St. Louis 10. La Salle 11. St. Bonaventure 12. Rhode Island 13. Duquesne 14. Fordham
NEWS
March 14, 1999 | JOHN COSTELLO / Inquirer Staff Photographer
At the 1999 robotics competition held this weekend at the Apollo at Temple University, "robo-gladiators" designed by high school students in Rhode Island, Massachusetts and Michigan battle for points and prizes by performing tasks. Regional competitions are held around the country, leading up to a national contest in April. It will be held at Disney World's Epcot Center.
NEWS
September 17, 1987 | By Rich Heidorn Jr., Inquirer Staff Writer
A former Winslow Township couple awaiting trial in Camden County and Massachusetts on charges of severely beating their young daughter have been indicted on welfare-fraud charges, the Camden County Prosecutor's Office said yesterday. Roger Lazarovich, 25, and Janice Lazarovich, 23, were charged with accepting $4,291 in public assistance, food stamps and other benefits during a two-month period in 1984 in which Roger Lazarovich was working for a Medford tire retailer, according to a spokesman for Camden County Prosecutor Samuel Asbell.
NEWS
May 15, 1988 | By Kenneth J. Cooper, Inquirer Washington Bureau
On a dozen issues, Michael S. Dukakis wants to do in Washington what he did in Boston as governor of Massachusetts. More than other governors who have run for president, Dukakis has drawn on his state experiences to develop a national agenda. Neither Ronald Reagan nor Jimmy Carter, both former governors, borrowed nearly as much for their presidential campaigns from their days in Sacramento, Calif., or Atlanta. But Dukakis, a Democrat likely to become the first sitting governor since 1952 to win a presidential nomination, has proposed to go national with 12 Massachusetts programs, including health and welfare, taxes, and crime.
SPORTS
February 1, 1994 | By Mel Greenberg, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Kristen Sullivan's foul shot with 21.5 seconds left to play became the winning point for St. Joseph's last night as the Hawks edged visiting Massachusetts, 58-57, in an Atlantic Ten women's basketball game at Alumni Memorial Field House. It was the first time all season that Sullivan had gone to the line. Massachusetts had a chance for an upset after she missed her second free throw. The visitors produced the final points of the game on Octavia Thomas' shot with 4.8 seconds left.
SPORTS
March 1, 2004 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
It seems not a week has gone by this basketball season without the naming of a member of the undefeated St. Joseph's Hawks as the Atlantic Ten Conference's player of the week. But this week, the Hawks' Delonte West has to share the award with Temple's David Hawkins. Hawkins, a senior from Archbishop Carroll who received his second award this season, had 26 points in the Owls' 74-70 overtime win at La Salle on Wednesday. West, a junior guard, hit the winning three-pointer as the Hawks beat Rhode Island, 57-55, on Saturday, and had 23 points in an 83-58 win at Massachusetts on Wednesday.
NEWS
April 27, 2013 | By Mari A. Schaefer, Inquirer Staff Writer
A former Episcopal Academy teacher arrested in the sexually abuse of boys at a Massachusetts summer camp told investigators that about 35 years ago, he molested one of his Episcopal students and admitted the incident to the head of the school, according to court documents obtained by The Inquirer. The former fourth-grade teacher, Richard Perkins Smith, 65, of Media, told police that at some point after his admission, he was removed from teaching but kept on as an Episcopal fund-raiser, according to a search warrant application filed in the case.
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