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August 29, 1996 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
Aaron Royster raced home from second base on an error in the bottom of the ninth last night to lift Reading to a 4-3 win over New Haven in the Eastern League. Phillies pitcher Bobby Munoz made a strong rehab start for Reading. He retired the first 10 batters, struck out 11, and limited New Haven to five hits in eight innings. TOLEDO 9, SCRANTON 1 TOLEDO, Ohio - Phil Hiatt, who is leading the International League with 39 home runs, smacked two solo homers for Toledo. TRENTON 3, HARRISBURG 1 TRENTON - Nick Ortiz hit a two-run home run in the bottom of the seventh to break a 1-1 tie and lead the Thunder in the Eastern League.
SPORTS
September 16, 2000 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
NEW HAVEN, Conn - Brian Fuentes and Brian Sweeney pitched New Haven to the Eastern League championship last night with a 4-2 victory over the Reading Phillies. New Haven won the series, three games to one. A sacrifice fly by Dwight Maness in the fourth inning drove in the winning run for New Haven. Juan Thomas singled in an insurance run in the fifth. Reading had taken a 2-0 lead in the first on a two-run homer by Johnny Estrada. The Ravens tied the score in the third on a two-run single by Adrian Meyers.
SPORTS
September 8, 2014 | The Inquirer Staff
Quarterback Sean McCartney (Archbishop Wood) threw for 262 yards and four touchdowns to lead 10th-ranked West Chester to a 35-30 victory over host New Haven on Saturday in Connecticut. Al-Hajj Shabazz (Bartram) blocked a punt and recovered another blocked punt in the end zone for a score. Mike Labor (St. Joseph's Prep) led the Golden Rams with 12 tackles, including a sack. Delaware Valley 30, Montclair State 20 - The Aggies' senior tandem of quarterback Aaron Wilmer (George Washington)
SPORTS
February 11, 2013 | The Inquirer Staff
In blizzard-hit New Haven, Conn., Penn's game at Yale was rescheduled several times and finally moved to the Recreation Center. The Quakers were slow to adapt and a late run fell short as they lost, 65-56, to the Bulldogs (10-7, 3-1 Ivy) on Saturday. Keiera Ray led Penn (9-9, 2-2) with 13 points. The Quakers stayed in New Haven Saturday night to drive to Rhode Island for a 5 p.m. Sunday game against Providence. Rutgers 55, Cincinnati 46 - C. Vivian Stringer earned her 899th coaching win as the Scarlet Knights (14-8, 5-4 Big East)
SPORTS
October 13, 2001 | By Joe Juliano INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Perhaps Villanova should have tried harder to get a game against a Division I-A opponent for the nonconference slot in its schedule. Whatever might have happened against a powerhouse couldn't have been as embarrassing as what did happen against New Haven last night. The Wildcats were flatter than bad champagne. They hurt themselves with turnovers and mistakes. The Chargers, a Division II team, fed off this ineptitude and showed no fear against the 12th-ranked team in Division I-AA.
SPORTS
May 8, 1996 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
WILMINGTON - Marion Allen's two-run homer in the first inning sparked the Winston-Salem Warthogs to a 4-1 victory over Wilmington in the Carolina League. A scheduled second game was rained out and will played as part of a doubleheader this afternoon. NEW HAVEN 8, READING 0 READING 3, NEW HAVEN 1 NEW HAVEN - A two-run double by Jeremy Kendall in the top of the ninth of the second game gave the Phillies a split of an Eastern League doubleheader. BINGHAMTON 4, TRENTON 1 BINGHAMTON, N.Y. - The Mets' Mark Guerra (3-1)
SPORTS
July 14, 1994 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
Roger Bailey, a 6-foot-1 righthander, pitched a one-hitter as New Haven blanked Reading, 4-0, in an Eastern League game last night. Bailey struck out eight and walked one. Shortstop Luis Brito's one-out single in the third inning was Reading's lone hit. First baseman Frank Bolick slammed a two-run homer and collected three RBIs for New Haven. Lefthander Ryan Karp, acquired from the Yankees in the Terry Mulholland deal in February, suffered the loss. The Phillies are in last place in the South Division.
NEWS
February 4, 2009
An editorial yesterday about the Walnut Street Theatre misspelled the name of the producing artistic director. He is Bernard Havard. Also, A Streetcar Named Desire did play at the Walnut before hitting Broadway, but the play first opened in New Haven, Conn.
NEWS
December 31, 2012 | Associated Press
NEW HAVEN, CONN. - Claude-Anne Lopez, author and scholar of Benjamin Franklin's papers, has died at age 92. Lopez started her studies of Franklin's papers at Yale University with secretarial-type work and rose to a top editor's job. Her son, Larry Lopez, said that she had Alzheimer's disease and died Friday at her New Haven home. Lopez spent years working on "The Papers of Benjamin Franklin," a project at the university to collect, edit and publish Franklin's writings. She specialized in the American founding father's private life, and wrote a handful of books about him. Former Yale colleague Jonathan Dull ranks Lopez as one of the 20th century's great Franklin scholars.
NEWS
March 23, 2012 | ASSOCIATED PRESS
HARTFORD, CONN. - Murray Lender, who helped turn his father's small Connecticut bakery into a national company credited for introducing bagels to many Americans, has died in Florida. He was 81. Lender, perhaps best known from promoting Lender's Bagels in TV commercials, died Wednesday at a hospital in Miami from complications from a fall he suffered at his home 10 weeks ago, his wife, Gillie Lender, said on Thursday. The couple lived in Aventura, Fla., and also kept a home in Connecticut.
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October 15, 2015
ISSUE | ONLINE POKER A good bet for Pennsylvania The article "Boost for online poker, but enough?" (Oct. 2) noted that the approval of two additional poker websites in New Jersey would provide a "jolt" to the success of gaming in the state, but that "the market needs to expand to other jurisdictions to truly thrive. " That should serve as a timely reminder to Pennsylvania lawmakers, while budget negotiations drag on, that they could add as much as $100 million to the state budget - without increasing taxes - by agreeing to license online poker and other forms of online gaming.
SPORTS
August 15, 2015 | By Marc Narducci, Inquirer Staff Writer
Offensive tackle Jaelin Robinson is vying for a starting spot at Temple as a redshirt freshman. He may never have gotten this chance if his high school gym teacher could take a joke. The 6-foot-6, 319-pound Robinson was an accomplished basketball player at Wilbur Cross High School in New Haven, Conn., when he decided to joke with his gym teacher, John Acquavita, who also happened to be the head football coach, in the spring of his junior year. "I was in gym class and joking and said I would come out [for football]
REAL_ESTATE
May 18, 2015 | By Jacob Adelman, Inquirer Staff Writer
Drexel University's newest housing complex won't have a dining commons or a study lounge. But it will have two floors of high-end day care and apartments at prices your typical undergrad would struggle to afford. Administrators hope the $55 million 3201 Race St. project on university-owned land will provide homes and child care to a mix of faculty and staff and a yearned-for influx of researchers and techies with ties to the private sector, not necessarily the school itself. The permanent year-round population of young professionals at the residential tower - and others like it to come - are part of Drexel's bid to tip the balance in its surrounding neighborhoods from gown toward town.
SPORTS
May 16, 2015 | By Joe Juliano, Inquirer Staff Writer
Vince Covello likes to return home to the Philadelphia area around the time of the annual U.S. Open qualifier because of the golf courses and because "I use it as an excuse to see old friends and family. " Covello, 32, who grew up in Havertown and now lives in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla., hit the jackpot yet again on his trip north Thursday when he shot a 4-under-par 68 at Makefield Highlands Golf Course in Bucks County to win medalist honors in the Open local qualifier. This will be Covello's fifth trip to sectional qualifying - the last step before the Open - and the fourth time he has advanced in the Philadelphia area.
NEWS
September 29, 2014 | By Edith Newhall, For The Inquirer
The idea of an artwork produced from instructions isn't new. Marcel Duchamp thought that up while living in Argentina in 1919, mailing his recently married sister Suzanne and her husband, Jean Crotti, written instructions from Buenos Aires to Paris telling them how to make his wedding present to them, the ominously titled Unhappy Readymade . Art-by-instruction didn't really take off, though, until the late 1950s and early 1960s, when John Cage,...
NEWS
September 15, 2014 | By Craig LaBan, Inquirer Restaurant Critic
It's a good time to be in the log business, because we're going to need a forest to feed all the wood fires stoking the growth of a Philadelphia restaurant scene this fall that, in 2014, has already set a new standard for "hot. " Many of those will be burning behind our ongoing obsession with pizza - at least four new Neapolitan-style pizzerias are firing up their ovens for September debuts. Capogiro is going beyond gelato for its new Capofitto pizzeria in Old City. And two new cross-street rivals, Ardé (from the DiMeo's crew in Andorra)
SPORTS
September 8, 2014 | The Inquirer Staff
Quarterback Sean McCartney (Archbishop Wood) threw for 262 yards and four touchdowns to lead 10th-ranked West Chester to a 35-30 victory over host New Haven on Saturday in Connecticut. Al-Hajj Shabazz (Bartram) blocked a punt and recovered another blocked punt in the end zone for a score. Mike Labor (St. Joseph's Prep) led the Golden Rams with 12 tackles, including a sack. Delaware Valley 30, Montclair State 20 - The Aggies' senior tandem of quarterback Aaron Wilmer (George Washington)
SPORTS
September 5, 2014 | By Mike Jensen, Inquirer Staff Writer
Around local Division II and III football, there are several new coaches, plenty of returning stars, veterans back from playoff teams, and a rare matchup between big programs on Friday night. Widener and Rowan , two of the area's preeminent Division III teams, open against each other Friday at Rowan. It's only the second meeting between the Profs and the Pride. Widener, 6-4 last season, has a new coach in Mike Kelly, who spent recent years in professional football, much of it coaching in the Canadian Football League.
BUSINESS
July 18, 2014 | By Andrew Maykuth, Inquirer Staff Writer
UIL Holdings Corp. announced Wednesday that it would stay in the hunt to buy Philadelphia Gas Works, despite passage of a deadline that allows it to pull the plug on the $1.86 billion deal. "We have decided to continue our efforts to pursue this acquisition and become a new business partner in the city of Philadelphia," James P. Torgerson, UIL's president and chief executive, said in a statement. Under UIL's purchase agreement, signed March 3, it has the option of exiting the deal after midnight Tuesday if City Council has not approved the sale.
NEWS
June 19, 2014
How would your boss react if you skipped off for summer vacation leaving an important task undone? That's what City Council is doing to Philadelphians. Council is about to recess for the summer without scheduling hearings on a proposed $1.86 billion sale of Philadelphia Gas Works, which could produce much-needed support for the city's pension fund. Council's last meeting until September is set for Thursday, and there has been no word on that necessary step toward approving or rejecting the sale, as well as keeping the public informed.
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