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NEWS
December 24, 1989
NOT JUST FIRST, BUT BEST We meet here this afternoon in this historic church to pay tribute to Sadie T. M. Alexander for reasons more profound than ordinarily exist in memorial services . . . . Though we are proud of her many firsts, it would be deceptive if we noted merely those attainments where she became the first black or the first woman to overcome formidable barriers. . . . What is more important is that, after she achieved coveted opportunities, she performed with such excellence, fidelity, integrity and wisdom that thereafter, no one could question whether blacks or women were ready for the demanding professional challenges that lay ahead.
NEWS
July 22, 2010 | By Chris Mondics, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Haddonfield law firm Archer & Greiner P.C. announced Thursday that Christopher Gibson, chairman of the firm's litigation department, has been elected president of the firm, effective Oct. 1. He will succeed Gary J. Lesneski, who has accepted a position as general counsel of the Cooper Health System in Camden. Gibson, a member of Archer & Greiner's board of directors, said he planned along with other managers to continue the firm's efforts to expand in the region. In January, the 175-lawyer firm said it had hired former Philadelphia District Attorney Lynne Abraham.
SPORTS
February 15, 1991 | By Ted Silary, Daily News Sports Writer
Nobody ever figured to see Overbrook High's Isaiah "Reese" Montgomery, on a two-on-one fastbreak romp, actually pass to a teammate. Least of all Montgomery. The best part of living is learning, however. And what Montgomery has learned is, it's no fun being a human tackling dummy. This season, dropping off a pass to a teammate has made more sense than having to absorb a karate chop across the chest at the hoops equivalent of 30,000 feet. Or a shove into the wall behind the basket.
SPORTS
August 8, 2010
Brad Lidge retired the side in order a week ago in Washington and again Wednesday night in South Florida. He finished off a sweep of the Marlins on Thursday and registered his eighth save in nine chances by getting the final out Friday against the Mets. That was a good sign for the Phillies' pursuit of history, because history tells us that without an effective closer you don't have a snowball's chance in August of winning the World Series. Lidge and the Phillies proved a year ago that you can reach the Fall Classic with an unreliable closer, but you can't finish the job without the right man to finish the job. So even as the Phillies try to survive the perpetual sequence of debilitating injuries that have dogged them since their home opener in April, the elephant in the room remains the man in charge of getting the final three outs.
NEWS
February 12, 1986 | By Claude Lewis, Inquirer Editorial Board
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), without a vote or an announcement, has abandoned the use of hiring goals and timetables in settlements with private employers accused of race and sex discrimination. By doing that, one of the most effective means of providing better opportunities in the work force for blacks, Hispanics, Asians and women has been squandered. Now, as a matter of practice, private employers may return to their old ways of denying equal opportunities to huge numbers of Americans based on race, color, ethnicity and sex. If America is to be a white, male-dominated society, why doesn't someone in authority stand up and say it?
NEWS
February 15, 1999 | BY STEVEN SLESS
I have read with great interest the varying opinions on the effect legalized gaming may have on Pennsylvania and its citizenry. As former director of public relations for Trump Taj Mahal Casino Resort in Atlantic City, I can offer some perspective: In addition to the nearly half-billion dollars projected in tax revenues for education and community programs, gaming companies also rank among the best corporate neighbors - donating money, resources, meeting...
NEWS
February 22, 2007 | By Dolph Ward Goldenburg
Many say my decision to become a Philadelphian was unusual. They note that most transplants move here for work and only then fall in love with the city, but I took a different route before driving my U-Haul along Broad Street. I had often thought about leaving my native state of Georgia, and I decided the time was right to find another city to call home shortly after my father and best friend died unexpectedly. I sought vibrant street life, a walkable commute, cultural opportunities, an urban lifestyle, a sense of living history, a fun nightlife, and greater career opportunities.
NEWS
June 6, 2002
ON BEHALF of the Parkside Historic District Coalition, we would like to thank the Daily News for its sponsorship and coverage of the Urban Land Initiative report. We are excited about ULI's vision of a "greenway" in East Parkside, to enhance the neighborhood's green space and to increase the potential for expansion of cultural facilities in West Fairmount Park. Both the Daily News coverage and the ULI recommendations, however, fail to give sufficient recognition to PHDC's success since 1996.
SPORTS
September 9, 2007 | By Keith Pompey INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
After weeks of buildup, Downingtown West and Owen J. Roberts played one of the most-anticipated girls' soccer matches in Southeastern Pennsylvania last night. Mega-hype. Mega-defensive battle. Downingtown West, ranked No. 1 by The Inquirer, defeated the second-ranked Wildcats, 1-0, at Owen J. Roberts. The contest was more than a meeting of the area's top teams. It showcased two of the nation's premier soccer programs. Defending Class AAA state champion Downingtown West (4-0)
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