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November 16, 2013 | By Jeff McLane, Inquirer Staff Writer
Chipism (n): an expression or phrase used by Chip Kelly to express a characteristic position or stand or goal to be achieved Chip Kelly invoked the mantra "Win the day" so much during his tenure as Oregon head coach that it became a slogan for the team and eventually a phrase trademarked by the state. But when Kelly left the Northwest for the Northeast his slogan, which was actually birthed during his time at New Hampshire, stayed with the Ducks, and he needed a new message for a new challenge.
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November 1, 2013 | By John Smallwood, Daily News Columnist
ON TUESDAY, Daily News managing editor Pat McLoone sent me an email about the column I'd written about many Sixers fans wanting the team to lose so it could get a better draft pick. "Where I lose it is when Thad Young drives through traffic and banks in a runner at the buzzer for a win and fans scold him for making the shot," he said. Last night at the Wells Fargo Center, it wasn't Young driving through traffic. It was oft-maligned swingman Evan Turner and rookie point guard Michael Carter-Williams going to the free-throw line in the closing moments of a close game against the two-time reigning champion Miami Heat.
NEWS
October 31, 2013 | By Karen Heller, Inquirer Columnist
Calvin Coleman spent part of his 75th birthday Sunday protesting the skeleton in George Vucelich's yard in Delaware County. The cake and scallops dinner would have to wait. The skeleton hangs from a maple tree. A noose appears to be around its scrawny plastic neck. It also wears an Obama-Biden T-shirt. "When I first heard of this, I was irate. I believed something like this wouldn't happen in Swarthmore," said Coleman, who is African American and whose family has resided in Delaware County for six generations.
NEWS
October 24, 2013 | By Barbara Boyer and Mari A. Schaefer, Inquirer Staff Writers
David Fili Jr. and George Barnard enjoyed the lives of successful businessmen driving expensive vehicles, investing in beachfront property, and attending Flyers games. The partnership between the two Delaware County men started in 2004. Eight years later, the relationship unraveled after clients alleged more than $10 million had gone missing, strapping dozens of New Jersey and Pennsylvania homeowners with two mortgages on the same properties, according to court records filed in both states.
NEWS
October 18, 2013 | By Ben Finley and Jonathan Tamari, Inquirer Staff Writers
Sen. Pat Toomey (R., Pa.) was the only senator from the Philadelphia region to vote against the plan to end the government shutdown Wednesday night. Toomey joined 17 other Senate Republicans, including Ted Cruz of Texas and Rand Paul of Kentucky, in opposing the bipartisan plan. He did so hours before six Republican members of the House from the Philadelphia suburbs, as well as every Democrat, voted in favor of it. A steadfast fiscal conservative, Toomey said he voted no because the bill failed to address government spending and the debt.
NEWS
October 10, 2013 | By Darran Simon, Inquirer Staff Writer
A 64-year-old Mount Laurel man who, according to police, died after he set himself on fire over the weekend on the National Mall in Washington suffered from mental illness, his family said Monday night through its attorney. John Constantino's "death was not a political act or statement, but the result of his long battle with mental illness," his family said in the statement, released by Jeffrey Cox, a lawyer in Vienna, Va. The statement did not elaborate. Constantino poured gasoline over his body and set himself ablaze Friday at Seventh Street and Madison Drive N.W., the Metropolitan Police Department said.
NEWS
October 7, 2013 | By Jennifer Lin, Inquirer Staff Writer
Batters with two strikes usually stop swinging for the fences, but that's precisely what Rep. Paul Clymer, a Republican from Bucks County, is doing on a matter that means a lot to him: compulsive gambling. Clymer, a member of the House Gaming Oversight Committee, has cosponsored a bill to require casinos that have "rewards" programs to send monthly statements to customers who have won or lost more than $500. Clymer argues that if casino patrons - and their families - know how much they're ahead (or behind)
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September 23, 2013 | By Phil Anastasia, Inquirer Staff Writer
One measure of a good football team is the ability to win a big game. Another is the ability to win the next week. Camden has passed both tests this season, opening with a road upset of defending South Jersey Group 3 champion Delsea and getting back to business in Saturday's home-away-from-home triumph over Camden Catholic. "I'm most proud of the way we came out," Camden coach Dwayne Savage said after his team's 35-7 victory on a warm, sunny afternoon at Woodrow Wilson High School.
NEWS
September 20, 2013 | By Joseph A. Slobodzian, Inquirer Staff Writer
When it was over, after he had shot his childhood friend in the head for cheating him of his share of the proceeds from a stolen video-game system, Malik Anderson could not stand the sight of Daquan Crump's lifeless eyes. "His eyes were still open and staring off into space. I couldn't leave him there, and I didn't want to see him like that," Anderson, 18, allegedly told Philadelphia homicide detectives. "I stood over him and pulled the trigger and shot him in the face until the gun stopped.
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