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NEWS
January 23, 1989 | By Steve Wartenberg, Special to The Inquirer
Brian Devine of La Salle had been working diligently on his finishing kick the last few weeks in practice. On Saturday at an indoor meet at East Stroudsburg University, his work paid off. In the Division I (larger schools) distance-medley relay, Devine - running the mile anchor leg - came from third to win the race for teammates Joe Hohenleitner, Greg Ryan and Dave Devine. The Devines are twins and the sons of La Salle coach Pat Devine. Central Bucks West (Greg Dattner, Steve Casale, Mike Petry and Todd Wiley)
NEWS
March 3, 2013 | By Rita Giordano, Inquirer Staff Writer
A public briefing on the progress of Delaware County's still-forming local economic development strategy will be held Wednesday by the County Council. Once complete, the strategy will be a 10-year plan to promote job growth, opportunity, and community vitality, according to county spokeswoman Trish Cofiell. The Redevelopment Authority of the Delaware County Commerce Center has been working with the Delta Development Group Inc., a Mechanicsburg, Pa.-based planning firm hired for about $107,000, to conduct the study to form the strategy.
NEWS
February 21, 1989 | By Chris Morkides, Special to The Inquirer
Sometimes, a coach pushes all of the right buttons. Other times, the buttons jam. Marple Newtown basketball coach Vince Clarke went to a box-and-one against Penncrest center Lennie Jenkins in the third quarter of a Central League contest Friday night. The strategy had worked in Marple's 69-68 win over the Lions on Jan. 20, and Clarke figured it would work again. Clarke didn't figure on Lanue Johnson, however. The Penncrest guard exploited Marple's box-and-one for 11 third-quarter points, and the Lions turned a close game into a 68-57 rout.
NEWS
April 17, 1987 | By Christopher Hepp, Inquirer Staff Writer
Frank L. Rizzo's first news conference of his Republican mayoral campaign was going well yesterday until a reporter brought up an unwelcome issue - Rizzo's opponent, John J. Egan Jr. From there, things went downhill. "I'm not going to get into any other subjects today," Rizzo said, trying to brush aside a question concerning his refusal to debate Egan. "This is strictly on clean streets and the cleanliness of City Hall. " But the reporters persisted. Egan, during an earlier news conference, had accused Rizzo of being arrogant for refusing to debate.
SPORTS
February 20, 1991 | By Rich Bradley, Special to the Daily News
Ben Franklin coach Ken Hamilton approached yesterday's Public League quarterfinal at Simon Gratz with an interesting strategy. Instead of trying to contain Gratz's big guys - 6-10 Rasheed Wallace, 6-9 Wilfred Kirkaldy and 6-6 Calvin Wingfield - Hamilton tried to limit their opportunites by attempting to shut down lead guard Levan Alston. It didn't work quite as well as it might have looked on the blackboard. Alston scored 14 points and tacked on 4 assists, 4 rebounds and 2 steals before fouling out midway through the fourth quarter to lead the Bulldogs to a 72-46 humbling of Franklin and advance to Sunday's semifinal against Central.
NEWS
November 13, 1990 | By Mark Perner, Special to The Inquirer Staff writer Frank Lawlor contributed to this article
One intangible a team needs entering the championship season is senior leadership, and the Frankford Pioneers have that. Led by Kathie Weber's example on the course and Jennifer Dunphy's leadership all week during practice, the Pioneers have come on strong late in the cross-country season. The momentum continued Thursday at the Northeast area meet at Lincoln High when, led by Weber's first-place finish, the Pioneers edged Washington, 32-33. Frankford coach Michele Koskinen expected a close race but was surprised that her team won. "I thought Washington would definitely win it by one or two points," Koskinen said.
NEWS
January 12, 1992 | By Diane Struzzi, Special to The Inquirer
If it ain't selling, then fix it. Kulicke & Soffa Industries of Willow Grove, a supplier of assembly systems to the semiconductor industry, is trying that strategy to improve on its 1991 performance - a $1 million loss. In a faltering domestic and foreign climate for its industry, the company had decided to focus on customer service and beef up its international support staff. "Our expansion in terms of service and support is also part of our strategy," said David Nixon, director of worldwide field services.
NEWS
December 4, 1986 | By Kurt Pfitzer, Special to The Inquirer
Gary Kochersperger is intrigued by the fact that two traditions are ending and one is continuing as he starts his 11th year as head coach of Upper Moreland's basketball team. For the first time in his coaching career, Kochersperger said, the Golden Bears will not base their offense on one key player. And for the first time in a half-dozen years, there are Bears who stand taller than 6 feet, 2 inches. But as they have in past years, the Bears will show opponents a variety of defensive strategies.
SPORTS
September 28, 1987 | By PAUL HAGEN, Daily News Sports Writer
The Phillies will convene their organizational meetings today at Veterans Stadium, and that's not new. Every year, every team gathers its baseball people at the end of the season to decide what can be done to improve the club. Still, the Phillies' meetings could be interesting. Especially if a majority in the room is as resolved to go into the postseason aggressively seeking deals as manager Lee Elia is. Asked how many current Phillies he would consider "untouchable," Elia said: "I wouldn't want to get into numbers, but I'd say that 85 percent of this ballclub, if we have a chance to help ourselves, that would be a possibility (to trade)
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