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February 21, 2002 | Daily News Wire Services
Eddie Sutton's 700th victory came where Oklahoma State hadn't won in a while. The 13th-ranked Cowboys beat Texas, 85-80, last night, their first win in Austin since December 1974. But it was the career milestone that had several players carrying Sutton off the court when the game ended. Sutton, the 14th Division I coach to reach the 700-win mark, is 700-275 in his 32 seasons as a head coach at Creighton, Arkansas, Kentucky and Oklahoma State. "It means I've been coaching a long time," Sutton said, trying to downplay the achievement.
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December 3, 1992 | By Kevin Tatum, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Before Bob Sutton was even out of college, he was coaching at Michigan under the renowned Bo Schembechler. At 24, he was the defensive coordinator at Western Michigan, and he was 26 when he took a similar position at Illinois. Now 41 and in his second year as head coach at Army, Sutton will send the Cadets into Veterans Stadium on Saturday for their 93d meeting with Navy. Army enters the contest with the same 4-6 record it had a year ago, before the Cadets' season ended with a 24-3 loss to the Midshipmen.
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March 27, 2000 | By Joe Logan, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Saved by the bell - or, more accurately, by the thunder, lightning and rain. Just when it looked as if Tiger Woods was not going to mount one of his famous come-from-behind victories in the final round of the 27th Players Championship yesterday, the weather came to his rescue. As Hal Sutton and Woods trudged up the 12th fairway, with Sutton holding a 3-shot lead at 10 under par, a nasty thunderstorm forced an abrupt halt to play at TPC Sawgrass. Sutton, Woods and 18 others who were still on the course will resume their final rounds at 9 a.m. today.
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September 9, 2014 | BY VALERIE RUSS, Daily News Staff Writer russv@phillynews.com, 215-854-5987
THE REV. DANIEL E. Sutton preached yesterday on a chapter in the Gospel of St. Matthew quoting Jesus: Upon this rock, I will build my church . . . and I will give unto thee the keys to the kingdom of heaven. But before Sutton began - in fact, before he could get to the pulpit at North Philly's Second Pilgrim Baptist Church - his supporters had to cut locks off the church's front gates. Congregants who had tried to lock Sutton out of the church, on 15th Street near Poplar, had called police.
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August 22, 2014 | BY VALERIE RUSS, Daily News Staff Writer russv@phillynews.com, 215-854-5987
WYLIE WALKER sat yesterday in a basement office at North Philadelphia's Second Pilgrim Baptist Church, where he is financial secretary. His church has filed a lawsuit against its minister, the Rev. Daniel E. Sutton. The church is 98 years old, and many members, like Walker, have been there for decades. Sutton was hired in November 2006. Walker and other congregants filed the suit last month, describing Sutton as "an employee" who had breached his employment contract by signing an agreement to sell the church building and three surrounding parcels for $1.1 million.
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June 21, 1989 | By Angelo Cataldi and Glen Macnow, Inquirer Staff Writers
A former pro football player works his way through medical school and opens up practice as an orthopedic surgeon. Given his background, his knowledge and his understanding of players, wouldn't he make an ideal team physician? The Los Angeles Rams thought so. And that's why they once offered the job to Dr. Edward Sutton, a five-year NFL veteran. Sutton's answer? "No way. " Sutton, a two-way halfback for three clubs from 1957 through 1961, said he was offered the team physician job by former Los Angeles Rams owner Carroll Rosenbloom in the mid-'70s.
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November 25, 1990 | By Michael V. Copeland, Special to The Inquirer
Drivers will soon be prohibited from making a left turn south on Durham Road at the Trenton Road intersection in Middletown Township. The intersection has been the site of backups in recent months that have blocked driveways along Durham Road and extended across the Interstate 95 interchange. "We've had a lot of complaints since the present light was installed," said Middletown Township manager John J. Burke. Middletown Township Police Lieutenant Mort Sutton presented the alternatives for traffic patterning to the Board of Supervisors during a work session Tuesday night.
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February 21, 1987 | By Carol Horner, Inquirer Staff Writer
It's a bit of a struggle to remember but, given a few moments, Jan Sutton can recall the birthdates of her two toddlers. One girl was born on Oct. 19, 1983, she said finally, and the other on Dec. 19, 1984. "I mean, it's like I don't think of them as my children," the 37-year-old mother said with a smile. "I mean, my kids' birthdays I never forget. " Her kids, the ones she has reared, are 12 and 10 now, and live with her in San Diego. The others, the toddlers, were handed over at birth to other women, women married to the men who fathered the girls through artificial insemination.
NEWS
July 2, 1996 | by Dave Davies, Daily News Staff Writer
One deal is sealed, another is about to open. While the city's municipal labor contracts are done, the battle over the leadership of the largest municipal union, AFSCME District Council 33, is about to heat up again. Tomorrow, ballot boxes used in the May 14 election that returned DC33 President James Sutton for another term will be opened at the AFSCME International headquarters in Washington. Rival Pete Matthews claims Sutton stole the election by having extra ballots printed and stuffed into ballot boxes.
SPORTS
March 19, 1989 | From Inquirer Wire Services
J. R. Reid, North Carolina's leading scorer, has been suspended for today's NCAA second-round game against UCLA for violating curfew on Friday night. Coach Dean Smith made the announcement yesterday afternoon, after learning that Reid and Rodney Hyatt, a junior who is being redshirted this season, missed the curfew by a few minutes. Both players were sent back to Chapel Hill from Atlanta. "We'll be lucky to be playing next week, but if we are, J. R. and Rodney will be members of our squad," Smith said in a statement released by Rick Brewer, the school's sports information director.
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December 31, 2014 | BY JOHN F. MORRISON, Daily News Staff Writer morrisj@phillynews.com, 215-854-5573
JULY 25 was for years a big day on the block of Arch Street above 50th in West Philadelphia. It was Mary Sutton-Oglesby's birthday, and the neighborhood was invited to share in the celebration. "She would block off the street and would spend weeks preparing her signature Southern dishes for the party that would last all night long," her family said in a tribute. Mary had a slogan: "If the food ran out, then it was not enough. " But it always was enough. In fact, leftovers were in the refrigerator afterward despite the fact that a couple hundred people would be fed through several shifts.
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September 9, 2014 | BY VALERIE RUSS, Daily News Staff Writer russv@phillynews.com, 215-854-5987
THE REV. DANIEL E. Sutton preached yesterday on a chapter in the Gospel of St. Matthew quoting Jesus: Upon this rock, I will build my church . . . and I will give unto thee the keys to the kingdom of heaven. But before Sutton began - in fact, before he could get to the pulpit at North Philly's Second Pilgrim Baptist Church - his supporters had to cut locks off the church's front gates. Congregants who had tried to lock Sutton out of the church, on 15th Street near Poplar, had called police.
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August 22, 2014 | BY VALERIE RUSS, Daily News Staff Writer russv@phillynews.com, 215-854-5987
WYLIE WALKER sat yesterday in a basement office at North Philadelphia's Second Pilgrim Baptist Church, where he is financial secretary. His church has filed a lawsuit against its minister, the Rev. Daniel E. Sutton. The church is 98 years old, and many members, like Walker, have been there for decades. Sutton was hired in November 2006. Walker and other congregants filed the suit last month, describing Sutton as "an employee" who had breached his employment contract by signing an agreement to sell the church building and three surrounding parcels for $1.1 million.
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May 4, 2014 | By Jim Rutter, For The Inquirer
Everyone's done it. Yes, what you're thinking, too. But every regular theatergoer has seen (or will see) I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change . Lyricist Joe DiPietro and musician Jimmy Roberts' 1996 battle-of-the-sexes musical comedy ran Off-Broadway for more than a decade and has been staged across the country. Few companies I've seen have staged it with the same charm and comic aplomb as the production now running at the Walnut Street Theatre's Independence Studio on 3. DiPietro's book pokes evenhanded, light fun at the courtship habits of two couples: Man 1 (Christopher Sutton)
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April 23, 2013
Neumann-Goretti point guard Hanif Sutton has committed to play basketball at Ursinus. Sutton helped lead the Saints to a 23-6 record and their fifth straight Catholic League championship this season. The 5-foot-9 senior earned third-team all-league honors. Sutton, who excels as an on-the-ball defender, also received interest from East Stroudsburg, Holy Family, and Lock Haven. - Rick O'Brien
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January 15, 2013 | BY TED SILARY, Daily News Staff Writer silaryt@phillynews.com
AS DOES all of sporting life, basketball requires perspective. So, upon falling to La Salle High, 65-62, on Jan. 7, after claiming 73 consecutive Catholic League victories, including playoffs, over five seasons, Ss. Neumann-Goretti's players needed to remember a streak had ended, not the world. Sure, senior point guard Hanif Sutton found himself among the guys who got misty-eyed. More than once, even. But as the days passed, he found himself able to proceed in surprisingly smooth fashion.
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November 14, 2012 | BY JOHN F. MORRISON, Daily News Staff Writer morrisj@phillynews.com, 215-854-5573
PHILLY OLD-TIMERS will remember when high school football was big. Huge crowds packed stadiums to watch games, especially playoff games. The city championship game between Northeast High School and St. Joseph's Preparatory School in 1942 was an example. More than 20,000 fans packed Temple Stadium, where, when they arrived, workers were still pushing off snow from a storm. Northeast's star was Joseph "Bud" Sutton, a tough kid destined for the NFL, who repeatedly slammed into the St. Joe's line in one of the hardest-fought high school contests ever.
NEWS
July 8, 2012 | By Julie Zauzmer, Inquirer Staff Writer
Blaine M. Sutton, 91, of Hatboro, a chemist who helped develop a groundbreaking treatment for rheumatoid arthritis, died Saturday, June 30, at Abington Hospice at Warminster. Dr. Sutton was the primary researcher on a team that found in 1972 that oral administration of gold could halt the progression of arthritis in children and adults. Though the discovery of a more effective gold injection and other drugs later made Dr. Sutton's therapy less common, he is recognized as an influential arthritis researcher.
SPORTS
February 1, 2012
Villanova coach Jay Wright really had to scramble his lineup Saturday against Marquette because his two primary big men, Mouphtaou Yarou and Markus Kennedy, were in foul trouble. So he went with 6-foot-11 junior Maurice Sutton for a season-high 22 minutes, and Sutton responded with 11 points and a career-high 10 rebounds, and matched up better with the quickness of the Golden Eagles. "He was awesome," Wright said. "He was great, played with a lot of energy. It's one of the things we try to get our guys to take pride in. We have confidence in all of them to be ready.
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