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Extractions: Home National Headquarters The Seven Jewels House of Alpha ... Email The Chapter's primary focus is community service, education and scholarship. The first officers were: Pres. Alex Bailey; Vice President, Keith Wilson; Secretary, Kenneth Tucker; Treasurer, Roland Chase; Director of Education, Loring Millin; Director of Intake Robert Kirkland; Associate Editor to the Sphinx, John Harris; Historian, Al Perrine; and Chaplain, Jesse McDaniel. In the first year of existence. our initial address was P.O. Box 279, Brandywine, MD 20613. Later the address was changed to P.O. Box 3766 Capitol Heights, MD 20791. In the first year we sent out monthly letters to remind brothers of the chapter meetings. We also included a monthly calendar of activities. Later a PUL hotline was established with the following number: 301/572-1906. The chapter voted to have the hotline replace the monthly letters and calendars of activities. In an effort to ensure that PUL was not only a full fledge operating chapter of Alpha, we took some extraordinary measures to make sure we were on par with other chapters. As an alumni chapter, we meet once a month and have an executive meeting between meetings. During our initial stages, we developed a phone tree system. We changed the meeting format to an opening adopting the agenda, introductions; reading prior minutes and then holding various committee meetings; coming back to a general body for a report out from the various committees, voting on recommendations from these committees meetings; new business; for the good of the order and closing with hymn and prayer. We were determined that since it was a process of learning each other as well that we would attend some after meeting social gathering - usually eating at a local restaurant and/or bar.
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Extractions: Pro Basketball Greeks Playing in the National Basketball Association during the 2000-2001 season were the following Greeks: Kappa Alpha Psi C Erick Dampier , Golden State; G Anfernee Hardaway , Phoenix; F Alan Henderson , Atlanta; G Allan Houston , New York; F Johnny Newman , New Jersey; G Elliott Perry Phoenix Pi Kappa Alpha F Jason Collier , Houston; F Horace Grant , LA Lakers; G Fred Hoiberg , Chicago; C Travis Knight , New York; C Dan McClintock , Denver; C Jake Voskuhl , Chicago Sigma Chi G Eric Piatkowski , LA Clippers Theta Chi F Brian Cardinal , Detroit NBA head coaches during the season were Larry Brown (Lambda Chi Alpha) of Philadelphia; Leonard Hamilton (Kappa Alpha Psi) of Washington; Dan Issel (Pi Kappa Alpha) of Denver; Phil Jackson (Sigma Alpha Epsilon) of the LA Lakers; Rick Pitino (Lambda Chi Alpha) of Boston; and Pat Riley (Sigma Nu) of Miami. Top level executives with NBA clubs include NBA Commissioner David Stern of Sigma Alpha Mu; Owner/Chairman Barry Ackerley (Sigma Chi) of Seattle; Vice Chairman of the Board Red Auerbach (Tau Epsilon Phi) of Boston; President/CEO Jerry Colangelo (Phi Kappa Psi) of Phoenix; Owner Mark Cuban (Pi Lambda Phi) of Dallas; Executive Vice-President Lee Douglas (Sigma Nu) of Atlanta; Owners Gavin Maloof (Sigma Chi) and Joe Maloof (Sigma Chi) of Sacramento; Chairman Jerry Reinsdorf (Alpha Epsilon Pi) of Chicago; Vice President of Basketball Operations Rick Sund (Delta Upsilon) of Detroit; and Senior Vice President, Player Personnel Dick Van Arsdale (Sigma Alpha Epsilon) of Phoenix.
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Extractions: News from February 2. The NBA named Shaquille O'Neal (LAL) as Player of the Month for January. O'Neal averaged 29 points, 12.8 rebounds, and 2.8 rebounds as the Lakers went 9-4 in January. The NBA named Tim Duncan (SA) as Rookie of the Month for January. Duncan averaged 19.5 points including 54.2% FG, 11.5 rebounds, and 2.1 blocks as San Antonio went 14-3 in January. The NBA named Larry Bird (Ind) as Coach of the Month for January. Indiana went 12-2 in January. The NBA named David Robinson (SA) as Player of the Week. Robinson averaged 31.5 points including 62% FG, 11.8 rebounds, and 3.3 blocks as San Antonio went 4-0. The Basketball Hall of Fame announced the nominees for election for 1998. The nominees are: Larry Bird played with the Boston Celtics 79-80 - 91-92 Larry Costello played with the Philadelphia Warriors 54-55 - 56-57 and 63-64 - 67-68 and with the Syracuse Nationals 57-58 - 62-63 and coached the Milwaukee Bucks 68-69 - 76-77 and the Chicago Bulls 78-79 Adrian Dantley 15 seasons as a player including with the Utah Jazz 79-80 - 85-86 and with the Detroit Pistons 86-87 - 88-89 Artis Gilmore played with the ABA Kentucky Colonels 71-72 - 75-76, the NBA Chicago Bulls 76-77 - 81-82 and 87-88, the San Antonio Spurs 82-83 - 86-87, and the Boston Celtics 87-88 Gus Johnson played with the NBA Baltimore Bullets 63-64 - 71-72, the Phoenix Suns 72-73, the ABA Indiana Pacers 72-73 Alex Hannum 12 years coaching in the NBA and 4 in the ABA, won titles with the 1958 St. Louis Hawks, 1967 Philadelphia 76ers, and 1969 ABA Oakland Oaks Marques Haynes 40 years with the Harleem Globetrotters and the Magicians Sidney Moncrief played with the Milwaukee Bucks 79-80 - 88-89 and the Atlanta Hawks 90-91 John Thompson 25 seasons as Georgetown University coach, won 1984 NCAA championship Chet Walker played with the Syracuse Nationals 62-63, Philadelphia 76ers 63-64 - 68-69, and Chicago Bulls 69-70 - 72-73 Tex Winters 51 seasons as NBA and college coach Additional nominees will be made from the Women's, Veteran's, and International committees. A nominee needs at least 18 of 24 votes from the Honors Committee to be inducted. The announcement for the new inductees will occur June 29 and the enshrinement ceremonies will occur in October. The NBA fined P.J. Brown (Mia) $2,500 and suspended him for 1 game for leaving the substitution box during Sunday's NY-Mia altercation between Larry Johnson (NY) and Alonzo Mourning (Mia). Johnson was fined $5,000 for the incident. The NBA fined Danny Fortson (Den) $5,000 for shoving Shawn Bradley (Dal) during Saturday's Den-Dal game. Tracy McGrady (Tor) was named to replace the injured Derek Anderson (Cle) in the Rookie Game. Detroit fired head coach Doug Collins and named Alvin Gentry as interim coach. Cleveland placed Derek Anderson in IR with a sprained right MCL and signed Carl Thomas to a 10-day contract. Charlotte placed Bobby Phills on IR with a left groin injury and signed Jeff Grayer to a 10-day contract. Terry Mills (Mia) underwent arthroscopic surgery on his left knee to remove loose cartilage and will be out 6 to 8 weeks. Denver activated George Zidek and placed Harold Ellis on IR with torn cartilage in his right knee. Dal 104, Van 90 - at Dal Michael Finley (Dal) had 30 points and 12 rebounds. Hubert Davis (Dal) had 18 points and 5 assists. Erick Strickland (Dal) had 21 points including 3-4 3-pointers. Bryant Reeves (Van) had 19 points and 10 rebounds. Antonio Daniels (Van) had 15 points. Samaki Walker (Dal, stress fracture right foot) did not play. Chi 111, Den 72 - at Den Scottie Pippen (Chi) had 19 points and 7 rebounds. Michael Jordan (Chi) had 15 points and 6 rebounds. Scott Burrell (Chi) had 24 points including 5-7 3-pointers. LaPhonso Ellis (Den) had 13 points and 5 rebounds. Johnny Newman (Den) had 19 points. Chi shot 50% (42-84) FG and Den shot 35.4% (28-79) FG. Chi out-rebounded Den 55-33 including 15-7 offensive. Toni Kukoc (Chi, back injury) did not play. Pho 106, Phi 97 - at Phi Antonio McDyess (Pho) had 22 points, 13 rebounds, and 7 assists. Rex Chapman (Pho) had 29 points on 12-19 FG and 5-8 3-pointers and 7 assists. Steve Nash (Pho) had 17 points and 3 steals. Jim Jackson (Phi) had 22 points on 10-16 FG and 6 assists. Allen Iverson (Phi) had 30 points and 7 assists. Cle 109, Min 99 - at Cle Cedric Henderson (Cle) had 24 points on 12-17 FG, 6 rebounds, and 5 turnovers. Shawn Kemp (Cle) had 16 points including 6-10 FT and 12 rebounds. Zydrunas Ilgauskas (Cle) had 19 points and 10 rebounds including 7 offensive. Wesley Person (Cle) had 18 points including 3-4 3-pointers and 8 rebounds. Stephon Marbury (Min) had 27 points on 7-21 FG, 5-11 3-pointers, and 8-10 FT and 5 assists. Terry Porter (Min) had 20 points and 6 rebounds. Cle out-rebounded Min 51-31 including 18-8 offensive. Tom Gugliotta (Min, sprained right ankle) did not play. Mia 90, Atl 83 - at Mia Jamal Mashburn (Mia) had 16 points. Alonzo Mourning (Mia) had 22 points including 10-12 FG, 17 rebounds, and 4 blocks. Tim Hardaway (Mia) had 11 points including 4-12 FG and 13 assists. Dikembe Mutombo (Atl) had 14 points including 6-7 FG and 15 rebounds. Steve Smith (Atl) had 17 points on 4-14 FG and 9-10 FT and 8 rebounds. Mookie Blaylock (Atl) had 20 points. Mia shot 9-13 FT and Atl shot 22-30 FT. P.J. Brown (Mia, suspended) did not play. Was 113, Det 101 - at Was Chris Webber (Was) had 23 points on 11-18 FG, 12 rebounds, and 6 assists. Juwan Howard (Was) had 17 points, 9 rebounds, and 9 assists. Rod Strickland (Was) had 26 points including 12-18 FG, 6 rebounds, and 10 assists. Grant Hill (Det) had 16 points and 10 rebounds. Jerry Stackhouse (Det) had 22 points and 3 blocks. Was shot 53.3% (49-92) FG and 10-14 FT and Det shot 41.8% (33-79) FG and 32-41 FT. On the lighter side Phil Jackson on Chicago's 111-72 win over Denver: "I thought the national anthem was the highlight out there."
Extractions: Team W L WL% GB St.Louis STL 101 60 .627 SanFranc SFG 91 71 .562 10.5 ChicagoC CHC 87 74 .540 14.0 Cincnnti CIN 87 75 .537 14.5 Phildlpa PHI 82 80 .506 19.5 Pittsbgh PIT 81 81 .500 20.5 Atlanta ATL 77 85 .475 24.5 LosAngls LAD 73 89 .451 28.5 Houston HOU 69 93 .426 32.5 NewYorkM NYM 61 101 .377 40.5 Postseason The latest on Baseball Books. Subscribe to our mailing list MLB Fan Shop at Amazon.com MarketPlace Ad In our MLB Fan Shop, we've got everything you need to show some awesome team spirit, including new Greg Maddux and Alex Rodriguez authentic home jerseys. AL NL League Yearly Summary Expanded Leaderboards Other: New Debuts Final Year Born this year Died this year ... Transactions League Batting Glossary Tm R/G R G AB H 2B 3B HR BB SO BA OBP SLG SB CS +-+-+-++-+-++-+++-+-+-+-+++ CHC STL PIT SFG ... NYM 3.07 498 162 5417 1288 178 23 83 362 981 .238 .286 .325 58 44 +-+-+-++-+-++-+++-+-+-+-+++ Tot 3.84 6218 1620 55026 13698 2133 427 1102 4672 9468 .249 .308 .363 694 470
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Extractions: News from March 24. Toronto activated Milt Palacio and placed Alvin Williams on IR with a sore right knee. Denver activated Chris Andersen and placed Nikoloz Tskitishvilli on IR with a sprained left ankle. Indiana activated Primoz Brezec and placed Jonathan Bender on IR with a sprained right shoulder. Marc Jackson (Phi) had his left foot, which has a stress fracture, placed in a hard cast and he is expected to be out the rest of the season. Eddie Griffin was sentence to 18 months probation, ordered to continue treatment for alcohol abuse, fined $2,000, and ordered to get a job for his guilty plea of a misdemeanor charge of deadly conduct. Griffin was also fined $1,000 and his drivers license was suspended for 6 months for an unrelated conviction for marijuana possession. Ind 103, Dal 99 at Ind Ron Artest (Ind) had 20 points including 7-20 FG, 8 rebounds, 5 assists, and 8 steals. Al Harrington (Ind) had 17 points including 5-14 FG, 8 rebounds, 3 steals, and 5 turnovers. Jeff Foster (Ind) had 12 points and 12 rebounds. Austin Croshere (Ind) had 16 points including 3-4 3-pointers and 6 rebounds. Antoine Walker (Dal) had 15 points on 7-11 FG, 11 rebounds, 3 blocks, and 5 turnovers. Dirk Nowitzki (Dal) had 22 points, 7 rebounds, and 5 blocks. Steve Nash (Dal) had 13 points, 6 rebounds, 14 assists, and 6 turnovers. Ind shot 24-33 FT and Dal shot 13-16 FT. Jeramine O'Neal (Ind, bruised left knee) and Michael Finley (Dal, sore right calf) did not play. LAL 115, Sac 91 at LAL Shaquille O'Neal (LAL) had 17 points, 16 rebounds, and 6 assists. Kobe Bryant (LAL) had 36 points including 12-12 FT, 6 rebounds, and 6 assists. Gary Payton (LAL) had 20 points on 10-17 FG and 5 rebounds. Predrag Stojakovic (Sac) had 20 points and 8 rebounds. Chris Webber (Sac) had 18 points. LAL shot 51.6% (47-91) FG and Sac shot 41% (34-83) FG. LAL out-rebounded Sac 55-33. Gerald Wallace (Sac, sprained left foot) did not play. Mem 111, NY 97 at NY Pau Gasol (Mem) had 23 points on 5-15 FG and 13-15 FT and 6 rebounds. James Posey (Mem) had 17 points. Mike Miller (Mem) had 15 points, 6 rebounds, and 5 turnovers. Nazr Mohammed (NY) had 13 points and 7 rebounds. Stephon Marbury (NY) had 23 points, 10 assists, and 5 turnovers. Allan Houston (NY, left quad contusion) and Tim Thomas (NY, strained right groin) did not play. Den 101, Min 92 at Den Carmelo Anthony (Den) had 25 points on 6-18 FG and 13-15 FT and 6 rebounds. Nene (Den) had 11 points and 6 rebounds. Earl Boykins (Den) had 21 points. Kevin Garnett (Min) had 24 points including 11-12 FT and 14 rebounds. Fred Hoiberg (Min) had 17 points including 6-8 FG and 3-4 3-pointers and 8 rebounds. Den shot 32-42 FT and Min shot 17-21 FT. Marcus Camby (Den, strained right groin) did not play. Phi 99, Pho 94 at Phi Kenny Thomas (Phi) had 17 points on 3-9 FG and 11-12 FT and 5 rebounds. Samuel Dalembert (Phi) had 23 points including 10-15 FT, 14 rebounds including 10 offensive, and 3 blocks. Willie Green (Phi) had 18 points and 3 steals. Damon Stoudemire (Pho) had 24 points including 10-11 FT and 9 rebounds. Shawn Marion (Pho) had 24 points and 8 rebounds. Joe Johnson (Pho) had 27 points, 8 assists, and 5 turnovers. Allen Iverson (Phi, right knee synovitis), Marc Jackson (Phi, stress reaction left foot), and Jake Voskuhl (Pho, plantar fasciaitis) did not play. Por 91, LAC 85 at Por Zach Randolph (Por) had 13 points and 6 rebounds. Damon Stoudamire (Por) had 32 points including 6-10 3-pointers and 5 assists. Shareef Abdur-Rahim (Por) had 14 points. Corey Maggette (LAC) had 22 points including 8-11 FG and 6 rebounds. Eddie House (LAC) had 21 points and 5 assists. Keyon Dooling (LAC, stomach virus), Quentin Richardson (LAC, back spasms), and Chris Wilcox (LAC, strained left Achilles) did not play. GS 98, Mil 89 at GS Clifford Robinson (GS) had 18 points including 5-16 FG, 7 rebounds, and 9 assists. Mickeal Pietrus (GS) had 18 points including 7-9 FG. Erick Dampier (GS) had 18 points, 13 rebounds, and 4 blocks. Mike Dunleavy (GS) had 18 points. Michael Redd (Mil) had 24 points including 8-10 FT and 6 rebounds. Desmond Mason (Mil) had 20 points including 8-10 FT. Sea 84, Uta 77 at Sea Rashard Lewis (Sea) had 13 points including 4-11 FG, 7 rebounds, and 4 blocks. Ray Allen (Sea) had 26 points including 10-15 FG. Anthony Daniels (Sea) had 15 points on 2-8 FG and 11-11 FT and 5 rebounds. Andrei Kirilenko (Uta) had 16 points including 5-15 FG and 8 rebounds. Maurice Williams (Uta) had 15 points and 3 steals. Hou 90, Tor 89 OT at Hou Yao Ming (Hou) had 25 points, 17 rebounds including 7 offensive, and 5 turnovers. Steve Francis (Hou) had 17 points and 9 assists. Cuttino Mobley (Hou) had 17 points and 7 rebounds in 51 minutes. Vince Carter (Tor) had 26 points, 13 rebounds, 5 assists, and 3 steals in 50 minutes. Jalen Rose (Tor) had 20 points and 7 assists. Jim Jackson (Hou, lower back stiffness) did not play. Mia 105, Orl 90 at Orl Lamar Odom (Mia) had 20 points including 8-11 FG, 14 rebounds, and 3 blocks. Eddie Jones (Mia) had 28 points and 7 rebounds. Dwyane Wade (Mia) had 24 points including 8-10 FG, 7 assists, and 5 turnovers. Tracy McGrady (Orl) had 18 points. Drew Gooden (Orl) had 23 points and 7 rebounds.