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July 31, 1998

  • NEWS: C of C Outing Gets Harbor Links Off to a Good Start

    North Hempstead's new municipal golf course had its acid test as the venue of a golf outing sponsored by the Manhasset Chamber of Commerce on Monday, July 27. The course was opened to the public on Tuesday, July 28. As a matter of fact, a few golfers who showed up on Sunday, July 26, were permitted to play without an official tee-time as a sort of dress rehearsal. One of those golfers, J. R. Whitely of Port Washington, gave thumbs up to the course and said the back nine was "awesome." FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Manhasset Bids Farewell to Don Dunphy

    Don Dunphy, considered the premier voice in boxing broadcasting, died on Wednesday, July 22, at the age of 90. His funeral Mass was celebrated at St. Mary's in Manhasset on Monday, July 27, and it was a moving ceremony for his family, friends and colleagues. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: 12-Year-Olds Rockets Streaking

    The 12 year-old Rockets, a summer tournament travel baseball club, started slowly but have won their two most recent games. The first opponent was Rockville Centre. The game was played in oppressive heat at 2:00 P.M. on Sunday, July 18, at the opponent's well-manicured field. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: On The Bay

    Keeping up with the news of the waterfront has been overbalanced by thoughts of sadness following the death of Jim Devine on July 24 and then Herb Greenberg on July 25. Planning events for this season, we are reminded of Roger Shope's contribution to our sport. For several years ending in 1988, Jim was chairman of MBYC's Fall Series Committee. Herb Greenberg's KOD Knicknack is still in the KOD fleet and sailed by Arthur Kass. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: The Good, the Sad and the Ugly
  • OPINION: Patients' Bill of Rights Gets LWV Support

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