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November 27, 1999
FILE PHOTO 24FEB97 - Convicted murderer John E. du Pont, the multimillionaire who shot and killed Olymic...
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FILE PHOTO OF CONVICTED MURDERER JOHN DU PONT.
FILE PHOTO 24FEB97 - Convicted murderer John E. du Pont, the multimillionaire who shot and killed Olymic wrestler David Schultz in 1996, had the wrongful death claim filed against him by Schultz's widow settled November 26, according to a Philadelphia Inquirer report. Du Pont is shown being wheeled out of the courthouse Feb. 24, 1997 during deliberations in his trial where he was found "guilty but mentally ill" of third degree murder in the shooting of Schultz. rc/Photo by Barbara L.

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July 09, 1998
Amy Grossberg is escorted into the Daniel Herrmann courthouse July 9 before her sentencing hearing for...
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AMY GROSSBERG CRIES AS SHE WALKS IN TO COURTHOUSE IN WILMINGTON, DELAWARE.
Amy Grossberg is escorted into the Daniel Herrmann courthouse July 9 before her sentencing hearing for her role in the 1996 death of her newborn son, who was found in a hotel dumpster. Grossberg, 19, who pleaded guilty to manslaughter in April, was sentenced to eight years in total, but Superior Court Judge Henry duPont Ridgely suspended 5-1/2 years. She also must pay a $5,000 fine.

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July 09, 1998
Brian Peterson, Amy Grossberg's 20-year-old former sweetheart, arrives for his sentencing in the death...
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BRIAN PETERSON WALKS IN TO COURTHOUSE FOR SENTENCING HEARING.
Brian Peterson, Amy Grossberg's 20-year-old former sweetheart, arrives for his sentencing in the death of the couple's newborn son, July 9. Superior Court Judge Henry duPont Ridgely handed down an eight year sentence against Peterson, but suspended six years of the term. Like Grossberg, Peterson also was fined $5,000 to cover the cost of their prosecution.

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July 09, 1998
Amy Grossberg is escorted into the Daniel Herrmann courthouse July 9 before her sentencing hearing for...
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AMY GROSSBERG CRIES AS SHE WALKS IN TO COURTHOUSE IN DELAWARE.
Amy Grossberg is escorted into the Daniel Herrmann courthouse July 9 before her sentencing hearing for her role in the 1996 death of her newborn son, who was found in a hotel dumpster. Grossberg, 19, who pleaded guilty to manslaughter in April, was sentenced to eight years in total, but Superior Court Judge Henry duPont Ridgely suspended 5-1/2 years. She also must pay a $5,000 fine.

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July 09, 1998
Brian Peterson Jr. walks into the courthouse with his mother Barbara Zuchowski and attorney Joe Hurley...
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BRIAN PETERSON JR. WALKS INTO WILMINGTON COURTHOUSE FOR SENTENCING.
Brian Peterson Jr. walks into the courthouse with his mother Barbara Zuchowski and attorney Joe Hurley at the front entrance to the Daniel Herrmann courthouse before his sentencing hearing in Wilmington, Delaware on July 9. Peterson pleaded quilty to manslaughter earlier this year for the death of his baby in November of 1996.

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July 09, 1998
Amy Grossberg walks in with her attorney Robert Tanenbaum at the front entrance to the Daniel Herrmann...
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AMY GROSSBERG WALKS IN TO COURTHOUSE IN WILMINGTON.
Amy Grossberg walks in with her attorney Robert Tanenbaum at the front entrance to the Daniel Herrmann courthouse July 9 before her sentencing hearing for her role in the 1996 death of her newborn son, who was found in a hotel dumpster. Grossberg was sentenced to two and a half years in prison.

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July 05, 1998
Philadelphia Phillies Scott Rolen celebrates his three-run homerun with teammates during the first inning...
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PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES SCOTT ROLEN CELEBRATES HIS THREE RUN HOMERUN.
Philadelphia Phillies Scott Rolen celebrates his three-run homerun with teammates during the first inning of MLB action against the Milwaukee Brewers, July 5 in Philadelphia. Rolen scored Doug Glanville and Desi Relaford .The Phillies won 4 to 3.

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July 05, 1998
Milwaukee Brewers Jose Valentin is forced out at second on a double play as Philadelphia Phillies second...
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BREWERS JOSE VALENTIN FAILS TO BREAK UP DOUBLE PLAY IN FIFTH INNING.
Milwaukee Brewers Jose Valentin is forced out at second on a double play as Philadelphia Phillies second baseman Kevin Jordan jumps out of his way after throwing to first during the fifth inning of MLB action, July 5 in Philadelphia. The Phillies won 4 to 3. blj/Photo by Barbara L.

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July 05, 1998
Milwaukee Brewers Jeff Cirillo is forced out on a double play as Philadelphia Phillies shortstop Desi...
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BREWERS JEFF CIRILLO FAILS TO BREAK UP DOUBLE PLAY IN FOURTH INNING.
Milwaukee Brewers Jeff Cirillo is forced out on a double play as Philadelphia Phillies shortstop Desi Relaford throws to first during the fourth inning of MLB action, July 5 in Philadelphia. The Phillies won 4 to 3.

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July 05, 1998
Milwaukee Brewers Fernando Vina scores at the plate as Philadelphia Phillies catcher Mike Lieberthal...
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BREWERS FERNANDO VINA SCORES AS PHILLIES CATCHER MIKE LIEBERTHAL BOBBLES BALL.
Milwaukee Brewers Fernando Vina scores at the plate as Philadelphia Phillies catcher Mike Lieberthal bobbles the ball during the first inning of their game July 5 in Philadelphia. Vina scored from third on a sacrafice fly hit by Jeff Cirillo.

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June 28, 1998
Philadlephia Phillies Scott Rolen is safe at the plate as Tampa Bay Devil Rays catcher John Flaherty...
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PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES SCOTT ROLEN SCORES DURING THE FIRST INNING.
Philadlephia Phillies Scott Rolen is safe at the plate as Tampa Bay Devil Rays catcher John Flaherty is late on the tag during the first inning June 27 in Philadelphia. Rolen scored from second on a single hit by Rico Brogna. blj/Photo by Barbara L.

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June 28, 1998
Former Philadelphia Phillies catcher Darren Dalton waves to the crowd as he walks out from centerfield...
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DARREN DALTON WAVES TO THE CROWD AT CEREMONY.
Former Philadelphia Phillies catcher Darren Dalton waves to the crowd as he walks out from centerfield during the opening ceremonies for his tribute at Veterans Stadium on June 27 in Philadelphia. During his 14-year big league career, Dalton was a three-time All-Star and played in two World Series. blj/Photo by Barbara L.

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June 28, 1998
Former Philadelphia Phillies catcher Darren Daulton (R) greets his former teammate Steve Carlton during...
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DARREN DAULTON GREETS FORMER TEAMMATE STEVE CARLTON DURING TRIBUTE.
Former Philadelphia Phillies catcher Darren Daulton (R) greets his former teammate Steve Carlton during a tribute to Daulton at Veterans Stadium June 27 in Philadelphia. In his 14-year big league career, Daulton was a three-time All-Star and played in two World Series. blj/Photo by Barbara L.

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June 17, 1998
Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Curt Schilling celebrates with Phillies catcher Mike Lieberthal after pitching...
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PHILLIES PITCHER SCHILLING CELEBRATES COMPLETE GAME WITH CATCHER LIEBERTHAL.
Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Curt Schilling celebrates with Phillies catcher Mike Lieberthal after pitching a complete game against the Pittsburgh Pirates on June 17 at Veterans Stadium in Philadelphia. Schilling struck out 10 batters and continues to lead the Major Leagues with 157 stikeouts. The Phillies won the game 3-1 to sweep the three-game series. ssh/Photo by Barbara L.

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June 14, 1998
Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Carlton Loewer pitches during the first inning against the Chicago Cubs,...
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PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES PITCHER CARLTON LOEWER PITCHES DURING FIRST INNING.
Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Carlton Loewer pitches during the first inning against the Chicago Cubs, June 14 in Philadelphia. Loewer gave up five hits and struck out eight in his major league debut to lead the phillies to a 4-2 victory. blj/Photo by Barbara L.

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June 13, 1998
Chicago Cub Terrell Lowery dodges an inside pitch by Philadelphia Phillies' Toby Borland in the 10th...
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CHICAGO CUB TERRELL LOWERY DODGES AN INSIDE PITCH.
Chicago Cub Terrell Lowery dodges an inside pitch by Philadelphia Phillies' Toby Borland in the 10th inning on June 13 at Veterans Stadium in Philadelphia. The Chicago Cubs won 10-8 in 10 innings. ssh/Photo by Barbara L.

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June 13, 1998
Chicago Cubs Mickey Morandini (L) scores as Philadelphia Phillies catcher Mike Lieberthal loses the ball...
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CHICAGO CUB MICKEY MORANDINI SCORES IN THE 10TH INNING.
Chicago Cubs Mickey Morandini (L) scores as Philadelphia Phillies catcher Mike Lieberthal loses the ball during the 10th inning of their game June 13. Morandini scored on a suicide squeeze single by Matt Mieske. The Cubs won 10-8 in 10 innings. ssh/Photo by Barbara L.

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June 13, 1998
Philadelphia Phillies' Bobby Abreu safely steals second base as he beats the throw to Chicago Cubs second...
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PHILLIES ABREU STEALS SECOND BASE AGAINST CUBS.
Philadelphia Phillies' Bobby Abreu safely steals second base as he beats the throw to Chicago Cubs second baseman Mickey Morandini during the second inning of their June 13 game. blh/Photo by Barbara L.

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June 11, 1998
Philadelphia Phillies' catcher Mike Lieberthal catches a wild pitch from Tyler Green, during the fifth...
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PHILLIES CATHCER MIKE LIEBERTHAL CATCHES WILD PITCH FROM TYLER GREEN.
Philadelphia Phillies' catcher Mike Lieberthal catches a wild pitch from Tyler Green, during the fifth inning of interleague action against the Baltimore Orioles at Veterans Stadium, June 10 in Philadelphia. blj/Photo by Barbara L.

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June 11, 1998
Baltimore Orioles' shortstop Mike Bordick throws a ground ball hit by Philadelphia Phillies' Doug Glanville...
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ORIOLES MIKE BORDICK THROWS A GROUND BALL TO FIRST BASE IN GAME AGAINST PHILLIES.
Baltimore Orioles' shortstop Mike Bordick throws a ground ball hit by Philadelphia Phillies' Doug Glanville to first, during the third inning of interleague action at Veterans Stadium, June 10 in Philadelphia. Glanville was safe on the play. blj/Photo by Barbara L.

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June 08, 1998
National Rifle Association President-elect Charlton Heston answers questions from reporters during a...
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NEW NRA PRESIDENT CHARLTON HESTON TALKS TO REPORTERS.
National Rifle Association President-elect Charlton Heston answers questions from reporters during a press conference at the Marriott in Philadelphia June 8. Heston, now serving as first vice president of the NRA, was elected president of the 2.8 million-member group at a meeting of the board of directors earlier in the day. blj/Photo by Barbara L.

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June 08, 1998
Newly-elected National Rifle Association President Charlton Heston stops to shake hands with a supporter...
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CHARLTON HESTON SHAKES HANDS WITH A SUPPORTER AT NRA CONVENTION.
Newly-elected National Rifle Association President Charlton Heston stops to shake hands with a supporter as he makes his way through the crowd for a press conference with executive vice president and chief executive officer of the NRA, Wayne LaPierre (C) June 8. The Oscar-winning Heston is known for his roles in movies spectacle as, "The 10 Commandments," "Ben Hur" and "Planet of the Apes." blj/Photo by Barbara L.

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June 08, 1998
Newly-elected National Rifle Association President Charlton Heston and executive vice president and chief...
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CHARLTON HESTON TALKS TO REPORTERS AT NRA CONVENTION.
Newly-elected National Rifle Association President Charlton Heston and executive vice president and chief executive officer of the NRA, Wayne LaPierre (L) answer questions from reporters during a press conference at the Marriott June 8. The Oscar-winning Heston is also known for his roles in movies spectacle as, "The 10 Commandments," "Ben Hur" and "Planet of the Apes." blj/Photo by Barbara L.

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June 04, 1998
Vicki Johnson carries June 3 a framed picture wrapped in a blanket from a friend's house that was destroyed...
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WOMAN RETRIEVES PICTURE FROM DAMAGED HOUSE.
Vicki Johnson carries June 3 a framed picture wrapped in a blanket from a friend's house that was destroyed from the tornado in Lake Carey, Pennsylvania. The top story of the two-story house is seen in the background. The tornado ripped through Wyoming County June 2 around 9:00 pm, killing two people and destroying or severely damaging 150 to 300 homes. blj/Photo by Barbara L.

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June 04, 1998
A row of homes and trees damaged by a tornado are seen in Lake Carey, Pennsylvania on June 3. Officials...
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HOUSES AND TREES DAMAGED BY TORNADO IN LAKE CAREY.
A row of homes and trees damaged by a tornado are seen in Lake Carey, Pennsylvania on June 3. Officials said more than 100 homes were damaged or destroyed by a tornado that passed through the area late June 2, killing at least two people, flinging boats from their mooring and shattering trailers. blj/Photo by Barbara L.

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June 04, 1998
A row of homes and trees show the damage from a tornado in Lake Carey, Pennsylvania on June 3. The tornado...
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HOUSES AND TREES DESTROYED OR DAMAGED FROM TORNADO.
A row of homes and trees show the damage from a tornado in Lake Carey, Pennsylvania on June 3. The tornado ripped through Wyoming County June 2 around 9:00 pm, killing two people and destroying or severely damaging 150 to 300 homes. The Wyoming County Commissioner Ron Williams declared a state of emergency for the entire county. blj/Photo by Barbara L.

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June 04, 1998
A National Guard officer surveys the damage from the tornado in Lake Carey, Pennsylvania on June 3. Behind...
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NATIONAL GUARD OFFICER SURVEYS AREA DAMAGED BY TORNADO.
A National Guard officer surveys the damage from the tornado in Lake Carey, Pennsylvania on June 3. Behind him is a home that was completely leveled. Officials said more than 100 homes were damaged or destroyed by a tornado that passed through the area killing at least two people, flinging boats from their mooring and shattering trailers. blj/Photo by Barbara L.

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June 04, 1998
Scott Parker of Phoenixville surveys the damage as he stands where the master bedroom was in his mother's...
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SCOTT PARKER SURVEY TORNADO DAMAGE TO HIS MOTHER'S HOUSE IN LAKE CAREY.
Scott Parker of Phoenixville surveys the damage as he stands where the master bedroom was in his mother's house before it was destroyed by a tornado in Lake Carey, Pennsylvania on June 3. Officials said more than 100 homes were damaged or destroyed by a tornado that passed through the area killing at least two people, flinging boats from their mooring and shattering trailers. blj/Photo by Barbara L.

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June 03, 1998
Heavy rush hour traffic moves slowy as it leaves center city on the east (R) and west bound lanes of...
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RUSH HOUR TRAFFIC LEAVING CENTER CITY IN PHILADELPHIA.
Heavy rush hour traffic moves slowy as it leaves center city on the east (R) and west bound lanes of the Schuylkill Expressway outside Philadelphia on June 2. This is the second day of the SEPTA (Southeastern Pennsylvania Transit Authority) strike which is effecting approximately 435,000 commuters who rely daily upon SEPTA transit operations. blj/Photo by Barbara L.

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June 02, 1998
Striking South Eastern Philadelphia Transport Association (SEPTA) workers stand in front a bus to stop...
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SEPTA WORKERS STAND IN FRONT OF A BUS AT 69TH STREET TERMINAL.
Striking South Eastern Philadelphia Transport Association (SEPTA) workers stand in front a bus to stop it from running at the SEPTA 69th Street Terminal in Upper Darby, Pennsylvania June 2. Striking SEPTA workers who are members of the Transport Workers Union Local 234 stopped the buses, trolley buses and trains from running at the 69th Street Terminal until 10:30 a.m. this morning. This is the second day of the strike which affects approximately 435,000 commuters who rely daily upon SEPTA transit operations. blj/Photo by Barbara L.

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June 02, 1998
Striking SEPTA (Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority) worker John Finnegan sits on the...
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STRIKING SEPTA WORKER JOHN FINNEGAN SITS ON TROLLEY TRACKS.
Striking SEPTA (Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority) worker John Finnegan sits on the trolley tracks, preventing a trolley bus from leaving the 69th Street Terminal in Upper Darby, Pennsylvania June 2. This is the second day of the strike on the country's fifth-largest public transportation system, affecting about 435,000 commuters. blj/Photo by Barbara L.

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June 02, 1998
Weary commuters wait for a bus at the SEPTA 69th Street Terminal in Upper Darby, Pennsylvania, June 2....
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WEARY SEPTA COMMUTERS WAIT FOR BUS AT 69TH STREET TERMINAL.
Weary commuters wait for a bus at the SEPTA 69th Street Terminal in Upper Darby, Pennsylvania, June 2. Striking SEPTA workers who are members of the Transport Workers Union Local 234 stopped the buses, trolleys and trains from running at the 69th Street Terminal until 10:30 a.m. this morning. This is the second day of the strike which affects approximately 435,000 commuters who rely daily upon SEPTA transit operations. blj/Photo by Barbara L.

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June 01, 1998
Vice President of Transport Workers Union, Jean Alexander demonstrates at City Hall, where approximately...
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VICE PRESIDENT OF TRANSPORT WORKERS UNION, JEAN ALEXANDER DEMONSTRATES AT RALLY.
Vice President of Transport Workers Union, Jean Alexander demonstrates at City Hall, where approximately 500 South Eastern Philadelphia Transporation Association (SEPTA) workers held a rally in Philadelphia on June 1. The strike will effect approximately 435,000 commuters who rely daily upon SEPTA transit operations. blj/Photo by Barbara L.

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June 01, 1998
New York Mets' catcher Mike Piazza (C) and John Olerud (R) celebrate with teammates after their victory...
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NEW YORK METS MIKE PIAZZA AND JOHN OLERUD CELEBRATE VICTORY.
New York Mets' catcher Mike Piazza (C) and John Olerud (R) celebrate with teammates after their victory against the Philadelphia Phillies at Veterans Stadium, May 31 in Philadelphia. The New York Mets won their ninth straight game by a score of 8-6. ssh/Photo by Barbara L.

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June 01, 1998
President of the Transport Workers Union Local 234, Steve Brookens (C) greets South Eastern Philadelphia...
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SEPTA WORKERS ON STRIKE HOLD RALLY AT CITY HALL IN PHILADELPHIA.
President of the Transport Workers Union Local 234, Steve Brookens (C) greets South Eastern Philadelphia Transportation Association (SEPTA) workers on strike at a rally at City Hall in Philadelphia on June 1 after SEPTA workers went on strike at noon today. The strike will effect approximately 435,000 commuters who rely daily upon SEPTA transit operations. blj/Photo by Barbara L.

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May 31, 1998
New York Mets' Mike Piazza is forced out at second as Philadelphia Phillies' shortstop Desi Relaford...
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PHILLIES DESI RELAFORD GETS MIKE PIAZZA OUT ON DOUBLE PLAY.
New York Mets' Mike Piazza is forced out at second as Philadelphia Phillies' shortstop Desi Relaford throws to first to complete a double play during the seventh inning at Veterans Stadium on May 31. The New York Mets won 8-6, their ninth straight victory. blj/Photo by Barbara L.

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May 31, 1998
Philadelphia Phillies' centerfielder Doug Glanville (L), shortstop Desi Relaford (C) and second baseman...
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PHILLIES MARK LEWIS CATCHES A FLY BALL.
Philadelphia Phillies' centerfielder Doug Glanville (L), shortstop Desi Relaford (C) and second baseman Mark Lewis (R) chase a fly ball hit by New York Mets Rey Ordonez during the sixth inning at Veterans Stadium on May 31. Lewis made the catch on the play. The New York Mets won 8 to 6, their ninth straight victory. blj/Photo by Barbara L.

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May 20, 1998
Exterior of the Franklin Mint in Wawa, Pennsylvania, May 19. Princess Diana's estate and charitable fund...
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EXTERIOR VIEW OF FRANKLIN MINT.
Exterior of the Franklin Mint in Wawa, Pennsylvania, May 19. Princess Diana's estate and charitable fund filed a lawsuit in U.S. District Court in Los Angeles yesterday against the Franklin Mint, a company that makes memorial plates and other items. The lawsuit contends that the company was using Diana's name and likeness to sell its products even though the estate had refused to issue it a license. blj/Photo by Barbara L.

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May 09, 1998
The Ambassador from Sweden, Rolf Ekeus (right) talks with Tatiana Copeland, the "Godmother" of the Kalmar...
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SWEDISH AMBASSADOR AT TALL SHIP CEREMONY.
The Ambassador from Sweden, Rolf Ekeus (right) talks with Tatiana Copeland, the "Godmother" of the Kalmar Nyckel, before the commissioning ceremony for the Kalmar Nyckel on May 9 in Wilmington, Delaware. The Kalmar Nyckel is the full-size re-creation of the ornate, three masted Dutch-built Swedish warship that brought the first permanent European settlers to the Delaware Valley in 1638 and made her official landing at "The Rocks" (site of Fort Christina Park.) Thereafter, she made three more documented roundtrip Atlantic crossings. blj/Phot by Barbara L.

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May 09, 1998
The Kalmar Nyckel, Delaware's tall ship, stands dockside after it was commisioned, May 9. The Kalmar...
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DELAWARE'S TALL SHIP THE KALMAR NYCKEL IS COMMISIONED.
The Kalmar Nyckel, Delaware's tall ship, stands dockside after it was commisioned, May 9. The Kalmar Nyckel is the full-size recreation of the ornate, three-masted Dutch-built Swedish warship that brought the first permanent European settlers to the Delaware Valley in 1638 and made her official landing at "The Rocks," site of Fort Christina Park. Thereafter, she made three more documented roundtrip Atlantic crossings. blj/Phot by Barbara L.

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May 08, 1998
Philadelphia Phillies' pitcher Curt Schilling pitches to Arizona Diamondbacks' Matt Williams during the...
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PHILLIES' CURT SCHILLING PITCHES TO DIAMONDBACKS' MATT WILLIAMS.
Philadelphia Phillies' pitcher Curt Schilling pitches to Arizona Diamondbacks' Matt Williams during the first inning of NL action, May 7 in Veterans Stadium. Schilling notched 12 strikeouts in seven innings. Photo by Barbara L.

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May 02, 1998
Philadelphia Flyers' Dave Babych (L) and goalie Sean Burke react to the final goal in overtime made by...
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FLYERS DAVE BABYCH AND GOALIE SEAN BURKE REACT TO FINAL GOAL.
Philadelphia Flyers' Dave Babych (L) and goalie Sean Burke react to the final goal in overtime made by Buffalo Sabres Michal Grosek to win the last game of the first round of the NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs, May 1 in Philadelphia. Buffalo advances to the second round of the NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs. blj/Photo by Barbara L.

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May 02, 1998
Buffalo Sabres Michal Grosek (second from left) celebrates his winning goal in overtime with teammates...
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SABRES MICHAL GROSEK CELEBRATES HIS WINNING GOAL WITH TEAMMATES.
Buffalo Sabres Michal Grosek (second from left) celebrates his winning goal in overtime with teammates (left to right) Curtis Brown, Miroslav Satan and Derek Plante, winning the first round of the Stanley Cup playoffs against the Philadelphia Flyers, May 1 in Philadelphia. Buffalo advances to the next round of the playoffs. blj/Photo by Barbara L.

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May 02, 1998
Buffalo Sabres' goalie Dominik Hasek hits the ice to stop the puck, preventing Philadelphia Flyer's Shjon...
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SABRES GOALIE DOMINIK HASEK STOPS FLYERS SHJON PODEIN FROM SCORING.
Buffalo Sabres' goalie Dominik Hasek hits the ice to stop the puck, preventing Philadelphia Flyer's Shjon Podein from scoring during first period Stanley Cup playoff action at the CoreStates Center, May 1 in Philadelphia. blj/Photo by Barbara L.

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May 02, 1998
Buffalo Sabres' Jason Woolley (L) celebrates his goal with teammate Matthew Barnaby during first period...
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SABRES JASON WOOLEY CELEBRATES HIS GOAL WITH MATTHEW BARNABY.
Buffalo Sabres' Jason Woolley (L) celebrates his goal with teammate Matthew Barnaby during first period NHL Stanley Cup playoff action at the CoreStates Center, May 1 in Philadelphia. Woolley scored the first goal of the game. blj/Photo by Barbara L.

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May 02, 1998
Philadelphia Flyers Shjon Podein tackles and punches Buffalo Sabres goalkeeper Dominik Hasek in the face...
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FLYERS SHJON PODEIN PUNCHES SABRES GOALKEEPER DOMINIK HASEK.
Philadelphia Flyers Shjon Podein tackles and punches Buffalo Sabres goalkeeper Dominik Hasek in the face during first period NHL Stanley Cup playoff action at the CoreStates Center, May 1 in Philadelphia. No penalty was called against Podein on the play. blj/Photo by Barbara L.

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April 25, 1998
Philadelphia Flyers Eric Lindros (R) moves to the net to score as Buffalo Sabres goalkeeper Dominik Hasek...
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FLYERS ROD BRIND'AMOUR AND SABRES WAYNE PRIMEAU BATTLE FOR PUCK.
Philadelphia Flyers Eric Lindros (R) moves to the net to score as Buffalo Sabres goalkeeper Dominik Hasek is caught out of position during first period action at the CoreStates Center, April 24 in Philadelphia. Buffalo Sabres Alexei Zhitnik defends on the play as Philadelphia Flyers' Rod Brind'Amour assists on the goal. blj/Photo by Barbara L.

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April 25, 1998
Philadelphia Flyers' Rod Brind 'Amour (R) falls as he battles for the puck with Buffalo Sabres' Wayne...
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FLYERS' ROD BRIND'AMOUR AND SABRES' WAYNE PRIMEAU BATTLE FOR PUCK.
Philadelphia Flyers' Rod Brind 'Amour (R) falls as he battles for the puck with Buffalo Sabres' Wayne Primeau, during first period NHL playoff action at the CoreStates Center on April 24 in Philadelphia. Watching the play is Philadelphia Flyers' Chris Therien. blj/Photo by Barbara L.

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April 23, 1998
Philadelphia Flyers Eric Desjardins (center) assists teammate Sean Burke with stopping Buffalo Sabres...
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FLYERS DESJARDINS STOPS SABRES AUDETTE FROM SCORING.
Philadelphia Flyers Eric Desjardins (center) assists teammate Sean Burke with stopping Buffalo Sabres Donald Audette (L) from scoring during the first period of their NHL playoff game at the CoreStates Center on April 22 in Philadelphia. blj/Photo by Barbara L.

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April 23, 1998
Philadelphia Flyers Eric Lindros (R) searches for the puck after colliding against the boards with Buffalo...
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SABRES SHANNON COLLIDES WITH FLYERS LINDROS IN NHL ACTION.
Philadelphia Flyers Eric Lindros (R) searches for the puck after colliding against the boards with Buffalo Sabres Darryl Shannon during the first period of their NHL playoff game at the CoreStates Center in Philadelphia on April 22. The Sabres beat the Flyers 3-2. blj/Photo by Barbara L.

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April 23, 1998
Philadelphia Flyers goalie Sean Burke fails to stop the puck from going into the net on a shot by Buffalo...
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PUCK GETS PAST FLYERS' GOALIE SEAN BURKE DURING FIRST PERIOD.
Philadelphia Flyers goalie Sean Burke fails to stop the puck from going into the net on a shot by Buffalo Sabres Michal Grosek during the first period of their NHL playoff game on April 22 in Philadelphia. Grosek's goal was assisted by teammate Matthew Barnaby. blj/Photo by Barbara L.

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April 23, 1998
Amy Grossberg, flanked by lead attorney Robert K. Tanenbaum (L) and her mother Sonye, arrive at the courthouse...
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AMY GROSSBERG WALKS IN TO COURTHOUSE IN WILMINGTON, DELAWARE.
Amy Grossberg, flanked by lead attorney Robert K. Tanenbaum (L) and her mother Sonye, arrive at the courthouse in Wilmington, Delaware on April 22. Grossberg pleaded guilty to the manslaughter of her newborn son, who died shortly after being born in a motel room near her college campus in 1996. The plea, which was widely anticipated, allowed the 19-year-old Bergen County woman to avoid a possible life sentence. Behind Grossberg (centre) is her attorney John Malik. blj/Photo by Barbara L.

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April 21, 1998
FILE PHOTO 21JAN97 - Amy S. Grossberg (R), one of two New Jersey teenagers charged with first-degree...
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FILE PHOTO OF AMY GROSSMAN ACCUSED OF KILLING HER BABY.
FILE PHOTO 21JAN97 - Amy S. Grossberg (R), one of two New Jersey teenagers charged with first-degree murder in the death of her newborn son, is led into Superior Court for a bail hearing in Wilmington January 97. Sources say Grossberg is expected to plead guilty to manslaughter in a court appearence in Wilmington April 22. Her high school sweetheart Brian Peterson pleaded guilty to manslaughter last month and agreed to testify against Grossberg. The guilty pleas mean it is unlikely that either teen will face trial for the death of the infant, whose body was left in a trash bin.

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April 18, 1998
Chicago Bulls' Ron Harper (L) steals the ball away from Philadelphia 76ers' Allen Iverson during the...
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BULLS' HARPER STEALS BALL AWAY FROM 76ERS' IVERSON IN NBA GAME.
Chicago Bulls' Ron Harper (L) steals the ball away from Philadelphia 76ers' Allen Iverson during the first quarter of their NBA game at the CoreStates Center on April 17 in Philadelphia. blj/Photo by Barbara L.

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April 18, 1998
Chicago Bulls' Michael Jordan (top) and Philadelphia 76ers' Joe Smith battle for the ball during the...
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BULLS' JORDAN AND 76ERS' SMITH BATTLE FOR BALL.
Chicago Bulls' Michael Jordan (top) and Philadelphia 76ers' Joe Smith battle for the ball during the second period of their NBA game at the CoreStates Center on April 17 in Philadelphia. blj/Photo by Barbara L.

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April 18, 1998
Chicago Bulls Dennis Rodman dives for the ball as Philadelphia 76ers Aaron McKie (R) watches during first...
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CHICAGO BULLS' DENNIS RODMAN DIVES FOR THE BALL.
Chicago Bulls Dennis Rodman dives for the ball as Philadelphia 76ers Aaron McKie (R) watches during first period NBA action at the CoreStates Center in Philadelphia April 17. Rodman was not able to recover the ball on the play. blj/Photo by Barbara L.

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April 11, 1998
Atlanta Braves pitcher Greg Maddux pitches to Philadelphia Phillies Rico Brogna during the second inning...
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BRAVES PITCHER MADDUX PITCHES AGAINST PHILLIES
Atlanta Braves pitcher Greg Maddux pitches to Philadelphia Phillies Rico Brogna during the second inning of their game on April 10 in Philadelphia. Maddux struck out five batters as he pitched eight scoreless innings, but the Phillies won the game 1-0. blj/Photo by Barbara L.

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April 11, 1998
Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Curt Schilling pitches to Atlanta Braves' Chipper Jones, who struck out,...
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PHILLIES PITCHER SCHILLING PITCHES AGAINST BRAVES
Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Curt Schilling pitches to Atlanta Braves' Chipper Jones, who struck out, during the first inning action April 10 in Philadelphia. Schilling faced Braves starter Greg Maddux,with neither pitcher allowing a run through eight innings in their matchup. blj/Photo by Barbara L.

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April 11, 1998
Philadelphia Phillies Desi Relaford tags out Atlanta Braves Chipper Jones (C) as Jones tried to stretch...
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PHILLIES RELAFORD TAGS OUT BRAVES JONES AT SECOND BASE
Philadelphia Phillies Desi Relaford tags out Atlanta Braves Chipper Jones (C) as Jones tried to stretch a hit into a double in the fourth inning of their game on April 10 in Philadelphia. Second base umpire Angel Hernandez (L) makes the call on the play. blj/Photo by Barbara L.

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April 10, 1998
Close-up of Jeff Munchak's All-American Gummi Bills in Chalfont, Pennsylvania, on April 8. Mugwump Creations...
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MUGWUMP CREATIONS ALL-AMERICAN GUMMI BILLS
Close-up of Jeff Munchak's All-American Gummi Bills in Chalfont, Pennsylvania, on April 8. Mugwump Creations introduced the All-American Gummi Bills, red, white and blue gummi candy heads, resembling President Clinton, last October. Sales have gotten a boost since the Monica Lewinsky scandal broke. blj/Photo by Barbara L.

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