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Topic - Ed
Con Edison is asking large customers in midtown Manhattan to reduce power while crews repair electrical cables.
As an eager freshman at Albany, Eddie Delaney and his father walked into the university's football office five years ago and asked for a shot at the team.
The following is an excerpt of a sermon given recently at Grace Presbyterian Church by pastor David H. Bower:
"He had some really bad experiences," Weibrecht's father, Ed, said in a telephone interview. "It's been a struggle for him to come back, but he never wavered from that goal."
"I just loved sports, so he played everything," said Delaney's father, Ed, a vice president of operations for the YES Network.