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- Alfred Lee a.k.a. Butch Lee: Alfred "Butch" Lee, Jr. is a retired Puerto Rican professional basketball player. He began his career in the NCAA, where he gathered several "Player of the Year" recognitions and earned All-American honors as both a junior and senior while at Marquette University. Lee was selected as the Most Outstanding Player at the 1977 Final Four where he led the Warriors to the school's first national championship. The university recognized this by retiring his jersey. Lee was the first Puerto Rican and Latin American-born athlete to play in the National Basketball Association, accomplishing this after being selected in the first round of the 1978 NBA draft. There he played for the Atlanta Hawks, Cleveland Cavaliers and the Los Angeles Lakers. Lee concluded his career in the National Superior Basketball League of Puerto Rico. He is known to be the only professional basketball player to win championships in the NCAA, NBA, and BSN. Lee was a member of the Puerto Rico national basketball team.
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- Alfred Lee was an American Episcopal bishop. He was born in Cambridge, Massachusetts, graduated from Harvard in 1827, and after three years practicing law in New London, Connecticut, he studied for the ministry, graduating from the General Theological Seminary, New York, in 1837. He was rector of Calvary Church, in Rockdale, Pa., from 1838 to 1841, when he was chosen as the first Bishop of Delaware. In 1842 he also became rector of St. Andrew's, Wilmington. He was a member of the American Committee for the Revision of the New Testament. In 1884 he succeeded Bishop Smith as presiding bishop of the Episcopal church.
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- written works: "The daily newspaper in America", "Race riots aren't necessary", "New outline of the principles of sociology", "Multivalent man", "Sociology for whom?", "Readings in sociology", "How customs and mentality can be changed", "Fraternities without brotherhood", "Toward humanist sociology", "How to understand propaganda", "Terrorism in Northern Ireland"
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Living and Deceased, from the Earliest Accounts to the Latter Half of the Nineteenth Century. Containing Over Forty-six Thousand Articles (authors), with Forty Indexes of Subjects by Samuel Austin Allibone, John Foster Kirk
Lee, Alfred Lee, Ann Lee, Edw. Lee, Fras. Lee, H. W. Lee, Henry Lee, John Lee, Jona. Lee, Jos. Lee, L. M. Lee, Luther Lee, Rd. Lee, Semi. Lee, Wm. Leech, Humphrey Leech, Jer. Leech, John Leeehman, Wm. Leeds, Dani. Leeke, Robt.
by Jan Onofrio
ALFRED LEE (1883-1950) BONNER BUN.
by GEORGE RIPLEY
CHARLES LEE ALFRED LEE.
by Hayward, John
Alfred Lee, D. D., Delaware. The following table contains the statistics of this church ...
And British and American Authors, Living and Deceased, from the Earliest Accounts to the Middle of the Nineteenth Century. Containing Thirty Thousand Biographies and Literary Notices, with Forty Indexes of Subjects by Samuel Austin Allibone
Lee, Alfred Lee, Ann Lee, Edw. Lee, Fras. Lee, II. W. Lee, Henry Lee, John Lee, Jona. Lee, Jos. Lee, L. M. Lee, Luther Lee, Rd. Lee, Saml. Lee, Win. Leech, Humphrey Leech, Jer. Leech, John Leechman, Wm. Leeds, Danl. Leeke, Robt. Lceser ...
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