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December 2, 1996
BaltimoreDec. 2-4INDA Association of the Non-woven Fabrics Industry filtration conference and exhibit, Sheraton Inner Harbor, Charles and Conway streets. Contact: James Fricke. Expected attendance: 500.Dec. 4-8National Association of Independent Schools, Renaissance Harborplace. Contact: Randolf Carter. Expected attendance: 1,000.Pub Date: 12/02/96
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By Susan Gvozdas and Susan Gvozdas,Special to The Baltimore Sun | October 5, 2008
As high school seniors sort through the morass of college brochures flooding their mailboxes this fall, the president of St. John's College in Annapolis takes comfort in the fact that students have a new and, he says, better tool to search for their perfect school. The National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities recently relaunched its Web site of independent schools with a new search engine and consumer guide for finding financial aid. It's been a year since St. John's joined 728 other independent colleges and universities on the network of college listings, meant as an alternative to national publications that rank schools.
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SPORTS
By Special to The Sun | May 8, 1992
Sophomore attackman Beanie Lund scored six goals yesterday to lead John Carroll to a 12-7 victory over Park in the Association of Independent Schools B Division championship game.Kristen Hughes added three goals and one assist. Jenny Lund had two goals for the Patriots.
NEWS
January 11, 2006
Khalil Uqdah, Gilman Sport Indoor track BOYS STATS -- A pole vaulter, Uqdah cleared 14 feet last month during a meet at Loyola's field house, eclipsing the venue's old record of 13 feet, 7 inches. Uqdah hopes to achieve the national caliber height of 14-6. Uqdah also runs cross country and participates in outdoor track at Gilman. SIDELINES -- An A-average student, the senior is highly active in other endeavors for the Greyhounds, including being the vice president of the Muslim Awareness Club.
NEWS
January 11, 2006
Khalil Uqdah, Gilman Sport Indoor track BOYS STATS -- A pole vaulter, Uqdah cleared 14 feet last month during a meet at Loyola's field house, eclipsing the venue's old record of 13 feet, 7 inches. Uqdah hopes to achieve the national caliber height of 14-6. Uqdah also runs cross country and participates in outdoor track at Gilman. SIDELINES -- An A-average student, the senior is highly active in other endeavors for the Greyhounds, including being the vice president of the Muslim Awareness Club.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Nathan Pitts | May 23, 1996
In association with the annual National Association of Independent Record Distributors convention being held this weekend at the Omni Inner Harbor Hotel, jazz harpist Cindy Horstman will perform at 6: 30 p.m. tomorrow at Borders Espresso Cafe, 415 York Road. Also, classical guitarist Gordon Kreplin will perform there Sunday at 3 p.m. The concerts are free. Call (410) 321-4265 for information.Kevin Kadish, Cubic Feet and Love Riot will perform at the Eight by Ten Club at 10 p.m. tomorrow. Tickets are $5; free with NAIRD badge.
SPORTS
February 19, 1991
BoysSt. Frances' Devin Gray led his team to two victories, as the Panthers captured their first regular-season Catholic League basketball title. Gray, a 6-foot-6 senior center, had 39 points and 14 rebounds in a 96-63 win over Towson Catholic and 27 points and 12 rebounds in a 108-68 win over Archbishop Curley.GirlsNotre Dame Prep's Becky Mann did all of the scoring to lead her team to two victories and the championship in the Association of Independent Schools Winter Soccer Tournament. Mann, a junior center half, scored the only goals in 1-0 victories over Bryn Mawr and McDonogh.
BUSINESS
November 18, 1996
BaltimoreNov. 20-23Southern Medical Association scientific assembly, Renaissance Harborplace. Contact: Cynthia Lenoir. Expected attendance: 9,000Dec. 2-4INDA Association of the Non-woven Fabrics Industry filtration conference and exhibit, Sheraton Inner Harbor, Charles and Conway streets. Contact: James Fricke, Suite 460, 1001 Winstead Drive, Cary, N.C. 27513. Expected attendance: 500Dec. 4-8National Association of Independent Schools, Renaissance Harborplace. Contact: Randolf Carter, 1620 L St. N.W., Washington, D.C. 20036.
SPORTS
By Jeff Seidel | May 2, 1997
A strong thunderstorm forced cancellation of yesterday's Association of Independent Schools league game between No. 8 Bryn Mawr and No. 9 St. Paul's 2 minutes, 21 seconds into the second half.Thunder and lightning forced officials to suspend play with Bryn Mawr leading, 7-6. Rain and hail followed, and after waiting 70 minutes for a break in the weather, the coaches agreed to cancel.Eighty percent of the 50-minute game (or 40 minutes) needed to be played for it to count, but only 27: 21 had been played.
SPORTS
December 18, 1990
BoysSt. Paul's center Shane Tanzymore led his team to two victories. Last Tuesday, Tanzymore scored 27 and had 18 rebounds in a 69-58 win over Archbishop Curley. On Friday, the 6-foot-4 senior scored 32 and had 21 rebounds in a 70-62 win over Park. In the two games, Tanzymore was a combined 24-for-34 from the field.GirlsMaryvale's Danielle Vidali led her team to three victories over Association of Independent Schools foes. Vidali, a 6-foot junior, had 20 points in a 44-24 win over Arlington Baptist on Dec. 10, 21 points in a 44-27 win over Friends last Tuesday and 18 points in a 49-17 win over Oldfields on Thursday.
SPORTS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | November 3, 1998
McDonogh advanced to the semifinals of the Association of Independent Schools A Division playoffs with two goals in a tie-breaking round of one-on-ones to defeat host Park.The teams had played to 0-0 tie over regulation and two five-minute overtimes.The Eagles (5-9-4) were outshot, 13-5, before Lauren Moag and Jamie Tolan scored in the one-on-one round.McDonogh plays at Roland Park today at 3: 15 p.m.Friends 5, Maryvale 0: Maron Deering had two goals and an assist in leading the host Quakers (14-3-2)
SPORTS
By Jeff Seidel | May 2, 1997
A strong thunderstorm forced cancellation of yesterday's Association of Independent Schools league game between No. 8 Bryn Mawr and No. 9 St. Paul's 2 minutes, 21 seconds into the second half.Thunder and lightning forced officials to suspend play with Bryn Mawr leading, 7-6. Rain and hail followed, and after waiting 70 minutes for a break in the weather, the coaches agreed to cancel.Eighty percent of the 50-minute game (or 40 minutes) needed to be played for it to count, but only 27: 21 had been played.
BUSINESS
December 2, 1996
BaltimoreDec. 2-4INDA Association of the Non-woven Fabrics Industry filtration conference and exhibit, Sheraton Inner Harbor, Charles and Conway streets. Contact: James Fricke. Expected attendance: 500.Dec. 4-8National Association of Independent Schools, Renaissance Harborplace. Contact: Randolf Carter. Expected attendance: 1,000.Pub Date: 12/02/96
BUSINESS
November 18, 1996
BaltimoreNov. 20-23Southern Medical Association scientific assembly, Renaissance Harborplace. Contact: Cynthia Lenoir. Expected attendance: 9,000Dec. 2-4INDA Association of the Non-woven Fabrics Industry filtration conference and exhibit, Sheraton Inner Harbor, Charles and Conway streets. Contact: James Fricke, Suite 460, 1001 Winstead Drive, Cary, N.C. 27513. Expected attendance: 500Dec. 4-8National Association of Independent Schools, Renaissance Harborplace. Contact: Randolf Carter, 1620 L St. N.W., Washington, D.C. 20036.
SPORTS
By Katherine Dunn | August 29, 1996
Bryn Mawr Mawrtians1995 record: 8-1-4.Coach: Jeanette Budzik.Top players: Gailor Large, Sr., M/D; Kim Smith, Jr., F; Jen Coughlin, Sr., D; Kate Cole, Jr., F; Katie MacColl, Sr., F.Outlook: The Mawrtians could not have come closer to reaching the A Division tournament final for a second straight year. They lost to St. Paul's in a shootout. Don't look for the Mawrtians to lose much ground since they lost only three starters. There is some work to do on the defense, but returning goalie Ellen Phillips will help.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Nathan Pitts | May 23, 1996
In association with the annual National Association of Independent Record Distributors convention being held this weekend at the Omni Inner Harbor Hotel, jazz harpist Cindy Horstman will perform at 6: 30 p.m. tomorrow at Borders Espresso Cafe, 415 York Road. Also, classical guitarist Gordon Kreplin will perform there Sunday at 3 p.m. The concerts are free. Call (410) 321-4265 for information.Kevin Kadish, Cubic Feet and Love Riot will perform at the Eight by Ten Club at 10 p.m. tomorrow. Tickets are $5; free with NAIRD badge.
SPORTS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | November 3, 1998
McDonogh advanced to the semifinals of the Association of Independent Schools A Division playoffs with two goals in a tie-breaking round of one-on-ones to defeat host Park.The teams had played to 0-0 tie over regulation and two five-minute overtimes.The Eagles (5-9-4) were outshot, 13-5, before Lauren Moag and Jamie Tolan scored in the one-on-one round.McDonogh plays at Roland Park today at 3: 15 p.m.Friends 5, Maryvale 0: Maron Deering had two goals and an assist in leading the host Quakers (14-3-2)
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