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By Frederick N. Rasmussen | May 13, 2008
Ira V. Badham-Adams, a retired receptionist and longtime member of Sharp Street Memorial United Methodist Church, died of a heart attack May 5 at a hospital in Jersey City, N.J. She was 92. Ira Virginia Badham was born in Baltimore and raised on McCulloh Street. She was a 1933 graduate of Frederick Douglass High School and attended Howard University in Washington. During the 1940s, she was an office assistant for a Baltimore real estate company. During the 1960s, she was in housekeeping at what is now the University of Maryland Medical Center.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen | May 13, 2008
Ira V. Badham-Adams, a retired receptionist and longtime member of Sharp Street Memorial United Methodist Church, died of a heart attack May 5 at a hospital in Jersey City, N.J. She was 92. Ira Virginia Badham was born in Baltimore and raised on McCulloh Street. She was a 1933 graduate of Frederick Douglass High School and attended Howard University in Washington. During the 1940s, she was an office assistant for a Baltimore real estate company. During the 1960s, she was in housekeeping at what is now the University of Maryland Medical Center.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | August 29, 1996
Dunbar principal Charlotte Brown will hire Lynn Badham as boys basketball coach, a source close to the interview process said yesterday.Brown would not comment but said she expected to announce the new coach today. Badham, who coached at Douglass last season, also would not comment last night.Paul Smith, who led the Poets to three state titles, was notified of his firing on Aug. 9 in a letter from Brown.Others interviewed for the job were Southern coach Meredith Smith, junior varsity coaches Paul Holmes (Dunbar)
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By Derek Toney | December 5, 2000
Is the Dunbar mystique fading? The center of Baltimore basketball in the 1980s and '90s, Dunbar begins the new decade with a shaken foundation. Lynn Badham resigned as coach before the start of practice, and several players have transferred. Eric Lee, an assistant under Badham, is the interim coach, and though Dunbar will remain a factor in the City League this season, the program is a shell of what it once was.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | August 30, 1996
Calling him "an excellent choice," Dunbar principal Charlotte Brown confirmed yesterday that she has hired Lynn Badham as the school's new boys basketball coach.Badham, who could not be reached for comment yesterday, replaces Paul Smith, the winner of three state titles with the Poets who was fired on Aug. 9. Badham coached Douglass to a 14-10 record last season."He's worked at Dunbar before, and he knows the Dunbar family," Brown said of Badham, who was Bob Wade's assistant at Dunbar for seven years until 1986, winning five JV championships.
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November 2, 1993
Dennis BadhamMcDonoghFootballBadham had 322 yards of total offense and five touchdowns as the Eagles routed Calvert Hall, 54-6. The junior scored on all three receptions and ran back two punts for touchdowns.
NEWS
June 6, 1995
In Sunday's editions, the college choice of McDonogh athlete Dennis Badham was reported incorrectly. He will be attending Troy State.The Sun regrets the error.
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By Jeff Fletcher | September 28, 1991
Football coaches rarely admit they are surprised by anything on a football field. But Northwestern's Lynn Badham is different.After beating Mervo, 20-0, yesterday, Northwestern is 2-0 overall and in the MSA B Conference."
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By Derek Toney | December 5, 2000
Is the Dunbar mystique fading? The center of Baltimore basketball in the 1980s and '90s, Dunbar begins the new decade with a shaken foundation. Lynn Badham resigned as coach before the start of practice, and several players have transferred. Eric Lee, an assistant under Badham, is the interim coach, and though Dunbar will remain a factor in the City League this season, the program is a shell of what it once was.
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By Bruce Stannard and Bruce Stannard,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | January 5, 2000
AUCKLAND, New Zealand -- Dr. Roger "Clouds" Badham is probably the only person in Auckland who smiles at the shrieking wind and rain lashing the America's Cup course. Badham is a meteorologist who lives or dies by the accuracy of his forecasts. The wild weather he called for is right on cue, and he couldn't be happier. "Hey, Clouds," someone shouted above the wind's whistle, "can't you hold it down, just a little?" "Bloody hell," he sighed, looking up at the heavens, "I don't know why I'm in this game."
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By Bruce Stannard and Bruce Stannard,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | January 5, 2000
AUCKLAND, New Zealand -- Dr. Roger "Clouds" Badham is probably the only person in Auckland who smiles at the shrieking wind and rain lashing the America's Cup course. Badham is a meteorologist who lives or dies by the accuracy of his forecasts. The wild weather he called for is right on cue, and he couldn't be happier. "Hey, Clouds," someone shouted above the wind's whistle, "can't you hold it down, just a little?" "Bloody hell," he sighed, looking up at the heavens, "I don't know why I'm in this game."
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By Derek Toney and Derek Toney,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 13, 1999
COLLEGE PARK -- Dunbar coach Lynn Badham had some concerns about playing Prince George's County's Central in the state Class 2A semifinals last night. The Poets had mauled the Falcons in the championship game last year, when Badham felt Dunbar had caught Central on a bad night.Though Central, from Capitol Heights, played much better last night, the Poets, top-ranked in metropolitan Baltimore, still had enough to get a 58-52 victory at the University of Maryland.The Poets will attempt to gain their second straight Class 2A title at 6 tonight against No. 17 Edgewood, a 60-55 winner over Montgomery County's Einstein in last night's other semifinal.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | February 23, 1999
Like Jamal Brown, last season's leader for five-time state champion Dunbar, Dontaz Dean is big, strong, muscular and can be extremely scrappy and intimidating in the paint.Coach Lynn Badham said he even slips up frequently and calls Dean "Jamal every so often."However, that is where the similarities end between the two powerfully constructed 6-foot-7 centers, Badham said.Where Brown "was a fiery player who liked to dunk just about everything," according to Badham, Dean is "cool as ice, and would just as soon put it in off the glass or sink a free throw."
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | January 15, 1998
Off the court and even sometimes in practice, Dunbar's Jamal Brown "can be a jokester, happy-go-lucky kid," said coach Lynn Badham. "Someone who likes to keep the atmosphere light and lively."Game day, however, brings out the beast in Brown, who has "tremendous abilities," said Badham, along with a killer instinct -- often highlighted by his ferocious slam dunks or nasty shot-blocking -- that can be seriously offensive."Jamal's doing it all this year. He's really shown some dedication toward improvement.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | August 30, 1996
Calling him "an excellent choice," Dunbar principal Charlotte Brown confirmed yesterday that she has hired Lynn Badham as the school's new boys basketball coach.Badham, who could not be reached for comment yesterday, replaces Paul Smith, the winner of three state titles with the Poets who was fired on Aug. 9. Badham coached Douglass to a 14-10 record last season."He's worked at Dunbar before, and he knows the Dunbar family," Brown said of Badham, who was Bob Wade's assistant at Dunbar for seven years until 1986, winning five JV championships.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | August 29, 1996
Dunbar principal Charlotte Brown will hire Lynn Badham as boys basketball coach, a source close to the interview process said yesterday.Brown would not comment but said she expected to announce the new coach today. Badham, who coached at Douglass last season, also would not comment last night.Paul Smith, who led the Poets to three state titles, was notified of his firing on Aug. 9 in a letter from Brown.Others interviewed for the job were Southern coach Meredith Smith, junior varsity coaches Paul Holmes (Dunbar)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | November 3, 1992
The reputations of McDonogh's top three football players, Dennis Badham, Dwayne Stukes and Bobby Sabelhaus, had proceeded them into their game a month ago against then No. 2-ranked Loyola.But a boisterous group of visiting Loyola fans weren't impressed with the trio's advance billing -- as evidenced by their jeers and heckling."I heard them, and it actually made me laugh," said Badham, who caught eight passes for 92 yards, including a diving touchdown catch of Sabelhaus' 9-yard pass in the third quarter that cut Loyola's lead to 14-7.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | February 23, 1999
Like Jamal Brown, last season's leader for five-time state champion Dunbar, Dontaz Dean is big, strong, muscular and can be extremely scrappy and intimidating in the paint.Coach Lynn Badham said he even slips up frequently and calls Dean "Jamal every so often."However, that is where the similarities end between the two powerfully constructed 6-foot-7 centers, Badham said.Where Brown "was a fiery player who liked to dunk just about everything," according to Badham, Dean is "cool as ice, and would just as soon put it in off the glass or sink a free throw."
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By Pat O'Malley | June 9, 1995
* Dennis Badham, McDonogh, sr., outfield -- The No. 4 Eagles' cleanup hitter, Badham socked four homers and knocked in a club-leading 30 RBIs. Over the last two seasons, Badham drove in 55 runs as the Eagles' left fielder. His .415 batting clip included seven doubles, four triples and 22 runs scored. Badham, who is headed to Troy State in Alabama, also walked 16 times and stole nine bases as McDonogh (21-5) finished runner-up to Calvert Hall in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference.
NEWS
June 6, 1995
In Sunday's editions, the college choice of McDonogh athlete Dennis Badham was reported incorrectly. He will be attending Troy State.The Sun regrets the error.
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