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November 4, 1990
Dr. John F. Clark, who was a dentist in South Baltimore for 60 years, died Wednesday at Union Memorial Hospital of complications to a broken hip.Dr. Clark, who was 94 and a longtime resident of Roland Park, retired in 1982.He was a life member of the Baltimore City Dental Society, the Maryland State Dental Society and the American Dental Association.Born in Utica, N.Y., he attended the University of Buffalo before coming to Baltimore to attended the University of Maryland dental school. He graduated in 1922.
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By Mike Klingaman, The Baltimore Sun | December 17, 2010
One month after saying the Baltimore Country Club would likely host the Constellation Energy Senior Players Championship in 2011, tournament officials have moved the golf event to the historic Westchester Country Club in New York. The change in venue, announced Friday, ends the tournament's association with BCC, which staged it from 2007 through 2009. This year's championship was held at TPC Potomac and Avenel Farm, in the Washington suburbs, with the understanding that it would return to Baltimore for the final year of its 5-year run. But when tournament officials abruptly changed the date from late September to mid-August, in an apparent effort to boost attendance, BCC agreed to part ways because its agreement stipulated a September/October timeframe.
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By Jamie Stiehm and Jamie Stiehm,SUN STAFF | October 30, 1999
Traffic and open green space surfaced as major issues for Roland Park residents who attended a slide show and meeting Thursday night on the Friends School acquisition of 18 acres of the Baltimore Country Club.School head Jon M. Harris reassured about 300 people packed into the St. David's Episcopal Church's basement that the school intends to use the land only for athletic fields: eight clay tennis courts, a baseball diamond and two soccer or lacrosse fields.Addressing side street traffic questions, Harris promised that vans transporting the students from their North Charles Street campus to the Falls Road athletic facilities would travel only along main roads.
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April 11, 2002
Kathryn E. McDonnell, a homemaker who enjoyed golfing, died in her sleep Monday at College Manor nursing home in Lutherville. The North Baltimore resident was 98. Born in the city and raised on Reservoir Street, Kathryn Eisenhardt graduated in 1920 from the old Baltimore Academy of the Visitation. She studied art at the Maryland Institute College of Art and graduated in 1922. In 1924, she married C. Austin McDonnell Sr., founder of McDonnell & Blankfard Inc., a Baltimore food brokerage.
SPORTS
By From Baltimore Sun staff reports | September 25, 2009
With less than one week remaining until the Champions Tour returns to Baltimore for the final major of the season, tournament officials announced that the number of former Masters champions in the field has grown from five to nine. Ben Crenshaw, Sandy Lyle, Larry Mize and Fuzzy Zoeller have joined the field to take on Baltimore Country Club's Five Farms course for the Constellation Energy Senior Players Championship. The first round is Thursday. Crenshaw, a two-time Masters champion (1984 and 1995)
NEWS
By Janet Felsten | July 10, 2008
Let's take a broader view of the issue The Sun presented in letters to the editor as "Open space fight roils Roland Park." Keswick Multi-care Center desires to build a high-end senior living facility, including 225 independent-living units, 58 assisted-living units and 40 beds for residents in need of skilled nursing. Across the street from Keswick's current facilities, Hekemian & Co. desires to develop the many acres of impervious surface that surround the Rotunda shopping center, including residential units (302 apartments, 44 condos and 12 townhouses, according to the last publicly available description)
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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,brent.jones@baltsun.com | October 15, 2008
Hundreds of Roland Park residents packed a community meeting last night to hear Keswick Multi-Care representatives promote their plans to build a facility for the elderly, but few were persuaded by the company's arguments. Keswick administrators and project architects told the crowd at Roland Park Elementary School that the $195 million proposal would not increase traffic in the neighborhood and would leave undeveloped most of the 17 acres being acquired for the project. Baltimore Country Club is planning to sell the land to Keswick for $12.5 million.
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By Don Markus and Jeff Barker and Don Markus and Jeff Barker,Sun reporters | October 3, 2007
Mayo Shattuck III already had earned high marks from PGA Tour commissioner Tim Finchem for the way Shattuck's company, Constellation Energy, had helped energize the Champions Tour's financially challenged Baltimore event in 2003. In summer 2005, Shattuck thought it was time to grow his tournament as he had his company. Constellation Energy Senior Players Championship Tomorrow through Sunday, Baltimore Country Club, Timonium If you go Schedule Today 6:30 a.m.: Gates open 7:20-9:10 a.m.: Approximate morning pro-am tee times 12:00-1:50 p.m.: Approximate afternoon pro-am tee times Tomorrow-Sunday 6:30 a.m.: Gates open 7:20-11:30 a.m.: Approximate tee times Television Tomorrow-Friday: 12:30 p.m.- 3 p.m., Golf Channel Saturday-Sunday: 2 p.m-4 p.m., chs. 11, 4 Parking General parking at Oregon Ridge Park is free.
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By Jamie Stiehm and Jamie Stiehm,SUN STAFF | October 25, 1999
Responding to concerns over the pending Friends School purchase of 18 acres from Baltimore Country Club, Roland Park Civic League will huddle this week to discuss how best to influence what happens to the land."
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By Fred Rasmussen and Fred Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | December 13, 1995
Eric Jacobsen, a former imported tea company president who later taught English and coached tennis at Gilman School, died Monday in his sleep at Broadmead. He was 93.Known as a tea connoisseur, Mr. Jacobsen retired in 1955 from Martin Gillet and Co., which his great-great-grandfather had founded in 1811 and for which he worked for three decades. The company, bearing its founder's name, was the nation's oldest tea importing firm.Mr. Jacobsen sold the business in 1955 to Jay Katz, its president and owner.
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