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By Linda Dalsimer, Dalsimer_md@verizon.net | April 18, 2013
Don't be alarmed if you hear steam whistles and other loud noises on Saturday, May 4 - they will be emanating from the Fire Museum of Maryland's 36th annual Steam Show . Along with the steam fire engine demonstrations, the show features Dalmatians and draft horses, demonstrations of late-1800s horse-drawn fire engines and rides in an 1899 hose wagon. There will be firefighting contests for the kids, steam engine models to examine and a magician performing inside the museum.
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SPORTS
By Katherine Dunn, The Baltimore Sun | April 4, 2013
Mary Bryan Owen made her high school golf debut last season and won the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland championship by 12 strokes. Her four-over-par 76 at Fox Hollow Golf Course helped the Reds win their sixth straight team title. One match into her sophomore year, the 16-year-old remains undefeated in high school golf. She and teammate Lyndsey Miller won their first regular-season match, which is nine holes and uses the four-ball format. Owen, who is a triplet with brothers Davis and Edward, plays American Junior Golf Association tournaments during the summer.
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By Luke Broadwater, The Baltimore Sun | February 10, 2013
R. Lucille Eliasberg, a former executive assistant at the Roland Park Country School who was known equally for her charm and toughness, will be remembered Saturday at the school where her daughter and granddaughter followed her. Ms. Eliasberg died of age-related issues Wednesday at Presbyterian Home of Maryland in Towson. She was 93. "She was a woman to admire for her courage, spunk and character, but the message in her eye and her bearing was unmistakable: offend at your peril," said her oldest son, Richard R. Jones, 62, president of PCA, a graphics company in Timonium.
SPORTS
By Don Markus and The Baltimore Sun | January 24, 2013
More than a decade after the U.S. Senior Open was played at Caves Valley Golf Club, and five years since both the LPGA Championship at Bulle Rock and the Senior Players Championship at Baltimore Country Club left the area, professional golf will be returning to Baltimore in 2014. Second-year LPGA commissioner Michael Whan announced Thursday afternoon at the PGA merchandise show in Orlando, Fla., that a new $1.6 million team event -- The International Crown -- will be held at Caves Valley in Owings Mills.
NEWS
By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun | December 14, 2012
Ramon "Ray" Santamaria Jr., a retired tennis pro and captain of the 1954 Johns Hopkins University lacrosse team, died of cancer Dec. 9 at Union Memorial Hospital. The Cockeysville resident was 80. Born in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, he was the son of Ramon Santamaria Sr., who came to Baltimore in 1938 as consul for the Republic of Honduras. His mother, Ramona, was a homemaker. He lived on Keswick Road in Roland Park and was a 1950 graduate of Polytechnic Institute, where he was class president all four years, played lacrosse and wrestled.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | August 7, 2012
Robert S. "Barry" Skinner III, a Baltimore businessman and sports fan, died Sunday of a heart attack at his home in the Hampton neighborhood of Baltimore County. He was 54. Robert Stansbury Skinner III, who was known as "Barry," was born in Baltimore and raised in Wiltondale and later in Hampton. After graduating in 1976 from Towson High School, he attended Denison University in Granville, Ohio, for two years before transferring to Towson University, where he played lacrosse and earned a bachelor's degree in 1980.
FEATURES
By Buzz McClain and Special to The Baltimore Sun | June 13, 2012
Can golf be part of a serious fitness routine, or is it simply a recreational pastime highlighted by driving an electric cart and swinging a club every five minutes? And can golfers even be considered "real" athletes? Now you've got us started. If you want to use your round of golf for health benefits — in addition to dropping your score and having fun — here's how to do it. Give up the cart "It's how you decide to make golf healthy or not," says Joe Plecker.
NEWS
By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | December 16, 2011
William Baynes MacLea, a retired industrial salesman whose career spanned three decades, died of heart failure Monday at his Towson home. He was 81. The son of a lumberyard owner and a homemaker, Mr. MacLea was born in Baltimore and raised in Roland Park. He attended the McDonogh School and graduated in 1949 from the Severn School. In his youth, he worked for the family business, MacLea Lumber Co., in Baltimore. After graduating from high school, he enlisted in the Marine Corps and was stationed in Japan during the Korean War. After leaving the service, he attended the University of Virginia, where he studied history and played lacrosse.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun and Baltimore Sun reporter | November 22, 2011
Elsie F. O'Malley, a homemaker and world traveler, died Nov. 14 from complications of a stroke at the Blakehurst retirement community in Towson. The former Homeland resident was 95. The daughter of a banker-lumber company owner and a homemaker, the former Elsie Farinholt was born and raised in Cash, Va. She was a descendant of Revolutionary War patriot Patrick Henry. She was a 1934 graduate of the old Mount St. Agnes High School in Mount Washington, and attended the Maryland Institute College of Art . In 1938, she married Paul T. O'Malley, who owned P.T. O'Malley Lumber Co., and settled in Armagh Village, where they lived until later moving to Homeland.
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