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By Sally Voris and Sally Voris,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 30, 1998
WHAT DO fighter planes, the Civil War and chocolate have in common? A history.Heidi Chapman, Gifted and Talented teacher at Deep Run Elementary School, reasoned that everything has a history.So, as a vehicle for learning about history, Chapman and 145 Deep Run students presented a Living History Fair for the school last Wednesday -- Maryland Day.Teams of two or three students, from kindergarten to fifth grade, chose and researched topics and prepared displays.The students wrote letters to community groups, asking them to participate.
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By Matt Vensel | May 20, 2013
The slumping Orioles have lost five in a row, but on Monday, they came away with a win off the diamond. The Orioles have the best uniforms in the major leagues, according to a recent fan poll conducted by ESPN. The O's entered the SportsNation bracket, dubbed the Battle of the Uniforms , as the 13th seed in the American League. “Always liked the orange-and-black scheme, but the white-paneled cap is a bad, bad look from the '70s,” wrote ESPN's Jim Caple, who seeded the AL side of the bracket.
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SPORTS
By Matt Vensel | May 20, 2013
The slumping Orioles have lost five in a row, but on Monday, they came away with a win off the diamond. The Orioles have the best uniforms in the major leagues, according to a recent fan poll conducted by ESPN. The O's entered the SportsNation bracket, dubbed the Battle of the Uniforms , as the 13th seed in the American League. “Always liked the orange-and-black scheme, but the white-paneled cap is a bad, bad look from the '70s,” wrote ESPN's Jim Caple, who seeded the AL side of the bracket.
TOPIC
By Gerard Shields | March 25, 2001
MAYBE THE WAY he blessed himself before batting caught my attention. Or maybe I admired how he threw his body fearlessly at every skittering ground ball. He batted .261, reaching base only about once out of every four bats. Yet to this day, Antonio Nemesio "Tony" Taylor remains my favorite baseball player of all time. So that's why on my eighth birthday, I asked my dad for the flannel Philadelphia Phillies uniform with red logo emblazoned across the breast plate. The conflict happened when the store clerk asked which number should be stitched on the uniform back.
TOPIC
By Gerard Shields | March 25, 2001
MAYBE THE WAY he blessed himself before batting caught my attention. Or maybe I admired how he threw his body fearlessly at every skittering ground ball. He batted .261, reaching base only about once out of every four bats. Yet to this day, Antonio Nemesio "Tony" Taylor remains my favorite baseball player of all time. So that's why on my eighth birthday, I asked my dad for the flannel Philadelphia Phillies uniform with red logo emblazoned across the breast plate. The conflict happened when the store clerk asked which number should be stitched on the uniform back.
NEWS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff writer | March 6, 1992
Some players on the Anne Arundel Community College baseball team have come quite a way to play for the Pioneers.Starting third baseman Brent Flaherty, a sophomore, hails from Easton on the Eastern Shore.Freshman catcher Jeff Dofflemyer graduated from Gaithersburg's Quince Orchard High, on the southwestern tip of Montgomery County. And Mike Nelson, who is battling Dofflemyer for the starting spot, is from Patapsco in eastern Baltimore County.Dennis Lowe, a right-handed sophomore from Queen Anne's County, and Greg Shepherd, a sophomore right-hander from Mount St. Joseph, will work with nine other pitchers in the Pioneers rotation.
SPORTS
June 1, 1991
The producers of a made-for-TV movie entitled "The Babe Ruth Story" may have to rewrite one scene in which Pete Rose is supposed to portray Ty Cobb in a Detroit Tigers uniform."
NEWS
By Tom Keyser and Tom Keyser,Staff Writer | December 20, 1992
All heads turned when the boy's mother pointed to the trophies.There were three, all won by Michael Shawn Gasque for his outstanding play in the Edmondson Village Little League.The heads that turned to look at them belonged to the boy'srelatives and friends. About 20 gathered in the boy's home yesterday.They looked, and they kept looking, because they know the boy won't be winning anymore.The 11-year-old boy was found Friday with multiple stab wounds in an abandoned shed in a wooded area near his Edmondson Village home.
FEATURES
By Anita Gold and Anita Gold,Chicago Tribune | September 27, 1992
Q: Can you tell me anything about actor James Cagney's paintings and if they are for sale? I'd love to add one to my collection.A: Cagney's works ranged from pinup girls to battered prizefighters, including an oil portrait Cagney called "The Winner." He also drew caricatures of his friends and the likenesses of wounded soldiers when he toured Army hospitals in Europe during World War II. An auction of some of Cagney's paintings and illustrations will be held Sept. 30 at William Doyle Galleries & Auctioneers, 175 E. 87th St., New York, N.Y. 10128.
SPORTS
May 20, 1993
* ASTROS: SS Andujar Cedeno's two errors yesterday agains the Giants gave him a team-high seven for the season.* BRAVES: OF Deion Sanders resurfaced in a baseball uniform yesterday after a three-week absence, and said he will rejoin the Braves tomorrow in New York. Sanders, 25, played in a simulated game at the Braves' spring training camp. It was his first baseball action since April 28. . . . Otis Nixon, who has 18 steals, was caught in the sixth inning last night, the third consecutive time he has been nailed.
NEWS
By Sally Voris and Sally Voris,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 30, 1998
WHAT DO fighter planes, the Civil War and chocolate have in common? A history.Heidi Chapman, Gifted and Talented teacher at Deep Run Elementary School, reasoned that everything has a history.So, as a vehicle for learning about history, Chapman and 145 Deep Run students presented a Living History Fair for the school last Wednesday -- Maryland Day.Teams of two or three students, from kindergarten to fifth grade, chose and researched topics and prepared displays.The students wrote letters to community groups, asking them to participate.
NEWS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff writer | March 6, 1992
Some players on the Anne Arundel Community College baseball team have come quite a way to play for the Pioneers.Starting third baseman Brent Flaherty, a sophomore, hails from Easton on the Eastern Shore.Freshman catcher Jeff Dofflemyer graduated from Gaithersburg's Quince Orchard High, on the southwestern tip of Montgomery County. And Mike Nelson, who is battling Dofflemyer for the starting spot, is from Patapsco in eastern Baltimore County.Dennis Lowe, a right-handed sophomore from Queen Anne's County, and Greg Shepherd, a sophomore right-hander from Mount St. Joseph, will work with nine other pitchers in the Pioneers rotation.
FEATURES
By Rob Hiaasen and Rob Hiaasen,SUN STAFF | August 24, 2000
Baseball is a numbers game, and few have posted numbers like Cal Ripken has throughout his career: 2,852: Games played. 3,047: Hits. 415: Home runs. 57: Days on disabled list. 20: Seasons with Orioles. .239: current batting average. Life is also a numbers game, and Cal Ripken has finally posted a number mortal men can and have achieved: 40: His age today. Join the club, Cal. You are one of us. Speaking as co-captain, we welcome you to the team, a motley bunch, but we try hard every consecutive day, too. We also demand teamwork, so check your ego at the door, and remember there's no "25" in the number "40."
SPORTS
By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | August 16, 2003
The book on Cal Ripken's playing career has been written, and it's chock-full of unforgettable memories. Now Ripken and his brother Bill are writing a new book of memories to perpetuate the legacy of their late father, Cal Ripken Sr. The virtual Hall of Fame lock and Bill, who is the executive vice president of Ripken Baseball, are the main organizers of the Babe Ruth League-affiliated 12-and-under Cal Ripken World Series in their hometown of Aberdeen....
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