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By Pat Dorsey and Pat Dorsey,MORNINGSTAR.COM | November 18, 2001
When people ask me for a list of my favorite finance books, Ben Graham's The Intelligent Investor is usually a top pick. However, more than a few folks to whom I've recommended this classic have subsequently complained that the book is dated, with examples that don't seem relevant to 21st-century investing. Although I think these quibbles are somewhat misguided - there's an old line about those not remembering the past being doomed to repeat it, after all - I finally have a good solution for those wanting an updated manual on value investing.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | December 30, 2010
Sam Koch is close to setting an NFL record, but if the Ravens punter had his wish, he'd rather avoid the mark on Sunday against the Cincinnati Bengals. Koch needs just five more punts inside Cincinnati's 20-yard line to tie the league single-season record of 42 shared by the Arizona Cardinals' Ben Graham (2009) and the San Francisco 49ers' Andy Lee (2007). But if Koch is punting, that means the offense isn't scoring, and that's a scenario that Koch said he'd rather see not develop.
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By BRENT JONES and BRENT JONES,SUN REPORTER | October 1, 2005
As Dwan Edwards came off the practice field earlier this week, he showed no telltale signs of a moping player. His head was held high. His uniform displayed that of a hard day's work. And his attitude, addressed as he headed toward the locker room, remained positive. "I've just got to take it day by day and come out here and get better until I can get a part of that rotation," said Edwards, inactive the first two games of the season. "I can't take any steps backward. I'm going to keep looking forward, keep improving, and I'll be out there."
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | November 1, 2010
Derrick Mason said he hasn't returned punts with any regularity since 2004, but that hasn't stopped the wide receiver from seriously offering his services to the Ravens coaching staff. "I've done it before, and I was very good at it," said Mason, who went to his first Pro Bowl in 2000 as a member of the Tennessee Titans after leading the NFL in punt return yards (662) and ranking second in average yards on kick returns (27.0). "Not taking away from the guys that are doing it, but if you feel you can help the team in some aspect, you mention it to a coach.
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | December 21, 2003
Calvert Hall hoped to repeat as the Ed Peery Invitational Tournament champion, but coach Keith Norris said he knew that Mercersburg (Pa.) Academy would be tough to beat. Mercersburg proved Norris right and nearly had the tournament title clinched before the final round began. The Blue Storm won three individual titles, put 12 of 14 wrestlers in the top four and breezed to the team championship over No. 10 Calvert Hall yesterday at the Annapolis Area Christian School. Mercersburg put six wrestlers in the finals and had a 23-point lead before the round began.
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By Luke Broadwater and Luke Broadwater,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 7, 2004
COLLEGE PARK - Ben Graham of Annapolis had not won in his previous two attempts in the state wrestling finals. The third time, he became a champion. With a 6-4 overtime victory over Bethesda-Chevy Chase's Eric Jeronimo last night at the Class 4A-3A state wrestling tournament at Cole Field House, Graham (140 pounds) nailed down the title that had previously eluded him. "To win a state title on the final match of my high school career, that feels really good," said Graham (32-2 record)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | December 22, 2002
As a Calvert Hall freshman wrestler last season, Brad Gab- rish was just two wins over .500, was pinned twice and lost by 15 or more points more times than he would like to recall. But at yesterday's fourth annual Ed Peery Invitational at Annapolis Area Christian School, Gabrish showed his rivals the ceiling. The sophomore scored 22 near-fall point in three bouts, topped by his 13 back points in a 20-6, title-bout win over Kyle Gogar of Broadneck at 130 pounds to lead the Cardinals to the overall crown in the 12-team event.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | November 1, 2010
Derrick Mason said he hasn't returned punts with any regularity since 2004, but that hasn't stopped the wide receiver from seriously offering his services to the Ravens coaching staff. "I've done it before, and I was very good at it," said Mason, who went to his first Pro Bowl in 2000 as a member of the Tennessee Titans after leading the NFL in punt return yards (662) and ranking second in average yards on kick returns (27.0). "Not taking away from the guys that are doing it, but if you feel you can help the team in some aspect, you mention it to a coach.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | December 30, 2010
Sam Koch is close to setting an NFL record, but if the Ravens punter had his wish, he'd rather avoid the mark on Sunday against the Cincinnati Bengals. Koch needs just five more punts inside Cincinnati's 20-yard line to tie the league single-season record of 42 shared by the Arizona Cardinals' Ben Graham (2009) and the San Francisco 49ers' Andy Lee (2007). But if Koch is punting, that means the offense isn't scoring, and that's a scenario that Koch said he'd rather see not develop.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | December 19, 2003
Annapolis senior co-captains Ben Graham and Andrew Smith are, for the most part, different. That is, except for a couple of things: wrestling and winning. Graham is reserved and takes a straight-ahead, blue-collar manner to the mat that persistently wears on an opponent for six minutes. Smith is more brash, and that, too, shows up when Smith brings out his free-flowing and fancy moves. So what would they do without each other? "Good question," said Annapolis coach Tom Sfakiyanudis. "I think the biggest asset they have may be each other."
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By BRENT JONES and BRENT JONES,SUN REPORTER | October 1, 2005
As Dwan Edwards came off the practice field earlier this week, he showed no telltale signs of a moping player. His head was held high. His uniform displayed that of a hard day's work. And his attitude, addressed as he headed toward the locker room, remained positive. "I've just got to take it day by day and come out here and get better until I can get a part of that rotation," said Edwards, inactive the first two games of the season. "I can't take any steps backward. I'm going to keep looking forward, keep improving, and I'll be out there."
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By Luke Broadwater and Luke Broadwater,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 7, 2004
COLLEGE PARK - Ben Graham of Annapolis had not won in his previous two attempts in the state wrestling finals. The third time, he became a champion. With a 6-4 overtime victory over Bethesda-Chevy Chase's Eric Jeronimo last night at the Class 4A-3A state wrestling tournament at Cole Field House, Graham (140 pounds) nailed down the title that had previously eluded him. "To win a state title on the final match of my high school career, that feels really good," said Graham (32-2 record)
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | December 21, 2003
Calvert Hall hoped to repeat as the Ed Peery Invitational Tournament champion, but coach Keith Norris said he knew that Mercersburg (Pa.) Academy would be tough to beat. Mercersburg proved Norris right and nearly had the tournament title clinched before the final round began. The Blue Storm won three individual titles, put 12 of 14 wrestlers in the top four and breezed to the team championship over No. 10 Calvert Hall yesterday at the Annapolis Area Christian School. Mercersburg put six wrestlers in the finals and had a 23-point lead before the round began.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | December 19, 2003
Annapolis senior co-captains Ben Graham and Andrew Smith are, for the most part, different. That is, except for a couple of things: wrestling and winning. Graham is reserved and takes a straight-ahead, blue-collar manner to the mat that persistently wears on an opponent for six minutes. Smith is more brash, and that, too, shows up when Smith brings out his free-flowing and fancy moves. So what would they do without each other? "Good question," said Annapolis coach Tom Sfakiyanudis. "I think the biggest asset they have may be each other."
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | December 22, 2002
As a Calvert Hall freshman wrestler last season, Brad Gab- rish was just two wins over .500, was pinned twice and lost by 15 or more points more times than he would like to recall. But at yesterday's fourth annual Ed Peery Invitational at Annapolis Area Christian School, Gabrish showed his rivals the ceiling. The sophomore scored 22 near-fall point in three bouts, topped by his 13 back points in a 20-6, title-bout win over Kyle Gogar of Broadneck at 130 pounds to lead the Cardinals to the overall crown in the 12-team event.
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By Pat Dorsey and Pat Dorsey,MORNINGSTAR.COM | November 18, 2001
When people ask me for a list of my favorite finance books, Ben Graham's The Intelligent Investor is usually a top pick. However, more than a few folks to whom I've recommended this classic have subsequently complained that the book is dated, with examples that don't seem relevant to 21st-century investing. Although I think these quibbles are somewhat misguided - there's an old line about those not remembering the past being doomed to repeat it, after all - I finally have a good solution for those wanting an updated manual on value investing.
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January 17, 2009
Tomorrow RAVENS AT PITTSBURGH RAVENS: Out: LB Antwan Barnes (shoulder). Doubtful: CB Samari Rolle (thigh). Questionable: DT Justin Bannan (foot), WR Mark Clayton (thigh), TE Todd Heap (back), LB Jarret Johnson (calf), WR Derrick Mason (knee), FB Le'Ron McClain (ankle), LB Terrell Suggs (shoulder). Probable: LB Ray Lewis (shoulder), FB Lorenzo Neal (shoulder), S Ed Reed (knee). STEELERS: Probable: C Justin Hartwig (knee), S Troy Polamalu (calf). PHILADELPHIA AT ARIZONA EAGLES: Out: G Shawn Andrews (back)
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