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By From Staff Reports | January 31, 1995
Amy Dodrill scored 24 points and had six rebounds, leading Johns Hopkins (13-5, 3-3) past host Case Western Reserve (6-12, 2-6), 75-61, in a United Athletic Association game last night.* St. Peter's 68, Loyola 67: Mildred Washington scored on a layupwith 12 seconds remaining in overtime, as visiting St. Peter's (15-3, 6-0) defeated host Loyola (12-6, 3-4) in a Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference game. Patty Stoffey led Loyola with 25.* Bowie State 89, St. Paul's 56: Yetisha Mackey scored 20 points and had six assists, leading Bowie State (14-4, 6-0)
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By Peter Jensen and Peter Jensen,SUN STAFF | March 26, 1997
From: Peter JensenBaltimore SunBaltimore, Md.To: Frances McDormandBest Actress Oscar Winnerc/o Gramercy PicturesBeverly Hills, Calif.Dear Fran:Congratulations on your big win the other night at the Academy Awards! You sure have come a long way since we performed together on the stage of Bethany College -- the self-proclaimed "Small College of Distinction" in the northern panhandle of West Virginia.You haven't changed at all. Really. You look exactly the same as you did in 1979, although you tended to dress more informally than you did on Oscar night.
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November 3, 1995
Navy Lt. Cmdr. Katherine E. Stefansson, daughter of Katherine L. Stuart of Hampstead, is midway through a six-month South American deployment while serving with the commander of the U.S. South Atlantic Force aboard the destroyer USS Comte De Grasse.Commander Stefansson is on the staff of the commander in charge of coordinating and organizing all U.S. Navy operations in the South Atlantic Ocean and the waters near South America.Along with other sailors and Marines, she is participating in Unitas '95, a multicultural exercise that began off the coast of Puerto Rico and is continuing around South America.
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November 3, 1995
Navy Lt. Cmdr. Katherine E. Stefansson, daughter of Katherine L. Stuart of Hampstead, is midway through a six-month South American deployment while serving with the commander of the U.S. South Atlantic Force aboard the destroyer USS Comte De Grasse.Commander Stefansson is on the staff of the commander in charge of coordinating and organizing all U.S. Navy operations in the South Atlantic Ocean and the waters near South America.Along with other sailors and Marines, she is participating in Unitas '95, a multicultural exercise that began off the coast of Puerto Rico and is continuing around South America.
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By Peter Jensen and Peter Jensen,SUN STAFF | March 26, 1997
From: Peter JensenBaltimore SunBaltimore, Md.To: Frances McDormandBest Actress Oscar Winnerc/o Gramercy PicturesBeverly Hills, Calif.Dear Fran:Congratulations on your big win the other night at the Academy Awards! You sure have come a long way since we performed together on the stage of Bethany College -- the self-proclaimed "Small College of Distinction" in the northern panhandle of West Virginia.You haven't changed at all. Really. You look exactly the same as you did in 1979, although you tended to dress more informally than you did on Oscar night.
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By From Staff Reports | December 14, 1993
BETHANY, W.Va. -- Scott Newman scored 18 points to lead Frost- State menburg State past Bethany College, 85-70, last night.John Blackmon scored a game-high 23 for Bethany.Essex CC 95, Del. Tech 72Dennis Hughes scored a game-high 21 points to lead Essex Community College (3-4) past visiting Delaware Tech (4-5) 95-72. Essex led 58-37 at halftime.
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December 6, 1994
Robert Bernat, 63, a university administrator and professor who founded the River City Brass Band in 1981, died Saturday of cancer in Pittsburgh. He taught, conducted and held administrative posts at Bethany College, Brandeis University, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Ohio State University and the University of Pittsburgh. His compositions include "In Memoriam: John F. Kennedy," commissioned for the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, and the brass band fantasy, "Dunlap's Creek."Arthur Frank Shore, 70, part of an international team that rescued ancient Egyptian archaeological treasures threatenedby the rising waters of the Aswan dam in the 1960s, died Nov. 27 in London.
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By From Staff Reports | December 14, 1993
FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. -- Jerome Oliver scored 23 points and Fayetteville State's defense forced Bowie State into 21 second-half turnovers as the Broncos took a 95-73 Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association victory last night.The Broncos (6-3, 2-1) trailed 43-42 at halftime, but a 25-8 run midway through the second half secured the victory.Harvey Petty added 20 points and 10 rebounds for Fayetteville State.Brian Brooks, the CIAA's leading scorer with a 28.6 average, had 23 to lead Bowie State (5-4, 3-3)
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January 12, 2013
  Gov. Martin O'Malley has appointed Brian David Green to the district court for Carroll County. Green has served as attorney with the Office of the Public Defender in Carroll County for the past 23 years, according to a press release from the governor's office. An adjunct professor for the Criminal Practice Clinic at the University of Baltimore School of Law, Green has also worked for the Shemer Bar Review since 1999, according to the release. He began his legal career as an assistant state's attorney in Baltimore City from 1987-1990.
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By James H. Jackson and James H. Jackson,Sun Staff Correspondent | November 4, 1990
FROSTBURG -- Frostburg State took another step toward its first appearance in the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division III football playoffs by pounding Bethany College, 55-14, yesterday at Bobcat Stadium.Frostburg (9-0), which will complete its regular season Saturday at Waynesburg and is ranked No. 3 in the South Region, gained a school-record 528 yards rushing and limited the Bison (1-7-1) to 85 yards on the ground. The old rushing record was 461, set this season against Catholic University.
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By From Staff Reports | January 31, 1995
Amy Dodrill scored 24 points and had six rebounds, leading Johns Hopkins (13-5, 3-3) past host Case Western Reserve (6-12, 2-6), 75-61, in a United Athletic Association game last night.* St. Peter's 68, Loyola 67: Mildred Washington scored on a layupwith 12 seconds remaining in overtime, as visiting St. Peter's (15-3, 6-0) defeated host Loyola (12-6, 3-4) in a Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference game. Patty Stoffey led Loyola with 25.* Bowie State 89, St. Paul's 56: Yetisha Mackey scored 20 points and had six assists, leading Bowie State (14-4, 6-0)
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,Staff Writer | September 13, 1992
WESTMINSTER -- Steve Thomson officially was named Westminster High's new athletic director.Thomson, who was approved for the job at the monthly Carroll County Board of Education meeting Wednesday, has been acting as AD since mid-August. He replaces football coach Jeff Oeming, who stepped down this summer after serving three years at the post.Thomson has a broad background in coaching, while teaching physical education and health, first at East Middle School and now at Westminster High.Over the past 17 years, he has been an assistant football coach, head baseball and tennis coach, and directed the boys and girls junior varsity basketball programs -- all at Westminster.
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By Roch Eric Kubatko and Roch Eric Kubatko,SUN STAFF | November 4, 1995
While the Johns Hopkins football team has gained most of the attention on campus with its recent six-game winning streak, don't overlook the men's soccer program.Because the Blue Jays weren't ranked in the top four in the Mid-Atlantic Region, they didn't qualify for the NCAA tournament. But they accepted a bid to the Eastern College Athletic Conference Division III championship this weekend at Washington & Jefferson. Seeded No. 1, they will play Grove City (Pa.) in today's semifinals.Hopkins (14-4)
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