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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,SUN STAFF | May 31, 2003
DOVER, Del. - Ryan Newman's pole-winning qualifying effort for tomorrow's MBNA Armed Forces Family 400 Winston Cup race was overshadowed yesterday by the news that Dodge had canceled its contract with Bill Davis Racing. Davis, who owns the cars driven by Ward Burton and Kenny Wallace, switched from Ford to Dodge three years ago. He was told before the Coca-Cola 600 last week that his contract was being voided. Todd Goyer, manager of Dodge Motorsports, said Bill Davis Racing had done something "intolerable."
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March 1, 2006
On February 26, 2006, VIRGINIA ANN MOONEY (nee Davis) of Columbia; beloved wife of Richard Mooney; devoted mother of Sheri Stewart and Tammi Mooney; cherished sister of Warren Davis, Bill Davis, Priscilla Mercier, Lori Clarke, Nancy Thompson and Kathy Rochelle; loving grandmother of Jordan and Taryn Stewart. A Memorial Service will be held on Friday, March 3, 1 P.M. at the Oakland Mills Interfaith Center, 5885 Robert Oliver Place, Columbia, MD 21045. Interment private. In lieu of flowers, for those desiring contributions may be made to the Gilchrist Center for Hospice Care, 6601 N. Charles Street, Baltimore, MD 21204.
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March 1, 2006
On February 26, 2006, VIRGINIA ANN MOONEY (nee Davis) of Columbia; beloved wife of Richard Mooney; devoted mother of Sheri Stewart and Tammi Mooney; cherished sister of Warren Davis, Bill Davis, Priscilla Mercier, Lori Clarke, Nancy Thompson and Kathy Rochelle; loving grandmother of Jordan and Taryn Stewart. A Memorial Service will be held on Friday, March 3, 1 P.M. at the Oakland Mills Interfaith Center, 5885 Robert Oliver Place, Columbia, MD 21045. Interment private. In lieu of flowers, for those desiring contributions may be made to the Gilchrist Center for Hospice Care, 6601 N. Charles Street, Baltimore, MD 21204.
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By SANDRA McKEE | June 1, 2003
Independent teams in Winston Cup racing are nearly extinct. Three or four decades ago, you could walk through the Winston Cup garages and see drivers such as Dave Marcis, Bobby Allison, Dick Brooks and even Richard Childress trying to make it without the support of a major sponsor or a car maker. They survived on their own know-how, their own mechanical expertise, their own money, the money they made from racing purses and on the little bits of dough they could gather from small, sometime-sponsors.
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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,SUN TELEVISION CRITIC | September 12, 2002
The networks' new fall television season begins tonight with the premiere of Family Affair on WB. It's an ill-conceived, lifeless and sorry show, which makes it the perfect launching pad for a largely unimaginative, limp and lame lineup of new network series. Reminding us that there is nothing so rare as an original idea in network prime-time programming, Family Affair is a remake of a series that ran on CBS from 1966 to 1971 and was no great shakes the first time around. The original, though, did at least have a bit of resonance with the larger culture, something the producers seem not to have understood at all in their ham-handed, copycat update.
SPORTS
By SANDRA McKEE | June 1, 2003
Independent teams in Winston Cup racing are nearly extinct. Three or four decades ago, you could walk through the Winston Cup garages and see drivers such as Dave Marcis, Bobby Allison, Dick Brooks and even Richard Childress trying to make it without the support of a major sponsor or a car maker. They survived on their own know-how, their own mechanical expertise, their own money, the money they made from racing purses and on the little bits of dough they could gather from small, sometime-sponsors.
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By LOS ANGELES TIMES | December 21, 2000
WINTERS, Calif. - Call him old-fashioned, but Dr. Bill Davis likes making house calls. Carrying his battered black leather medical bag, he often rides his son's bike along this rural town's streets to visit his patients where they live, spending an hour or so sitting by their beds or at their kitchen tables to get to the bottom of what's ailing them. But the HMO that employed Davis and the only two other doctors in this Yolo County community didn't agree with his style of country doctoring.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,Staff Writer | January 27, 1993
LOS ANGELES -- Until recently, Kenneth Davis was the best-kept secret in the NFL. Now, in the glow of Super Bowl XXVII, that title has been upgraded to best backup running back in football.That's due to the lift Davis gave the Buffalo Bills during their wild-card playoff run.While Thurman Thomas struggled with a painful hip pointer, Davis delivered a viable running game for the Bills.In three playoff games, he has rushed for 233 yards, averaging 5.5 a carry. And he gained another 77 yards on six pass receptions.
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July 19, 2003
On July 17, 2003, PAULINE HELEN MATUSZEWSKI, of Sykesville, and formerly of Brooklyn Park, beloved wife of the late Anthony "Tony" Matuszewski; dearest mother of the late Anthony C. "Tony" Matuszewski, loving aunt of Deborah and Bill Davis with whom she lived; loving sister-in-law of Marian Gregorek, devoted friend of Betty Davis; also survived by nieces, nephews, cousins and grandsons. She was predeceased by eight siblings. Funeral Services will be held on Monday at 11 A.M. from Haight Funeral Home and Chapel, Rt. 32 near Eldersburg.
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March 6, 2003
On March 5, 2003 AUBREY C. DAVIS of West Friendship, beloved wife of the late Wilford M. Davis, Jr; devoted mother of Wilford M. "Bill" Davis III, Penny Hull and Susan Rhine; loving sister of the late Eutelle Prather; dearest grandmother of David Hull, Kathleen Balch, Jay, Megan and Matthew Rhine, Mary Alice, Will and Laurel Davis and Brook Butler; loving great-grandmother of Logan and Braeden Balch, Corey and Morgan Hull. Funeral services will be held on Saturday from 10 a.m. from St. Barnabas Episcopal Church, 13135 Forsythe Rd., Sykesville.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,SUN STAFF | May 31, 2003
DOVER, Del. - Ryan Newman's pole-winning qualifying effort for tomorrow's MBNA Armed Forces Family 400 Winston Cup race was overshadowed yesterday by the news that Dodge had canceled its contract with Bill Davis Racing. Davis, who owns the cars driven by Ward Burton and Kenny Wallace, switched from Ford to Dodge three years ago. He was told before the Coca-Cola 600 last week that his contract was being voided. Todd Goyer, manager of Dodge Motorsports, said Bill Davis Racing had done something "intolerable."
FEATURES
By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,SUN TELEVISION CRITIC | September 12, 2002
The networks' new fall television season begins tonight with the premiere of Family Affair on WB. It's an ill-conceived, lifeless and sorry show, which makes it the perfect launching pad for a largely unimaginative, limp and lame lineup of new network series. Reminding us that there is nothing so rare as an original idea in network prime-time programming, Family Affair is a remake of a series that ran on CBS from 1966 to 1971 and was no great shakes the first time around. The original, though, did at least have a bit of resonance with the larger culture, something the producers seem not to have understood at all in their ham-handed, copycat update.
NEWS
By LOS ANGELES TIMES | December 21, 2000
WINTERS, Calif. - Call him old-fashioned, but Dr. Bill Davis likes making house calls. Carrying his battered black leather medical bag, he often rides his son's bike along this rural town's streets to visit his patients where they live, spending an hour or so sitting by their beds or at their kitchen tables to get to the bottom of what's ailing them. But the HMO that employed Davis and the only two other doctors in this Yolo County community didn't agree with his style of country doctoring.
SPORTS
By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,Staff Writer | January 27, 1993
LOS ANGELES -- Until recently, Kenneth Davis was the best-kept secret in the NFL. Now, in the glow of Super Bowl XXVII, that title has been upgraded to best backup running back in football.That's due to the lift Davis gave the Buffalo Bills during their wild-card playoff run.While Thurman Thomas struggled with a painful hip pointer, Davis delivered a viable running game for the Bills.In three playoff games, he has rushed for 233 yards, averaging 5.5 a carry. And he gained another 77 yards on six pass receptions.
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