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August 14, 2006
Which would you rather watch on television: poker or the fourth quarter of an NFL preseason game? As tempting as those choices are, I believe I will sit in a corner and contemplate my own navel. It will be just as exciting. Ron W. Kellogg Lutherville They both feature young, inexperienced players being paid too much money for making mistakes. Can't we watch the O's blow another late-inning lead instead? David Sweigard Shrewsbury, Pa. Neither. As someone who had triple heart bypass surgery in 1995, I strongly recommend watching pro golf.
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August 14, 2006
Which would you rather watch on television: poker or the fourth quarter of an NFL preseason game? As tempting as those choices are, I believe I will sit in a corner and contemplate my own navel. It will be just as exciting. Ron W. Kellogg Lutherville They both feature young, inexperienced players being paid too much money for making mistakes. Can't we watch the O's blow another late-inning lead instead? David Sweigard Shrewsbury, Pa. Neither. As someone who had triple heart bypass surgery in 1995, I strongly recommend watching pro golf.
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December 2, 2009
On November 30, 2009 HELEN V. MINER, beloved wife of Ronald G. Miner, loving mother of Ronald G. Miner, Jr. and his wife Brandi and Timothy Miner and his wife Haley, cherished "Mom-Mom" of Ashley Miner, Jessica Miner, Luke Miner and Kendra Miner, treasured daughter of Ruth P. Hughes, dear sister of Ruth McKee, Bill Hughes and Bob Hughes. Also survived by loving nieces and nephews. Friends may call at the family-owned AMBROSE FUNERAL HOME, INC, 1328 Sulphur Spring Road, Thursday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. where a funeral service will be held Friday 11:30 A.M. Interment to immediately follow at Meadowridge Memorial Park.
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September 9, 2010
You wrote of Sen. George W. Della of the 46th District: "By and large, he votes the way people in his district would want, he is independent of the leadership in Annapolis, he is accessible to his constituents and he has experience in the ways of the Senate. " ("For Bill Ferguson," Sept. 9) You then add that it would take Senator Della's opponent "a long time to match" his proven record but that the young man has "potential. " Query: Would The Sun drop H.L. Mencken for an upstart just out of journalism school?
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March 24, 1991
Head coach: Clint Gosnell (15th season)Assistants: Fred Plitt, Mark Moran and Bill Hughes1990 record: 8-6Returnees: Seniors, Jeff Farr (mid), Cory Turner (mid), Jason McNamara (mid), Andy Goeller (att), Kurt Fowler (att), Brent Sheldon (def), Travis Loving (g), Sean Harris (def-mid), Eric Jackson (def-mid) and Pat Beach (def); sophomores, David Livingston(att) and Greg Booth (mid)Newcomers: Senior, Matt Agee (transferfrom St. Mary's, mid); junior, Graham Neimi (def)Coach's outlook: "We have around seven or eight players on the squad who can really contribute offensively.
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By Mary Johnson and Mary Johnson,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | July 20, 2000
The folks at Paragon Theatre are hoping that history will repeat itself with another hit when Ken Ludwig's "Moon Over Buffalo" opens tomorrow night. In January, they had their biggest hit to date with Ludwig's "Lend Me a Tenor," when most performances played to capacity audiences. Like "Tenor," this fast-paced farce also promises plenty of laughs to the audiences at Trifles Restaurant in Crownsville. "Moon Over Buffalo" was an instant hit when it opened on Broadway in October 1995. After a 30-year absence, Carol Burnett was lured back to Broadway to the role of Charlotte Hay, a nearly washed-up, long-married stage actress, who dreams of starring in a Frank Capra film.
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By Tony Hamilton and Tony Hamilton,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | September 8, 1996
INDIANAPOLIS -- Towson State coach Gordy Combs had to look to the first game of 1996 with a positive attitude. After all, a year ago his Tigers beat up on this year's season-opening opponent, the Butler Bulldogs, 34-3.A year later, things haven't changed. Despite a tough defensive effort by Butler, Towson State's exceptional size on the offensive line proved to be too much for the Bulldogs, and the Tigers prevailed, 14-3.Led by junior Maurice Sydnor, who had 173 yards on 25 carries, Towson State (1-0)
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By SPECIAL TO THE SUN | September 24, 1995
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- Towson State hit another bump on the nonscholarship I-AA football road yesterday.For the second straight week, the Tigers traveled to the home of a one-time Division III power forced to I-AA by NCAA rules changes.For the second straight week, they were beaten, this time 23-15 by Wagner College, the 1987 NCAA Division III national champions.For the second straight week, Towson (1-2) was its own worst enemy, as it followed last week's six turnovers at Dayton with four more at Fischer Memorial Field.
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By Chris Courogen and Chris Courogen,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | September 15, 1996
LEWISBURG, Pa. -- Chances lost and opportunities squandered. That was the theme of Towson State's 44-7 loss to Bucknell yesterday.With the score tied at 7 midway through the second quarter, the Tigers twice got the ball inside the Bucknell 40-yard line. Both times they came up empty, and Bucknell went on to score 37 unanswered points, turning a close game into a rout.Towson's first chance came after Brad Friedman ran a Bucknell punt back 51 yards to set up the Tigers at the Bison 26. Four plays later, George Perdikakis' 42-yard field-goal try was blocked.
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