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March 30, 2003
On March 26, 2003, HARRY C. BOWIE, M.D., beloved husband of the late Helen Louise Bowie (nee Kaylor); devoted father of Harry C. Bowie, III, Dr. John W. Bowie, and the late Brian B. Bowie; brother of Irene B. Wood; grandfather of John W. Bowie, Jr. and Charles W. Bowie. Service and interment private. Friends may call at the family owned RUCK TOWSON FUNERAL HOME INC., 1050 York Road (beltway exit 26A), on Sunday, 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P.M. In lieu of flowers, those desiring may make memorial contributions to the charity of your choice.
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SPORTS
By Jon Meoli and The Baltimore Sun | June 3, 2014
When Cuban outfielder Dariel Alvarez arrived in Bowie last year for the last few weeks of the Baysox season, manager Gary Kendall and hitting coach Butch Davis saw a player who was trying to fit a season's worth of slugging into a couple of home stands. With a calm off-season and a sense of comfort gained with the staff in Bowie, Alvarez has become one of the Orioles' top hitting prospects and, in one scout's eye, one of the best sleeper prospects in all of baseball. “He certainly isn't a finished product,” Kendall said last week . “He has good nights, he has bad nights, occasionally.
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By Sports Digest | October 22, 2010
Men's college basketball Report: Ex-Hoya C. Smith shot inside his Bowie home The NBC station in Washington reported that Charles Smith , a former star at Georgetown in the late 1980s, was shot inside his Bowie home Thursday afternoon. Smith was shot twice in the chest in the 13200 block of Lansdales Hope Way, according to the report. He was hospitalized in critical-but-stable condition and underwent surgery Thursday afternoon. Prince George's County police are searching for a single gunman, NBC News4 reported.
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Jacques Kelly | May 18, 2012
My earliest recollection of the television that arrived in my family's Guilford Avenue home was the broadcast of the 1955 Preakness. We were all fixed on that black-and-white Sylvania mounted high on a wall. Nashua beat Swaps and went on to win the Belmont, too. Nashua was named 1955 Horse of the Year and later bred to many other winners. A number of the horses competing at Pimlico today are his descendants. Not long after that 1955 Preakness, my mother guided me through the recently opened Woodward wing of the Baltimore Museum of Art , where I was dazzled by the portraits of thoroughbred horses and of a tall and distinguished gentleman, William "Billy" Woodward, Nashua's owner.
SPORTS
By From Staff Reports | April 4, 1995
Two Orioles farm clubs, the Double-A Bowie Baysox and Single-A Frederick Keys, will play a final preseason exhibition game tonight at 7:05 at Prince George's County Stadium in Bowie.Open seating will be in effect with tickets priced at $5 for adults and $3 for children.The seven-inning game will feature "three bullpen guys" from each team doing the pitching, said Bowie manager Bobby Miscik.
NEWS
March 5, 2007
Theodosia C. Bowie, a homemaker and former board member of a social service agency, died in her sleep Thursday at the Blakehurst retirement community in Towson. She was 94. Theodosia Chapman was born and raised in Chestertown and earned her bachelor's degree in English from Washington College in 1933. After graduation, she moved to Baltimore and worked as a secretary for several years. In the late 1930s, she became librarian of the patients' library and director of visiting clergy services at Johns Hopkins Hospital.
SPORTS
May 11, 1993
Bowie State announced yesterday the hiring of former assistant coach Sherman Wood as its head football coach.Wood, 32, was a Bulldogs assistant from 1986 to 1991, serving as defensive coordinator in his last three years with the Division II program. He was an assistant coach last season at Virginia Union in Richmond, a rival in the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association.Wood, a Division III All-America defensive back while at Salisbury State, takes over from Sanders Shiver, who resigned in March after four seasons and took an assistant's job at Howard.
SPORTS
By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,Contributing Writer | June 20, 1994
BOWIE -- With Scott Klingenbeck scheduled to start and a host of other Bowie Baysox pitchers available to step in, Dave Paveloff said he was surprised when given the ball in the second inning of yesterday's series finale with the Binghamton Mets.Although Paveloff may have been surprised to be throwing, not once did he appear to be caught off guard.The 6-foot-2, 190-pound right-hander retired 15 of 16 batters before the skies opened and the Baysox were awarded a 6-3 rain-shortened victory at Prince George's County Stadium.
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,Sun Staff Writer | June 16, 1994
BOWIE -- A 21-month quest by the Bowie Baysox to reach their settlement place will culminate tonight with the official opening of Prince George's County Stadium.The Baysox will christen the still-unfinished structure with little fanfare and an Eastern League game against the Binghamton Mets.The nightmares of a season and a half without a permanent home will end for Bowie, which played home games in 1993 at Baltimore's Memorial Stadium and this year at four widely scattered sites.But the dream of a spanking new stadium that is completely operational still is not fully realized.
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By Brad Snyder and Brad Snyder,Sun Staff Writer | May 18, 1995
HARRISBURG, Pa. -- It was an overcast afternoon. Jeffrey Hammonds sat in the opposing dugout at Harrisburg's RiverSide Stadium and talked about being sent down to the Double-A Bowie Baysox to rehabilitate his injured right knee.Dark clouds loomed behind Hammonds, but in front of him, there was a window of sunshine.The same can be said of Hammonds' career. The herniated disk in his neck in 1993, the reconstructive knee surgery after last season and the shock of Sunday's demotion -- he is trying to put all that behind him. Hammonds is focused on fulfilling his potential and becoming an everyday major-league outfielder.
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