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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | January 28, 2004
Jonathan Harris scored 30 points as host Elizabeth City State's dealt Bowie State just its second Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association loss, 80-74, last night. Letheal Cook scored 20 points for Bowie State (16-3, 9-2). Elizabeth City (9-10, 3-6) made 17 of 22 free throws in the second half. UMES 85, Morgan State 72: Tee Trotter scored 27 points as the host Hawks (2-13, 2-6) ended a five-game losing streak. Chris Grant scored 27 to lead the Bears (6-9, 5-3). Women Bowie State 62, Elizabeth City State 52: Allyson Hardy scored 21 points to lead the visiting Bulldogs (10-11, 5-6 CIAA)
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SPORTS
By Bob Clark and Bob Clark,Special to The Sun | September 30, 1990
BOWIE -- For the second straight Saturday, Bowie Field turned into Heartbreak Hotel in the closing seconds, as Bowie State saw a 19-point fourth-quarter lead evaporate and unbeaten Virginia Union rallied for a 45-40 victory.The Bulldogs (1-3 overall), who lost on the last play of last week's Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association game to Virginia State, fell on the last offensive play to the Panthers (5-0 and 3-0 in the CIAA) in this game.But this loss, Bowie's third in three CIAA games, was devastating.
NEWS
By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | July 1, 2005
C. Keating Bowie, a retired Baltimore corporate lawyer and former chairman of the board of trustees of the Enoch Pratt Free Library, died of cancer yesterday at Gilchrist Center for Hospice Care. He was 92. Mr. Bowie was born in Baltimore, the son of a lawyer, and was raised on Calvert Street and in Guilford. He was a 1932 graduate of Gilman School and earned a bachelor's degree in economics in 1936 from Princeton University. After graduating from Harvard Law School in 1939, Mr. Bowie returned to Baltimore and joined Bowie and Burke, his father's law firm, which later became Bowie, Burke and Leonard.
FEATURES
By Nestor Aparicio and Nestor Aparicio,Evening Sun Staff | November 14, 1991
While speaking from guitarist Reeves Gabrels' hotel room in London recently, David Bowie ribbed his latest songwriting collaborator at every turn. Of course, all the while, Gabrels, an American, cursed him feverishly in the background."
NEWS
November 1, 2006
Sun columnist Dan Rodricks, reporter Liz Bowie and photographer Andre F. Chung have been selected as winners of the 2006 Excellence in Urban Journalism Award for their work. The award - presented last week at the Enterprise Network Conference in Los Angeles - is sponsored by Enterprise and the Freedom Forum to recognize outstanding journalism in issues affecting the nation's urban areas. Rodricks was honored for his series of columns focused on assisting Baltimore's ex-offenders by getting drug dealers off of the streets and finding work for them.
SPORTS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | December 29, 1998
BOWIE -- Naronda Leggett's 14-foot jump shot with one second left in overtime lifted Bowie State over American International, 65-64, in the championship game of the Best Western Classic last night.The Bulldogs (7-1) had four double-digit scorers, led by Rashida Brooks, who contributed 16 points and 11 rebounds, as they extended their home winning streak to 33 games in winning the tournament for the third consecutive year.The Yellow Jackets (7-4) led for most of the extra period before Kristen Patterson missed the first shot in a one-and-one with 12 seconds left to set up Leggett's game-winning shot.
SPORTS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | August 13, 1997
Four home runs off Bowie starter Hut Smith brought New Haven back from an early deficit to a 10-6 Eastern League victory over the Baysox last night at Prince George's Stadium.Jamie Taylor, Kinnis Pledger, Anthony Lewis and Steve Bernhardt connected for the Ravens. Bowie pitchers have allowed 139 homers.The Baysox (65-57) fell 2 1/2 games behind second-place Reading, which beat Norwich, in the race for a Southern Division playoff berth.Keys 4, Warthogs 2: A two-run homer by Wady Almonte in the bottom of the seventh helped Frederick to a Single-A Carolina League victory over visiting Winston-Salem.
NEWS
By Sandy Banisky and Sandy Banisky,Sun Staff Writer | October 9, 1994
BOWIE -- The neighborhood looks so ordinarily suburban, the house so pleasantly average. There are bikes on the front lawn and family photos on the piano.And in the living room, Jayne and Michael Bray, with his sister-in-law Donna Bray, are talking about the sanctity of life -- and why they believe killing abortion doctors is "morally right.""It would be a good thing for an abortionist to repent," Mr. Bray said. "But in as much as he is unrepentant and continuing in his deeds, in that context it is a good thing that one be terminated."
SPORTS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 7, 1998
FLORENCE, S.C. -- Sixth-ranked Bowie State advanced to the final of the NCAA Women's Division II South Atlantic Regional for the third consecutive year with a 63-59 win last night over Presbyterian College of Clinton, S.C.Tarsha Wilson led the Bulldogs (28-1), who extended their winning streak to 21 games, with 21 points and 11 rebounds.Presbyterian (23-8) rallied from a 10-point deficit to get within 59-58 with 50 seconds left but could get no closer.Pub Date: 3/07/98
NEWS
October 22, 1996
A 44-year-old Bowie man was killed Sunday when he fell from a ladder while cutting branches for a friend in Glen Burnie, county police said yesterday.George Bernard Laird of the 12900 block of Victoria Heights Lane fell 27 feet and struck his head against a step. He was pronounced dead at the scene, police said.Witnesses told police that Laird was cutting branches in the 300 block of Marie Ave. just after 3: 30 p.m. as a favor to friends Bradley and Kimberly Wibbing. A falling branch hit the extension ladder, causing it to collapse.
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