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By Jacques Kelly and Jacques Kelly,sun reporter | July 24, 2007
Carleton Mitchell, a three-time winner of the Newport-to-Bermuda sailing cup, died of heart disease July 16 at his Key Biscayne, Fla., home. The former Annapolis resident was 96. He sailed his boat, the 39-foot yawl Finisterre, in the 635-mile race and won Bermuda Cup trophies in 1956, 1958 and 1960. "A man of means who could afford to get his exercise from coupon clipping, he likes nothing better than to pit his frail sailboat against a heaving sea," said a 1956 Evening Sun article. Born in Louisiana, he learned to sail on Lake Pontchartrain in New Orleans.
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By Mary Carole McCauley and Mary Carole McCauley,mary.mccauley@baltsun.com | May 26, 2009
Something might be rotten in the state of Denmark, but the future is looking brighter for Baltimore Shakespeare Festival. The festival, which has a new artistic director, a revamped mission and - in its current production of Wittenberg, a modern day "prequel" to H amlet - one of the strongest shows the troupe has mounted in years. For much of the year, the troupe has taken a performing hiatus, while it tended to administrative matters, such as hiring Michael Carleton as the artistic director to replace the departing James Kinstle.
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,Sun Reporter | November 5, 2006
COLLEGE PARK -- D.J. Strawberry led Maryland in scoring last night. Coach Gary Williams led it in sarcasm. Asked if he's discouraged because the Terrapins struggled to put away two teams in exhibition games, including Carleton last night, Williams responded: "Let's see, it's Nov. 4. ... Yeah, I quit." Hampton@Maryland Season opener, Tuesday, 8:30 p.m., ESPNU, 1300 AM, 105.7 FM The Terps open the regular season at home Tuesday against Hampton in the 2K Sports College Hoops Classic, beginning what they hope is a march toward their first NCAA tournament appearance in three years.
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By Janene Holzberg and Janene Holzberg,Special to The Baltimore Sun | January 18, 2009
As Barack Obama surveyed the pandemonium, he spied two familiar faces in the crowd. Striding toward the podium during a campaign rally at the Comcast Center in College Park in February, the Illinois senator paused before addressing his exuberant supporters to speak to his wife's aunt and uncle on the sidelines. "I know, I know - 'It's just Barack,' " he quipped to Carleton and Stanette Robinson of Columbia, guessing at what they were thinking and poking fun at himself. "What's the big deal, right?"
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By Dan Thanh Dang and Dan Thanh Dang,SUN STAFF | July 23, 1997
A Glen Burnie woman is suing her former boss, a Severna Park oral surgeon, claiming he sexually harassed her, then defamed her by filing a $1 million suit alleging that she "offensively touched" him.Mary L. Hardesty, who worked as a surgical assistant to Dr. A. Stott Carleton, claims in the six-count suit filed yesterday in Anne Arundel Circuit Court that her former boss assaulted her, wrongfully discharged her and inflicted emotional distress. Her husband, David Hardesty, also is named as a plaintiff.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | June 12, 1997
A Severna Park oral surgeon filed a $1 million lawsuit yesterday against a former co-worker, claiming she grabbed his buttocks at an office party.In the suit filed in Anne Arundel County Circuit Court, Stott Carleton alleged that Mary L. Hardesty of Glen Burnie "offensively touched" him at a reception a year ago for another dentist.Hardesty, who no longer works at the practice, could not be reached yesterday. The attorney for Carleton declined to comment, and the plaintiff could not be reached.
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By Mary Carole McCauley and Mary Carole McCauley,mary.mccauley@baltsun.com | May 26, 2009
Something might be rotten in the state of Denmark, but the future is looking brighter for Baltimore Shakespeare Festival. The festival, which has a new artistic director, a revamped mission and - in its current production of Wittenberg, a modern day "prequel" to H amlet - one of the strongest shows the troupe has mounted in years. For much of the year, the troupe has taken a performing hiatus, while it tended to administrative matters, such as hiring Michael Carleton as the artistic director to replace the departing James Kinstle.
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By Janene Holzberg and Janene Holzberg,Special to The Baltimore Sun | January 18, 2009
As Barack Obama surveyed the pandemonium, he spied two familiar faces in the crowd. Striding toward the podium during a campaign rally at the Comcast Center in College Park in February, the Illinois senator paused before addressing his exuberant supporters to speak to his wife's aunt and uncle on the sidelines. "I know, I know - 'It's just Barack,' " he quipped to Carleton and Stanette Robinson of Columbia, guessing at what they were thinking and poking fun at himself. "What's the big deal, right?"
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February 4, 2006
On Feb. 2, 2006 FRANCOISE M. formerly of Westminster, retired teacher from St. Pauls School for Girls, wife of Carleton Jones, mother of Evelyne M. Bernat, sister of Jean Haffner, grandmother of Ali True and Jaime Jezovnik, great-grandmother of Hana Marie. Funeral services will be held on Tuesday 11 A.M. at the Fletcher Funeral Home, 254 E. Main St., Westminster. Interment in Westminster Cemetery. The family will receive friends at the funeral home on Tuesday from 10 A.M. until service time.
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By Shirley Leung and Shirley Leung,Sun Staff Writer | March 9, 1995
The way you dot your "i" and cross your "t" might determine whether you get a job someday.A growing number of businesses are relying at least partly on graphology, the study of personality through handwriting, as a screening tool in corporate hiring and restructuring."
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By FREDERICK N. RASMUSSEN | January 11, 2009
Writing obituaries for The Baltimore Sun, you get to know a lot of nice people at the worst moment in their lives. In the majority of cases, this is the first time we have connected, even though, as we say, we occasionally have repeat customers. Inevitably, it can turn personal, when friends and colleagues pass away. (For the record, it is The Sun's policy that we do not write obits for our family members. Other reporters are given that task.) In the course of researching the life of the deceased, lots of good material surfaces that might not make the final cut because of space restrictions.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,Sun reporter | January 12, 2008
Two of my favorite people died within a week of one another. My old newspaper colleague and friend, Carleton Jones, 84, died Dec. 29, and Ruth Snead, 91, a longtime Homeland resident who had been born in Germany, and had vivid memories of life in prewar Berlin, died the following Saturday. They were both intensely cultivated and friendly, and shared an abiding interest in the arts, books and people, especially young people.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,Sun reporter | January 5, 2008
John Carleton Jones, a former longtime Sunday Sun reporter, author and critic who was known for his stylish writing and love of Maryland history, died from complications of dementia Dec. 29 at an assisted-living facility in Shallotte, N.C. The former Westminster resident was 84. Mr. Jones was born in Columbia, Mo. He was raised there and in Washington, where his father, Army Gen. Lloyd E. Jones, a West Point graduate, held a military assignment during...
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By Jacques Kelly and Jacques Kelly,sun reporter | July 24, 2007
Carleton Mitchell, a three-time winner of the Newport-to-Bermuda sailing cup, died of heart disease July 16 at his Key Biscayne, Fla., home. The former Annapolis resident was 96. He sailed his boat, the 39-foot yawl Finisterre, in the 635-mile race and won Bermuda Cup trophies in 1956, 1958 and 1960. "A man of means who could afford to get his exercise from coupon clipping, he likes nothing better than to pit his frail sailboat against a heaving sea," said a 1956 Evening Sun article. Born in Louisiana, he learned to sail on Lake Pontchartrain in New Orleans.
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,Sun Reporter | November 5, 2006
COLLEGE PARK -- D.J. Strawberry led Maryland in scoring last night. Coach Gary Williams led it in sarcasm. Asked if he's discouraged because the Terrapins struggled to put away two teams in exhibition games, including Carleton last night, Williams responded: "Let's see, it's Nov. 4. ... Yeah, I quit." Hampton@Maryland Season opener, Tuesday, 8:30 p.m., ESPNU, 1300 AM, 105.7 FM The Terps open the regular season at home Tuesday against Hampton in the 2K Sports College Hoops Classic, beginning what they hope is a march toward their first NCAA tournament appearance in three years.
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February 4, 2006
On Feb. 2, 2006 FRANCOISE M. formerly of Westminster, retired teacher from St. Pauls School for Girls, wife of Carleton Jones, mother of Evelyne M. Bernat, sister of Jean Haffner, grandmother of Ali True and Jaime Jezovnik, great-grandmother of Hana Marie. Funeral services will be held on Tuesday 11 A.M. at the Fletcher Funeral Home, 254 E. Main St., Westminster. Interment in Westminster Cemetery. The family will receive friends at the funeral home on Tuesday from 10 A.M. until service time.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,Sun reporter | January 12, 2008
Two of my favorite people died within a week of one another. My old newspaper colleague and friend, Carleton Jones, 84, died Dec. 29, and Ruth Snead, 91, a longtime Homeland resident who had been born in Germany, and had vivid memories of life in prewar Berlin, died the following Saturday. They were both intensely cultivated and friendly, and shared an abiding interest in the arts, books and people, especially young people.
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By Scott Higham and Marcia Myers and Scott Higham and Marcia Myers,SUN STAFF Sun staff writers Jonathan S. Bor, Joe Matthews, Diana K. Sugg and Timothy B. Wheeler contributed to this article | April 9, 1996
Since his arrest by FBI agents last week on charges that he sexually abused a boy he brought back from Micronesia, a bizarre, complicated picture of the brilliant, gregarious Nobel Laureate Daniel Carleton Gajdusek is beginning to emerge.Colleagues were in awe of the scientist's genius. But privately, some wondered whether the man they knew as Carleton was too close to the sexually active boys he was studying and why he brought so many back to live with him in Maryland -- first in Chevy Chase, then in Frederick County.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and Jeff Zrebiec,SUN STAFF | November 19, 2004
COLLEGE PARK - An hour hadn't passed on their season-ending loss to Syracuse in the second round of the NCAA tournament in March, and the Maryland Terrapins were already thinking ahead. A season of tremendous highs and frustrating lows, salvaged in one stunning weekend when the Terps won the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament title, made the suddenly confident Terps hungrier for future success. "I can't wait for us to get back on the court together again," said guard D.J. Strawberry not long after the 72-70 loss to the Orangemen.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and Jeff Zrebiec,SUN STAFF | November 14, 2004
COLLEGE PARK - For about 26 minutes, the Maryland Terrapins basketball team trudged through another up-and-down effort against an exhibition opponent that should have been decidedly overmatched. The defense was better than it was against Division II Bryant University eight days ago, and the Terps looked a little more decisive on offense. But aside from a gritty 3 1/2 -minute stretch to close the first half, Maryland didn't appear to be playing at an energy level that it will need to be successful in the Atlantic Coast Conference.
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