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By ASCRIBE NEWS | May 21, 2000
SWARTHMORE, Pa. -- "Pow-wow 2000: Remembering Carlisle Indian School" will take place over Memorial Day weekend on the site of the Indian Industrial School in Carlisle, Pa., now the home of the U.S. Army War College. This gathering of alumni and their descendants of the country's first off-reservation boarding school for Native American children will be the largest ever of its kind and will draw people from all over country, says Swarthmore College instructor of English Michelle Hermann.
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By Jonas Shaffer and The Baltimore Sun | September 20, 2013
It was a good week for Maryland basketball recruitniks, who had plenty of new highlights to gorge themselves on, as you'll see. It was just as good a week for Maryland football recruits, who pretty much swept their high school competition, as you'll see. Basketball recruiting -- Class of 2015 center target Diamond Stone was “dominant” at the 2013 NY2LA Sports Futures Camp last weekend. For proof, you can watch him dunk on people here . -- Maryland has offered Class of 2015 guard Donovan Mitchell , according to 247's Josh Stirn . -- Class of 2014 forward target Gary Clark committed to Cincinnati on Wednesday.
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By Ann LoLordo and Ann LoLordo,SUN NATIONAL STAFF | May 26, 2000
CARLISLE, Pa. - In the shadow of a weeping cherry tree, amid the rows of small, white gravestones, Michael H. Trujillo found her. He knew of her from his grandfather and great-uncle, the girl's brothers. Together the two boys and their sister had journeyed thousands of miles from an Indian pueblo in New Mexico to this place called Pennsylvania to attend a school. They spoke no English. But they would learn to form the sounds and words of this language so unlike their own. They would learn what it meant to be a citizen of the United States.
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By Jeff Ermann and Special to The Baltimore Sun | June 27, 2013
Editor's note: Each week, InsideMdSports.com provides this blog with a Maryland recruiting feature that previously appeared as premium content on its site. In the basketball world, there's always a 'next big thing.' Thon Maker fits that label on a couple of levels. A 7-foot center who's only a rising sophomore, Maker became a widely known commodity before he hit high school -- an early teen with legit NBA size combined with eye-popping agility tends to command attention.
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By Jonas Shaffer and The Baltimore Sun | September 20, 2013
It was a good week for Maryland basketball recruitniks, who had plenty of new highlights to gorge themselves on, as you'll see. It was just as good a week for Maryland football recruits, who pretty much swept their high school competition, as you'll see. Basketball recruiting -- Class of 2015 center target Diamond Stone was “dominant” at the 2013 NY2LA Sports Futures Camp last weekend. For proof, you can watch him dunk on people here . -- Maryland has offered Class of 2015 guard Donovan Mitchell , according to 247's Josh Stirn . -- Class of 2014 forward target Gary Clark committed to Cincinnati on Wednesday.
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By Jeff Ermann and Special to The Baltimore Sun | June 27, 2013
Editor's note: Each week, InsideMdSports.com provides this blog with a Maryland recruiting feature that previously appeared as premium content on its site. In the basketball world, there's always a 'next big thing.' Thon Maker fits that label on a couple of levels. A 7-foot center who's only a rising sophomore, Maker became a widely known commodity before he hit high school -- an early teen with legit NBA size combined with eye-popping agility tends to command attention.
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October 5, 2011
David and Judy Garland, of Martinsville, Va., announce the engagement of their daughter, Ruth Palmer Garland, of Martinsville, to Timothy Brian Neary of Baldwin. He is the son of Patrick and Patricia Neary, of Baldwin. The bride to be is a 2004 graduate of Carlisle School in Martinsville, and earned a Bachelor of Science degree in biochemistry with minors in genetics and medical ethics from North Carolina State University in 2008. She is a 2012 candidate for a doctor of medicine degree fromEastern Virginia Medical School.
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By Vito Stellino * BENGALS: Paul Brown, famed for fashioning the Cleveland Browns and Cincinnati into winners, was remembered at his funeral as a man who got his greatest joy from coaching high school players in his hometown of Massillon, Ohio. Some 200 people attended the service in tiny St. Timothy's Episcopal Church in the town where Brown said his career truly began. Another 200, many wearing the black and orange of both the Massillon High School Tigers and the Cincinnati Bengals, gathered outside to watch Brown's casket being carried into the church. * PATRIOTS: Running back John Stephens, who has held out for two weeks, said he would rather play for another team and formally asked to be traded. The Patriots offered to up his $450,000 salary from a year ago to $750,000, but Stephens wants $1.1 million | August 8, 1991
Offensive guard Joe Jacoby suffered severe back spasms during the Washington Redskins' intrasquad scrimmage last night at Carlisle High School and will likely be sidelined about a week.That means he'll miss Saturday night's exhibition game against the New England Patriots. Mark Adickes and Russ Grimm will fill in for him at left guard.Quarterback Mark Rypien (stiff back) and running back Ricky Ervins (bruised thigh) were held out of the scrimmage, but are expected to play against the Patriots.
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July 15, 2002
Lois Glenn, a retired nursing supervisor at Baltimore hospitals, died Tuesday of Alzheimer's disease at her home in Carlisle, Pa. She was 85. Her career in nursing included serving as the nursing supervisor at Sinai Hospital from 1956 to 1970 and Franklin Square Hospital from 1970 to 1980. She had worked as a nurse at the former Carlisle Hospital. She was a member of Dickinson Presbyterian Church in Carlisle and a former member of Kenwood Presbyterian Church in Baltimore. She enjoyed spending time with her family and traveling and camping with her husband of 58 years, Samuel R. Glenn.
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June 6, 2001
Jean Creswell Wright, 91, special education teacher Jean Creswell Wright, a retired special education teacher, died yesterday at Upper Chesapeake Hospital Center in Bel Air. She was 91 and had recently been ill with pneumonia. Mrs. Wright had resided at an assisted-living facility in Bel Air. Jean Creswell, a Baltimore native, was a graduate of Eastern High School. She earned a two-year teaching certificate at what is now Towson University and became a teacher in the city. In 1940, she moved with her husband to Easton and worked as a manager for Bata Shoe Co. The family moved back to Harford County in 1959, and Mrs. Wright resumed her teaching career a year later, said her daughter, Katherine J. Johnson of Richmond, Va. Mrs. Wright retired about 1975 and suffered a stroke about two years later.
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By Ann LoLordo and Ann LoLordo,SUN NATIONAL STAFF | May 26, 2000
CARLISLE, Pa. - In the shadow of a weeping cherry tree, amid the rows of small, white gravestones, Michael H. Trujillo found her. He knew of her from his grandfather and great-uncle, the girl's brothers. Together the two boys and their sister had journeyed thousands of miles from an Indian pueblo in New Mexico to this place called Pennsylvania to attend a school. They spoke no English. But they would learn to form the sounds and words of this language so unlike their own. They would learn what it meant to be a citizen of the United States.
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By ASCRIBE NEWS | May 21, 2000
SWARTHMORE, Pa. -- "Pow-wow 2000: Remembering Carlisle Indian School" will take place over Memorial Day weekend on the site of the Indian Industrial School in Carlisle, Pa., now the home of the U.S. Army War College. This gathering of alumni and their descendants of the country's first off-reservation boarding school for Native American children will be the largest ever of its kind and will draw people from all over country, says Swarthmore College instructor of English Michelle Hermann.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Sun Staff Correspondent | December 21, 1990
HERSHEY, Pa. -- After the final buzzer sounded on Syracuse's 78-73 win over Towson State last night, Tigers forward Chuck Lightening ran to half-court and shouted something at retreating Orangeman forward Billy Owens."
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By Jerry Bembry | December 20, 1990
When last seen on the Hersheypark Arena basketball court, Billy Owens was scoring 53 points and leading Carlisle High School to its fourth straight Pennsylvania state championship."
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