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By From Staff Reports | January 17, 1994
Amy Dodrill scored 21 points and had six assists, leading Johns Hopkins to its third straight win, 59-50 over Carnegie Mellon, in an University Athletic Association game yesterday.Katie Shvartsman added 12 and three rebounds and Loni Leonard had 11 for Johns Hopkins (9-5, 4-4), which held Carnegie Mellon (6-6, 1-3) to 8-for-31 shooting in the first half.Jeanine Megahan scored 12 points and had 15 rebounds to lead Carnegie Mellon.
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By Jerry Vondas | The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review (MCT) | April 11, 2010
H. Guyford Stever, who served as university president when the Carnegie Institute of Technology and the Mellon Institute of Research became Carnegie Mellon University in 1967, died Friday, April 9, 2010 in Gaithersburg. He was 93. Mr. Stever became president of Carnegie Tech in 1965 and left CMU in 1972 to accept President Richard M. Nixon's nomination as director of the National Science Foundation. He served as presidential science adviser to Gerald Ford. Carnegie Mellon will fly its flag at half-staff on Monday because of Mr. Stever's passing, CMU president Jared L. Cohon said.
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By From Staff Reports | January 17, 1994
Frank Grzywacz scored a game-high 21 points and had seven rebounds, leading Johns Hopkins to its seventh consecutive victory, 78-56, over visiting Carnegie Mellon (5-7, 3-1) in a University Athletic Association game yesterday.The Blue Jays' 7-1 league mark represents their best finish. They are 11-3 overall.Luke Busby and Lou Sabad each added 16 points for Johns Hopkins, which led 39-21 at halftime. Sabad added seven rebounds.Charlie Connor had 15 points and five rebounds to lead Carnegie Mellon.
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By Sports Digest | November 30, 2009
Hood junior center Tyler Snoots scored a career-high 21 points on 10-for-17 shooting, but the Blazers (2-3) lost, 77-67, to the host Tartans (2-3) in the Radisson/Carnegie Mellon Tournament consolation game. Snoots also had seven rebounds and blocked three shots. Junior Reco Siler finished with 12 points and a Blazers-high nine rebounds. - From Sun staff and news services
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | December 4, 2000
Radford University clawed back from a 13-point, first-half deficit to beat Mount St. Mary's, 56-52, in a women's game yesterday at Knott Arena. Kylie Williamson scored 21 points as the Highlanders won their third straight game. Radford used an 11-2 run in the second half to tie the game at 36 and took the lead on Amanda Neby's layup with 10:43 remaining. Kia Williams led Mount St. Mary's with 17 points, while senior Deanna Butters scored 11, with a career-high 14 rebounds. Catrice Horton scored 11 for the Highlanders, all of them from the line in an 11-for-12 performance.
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February 3, 1991
Baltimore anti-war activist Philip F. Berrigan appeared i Pittsburgh last week to protest Operation Desert Storm and testify on behalf of a fellow protester.Mr. Berrigan, 67, testified Wednesday in the Allegheny County Common Pleas Court trial of Vincent Eirene, 38, of Pittsburgh, who was charged with assault after a courthouse scuffle last May 4. Deputy Leo Campbell was bitten when he tried to force protesters to take down placards.Mr. Berrigan, a former Josephite priest and member of the Plowshares Eight anti-war group, said outside the courthouse, "If peace comes, it will draw power away from a tiny nucleus of very powerful people in this country."
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March 31, 2003
DOZENS OF socially responsible colleges and universities operate summer camps for minority high school students. The idea typically is to spark interest in math and science, subjects in which these young people are often short-changed in inferior high schools. The aim is to increase the number of minority students who go on to college and prepare for work as math or science teachers, physicians and engineers, careers in which minorities are in short supply. But these efforts may come to a screeching halt.
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By Bill Free | September 28, 2002
Today's games Towson (2-1) at Holy Cross (2-1) Site: Fitton Field, Worcester, Mass. Time: 1 p.m. Radio: WTMD (89.7 FM) Series: Holy Cross leads, 3-2 Last week: Towson def. Brown, 56-42; Holy Cross lost to Harvard, 28-23. Outlook: Towson emphatically ended a hex last week in the highest-scoring game in school football history, a 56-42 victory over Brown that was the Tigers' first over an Ivy League foe. Now the Tigers are looking for their first Patriot League victory of the season against a Crusaders team that shocked Division I-A Army, 30-21, in the season opener.
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By Ted Shelsby and Ted Shelsby,SUN STAFF | June 15, 1998
Don't be alarmed if the driver in the teal 1996 Oldsmobile minivan zipping along beside you on Interstate 79 outside of Pittsburgh has both hands cradled behind his head.It's probably Dean Pomerleau on his way to work.Pomerleau, a researcher at Carnegie Mellon University's Robotics Institute, doesn't have to steer the van. It has an autopilot system, guided by a video camera mounted next to the rear-view mirror that keeps the vehicle on course while keeping a sharp "eye" out for potential trouble spots.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,Sun Staff Writer | September 13, 1994
Consider the circumstances the Western Maryland men's soccer team found itself in when faced with the task of opening the season against highly regarded Carnegie Mellon.The Green Terror had eight days to prepare for their Sept. 4 game against Carnegie Mellon, which finished the 1993 season ranked 17th nationally and had six of its top seven scorers returning. And Western Maryland was doing it with a new coach, John Plevyak, who took over for Matt Robinson in late July.Plevyak was still learning some of his players' names when the Green Terror gave Carnegie Mellon all it could handle.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | September 19, 2004
Senior fullback Jason Hartman tied school records for touchdowns in a game and rushing touchdowns in a game with four, leading McDaniel College to a 34-0 win over host Catholic yesterday. Hartman rushed 15 times for 94 yards. His longest run was 35 yards. Hartman's four rushing touchdowns tied the record set by Ray Evans in 1982 and matched by Rob Johnson in 1992. He also joins a long list of players who hold the record of four total touchdowns in a game, a feat last accomplished by Teron Powell against Susquehanna in 2001.
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March 31, 2003
DOZENS OF socially responsible colleges and universities operate summer camps for minority high school students. The idea typically is to spark interest in math and science, subjects in which these young people are often short-changed in inferior high schools. The aim is to increase the number of minority students who go on to college and prepare for work as math or science teachers, physicians and engineers, careers in which minorities are in short supply. But these efforts may come to a screeching halt.
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By Bill Free | September 28, 2002
Today's games Towson (2-1) at Holy Cross (2-1) Site: Fitton Field, Worcester, Mass. Time: 1 p.m. Radio: WTMD (89.7 FM) Series: Holy Cross leads, 3-2 Last week: Towson def. Brown, 56-42; Holy Cross lost to Harvard, 28-23. Outlook: Towson emphatically ended a hex last week in the highest-scoring game in school football history, a 56-42 victory over Brown that was the Tigers' first over an Ivy League foe. Now the Tigers are looking for their first Patriot League victory of the season against a Crusaders team that shocked Division I-A Army, 30-21, in the season opener.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | December 4, 2000
Radford University clawed back from a 13-point, first-half deficit to beat Mount St. Mary's, 56-52, in a women's game yesterday at Knott Arena. Kylie Williamson scored 21 points as the Highlanders won their third straight game. Radford used an 11-2 run in the second half to tie the game at 36 and took the lead on Amanda Neby's layup with 10:43 remaining. Kia Williams led Mount St. Mary's with 17 points, while senior Deanna Butters scored 11, with a career-high 14 rebounds. Catrice Horton scored 11 for the Highlanders, all of them from the line in an 11-for-12 performance.
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By Ted Shelsby and Ted Shelsby,SUN STAFF | June 15, 1998
Don't be alarmed if the driver in the teal 1996 Oldsmobile minivan zipping along beside you on Interstate 79 outside of Pittsburgh has both hands cradled behind his head.It's probably Dean Pomerleau on his way to work.Pomerleau, a researcher at Carnegie Mellon University's Robotics Institute, doesn't have to steer the van. It has an autopilot system, guided by a video camera mounted next to the rear-view mirror that keeps the vehicle on course while keeping a sharp "eye" out for potential trouble spots.
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By JoAnna Daemmrich and JoAnna Daemmrich,SUN STAFF | November 21, 1995
Already by 30, Larry E. Jennings Jr. was on just about anyone's list of up-and-coming movers and shakers in Baltimore.At Legg Mason Inc., the city's premier brokerage house, he handled bond work as a vice president for public finance. At black-tie political events, he hobnobbed with close associates of Mayor Kurt L. Schmoke. At the Baltimore Housing Authority, he was a Schmoke administration appointee on the governing board.He invested in a fashionable French restaurant. He was chosen by Baltimore magazine in October 1993 as one of "27 members of Baltimore's next business establishment."
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By JoAnna Daemmrich and JoAnna Daemmrich,SUN STAFF | November 21, 1995
Already by 30, Larry E. Jennings Jr. was on just about anyone's list of up-and-coming movers and shakers in Baltimore.At Legg Mason Inc., the city's premier brokerage house, he handled bond work as a vice president for public finance. At black-tie political events, he hobnobbed with close associates of Mayor Kurt L. Schmoke. At the Baltimore Housing Authority, he was a Schmoke administration appointee on the governing board.He invested in a fashionable French restaurant. He was chosen by Baltimore magazine in October 1993 as one of "27 members of Baltimore's next business establishment."
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By From Staff Reports | January 16, 1995
Kevin Byrne scored 18 points and pulled down 11 rebounds, leading visiting Carnegie-Mellon to an 83-63 victory over Johns Hopkins in a United Athletic Association game yesterday.Rich Bodnar added 16 points and eight rebounds for Carnegie-Mellon (8-5, 2-2). Greg Roehrig led Johns Hopkins (1-12, 0-7) with 18 points.* Navy JV 102, Anne Arundel CC 61: Steve Kraning (Loyola) scored 25 points, including seven three-pointers, as Anne Arundel Community College lost to the Navy JV.
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By From Staff Reports | January 16, 1995
Kevin Byrne scored 18 points and pulled down 11 rebounds, leading visiting Carnegie-Mellon to an 83-63 victory over Johns Hopkins in a United Athletic Association game yesterday.Rich Bodnar added 16 points and eight rebounds for Carnegie-Mellon (8-5, 2-2). Greg Roehrig led Johns Hopkins (1-12, 0-7) with 18 points.* Navy JV 102, Anne Arundel CC 61: Steve Kraning (Loyola) scored 25 points, including seven three-pointers, as Anne Arundel Community College lost to the Navy JV.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,Sun Staff Writer | September 13, 1994
Consider the circumstances the Western Maryland men's soccer team found itself in when faced with the task of opening the season against highly regarded Carnegie Mellon.The Green Terror had eight days to prepare for their Sept. 4 game against Carnegie Mellon, which finished the 1993 season ranked 17th nationally and had six of its top seven scorers returning. And Western Maryland was doing it with a new coach, John Plevyak, who took over for Matt Robinson in late July.Plevyak was still learning some of his players' names when the Green Terror gave Carnegie Mellon all it could handle.
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