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By Larry Stewart and Larry Stewart,Los Angeles Times | January 18, 1995
Steve Rosenbloom, the 50-year-old son of the Los Angeles Rams' late owner, Carroll Rosenbloom, said yesterday his father would never have moved the team to St. Louis."
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By Jacques Kelly and Jacques Kelly,SUN STAFF | November 5, 2002
Sigmund M. Hyman, a financial planner who created pension programs for the National Football League, Hollywood celebrities and Baltimore's police and fire departments, died of pneumonia yesterday at Sinai Hospital. He was 81 and lived in Stevenson. An early advocate of investing wisely for retirement, he founded S.M. Hyman Co. in downtown Baltimore in 1956 and later expanded it with offices in New York and London. He also served on numerous boards, including those of Center Stage and the Maryland Science Center.
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By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | December 8, 1999
NEW YORK -- In a strange twist to the nearly completed process of selling the Jets, the owner of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers last month attempted to engineer the sale of his own football team in order to make a run at buying the New York Jets, three people involved in, or familiar with, the proposed transaction said this week.The brief, but audacious, maneuver began in late November when Malcolm Glazer, the Bucs' owner, assigned his investment banker, SG Cowen, to find a buyer for the Bucs. The maneuver now appears to be dead.
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By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | December 8, 1999
NEW YORK -- In a strange twist to the nearly completed process of selling the Jets, the owner of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers last month attempted to engineer the sale of his own football team in order to make a run at buying the New York Jets, three people involved in, or familiar with, the proposed transaction said this week.The brief, but audacious, maneuver began in late November when Malcolm Glazer, the Bucs' owner, assigned his investment banker, SG Cowen, to find a buyer for the Bucs. The maneuver now appears to be dead.
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By Vito Stellino | January 12, 1992
A bitter goodbyeAfter Ron Erhardt was fired as an assistant coach by Ray Handley of the New York Giants last week despite 10 years of service with the team, he said he thought Handley was uncomfortable with him because of his long-time relationship with former coach Bill Parcells."
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January 9, 1992
In 1978 the Los Angeles Rams were happy to let successful coach Chuck Knox resign because owner Carroll Rosenbloom said the team was dull.Yesterday, the Rams were "giddy with excitement" to announce that Knox is being brought back to replace John Robinson as coach.Knox, who led the Rams to five straight NFC West championships in the mid-1970s as the 15th coach in franchise history, was given a four-year contract reportedly worth $700,000. Rams owner Georgia Frontiere, Rosenbloom's widow, also has given Knox considerably more power than Robinson, who resigned last month.
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By Bill Tanton | January 25, 1994
"She'd be worse for Baltimore than Bob Irsay was."What?Who could possibly be worse for Baltimore than Irsay, whose name will live in infamy for moving the Colts to Indianapolis a decade ago?The woman referred to is none other than Georgia Frontiere, who owns the Los Angeles Rams and is flirting with the idea of moving her team here.At least she has told Anaheim, Calif., officials that on May 3 she will give 15 months' notice so the Rams can play elsewhere beginning in 1995.And who is the man saying such a terrible thing over the phone from New Orleans about Frontiere?
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By Jacques Kelly and Jacques Kelly,SUN STAFF | November 5, 2002
Sigmund M. Hyman, a financial planner who created pension programs for the National Football League, Hollywood celebrities and Baltimore's police and fire departments, died of pneumonia yesterday at Sinai Hospital. He was 81 and lived in Stevenson. An early advocate of investing wisely for retirement, he founded S.M. Hyman Co. in downtown Baltimore in 1956 and later expanded it with offices in New York and London. He also served on numerous boards, including those of Center Stage and the Maryland Science Center.
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Staff Writer | January 29, 1994
It was the evening after the New York Jets had recorded the biggest victory of their often-laughable nine-year history -- a come-from-behind 27-23 victory over the defending champion Oakland Raiders in the 1968 American Football League final."
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By Diane Mullaly from the files of the Howard County Historical Society library | December 17, 1995
25 years ago (week of Dec. 6-12, 1970) It was reported that Baltimore Colts owner Carroll Rosenbloom was negotiating with the Rouse Co. to purchase land in Howard County for a stadium. The Rouse Co. would neither confirm nor deny the report.50 years ago (week of Dec. 9-15, 1945) Michael J. Sullivan, former postmaster and former clerk to the Howard County Commissioners, died at age 70.
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By Larry Stewart and Larry Stewart,Los Angeles Times | January 18, 1995
Steve Rosenbloom, the 50-year-old son of the Los Angeles Rams' late owner, Carroll Rosenbloom, said yesterday his father would never have moved the team to St. Louis."
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Staff Writer | January 29, 1994
It was the evening after the New York Jets had recorded the biggest victory of their often-laughable nine-year history -- a come-from-behind 27-23 victory over the defending champion Oakland Raiders in the 1968 American Football League final."
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By Bill Tanton | January 25, 1994
"She'd be worse for Baltimore than Bob Irsay was."What?Who could possibly be worse for Baltimore than Irsay, whose name will live in infamy for moving the Colts to Indianapolis a decade ago?The woman referred to is none other than Georgia Frontiere, who owns the Los Angeles Rams and is flirting with the idea of moving her team here.At least she has told Anaheim, Calif., officials that on May 3 she will give 15 months' notice so the Rams can play elsewhere beginning in 1995.And who is the man saying such a terrible thing over the phone from New Orleans about Frontiere?
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By Vito Stellino | January 12, 1992
A bitter goodbyeAfter Ron Erhardt was fired as an assistant coach by Ray Handley of the New York Giants last week despite 10 years of service with the team, he said he thought Handley was uncomfortable with him because of his long-time relationship with former coach Bill Parcells."
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January 9, 1992
In 1978 the Los Angeles Rams were happy to let successful coach Chuck Knox resign because owner Carroll Rosenbloom said the team was dull.Yesterday, the Rams were "giddy with excitement" to announce that Knox is being brought back to replace John Robinson as coach.Knox, who led the Rams to five straight NFC West championships in the mid-1970s as the 15th coach in franchise history, was given a four-year contract reportedly worth $700,000. Rams owner Georgia Frontiere, Rosenbloom's widow, also has given Knox considerably more power than Robinson, who resigned last month.
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May 15, 2006
Benjamin Small, a retired ticket manager with the Baltimore Colts, died Thursday. He was 96. Born and raised in East Baltimore, Mr. Small graduated from City College. He started his business career young, selling newspapers at 9 years old. At age 14, he took a part-time job as a stock boy with the S. Rosenbloom Inc. textile company. Mr. Small later joined Rosenbloom full time as a purchasing agent, moving to New York City at one point to work out of the company's office in the Empire State Building.
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By Jon Morgan and Jon Morgan,Sun Staff Writer | May 13, 1994
Orioles owner Peter G. Angelos was in Los Angeles yesterday to meet with officials of the Los Angeles Rams, an NFL franchise he hopes to bring to Baltimore.Sources in Baltimore and Los Angeles said his meetings would include a get-acquainted session with team owner Georgia Frontiere."He expects to sit down and meet with her and be friendly," said one source yesterday. "He's committed to getting the team."Reached at a hotel in Los Angeles last night, Angelos said, "I can't say a word. No comment."
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