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August 10, 2005
On August 7, 2005 DOROTHY LAMBERTON CLAPP; beloved wife of the late Clyde M. Clapp; dear mother of Edward L. Clapp, Betsy Clapp Champlin and Jonathan R. Clapp; devoted sister of Janet Cuthbert. Also survived by five grandchildren, two great granddaughters, nieces and nephews. A Memorial Service will be held Thursday 11 A.M. at Broadmead, 13801 York Rd., (Cockeysville). Please omit flowers. Contributions may be made to Goucher College or the YWCA. Arrangements by Mitchell-Wiedefeld Funeral Home Inc.
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September 19, 2008
MARILYN FITHIAN, 87 Sex therapist Marilyn Fithian, an influential sex therapist and researcher known for her studies on nudity and sexual dysfunction, died Sept. 11 at Long Beach Community Hospital in California. The cause was complications of pneumonia, according to her granddaughter, Michelle Todd. With colleague and longtime companion William E. Hartman, who died in 1997, Miss Fithian founded the Center for Marital and Sexual Studies in Long Beach, where they conducted research and treated people with sexual problems.
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NEWS
August 9, 2005
Dorothy L. Clapp, a homemaker and former Homeland resident, died of respiratory failure Sunday at the Broadmead retirement community in Cockeysville. She was 87. Dorothy Lamberton was born and raised in Westfield, N.J. She earned a bachelor's degree in economics in 1939 from Goucher College. She was married for 57 years to Clyde Melville Clapp, who was the retired manager of employee benefits for Ward Machinery Co. when he died in 1997. Mrs. Clapp had served on the board of Goucher College from 1984 to 1990, and was a former board member of United Way of Central Maryland.
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By Glenn Graham | October 25, 2006
A four-year starter and captain, Clapp has mostly played sweeper this season but also has been used at center midfielder and striker for the Lions. He started playing soccer when he was 4 years old and currently plays for the Thunder Soccer Club. With a 4.0 grade point average, Clapp wants to study math and computer science. Among the colleges he is considering are William & Mary, St. Mary's and Maryland. Clapp was the class president his sophomore and junior years and is vice president of the National Honor Society.
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By Jacques Kelly and Jacques Kelly,SUN STAFF | December 27, 1997
Retired Baltimore attorney Roger Alvin Clapp and his wife, Harriet Reid Clapp, died in their sleep within two weeks of each other at the Blakehurst Retirement Community in Towson. Both died of respiratory ailments.Mr. Clapp, 87, a lawyer who specialized in probate and estate work, and cultivated orchids as a hobby, died Dec. 10. His wife, 86, a volunteer who provided furniture and hospitality to newly arrived Johns Hopkins University graduate students, died Wednesday.A native of Roland Park who was a Baltimore City College graduate, Mr. Clapp spent his childhood summers on his grandfather's farm in Medina County, Ohio.
NEWS
By Glenn Graham | October 25, 2006
A four-year starter and captain, Clapp has mostly played sweeper this season but also has been used at center midfielder and striker for the Lions. He started playing soccer when he was 4 years old and currently plays for the Thunder Soccer Club. With a 4.0 grade point average, Clapp wants to study math and computer science. Among the colleges he is considering are William & Mary, St. Mary's and Maryland. Clapp was the class president his sophomore and junior years and is vice president of the National Honor Society.
SPORTS
By BOSTON GLOBE | January 17, 1996
BOSTON -- Physicians have apparently ruled out a seizure or other neurological disorder as the cause of star center Marcus Camby's collapse Sunday, and they were concentrating on tests of his heart and blood vessels in search of some elusive cardiovascular problem.Team doctor Daniel Clapp said the tests might include invasive procedures, such as angiography or snipping a piece of his heart muscle."We're still without an answer that's medically honest," Clapp said.
NEWS
By From Staff Reports | February 4, 1995
A 20-year-old West Baltimore man was charged with carjacking and six counts of abduction last night in connection with the incident Monday in which a van with six children inside was carjacked, a police spokesman said.Officer Robert W. Weinhold Jr., the spokesman, said Timothy Keith Clapp of the 2000 block of Westwood Ave. also was charged with theft of a motor vehicle and six counts of reckless endangerment.Mr. Clapp was awaiting a bail hearing at the Northwestern District, Officer Weinhold said.
NEWS
September 19, 2008
MARILYN FITHIAN, 87 Sex therapist Marilyn Fithian, an influential sex therapist and researcher known for her studies on nudity and sexual dysfunction, died Sept. 11 at Long Beach Community Hospital in California. The cause was complications of pneumonia, according to her granddaughter, Michelle Todd. With colleague and longtime companion William E. Hartman, who died in 1997, Miss Fithian founded the Center for Marital and Sexual Studies in Long Beach, where they conducted research and treated people with sexual problems.
NEWS
February 23, 1997
Paulyne J. Hubbard-Volmar, 79, dance teacherPaulyne J. Hubbard-Volmar, a dance teacher who had operated studios in the Baltimore area since 1933, died Thursday at Good Samaritan Hospital of complications from a burst blood vessel. She was 79.Born in Massachusetts, she moved to Baltimore with her family in 1930 and opened the first Hubbard Studio of Dance in her family's Hamilton home in 1933. She was 15 at the time, two years shy of her graduation from Eastern High School."She was a marvelous teacher and friend," said Julie Fraunholz, 71, her first student, who continued taking dance lessons until 1958 and brought her children for lessons.
NEWS
August 10, 2005
On August 7, 2005 DOROTHY LAMBERTON CLAPP; beloved wife of the late Clyde M. Clapp; dear mother of Edward L. Clapp, Betsy Clapp Champlin and Jonathan R. Clapp; devoted sister of Janet Cuthbert. Also survived by five grandchildren, two great granddaughters, nieces and nephews. A Memorial Service will be held Thursday 11 A.M. at Broadmead, 13801 York Rd., (Cockeysville). Please omit flowers. Contributions may be made to Goucher College or the YWCA. Arrangements by Mitchell-Wiedefeld Funeral Home Inc.
NEWS
August 9, 2005
Dorothy L. Clapp, a homemaker and former Homeland resident, died of respiratory failure Sunday at the Broadmead retirement community in Cockeysville. She was 87. Dorothy Lamberton was born and raised in Westfield, N.J. She earned a bachelor's degree in economics in 1939 from Goucher College. She was married for 57 years to Clyde Melville Clapp, who was the retired manager of employee benefits for Ward Machinery Co. when he died in 1997. Mrs. Clapp had served on the board of Goucher College from 1984 to 1990, and was a former board member of United Way of Central Maryland.
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By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,SUN STAFF | April 8, 2001
Shoppers and diners alike called the rare Saturday opening of the Woman's Industrial Exchange yesterday a treat that should be repeated. "I don't get here as often as I like," said Elsa Collins of Baltimore, whose granddaughter will soon be getting a pale pink smock. "They have good prices for handwork. Smocking is a real skill that few people have time to do." Soft, fuzzy bunnies, colorful flowers and Easter eggs lured strollers along North Charles Street into the gift shop and lunchroom.
NEWS
By Jacques Kelly and Jacques Kelly,SUN STAFF | December 27, 1997
Retired Baltimore attorney Roger Alvin Clapp and his wife, Harriet Reid Clapp, died in their sleep within two weeks of each other at the Blakehurst Retirement Community in Towson. Both died of respiratory ailments.Mr. Clapp, 87, a lawyer who specialized in probate and estate work, and cultivated orchids as a hobby, died Dec. 10. His wife, 86, a volunteer who provided furniture and hospitality to newly arrived Johns Hopkins University graduate students, died Wednesday.A native of Roland Park who was a Baltimore City College graduate, Mr. Clapp spent his childhood summers on his grandfather's farm in Medina County, Ohio.
NEWS
February 23, 1997
Paulyne J. Hubbard-Volmar, 79, dance teacherPaulyne J. Hubbard-Volmar, a dance teacher who had operated studios in the Baltimore area since 1933, died Thursday at Good Samaritan Hospital of complications from a burst blood vessel. She was 79.Born in Massachusetts, she moved to Baltimore with her family in 1930 and opened the first Hubbard Studio of Dance in her family's Hamilton home in 1933. She was 15 at the time, two years shy of her graduation from Eastern High School."She was a marvelous teacher and friend," said Julie Fraunholz, 71, her first student, who continued taking dance lessons until 1958 and brought her children for lessons.
SPORTS
By BOSTON GLOBE | January 17, 1996
BOSTON -- Physicians have apparently ruled out a seizure or other neurological disorder as the cause of star center Marcus Camby's collapse Sunday, and they were concentrating on tests of his heart and blood vessels in search of some elusive cardiovascular problem.Team doctor Daniel Clapp said the tests might include invasive procedures, such as angiography or snipping a piece of his heart muscle."We're still without an answer that's medically honest," Clapp said.
NEWS
By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,SUN STAFF | April 8, 2001
Shoppers and diners alike called the rare Saturday opening of the Woman's Industrial Exchange yesterday a treat that should be repeated. "I don't get here as often as I like," said Elsa Collins of Baltimore, whose granddaughter will soon be getting a pale pink smock. "They have good prices for handwork. Smocking is a real skill that few people have time to do." Soft, fuzzy bunnies, colorful flowers and Easter eggs lured strollers along North Charles Street into the gift shop and lunchroom.
NEWS
November 18, 1990
Gideon Hausner, 75, who prosecuted Nazi war criminal Adolf Eichmann as Israeli attorney general, died Thursday in Jerusalem. He had been hospitalized for the past three months in Jerusalem, but his family declined to give the cause of death. Mr. Hausner became a world figure during the 1961-1962 trial, which ended with Eichmann's conviction and hanging for his role in murdering millions of Jews. Mr. Hausner later became chairman of Yad Vashem, the national monument and documentation center of the Holocaust.
NEWS
By From Staff Reports | February 4, 1995
A 20-year-old West Baltimore man was charged with carjacking and six counts of abduction last night in connection with the incident Monday in which a van with six children inside was carjacked, a police spokesman said.Officer Robert W. Weinhold Jr., the spokesman, said Timothy Keith Clapp of the 2000 block of Westwood Ave. also was charged with theft of a motor vehicle and six counts of reckless endangerment.Mr. Clapp was awaiting a bail hearing at the Northwestern District, Officer Weinhold said.
SPORTS
By Jon Morgan and Jon Morgan,Sun Staff Writer | November 22, 1994
Harvey Clapp may have been just the sort of fan the Washington Bullets had in mind when they added their two newest players.The Baltimore-bred securities lawyer avidly followed the NBA team when it was the Baltimore Bullets, from 1963 to 1973, but his enthusiasm waned when it left town and lost its winning ways.With the addition last week of Rookie of the Year Chris Webber and No. 1 draft pick Juwan Howard, and the possibility the team could end the season in something other than the cellar, interest in the franchise has gotten a big boost among its twin-city fan base.
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