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By Jamie Stiehm and Jamie Stiehm,SUN STAFF | September 25, 1999
The city's oldest private school is buying 18 acres for athletic fields and tennis courts for $5.1 million from the Baltimore Country Club.Friends School of Baltimore on North Charles Street has signed a contract to buy the land along Falls Road, school and club officials said yesterday.School head Jon M. Harris said the additional land -- about a mile from the campus -- will allow the school to build eight more tennis courts, two soccer or lacrosse fields and a baseball diamond.The purchase is the latest proposed expansion among elite North Baltimore's private schools, which have been hemmed in. In May, Bryn Mawr School for Girls on West Melrose Avenue bought the Mount Washington Club lacrosse field and clubhouse for its athletic program.
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By Mike Farabaugh and Mike Farabaugh,SUN STAFF | August 29, 1999
State's Attorney Jerry F. Barnes has asked that a prosecutor from Howard County be assigned to handle a disturbing-the-peace complaint against a 50-year-old gun club in northern Carroll County.According to court records, Jessica DeTello, who lives adjacent to the Deep Run Rifle & Revolver Club Inc. on West Deep Run Road north of Westminster, filed the complaint Aug. 12, alleging that the gun club "has and continues to disturb the peace and quality of life on our property and on our neighbors' properties' homes."
NEWS
By Mike Farabaugh and Mike Farabaugh,SUN STAFF | August 29, 1999
State's Attorney Jerry F. Barnes has asked that a prosecutor from Howard County be assigned to handle a disturbing-the-peace complaint against a 50-year-old gun club in northern Carroll County.According to court records, Jessica DeTello, who lives adjacent to the Deep Run Rifle & Revolver Club Inc. on West Deep Run Road north of Westminster, filed the complaint Aug. 12, alleging that the gun club "has and continues to disturb the peace and quality of life on our property and on our neighbors' properties' homes."
NEWS
By Larry Carson and Larry Carson,SUN STAFF | August 1, 1999
Women may be American heroes in soccer, but Joseph B. Adamiak's wife, Myong, got different treatment when the couple recently tried to play golf together as guests at the Turf Valley Resort and Country Club in Ellicott City.Waiting to tee off at their scheduled 9 a.m. Saturday start time, they were told a male member had complained and women are not allowed on the club's "A" course before noon on weekends. She was hurt; he was furious."I got hot. This is 1999," said Joseph Adamiak, an Air Force retiree who urged a boycott of the club in a letter to the editor published July 25 by The Sun. "I just thought it was archaic and chauvinistic."
NEWS
By Larry Carson and Larry Carson,SUN STAFF | August 1, 1999
Women may be American heroes in soccer, but Joseph B. Adamiak's wife, Myong, got different treatment when the couple recently tried to play golf together as guests at the Turf Valley Resort and Country Club in Ellicott City.Waiting to tee off at their scheduled 9 a.m. Saturday start time, they were told a male member had complained and women are not allowed on the club's "A" course before noon on weekends. She was hurt and embarrassed; he was furious."I got hot. This is 1999," said Adamiak, an Air Force retiree who urged a boycott of the club in a letter to the editor published July 25 by The Sun. "I just thought it was archaic and chauvinistic."
SPORTS
By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | July 16, 1999
If running back Lawrence Phillips resurrects his damaged NFL career this season, it will not happen in Baltimore.Yesterday, after a short meeting among a handful of club officials, the Ravens decided to end their flirtation with Phillips, whom the team had been eyeing since he finished a record-breaking season last month with the Barcelona Dragons of NFL Europe.In the eyes of Ravens coach Brian Billick, the decision to move on without Phillips -- whose brief pro career has been marred by off-the-field problems -- primarily came down to what Phillips could offer the Ravens on the field in 1999.
NEWS
By LaQuinta Dixon and LaQuinta Dixon,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | July 2, 1999
One day after an Annapolis man was fatally shot in the parking lot of Club Hollywood, an officer of the company that operates the Parole nightclub defended the size and effectiveness of his security force."
SPORTS
By Joe Strauss and Roch Kubatko and Joe Strauss and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | June 23, 1999
Whether intended as a prank or a protest, Orioles right fielder Albert Belle created an organizational swirl last night by posting a petition at his locker to boycott next Monday's exhibition in Rochester.Belle's handmade sign said simply: Petition to Boycott Exhibition Game in Rochester on Monday, 6/28/99. Below were spaces for players to register their support. Belle was the first to sign, and later on Scott Erickson's signature appeared underneath. Club officials apparently were not amused.
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