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By Dan Berger | November 8, 1995
Dan Berger has flown the coop. It's not what you may think. His reappearance is expected Nov. 22 or thereabouts.
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By Dan Berger | November 7, 2001
Dan Berger is out of (A) town; (B) ideas; (C) space; or (D) his mind. Choose one.
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By Dan Berger | November 7, 2001
Dan Berger is out of (A) town; (B) ideas; (C) space; or (D) his mind. Choose one.
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October 18, 1999
Everyone argues about zero tolerance as if he or she knew what it means. Stop the world! Republican senators want to get off. A guy won the Nobel Prize for Medicine for discovering that proteins carry signals that act as zip codes helping them find their correct locations with the cell. Physicians who actually treat patients without sending bills won the Nobel Prize for Peace. Peter has gone too far this time, expecting the state to honor its side of its own contract.
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April 1, 1998
Just what the world needs the most, a Ruthann Aron trial replay.The Republicans ought to retain control of the House this year, unless the Democrats can make impeachment and tobacco the only issues.There's nothing like a revenue surplus for getting almost any governor re-elected.Imagine, a public library that's actually open on Fridays. Is it too much to hope?Pub Date: 4/01/98BY Dan Berger
NEWS
October 18, 1999
Everyone argues about zero tolerance as if he or she knew what it means. Stop the world! Republican senators want to get off. A guy won the Nobel Prize for Medicine for discovering that proteins carry signals that act as zip codes helping them find their correct locations with the cell. Physicians who actually treat patients without sending bills won the Nobel Prize for Peace. Peter has gone too far this time, expecting the state to honor its side of its own contract.
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February 24, 1992
IN 1807, when Washington Irving, his brother William and James K. Paulding began publishing a journal devoted mainly to social and political satire, they called it "Salmagundi; or, the Whim-Whams and Opinions of Launcelot Langstaff, Esq., and Others." Today we introduce our own salmagundi. We can't promise you the opinions of Launcelot Langstaff, Esq., but we do hope to bring a lighter, brighter touch to the editorial page fare.Each day in this space, we will offer a potpourri of items, a hodge podge, a kind of editorial tossed salad.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 21, 2004
Stephen Brundage scored three goals, and 15th-ranked Loyola used a big first quarter to defeat No. 9 Notre Dame, 13-7, in men's lacrosse before 1,644 at Geppi-Aikens Field. The Greyhounds (2-2) controlled possession in the opening period by winning six of seven faceoffs and built a 4-0 lead behind two goals from Brundage and one each from Matt Monfett and Andrew Spack. Brian Hubschmann put the Fighting Irish (1-3) on the board with 4:56 remaining in the first quarter, but the Greyhounds scored the game's next three goals to build their lead to 7-1. Notre Dame cut it to 7-3 with 8:01 to go in the first half on scores by Pat Walsh and Steve Clagett.
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By Kevin Rector, The Baltimore Sun | December 21, 2013
For the second time in less than a week, a pedestrian has been struck and killed by an Amtrak train in Maryland, disrupting regional service. Just after 4:30 p.m. Saturday, a pedestrian was killed on Amtrak tracks in Aberdeen by the No. 168 Northeast Regional train, said Kimberly Woods, an Amtrak spokeswoman. The northbound train headed to Boston through New York with 300 passengers remained stopped for close to three hours, until just after 7:20 p.m., passengers reported. The delay caused congestion along rail lines through Baltimore and delayed several Amtrak trains.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | April 21, 1999
McDonogh's Brad Dumont played sparingly with stress fractures in both legs during an earlier overtime loss at Boys' Latin, and teammate Ryan Floyd missed it completely with a stomach virus.But Dumont scored three first-half goals and assisted on another goal yesterday, and Floyd had a goal and two assists -- all in the second half.Their efforts helped third-ranked McDonogh (13-1, 2-1 league) gain its 10th straight win, 15-9, over No. 2 Boys' Latin (12-2, 2-1) in a Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference, Division I game at McDonogh.
NEWS
April 1, 1998
Just what the world needs the most, a Ruthann Aron trial replay.The Republicans ought to retain control of the House this year, unless the Democrats can make impeachment and tobacco the only issues.There's nothing like a revenue surplus for getting almost any governor re-elected.Imagine, a public library that's actually open on Fridays. Is it too much to hope?Pub Date: 4/01/98BY Dan Berger
NEWS
By Dan Berger | November 8, 1995
Dan Berger has flown the coop. It's not what you may think. His reappearance is expected Nov. 22 or thereabouts.
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | February 8, 1997
Coming off Tuesday's two-point loss to No. 1 Mount St. Joseph in which it had a 7-6 edge in bouts won, No. 5 Archbishop Curley was a little ticked off as a team.The Friars (9-1 league) took out their frustrations yesterday at No. 10 Boys' Latin (7-3), getting pins from Mike Frey (112), No. 4 Paul Boettcher (135), and a major decision from Greg Dennis (145) to win an interdivisional Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association match, 31-22.However, Mount St. Joseph (13-0, 10-0) clinched the league title with its 48-13 win over Gilman last night.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | April 29, 2000
The Boys' Latin lacrosse team took advantage of host Dulaney's defensive problems yesterday, building a big early lead and romping to a 13-5 triumph. Boys' Latin is now 12-3 overall, 8-3 and second in the A Conference of the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association and has qualified for the playoffs for the 15th time in the last 17 years. "We're quite proud of that mark," said coach Bob Shriver. The No. 4 Lakers jumped on No. 11 Dulaney's early man-to-man defense for a 3-0 advantage.
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