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By Anne Lauren Henslee and Anne Lauren Henslee,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | December 28, 2003
The Elkridge Harford Hunt Club's annual Junior Fox Hunt was off to a slow start Friday morning. Endless, it seemed, for 3-year-old Darby Hyde, who rode on a lead-line with her mother, Lani, before the hunt. Darby watched her father, huntsman Jeffery Hyde, gather the hounds and prepare for the chase. A small brass horn stuck out from the top of her tweed riding coat. The horn, she explained, was to keep track of him. Darby and Cricket, her 12-year-old pony, made their debut, which lasted until a minute after 11, when the hunt began and they returned to the warmth of the trailer.
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NEWS
By Rona Kobell and Rona Kobell,SUN STAFF | April 30, 2004
Annapolis Fire Department Battalion Chief Michael Lonergan was shocked by what he saw after a second fire in three days raged through Eastport's Watergate Village yesterday. Sure, it was unusual that the complex had two fires in four days - the 20-building collection of apartments has suffered only four fires in the four decades since it was built. But the truly astonishing part, Lonergan and others say, is the way the management company sprang into action after the fires. Company workers offered sleepy residents coffee and muffins, towels and shelter.
SPORTS
By Rich Scherr | June 2, 1994
GymnasticsA number of local athletes from the Top Flight Gymnastics Club of Columbia qualified for national-level competition with strong showings at the USAIGC Qualifier this past weekend.In the Level 10 Open Optional, Gina Califano qualified with a 34.125 in the all-around.In the Level 9 Intermediate Optionals, all team members qualified. They are Rebecca Berkowitz (32.55), Lindsay Boyer (33.1), Kierney Hiteshew (36.05) and Maura Markowitz (34.75).Hiteshew also placed first in her section, with Markowitz taking fourth.
BUSINESS
By Julie Johnsson and Julie Johnsson,Chicago Tribune | February 13, 2007
For the first time since the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks, all major U.S. airlines are hiring pilots or recalling those laid off during the industry's five-year downturn. But the airlines are discovering that many of the 10,000 pilots who lost their jobs during those bleak years aren't interested in returning to their old lives. Many pilots, faced with salary cuts of 35 percent or more, moved to overseas carriers such as Emirates Airline and Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd. Others took higher-paying jobs with overnight carriers such as FedEx Corp.
NEWS
By Anne Lauren Henslee and Anne Lauren Henslee,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | December 28, 2003
The Elkridge Harford Hunt Club's annual Junior Fox Hunt was off to a slow start Friday morning. Endless, it seemed, for 3-year-old Darby Hyde, who rode on a lead-line with her mother, Lani, before the hunt. Darby watched her father, huntsman Jeffery Hyde, gather the hounds and prepare for the chase. A small brass horn stuck out from the top of her tweed riding coat. The horn, she explained, was to keep track of him. Darby and Cricket, her 12-year-old pony, made their debut, which lasted until a minute after 11, when the hunt began and they returned to the warmth of the trailer.
SPORTS
By Derek Toney and Derek Toney,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 29, 2000
In the first half of last night's home opener against UMES, Towson was victimized by a barrage of three-pointers. But the Tigers, looking for their first victory of the season, were able to weather the Hawks and storm their way to a 74-62 victory before a crowd of 1,535 at the Towson Center. In avoiding its first 0-4 start since the 1963-64 campaign, when it was a Division II program, Towson (1-3) also brought to a conclusion an eight-game losing streak dating to last season. "We really asserted ourselves defensively," said Towson coach Mike Jaskulski.
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | July 27, 1993
Derrick Smith captured two gold medals in the 15-16 age group while competing for Ed Waters' track club in last weekend's three-day, East Coast Invitational in Fairfax, Va.In a meet that drew more than 2,650 participants from 22 states, Japan and Bermuda to George Mason University, Smith won the 400-meter run in 48.6 seconds and anchored the winning 1,600 relay team to a meet-record time of 3 minutes, 20.1 seconds.The relay team, which is unbeaten in summer competition, includes Brian Harold, Garfield Thompson and James Carter, who was third in the 200-meter -- behind teammate Royston Little.
NEWS
By Todd Richissin and Gail Gibson and Todd Richissin and Gail Gibson,SUN FOREIGN STAFF | August 24, 2004
MANNHEIM, Germany - In the months before the scandal broke over photographs of U.S. soldiers abusing Iraqi prisoners, an intelligence supervisor at Abu Ghraib prison sent a memo to interrogators telling them "the gloves are coming off," regarding the treatment of detainees, an attorney for one of the accused said yesterday. Paul Bergrin, an attorney for Sgt. Javal S. Davis, a onetime Morgan State student scheduled to appear in court here today, said he received a copy of the memo from "clandestine sources" in the intelligence community and planned to introduce it into evidence today.
FEATURES
By Robert Hilburn and Robert Hilburn,Los Angeles Times | July 11, 1993
Terence Trent D'Arby is suddenly the toast of pop -- again.Rarely has a performer arrived on the scene with as much flamboyance as Mr. D'Arby did in 1987 when the New York native's dazzling talent and bold persona made him a sensation, first in England, where he launched his career, and then in the United States. Among his colorful assertions: his claim in a British interview that his debut album was better than the Beatles' legendary "Sgt. Pepper's."That debut album, titled "The Hardline According to Terence Trent D'Arby," sold more than 8 million copies worldwide, and critics compared him to everyone from Sam Cooke to Prince.
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