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November 22, 2005
Born December 5, 1922, died November 20, 2005 at her home in Delray Beach, FL (former resident of New Rochelle, NY) beloved mother of Shirley (Roger) Carro of Scarsdale, NY and Donna (Mark) Wasserman of Baltimore, MD; darling grandmother of Robin (Rob) Grubard-Wallace, Alyson Grubard, Melissa (Mikel) Daniels, Jo Anna Wasserman, Michael Kaplan, Jonathan Kaplan, Peter Widry and Larissa Widry; proud and adored great-grandmother of Elliot Daniels and Bryce Wallace. Sarah is also survived by her caring companion Sidney Goldstein and her brother Jack Mazer.
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By Scott Dance, The Baltimore Sun | March 19, 2014
You can't see the Higgs boson, but you can watch its discovery. Scientists crowd around dozens of monitors as they collect data from experiments using a looping 17-mile underground tunnel and equipment likened to a five-story Swiss watch. They worry what the media might say if tests fail, and wonder whether the experiment should have been conducted in secret. And they clamor for a seat in the auditorium where physicists will present their findings in the hunt for the elusive "God particle," a subatomic building block that existed only in theory, but had never been detected.
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SPORTS
By John W. Stewart | July 29, 1991
Joe Franz IV of the host Country Club of Maryland birdied the 17th hole and went on to capture the 37th annual Baltimore City Amateur Invitation tournament yesterday.Franz, 24, winning his first major title, shot a second straight 71 and finished with a 2-over-par total of 142.First-round leader David Kaplan of Bonnie View Country Club and Doug Jacobs of Piney Branch Golf Course, dueled Franz on the back nine after they forged a three-way tie at the 12th green. All parred each of the next four holes.
NEWS
November 22, 2005
Born December 5, 1922, died November 20, 2005 at her home in Delray Beach, FL (former resident of New Rochelle, NY) beloved mother of Shirley (Roger) Carro of Scarsdale, NY and Donna (Mark) Wasserman of Baltimore, MD; darling grandmother of Robin (Rob) Grubard-Wallace, Alyson Grubard, Melissa (Mikel) Daniels, Jo Anna Wasserman, Michael Kaplan, Jonathan Kaplan, Peter Widry and Larissa Widry; proud and adored great-grandmother of Elliot Daniels and Bryce Wallace. Sarah is also survived by her caring companion Sidney Goldstein and her brother Jack Mazer.
SPORTS
By SPECIAL TO THE SUN | July 7, 2002
The last became first as Chuck Freedman, playing in the final group, grabbed the opening-round lead with a 3-under-par 68 in the 35th annual Maryland Amateur Stroke Play championship at Mount Pleasant Golf Course yesterday. Freedman, 44, of Hobbit's Glen GC, birdied four of the first six holes en route to his 33-35-68 that gave him a two-stroke lead over teen-agers Billy Wingerd (33-37), the defending champion, and Chris Baloga (35-35). Freedman ended with six birdies and three bogeys, the bogeys coming on the only greens he missed in a strong ball-striking round.
HEALTH
By Scott Dance, The Baltimore Sun | March 19, 2014
You can't see the Higgs boson, but you can watch its discovery. Scientists crowd around dozens of monitors as they collect data from experiments using a looping 17-mile underground tunnel and equipment likened to a five-story Swiss watch. They worry what the media might say if tests fail, and wonder whether the experiment should have been conducted in secret. And they clamor for a seat in the auditorium where physicists will present their findings in the hunt for the elusive "God particle," a subatomic building block that existed only in theory, but had never been detected.
SPORTS
By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 3, 2003
In the four-year history of the Baltimore Cup, the one constant has been the final score. The streak continued yesterday on a beautiful fall day, as John Lowden coaxed home a curling 6-foot putt on the 18th green to break a tie and provide the Lowden-David Kaplan team with a 3-under-par 69, and a 36-hole better-ball total of 139 at Hayfields Country Club, Drew DeVan-Jim Winner jumped out of the pack to claim second in the 18-team field, a stroke back,...
SPORTS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | November 2, 2003
The top seven teams posted the only under-par rounds and are within a stroke of each other after the opening round of the annual Baltimore Cup at Caves Valley Golf Club yesterday. The concluding round in the 18-team event will be played today at Hayfields Country Club. Rick Sovero-Andy Pataki and Len Callahan-Jason Raivel each shot 2-under-par 69 to squeeze in front of five teams at 70. Bert Moreno, half of last year's winning team, who is partnered this time with Mike Whitehead, matched par of 71, and two-time winners Bob Kaestner and Evan Hileman were a stroke back at 72. The leaders: Rick Sovero-Andy Pataki, 69; Len Callahan-Jason Raivel, 69; Steve Ford-Moose Brown, 70; Scott Hargest-Dave Carroll, 70; Joe Records-Joel Kaye, 70; Paul Steinhardt-Bob Rosenberger, 70; David Kaplan-John Lowden, 70; Bert Moreno-Mike Whitehead, 71; Drew Devan-Jim Winner, 72; Bob Kaestner-Evan Hileman, 72; Larry Storck-Henry Blue, 73; Jim Rosenfield-Sheldon Kalish, 73; Brian Woods-Chris Swam, 74; Rod Trump-Eddie Lipski, 74; Armondo Cignarale-Kevin Powderly, 75; Bill Boykin-Dennis Cahill, 75; Bo Jarrett-Rusty Ward, 75; George Marin-Mark Kauffman, 78.
NEWS
August 16, 2003
On August 13, 2003, MANUS B. FRIEDLANDER; loving husband of Marjorie Friedlander (nee Mainen) and the late Clara Friedlander (nee Goodman); loving father of Daniel Friedlander, of Baltimore, MD; devoted father-in-law of Rose Friedlander; beloved step father of Nelson Tucker, of Baltimore, MD and Carl Tucker, of Cincinnati, OH; devoted step father-in-law of Lynn Tucker and Theresa Tucker; devoted brother of the late Nan Klein, Ella, Yetta, and William Friedlander,...
SPORTS
By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | July 7, 2003
Just when it appeared Kirk Lombardi was in position to make a run at the pacesetter yesterday in the 36th annual Maryland Amateur Stroke Play championship, Billy Wingerd slammed shut the window of opportunity. A birdie at the 10th and a superb sand save at the short 11th left Lombardi three strokes back, but on the 377-yard 12th, with the pin in the back, Wingerd hit it in about two feet for birdie. The leader, who led wire-to-wire, shot 1-under-par 70 for a 54-hole total of 209 at Mount Pleasant Golf Course, and even though Lombardi closed with a birdie, he finished 69-210.
SPORTS
By SPECIAL TO THE SUN | July 7, 2002
The last became first as Chuck Freedman, playing in the final group, grabbed the opening-round lead with a 3-under-par 68 in the 35th annual Maryland Amateur Stroke Play championship at Mount Pleasant Golf Course yesterday. Freedman, 44, of Hobbit's Glen GC, birdied four of the first six holes en route to his 33-35-68 that gave him a two-stroke lead over teen-agers Billy Wingerd (33-37), the defending champion, and Chris Baloga (35-35). Freedman ended with six birdies and three bogeys, the bogeys coming on the only greens he missed in a strong ball-striking round.
SPORTS
By John W. Stewart | July 29, 1991
Joe Franz IV of the host Country Club of Maryland birdied the 17th hole and went on to capture the 37th annual Baltimore City Amateur Invitation tournament yesterday.Franz, 24, winning his first major title, shot a second straight 71 and finished with a 2-over-par total of 142.First-round leader David Kaplan of Bonnie View Country Club and Doug Jacobs of Piney Branch Golf Course, dueled Franz on the back nine after they forged a three-way tie at the 12th green. All parred each of the next four holes.
SPORTS
By SPECIAL TO THE SUN | September 24, 2001
Andy Pataki of Rolling Road Golf Club and Paul Steinhardt of Hayfields Country Club each went 4-0 during the three days of the seventh-annual team match between members of Private Clubs and the Public Courses, helping the Private side to a 19 1/2 -10 1/2 victory, which concluded yesterday at the Suburban Club. The Private forces won nine of the final-day 12 singles matches, with only Tim Elliott, Tim Osgood and Larry Cronise producing wins for the Public team. Despite the lopsided margin, most of the matches were close and hard-fought, with seven going at least to the 17th green, and three more to the 16th.
SPORTS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | August 3, 1997
Larry Storck turned the 43rd Baltimore City Amateur championship into a one-man show, as he opened a five-stroke lead on the field after the first round at Hillendale Country Club yesterday.Storck, a two-time CC Maryland club champion, had four birdies in posting a 4-under-par 34-34--68 over the 6,750-yard, par-72 Baltimore County course. Along the way were nine one-putt greens.Rick Riddle, from Sparrows Point CC, had two back-nine birdies in his 38-35--73. Justin Klein of Baltimore CC birdied the last two holes for 39-35--74, a total matched by Frank Neff, Sparrows Point CC, who was even through No. 13 and ended 36-38--74.
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