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March 9, 2008
On March 7, 2008, EMMA "Sissy" REIHL; (nee Wells); beloved wife of the late Carroll B. Reihl; loving mother of Linda Muller and her husband Dan, Lois Harold and her husband Jeff, Russell Reihl and his wife Kelly and the late Ricky and Robert Reihl; cherished "Mom-Mom" of Dan Muller and his wife Jenn, Kevin Muller, Jeff and Tara Harold, and Russell, Brandon and Kinsley Reihl.; great-grandmother of Danny and Hannah; dear sister of Margaret Carpenter, Joan Wieland Sandy Hoffman, Larry Wells, Gary Wells and the late Jean DeVan.
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BUSINESS
By Lorraine Mirabella and Lorraine Mirabella,SUN STAFF | March 29, 2003
The trustee in the 7-year-old bankruptcy liquidation case of retailer Merry-Go-Round Enterprises Inc. is paying $85 million to creditors, including landlords and former executives, partially satisfying claims that some had given up hope of ever receiving. The latest distribution in the case represents 30 percent of $260 million claimed by about 4,000 creditors, Deborah Hunt Devan, the court-appointed trustee, said yesterday. Once a Maryland retail institution and Wall Street darling, the national chain of teen apparel shops struggled for two years to emerge from bankruptcy protection before going out of business in February 1996.
BUSINESS
By Sean Somerville and Sean Somerville,SUN STAFF | October 1, 1999
A federal bankruptcy judge yesterday dismissed a lawsuit by the trustee for Merry-Go-Round Enterprises Inc., which alleged that four banks improperly transferred about $10 million between accounts to cut the struggling retailer's debt to them before it filed for bankruptcy protection.U.S. Bankruptcy Judge E. Stephen Derby ruled that the trustee, Deborah H. Devan, had failed to prove that a reduction in the net amount owed to the banks from $61.3 million to $50.6 million within 90 days before the bankruptcy filing amounted to "set-offs" prohibited by federal law."
SPORTS
By SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 21, 2001
Rick Sovero made five of his team's six front-nine birdies and partner Andy Pataki made the one that counted the most, as they combined for a 7-under-par 64 and a record-tying 36-hole total 132 in the 11th annual two-man team championship of the Baltimore Municipal Golf Corporation yesterday. Pataki's 20-foot birdie putt at No. 12, the team's only back-nine deviation from par at Mount Pleasant Golf Course, turned out to be the winner. Jim Winner-Drew DeVan used the second-low round of the rainy afternoon for 68-65 - 133, where they were tied by Steve Thomas-Jason Raivel, 67-66 - 133. Prior to Pataki's long putt, all of the winners' birdie putts were from inside 10 feet.
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | May 13, 2003
Calvert Hall's Nick Williams went to the sideline after being leveled by Loyola's Ted Melanson, but he returned moments later to score the winning goal with two minutes left, producing a 10-9 victory that ended the No. 1 Dons' 11-game winning streak in boys lacrosse. In winning a contest that featured six ties, as many lead changes and a downpour in the fourth quarter, the host and No. 3 Cardinals (15-4, 9-4) earned the second seed behind Division I winner St. Mary's (11-5, 9-4) entering the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference playoffs.
SPORTS
By Mike Klingaman and Mike Klingaman,mike.klingaman@baltsun.com | October 22, 2008
At age 3, Devan James dressed for Halloween in his favorite outfit: a football uniform and a plastic helmet. Seventeen years later, he's still wearing football gear and scaring the heck out of Morgan State's opponents. James, a junior running back, has rushed for 947 yards and could break the Bears' single-season rushing record of 1,402 yards set last year by Chad Simpson, now with the Indianapolis Colts). Morgan (4-3) has five games left and hosts Delaware State at homecoming on Saturday at 1. Last week, James gained 219 yards - a career high - and scored twice in Morgan's 31-30 double-overtime victory over Howard.
NEWS
By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,sandra.mckee@baltsun.com | May 22, 2009
When it comes to winning championships, St. Frances no longer lives by basketball alone. Earlier this week, the Panthers baseball team won the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association C Conference championship. It's the first non-basketball title in school history. "It has been a long, hard five years," said Panthers coach Brian Boles, who started coaching St. Frances in 2005. "I am so proud of our guys. We've followed the saying, 'Championships are won before the game is played.
SPORTS
By Christian Ewell and Christian Ewell,SUN STAFF | May 30, 2004
From the standpoints of Limestone and Le Moyne, today's Division II championship lacrosse game is for a title they should be defending. Last year, Limestone came to Baltimore hoping to follow up on its 2002 national title, only to head back to Gaffney, S.C., with a 9-4 loss to New York Tech. Just the week before the Saints' defeat, Le Moyne's Dolphins led Tech by a goal with one minute remaining in the national semifinals before being penalized for an illegal stick. That led to a game-tying goal, followed by the end of Le Moyne's season.
NEWS
January 3, 1999
''If you like ponies, you'll want to read 'The Mud Pony' by Carol Lee Cohen. This story is about a boy who wants a pony of his own. He makes a mud pony and puts it in the sand. He goes back to his Indian camp and sees that no one is there. You've got to read the rest of this story to find out what happens to the boy and his mud pony.''- Devan MarkowitzLisbon Elementary``My favorite book is 'Pinocchio.' It's about a woodcutter who made a puppet and one night the woodcutter saw a wishing star and made a wish that Pinocchio could be a real boy. The fairy came.
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