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March 30, 2003
On March 27, 2003, MARIAN DICKMAN (nee Cohen), beloved mother of Fern Dickman of Baltimore, MD, and Charles Dickman of Randallstown, MD; devoted mother-in-law of Nancy Dickman; loving sister of Jay Cohen, Harriet Ross and the late Albert Cohen. Also survived by two loving grandchildren. Services at SOL LEVINSON AND BROS INC, 8900 Reisterstown Rd at Mt. Wilson Ln on Sunday, March 30 at 1 P.M. Interment Shaarei Zion Congregation Cemetery, Rosedale, MD. In lieu of flowers, contributions, in her memory, may be directed to the Maryland SPCA, 3300 Falls Rd. (21211)
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,Sun Reporter | July 12, 2008
Frank N. Megargee, a former longtime Eastern Shore correspondent for The Evening Sun who was also a poet and an artist, died Wednesday of heart failure at Mallard Landing, a Salisbury retirement community, a day before his 91st birthday. Mr. Megargee, who was born and raised in West Chester, Pa., and attended West Chester State College, began his newspaper career working for a weekly in the late 1930s. During World War II, he served in Army communications and landed at Normandy on D-Day, June 6, 1944.
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By Eric Siegel and Eric Siegel,Staff Writer | October 18, 1993
Daniel D. Dickman -- the founder and longtime owner of Danny's restaurant, a Baltimore dining landmark for a quarter of a century -- died Saturday of a heart attack at his home on Charles Street. He was 77.In its heyday, Danny's was the city's most renowned restaurant. The room at the corner of Charles and Biddle streets in Mount Vernon was lauded by national publications for its fine, French-oriented food and extensive wine list, and beloved locally as a special occasion destination."Culinarily speaking, he put Baltimore on the map," Diane F. Neas, a local restaurant consultant, said yesterday.
SPORTS
By Christian Ewell and Christian Ewell,Sun Reporter | February 22, 2007
Basketball has a place in Darnell Edmonds' life six days a week at Hood College. The senior guard has been a four-year starter at Hood, a small private school in Frederick. He's the team's best defender and the unquestioned leader on a team that unexpectedly won the regular-season Capital Athletic Conference title this season. But as the Division III Blazers (20-6, 12-4) host St. Mary's tonight in a conference tournament semifinal at Thomas Johnson High, basketball is a mere slice of Edmonds' profile.
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By Jacques Kelly | March 4, 1992
If times were different, there would be a banner stretched across the front of Danny's Restaurant announcing the return of springtime shad: "The run is on." Instead, there's an auctioneer's sign.Danny's, a legend among Baltimore restaurants, goes on the auction block tomorrow.It was nearly 30 years that Danny Dickman proved the local skeptics wrong. He gave the city an expensive dining spot at Charles and Biddle streets.In late 1961, he charged $7.25 for a serving of flaming steak Diane. He served baked Alaska, cherries jubilee and chateaubriand.
SPORTS
By Phillip McGowan and Phillip McGowan,SUN STAFF | December 17, 2003
FREDERICK -- Tom Dickman once thought he was going places. At least that's what he thought he would have to do if he wanted to coach college basketball, because virtually no opportunities existed here. That was almost 20 years ago. But as he became the winningest public high school basketball coach in Maryland, at Thomas Johnson High, Dickman had put those aspirations behind him. Then Hood College opened his eyes to possibilities he had long since dismissed. The Division III men's basketball program is in its first season at the formerly all-women's institution, and Dickman is its first coach.
SPORTS
By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | March 8, 2003
FREDERICK -- An overflow crowd rushing onto the gym floor was expected last night at Thomas Johnson. After all, this was the final home game for the Patriots' record-setting coach, Tom Dickman, with another visit to the state tournament anticipated. But the visiting team, No. 15 Glen Burnie, stayed basket for basket with the undefeated Patriots and then, when it was time to win, found the right path for a 70-69 upset in the Class 4A East regional final. With 23 points and 10 rebounds from senior forward Antonio Sherrod, four straight free throws by junior Mitch Guest in the closing seconds, and a yes-it-can-be-done effort for all 32 minutes, the Gophers (19-5)
BUSINESS
February 13, 1992
Danny's, the Charles Street restaurant that stood out for decades as an oasis in Baltimore's desert of fine dining, will go on the auction block March 5, the victim of a bitter divorce that has been compared to "The War of the Roses."Melvin Paul, the receiver for property, said the former four-star restaurant closed the day after Thanksgiving.The closing came after a dispute between co-owners Stuart H. and June B. Dickman led Mr. Dickman to turn in the liquor license for Danny's to the Baltimore Board of Liquor License Commissioners earlier that month.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,Sun Staff Writer | September 15, 1995
Terence Morris, a first-team all-state forward as a sophomore at Frederick's Thomas Johnson High last season, made an oral commitment yesterday to attend the University of Maryland in 1997.It marked the first time in coach Gary Williams' seven seasons at College Park that a player committed before his junior year.Although the commitment is non-binding, there is little doubt about Morris' intentions. Three years ago, while still in middle school, Morris told Thomas Johnson coach Tom Dickman he wanted to play for the Terps.
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By LAURA VECSEY | February 15, 2003
FREDERICK - The coach has won 589 basketball games. He has led his high school team to seven state titles and 17 league championships. He is Maryland's all-time winningest public high school coach. Over the past three decades, his teams have gone head-to-head against such basketball powerhouses and private schools as DeMatha, St. Anthony's and big, ol' Oak Hill, winning sometimes, always competitive, which explains why USA Today routinely ranks them among the best in the country. "I'm just a coach.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | January 9, 2005
The first question anyone would ask about high-scoring Hood College sophomore Santo Provenzano is rather obvious. How did such a highly regarded recruit get to a small Division III school in Frederick from Dobbs Ferry, N.Y., which is just a seven-minute drive from New York City? "I kind of just fell into his [coach Tom Dickman's] lap," said Provenzano, who was the leading Division III scorer in the nation with a 27.2 average through last Sunday's games. "It's funny how it happened," said the 6-foot, 200-pounder.
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By Phillip McGowan and Phillip McGowan,SUN STAFF | December 17, 2003
FREDERICK -- Tom Dickman once thought he was going places. At least that's what he thought he would have to do if he wanted to coach college basketball, because virtually no opportunities existed here. That was almost 20 years ago. But as he became the winningest public high school basketball coach in Maryland, at Thomas Johnson High, Dickman had put those aspirations behind him. Then Hood College opened his eyes to possibilities he had long since dismissed. The Division III men's basketball program is in its first season at the formerly all-women's institution, and Dickman is its first coach.
NEWS
April 12, 2003
On April 10, 2003, BEATRICE DICKMAN (nee CAPLAN), beloved wife of the late Charles Dickman, loving mother of Lois Stansbury of Finksburg, MD and Doris Fink of Baltimore, MD, dear sister of the late Paul, Tom, Max, Joseph, Sam, Milton, Albert and Morris Caplan, and Anna Starr, loving grandmother of Steven and Helene Weintraub, Barbara and James Reynolds, Marcia Scherr, and Chrales Fink, loving great-grandmother of Stacy and Scott Weintraub, Alex and Liza...
SPORTS
By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | March 8, 2003
FREDERICK -- An overflow crowd rushing onto the gym floor was expected last night at Thomas Johnson. After all, this was the final home game for the Patriots' record-setting coach, Tom Dickman, with another visit to the state tournament anticipated. But the visiting team, No. 15 Glen Burnie, stayed basket for basket with the undefeated Patriots and then, when it was time to win, found the right path for a 70-69 upset in the Class 4A East regional final. With 23 points and 10 rebounds from senior forward Antonio Sherrod, four straight free throws by junior Mitch Guest in the closing seconds, and a yes-it-can-be-done effort for all 32 minutes, the Gophers (19-5)
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By LAURA VECSEY | February 15, 2003
FREDERICK - The coach has won 589 basketball games. He has led his high school team to seven state titles and 17 league championships. He is Maryland's all-time winningest public high school coach. Over the past three decades, his teams have gone head-to-head against such basketball powerhouses and private schools as DeMatha, St. Anthony's and big, ol' Oak Hill, winning sometimes, always competitive, which explains why USA Today routinely ranks them among the best in the country. "I'm just a coach.
SPORTS
By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,SUN STAFF | March 30, 2000
Maryland's basketball season grounded to a halt 12 days ago in Minneapolis. That city will be the host for the NBA draft June 28 and the 2001 Final Four, and Terps fans are delighted that Terence Morris wants to return to the town for the latter extravaganza instead of the first. Yesterday Morris made official what he nearly concluded last week: The versatile junior forward will return to Maryland for his fourth season. With Morris in the fold, the Terps will return all eight players from the rotation that was runner-up in the Atlantic Coast Conference and considered one of the 12 best in the nation by the committee that oversees the NCAA tournament.
NEWS
By David Michael Ettlin | November 23, 1991
A bitter marital dispute has closed down the bar at one of Baltimore's most celebrated and highly rated restaurants -- Danny's -- and may turn its estranged husband-and-wife owners into Charles Street competitors.The 30-year-old Danny's, which for years displayed plaques with its four-star rating, was sold in May by founders Danny and Bea Dickman to their son and daughter-in-law, Stuart H. and June B. Dickman.By Stuart's account, his wife of four years began talking divorce with a lawyer shortly thereafter.
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | March 12, 1999
COLLEGE PARK -- It's tough to beat a team that is playing near-perfect ball.When your opponent scores on its first seven trips up the floor, and one of its best players makes all nine of his field goals in the first half, the chances are good that you're in for a long evening.That was the situation facing 20th-ranked Aberdeen (21-6) against Frederick's Thomas Johnson in yesterday's 101-60 Class 3A state semifinal blowout at Cole Field House.Thomas Johnson sophomore Marcus West scored 24 points on 11-for-13 field goal shooting in only two-thirds of the action.
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