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March 17, 2004
On March 15, 2004 DORIS R. HODGES (nee Foreman); beloved wife of Charles J. Hodges; devoted mother of Carolyn Novak, Mary Mc Guire, Thomas Hodges, Joan Olshinsky, Charlotte Fritsch; dear sister of Anna O'Melia, the late Thelma Snyder and the late Edward, Wilbur and Earl Foreman. Also survived by five grandchildren and five great grandchildren. Funeral service will be held at the Connelly Funeral Home of Essex, 300 Mace Ave., on Thursday at 11 A.M. Visiting hours Tuesday and Wednesday 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. Interment Gardens of Faith Memorial Gardens.
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By Sandra McKee | May 2, 1991
Blast owner Ed Hale has been named the Advertising and Professional Club of Baltimore's Civic Citizen of 1991. He received the award during a luncheon at the Hyatt Regency yesterday.Gov. William Donald Schaefer said that in purchasing the Blast two years ago, Hale helped "save downtown Baltimore," because the Blast brings people downtown.Mayor Kurt Schmoke sent a proclamation declaring May 1 as "Edwin F. Hale Day" in the city, but Major Soccer League commissioner Earl Foreman upstaged that when he said:"Over the last two years, Ed Hale has made the single biggest contribution to the sport of soccer in this country, bar no one."
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Evening Sun Staff | September 5, 1991
Major Soccer League commissioner Earl Foreman announced Blast general manager John Borozzi will become deputy commissioner of the MSL Monday."I'm excited and looking forward to this," said Borozzi, a graduate of Towson State who has been with the Blast organization eight years. "I think I'm going to enjoy working with Earl and I think with me there, it will free him up to do the things he does best. His top priorities will be expansion, television and, eventually, obtaining major sponsorships."
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By Bill Free | December 29, 1990
Ed Hale said yesterday that it is beginning to look as if a new carpet -- which will cost $80,000 -- may have to be purchased for the Baltimore Arena to meet Major Soccer League standards."
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By Bill Free | March 15, 1991
Baltimore Blast midfielder Tim Wittman, who is on the disabled list after left-knee surgery, has been suspended by the Major Soccer League for failing to pay one of his monthly installments of $187 on a $750 fine on time.Wittman received the $750 fine last season after a run-in with referee Herb Silva during a Jan. 12, 1990, game against the Wichita Wings in Wichita.Silva said Wittman "threatened" him after Silva gave Wittman ......TC red-card ejection.Wittman was scheduled to make the $187 payment on the fine last Friday, but MSL director of operations Jim Baker said yesterday the payment has not arrived at the league office yet.Baker said: "The suspension ends when he [Wittman]
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By Bill Free | October 18, 1990
Baltimore Blast general manager John Borozzi said last night that Tim Wittman will be put on the 18-man roster tomorrow if he signs an amendment to his $52,000-a-year contract.Borozzi wouldn't give any details of the amendment, but Wittman, who has failed two team physicals because of a degenerative disk, most likely is being asked to accept less money until he passes a physical and plays for the Blast.Borozzi said he and Major Soccer League commissioner Earl Foreman worked out the agreement to have Wittman on the roster.
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By Sandra McKee | July 18, 1991
Blast general manager John Borozzi received a letter from former San Diego Socker Paul Wright yesterday, and learned the elusive forward is ready to report.Wright was claimed off the Major Soccer League waiver wire about 10 days ago. He had five days to report, a deadline the 21-year-old missed last Monday.Yesterday, Borozzi notified Wright he is suspended and his contract will not be paid until he arrives here.Borozzi said Wright's letter, dated July 14, said he will report for a news conference and a physical, but then wants to return to San Diego.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Staff Writer | March 14, 1992
The National Labor Relations Board has thrown out complaints by the players' union of unfair labor practices against the Major Soccer League and charges of blackballing against Blast coach Kenny Cooper.In Washington, Major Indoor Soccer League Players Association director John Kerr said he would meet with his attorneys this week to decide whether to appeal.In Baltimore, Blast owner Ed Hale also was planning to meet with attorneys this week."I don't take personal attacks lightly and I'm bristling," Hale said last night.
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By Bill Free | January 17, 1991
The past two times Chico Borja took out Baltimore Blast players with alleged late hits, he faced only the wrath of the Baltimore fans, coach Kenny Cooper and some of the Baltimore players.But now the Blast cries of more foul play by the Wichita Wings midfielder have reached Major Soccer League commissioner Earl Foreman's office in the form of a videotape replay.Baltimore owner Ed Hale is asking that Foreman review the tape and act against Borja for running into Blast goalkeeper Scott Manning in the fourth quarter of Friday night's 7-6 overtime loss to the Wings in Wichita, Kan."
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Staff Writer | July 9, 1992
Blast vice president Drew Forrester will schedule the team's Baltimore Arena dates for the Major Soccer League's 1992-93 season today, but the MSL's future remains uncertain.The owners may talk again Monday. In the meantime, MSL commissioner Earl Foreman remained in St. Louis where he has been since Monday, trying to keep the St. Louis Storm alive as the sixth team the MSL needs to continue.Meanwhile, in Los Angeles, Ron Weinstein, former vice president ofthe MSL's now-defunct Los Angeles Lazers, announced the formation of the Continental Indoor Soccer League.
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