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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,Sun Staff Writer | June 6, 1994
A six-shot swing in two holes helped David Eger and Mike Bodney successfully defend their Chesapeake Cup championship in the fourth annual event that ended yesterday at Caves Valley Golf Club.The winners finished with a 72-hole total of 280 in the better-ball, alternate-shot, aggregate format, thwarting early leaders Frank Ford and Paul Simson, who ended at 281. Third went to the team of Jamie Crow and George Kelley, who matched par at 284.Starting at No. 10, Bodney-Eger and Ford-Simson were even going to No. 18, but Bodney-Eger lost four strokes in the next three holes then steadied at No. 3 with pars.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | June 19, 2014
Ruth E. Eger, the former executive director of the Joseph Richey Hospice who lectured widely on death and dying, died June 9 of pneumonia at Saint Agnes Hospital. She had just celebrated her 80th birthday. "Ruth was the most spirited and positive-thinking person. No problem was so big that we couldn't grow and learn from it, and she found that in everybody," said Catherine M. Frome, who was named clinical director of the Joseph Richey Hospice in April. "She turned Joseph Richey Hospice around and made its finances viable in order to care for the underserved in Baltimore," said Ms. Frome.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,Staff Writer | June 7, 1993
David Eger saved par and partner Mike Bodney salvaged a bogey on their last hole to clinch the championship of the third annual Chesapeake Cup at Caves Valley Golf Club yesterday.This was a meeting of United States Golf Association and PGA Tour minds -- and golf swings -- as Eger, senior director for rules and competitions of the USGA, and Bodney, in charge of international competitions for the tour, combined for a four-round total of 289, and a two-stroke victory.With scoring based on better-ball and selected-drive, alternate-shot Saturday and aggregate yesterday (the third score is the players' combined score for their first nine holes, and the fourth score is their combined score for their second nine holes)
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October 12, 2005
BOYS SPORT FOOTBALL Ryan Hash, South Carroll STATS -- A reserve last season, Hash has come into his own this year. Going into last weekend, the senior had rushed for eight touchdowns in his previous three games, including three against South Hagerstown and two each against Winters Mill and Century. In the latter two games, he also ran for 110 and 160 yards, respectively, putting himself among the rushing leaders in the Monocacy Valley Athletic League's Piedmont Conference. SIDELINES -- Coach Butch Schaffer calls Hash one of the hardest workers on the team, and a "throwback football player."
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,Staff Writer | May 30, 1993
David Eger is one of the few to know the administration of the PGA Tour and the U.S. Golf Association from inside the ropes.In the past 15 years, he has been a player and an administrator on the PGA Tour and more recently, as a reinstated amateur, has won a USGA championship, and now serves as one of the key officials for the organization.Eger and partner Michael Bodney will be among the 20 teams participating when the Chesapeake Cup is held next weekend at Caves Valley Golf Club. The number is up from 14 a year ago, and from two in 1991 when the event was part of the official opening ceremonies.
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | October 8, 2003
On a team featuring at least a handful of the top seniors in Carroll County, you can excuse opponents of the Century girls soccer team if Brittany Eger falls under their radar. The sophomore spent most of last season on the JV after moving to the area from Laurel. Last night, Eger introduced herself to rival South Carroll, assisting on a goal late in the first half and scoring two herself in the final 3:55 of play to help the host No. 2 Knights seal a 3-0 win. "I think I caught them by surprise," said Eger who also scored a pair of goals last week against Francis Scott Key. "I wasn't on varsity last year and I just moved here a couple years ago, so they don't really know me."
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October 12, 2005
BOYS SPORT FOOTBALL Ryan Hash, South Carroll STATS -- A reserve last season, Hash has come into his own this year. Going into last weekend, the senior had rushed for eight touchdowns in his previous three games, including three against South Hagerstown and two each against Winters Mill and Century. In the latter two games, he also ran for 110 and 160 yards, respectively, putting himself among the rushing leaders in the Monocacy Valley Athletic League's Piedmont Conference. SIDELINES -- Coach Butch Schaffer calls Hash one of the hardest workers on the team, and a "throwback football player."
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By John Stewart and John Stewart,Staff Writer | June 6, 1993
Pat Brady, a last-minute fill-in from Reidsville, N.C., combined with new-found partner David Lind of Chicago for rounds of 69-67136 and a one-stroke lead among 20 teams competing in the third annual Chesapeake Cup at Caves Valley Golf Club yesterday.The format called for a better-ball in the morning and a selected-drive, alternate shot in the afternoon, with the top two pairings among six who improved in the second round.David Eger-Mike Bodney, a first-time entry but one of the pre-event favorites, lived up to their advance billing with rounds of 72-65137.
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By Rosalie Falter and Rosalie Falter,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 23, 1997
LINTHICUM'S LIONS Club, a group of caring people dedicated to serving those in need, held a special program during its regular meeting Monday at Our Place Restaurant to honor three recipients of "Linthicum's Best Business Person" award.The Lions felt there were people who should be recognized for their participation and dedication to community service. Of the many nominees, Walt Eger, John Gigliotti and Julius Tauber were selected.As the awards were presented, club President Evonne Theiz said: "This is an opportunity to say thank you. We want to let people know there are good and honest businessmen and women in the community.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,Sun Staff Writer | June 5, 1995
Jerry Courville and Joe Sommers, who thwarted the bids of two different teams on the back nine, combined for a last-day aggregate of 69-76145 and took home the fifth annual Chesapeake Cup by four shots at Caves Valley Golf Club yesterday.Courville, from Norwalk, Conn., led the way with a 2-under-par 36-3369, equaling the competitive amateur course record set by Marty West III in this event two years ago. Sommers, from Stamford, Conn., was tough when he had to be in getting home in 38-3876.
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | October 8, 2003
On a team featuring at least a handful of the top seniors in Carroll County, you can excuse opponents of the Century girls soccer team if Brittany Eger falls under their radar. The sophomore spent most of last season on the JV after moving to the area from Laurel. Last night, Eger introduced herself to rival South Carroll, assisting on a goal late in the first half and scoring two herself in the final 3:55 of play to help the host No. 2 Knights seal a 3-0 win. "I think I caught them by surprise," said Eger who also scored a pair of goals last week against Francis Scott Key. "I wasn't on varsity last year and I just moved here a couple years ago, so they don't really know me."
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By Janet Ruth Falon and Janet Ruth Falon,NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | November 25, 2002
Dick Eger of Morristown, N.J., sings in his car to the music of Mahler and Wagner. The soprano Harolyn Blackwell, who has performed in Broadway musicals and with the Metropolitan Opera, sometimes sings along with Prince. Marcia Cohn Spiegel of Rolling Hills, Calif., vocalizes with her car windows open. For Kris Soffa of Philadelphia and her family, car singing is a group affair; recently, since her 14-year-old son, David, attended Ozzfest last summer, they have been warbling to Ozzy Osbourne.
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By Rosalie Falter and Rosalie Falter,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 23, 1997
LINTHICUM'S LIONS Club, a group of caring people dedicated to serving those in need, held a special program during its regular meeting Monday at Our Place Restaurant to honor three recipients of "Linthicum's Best Business Person" award.The Lions felt there were people who should be recognized for their participation and dedication to community service. Of the many nominees, Walt Eger, John Gigliotti and Julius Tauber were selected.As the awards were presented, club President Evonne Theiz said: "This is an opportunity to say thank you. We want to let people know there are good and honest businessmen and women in the community.
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By Dan Fesperman and Dan Fesperman,SUN FOREIGN STAFF | April 8, 1996
BERLIN -- If you're a newly arrived Italian who learned to drive in the demolition derbies of rush-hour Rome, you'll have no problem getting a German driver's license.Likewise if you're a British citizen trained to drive on the left, or a rural Frenchman whose greatest highway challenge up to now has been swerving around baguette-laden bicycles. Just fill out a few forms, pay a few deutsche marks and pick up your German license. No tests required.But if you're an American? Well, just ask David Solomon, a veteran of 20 years behind the wheel on the rough-and-tumble roads of Boston.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,Sun Staff Writer | June 5, 1995
Jerry Courville and Joe Sommers, who thwarted the bids of two different teams on the back nine, combined for a last-day aggregate of 69-76145 and took home the fifth annual Chesapeake Cup by four shots at Caves Valley Golf Club yesterday.Courville, from Norwalk, Conn., led the way with a 2-under-par 36-3369, equaling the competitive amateur course record set by Marty West III in this event two years ago. Sommers, from Stamford, Conn., was tough when he had to be in getting home in 38-3876.
SPORTS
By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,Sun Staff Writer | June 6, 1994
A six-shot swing in two holes helped David Eger and Mike Bodney successfully defend their Chesapeake Cup championship in the fourth annual event that ended yesterday at Caves Valley Golf Club.The winners finished with a 72-hole total of 280 in the better-ball, alternate-shot, aggregate format, thwarting early leaders Frank Ford and Paul Simson, who ended at 281. Third went to the team of Jamie Crow and George Kelley, who matched par at 284.Starting at No. 10, Bodney-Eger and Ford-Simson were even going to No. 18, but Bodney-Eger lost four strokes in the next three holes then steadied at No. 3 with pars.
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By Dan Fesperman and Dan Fesperman,SUN FOREIGN STAFF | April 8, 1996
BERLIN -- If you're a newly arrived Italian who learned to drive in the demolition derbies of rush-hour Rome, you'll have no problem getting a German driver's license.Likewise if you're a British citizen trained to drive on the left, or a rural Frenchman whose greatest highway challenge up to now has been swerving around baguette-laden bicycles. Just fill out a few forms, pay a few deutsche marks and pick up your German license. No tests required.But if you're an American? Well, just ask David Solomon, a veteran of 20 years behind the wheel on the rough-and-tumble roads of Boston.
FEATURES
By Janet Ruth Falon and Janet Ruth Falon,NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | November 25, 2002
Dick Eger of Morristown, N.J., sings in his car to the music of Mahler and Wagner. The soprano Harolyn Blackwell, who has performed in Broadway musicals and with the Metropolitan Opera, sometimes sings along with Prince. Marcia Cohn Spiegel of Rolling Hills, Calif., vocalizes with her car windows open. For Kris Soffa of Philadelphia and her family, car singing is a group affair; recently, since her 14-year-old son, David, attended Ozzfest last summer, they have been warbling to Ozzy Osbourne.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,Staff Writer | June 7, 1993
David Eger saved par and partner Mike Bodney salvaged a bogey on their last hole to clinch the championship of the third annual Chesapeake Cup at Caves Valley Golf Club yesterday.This was a meeting of United States Golf Association and PGA Tour minds -- and golf swings -- as Eger, senior director for rules and competitions of the USGA, and Bodney, in charge of international competitions for the tour, combined for a four-round total of 289, and a two-stroke victory.With scoring based on better-ball and selected-drive, alternate-shot Saturday and aggregate yesterday (the third score is the players' combined score for their first nine holes, and the fourth score is their combined score for their second nine holes)
SPORTS
By John Stewart and John Stewart,Staff Writer | June 6, 1993
Pat Brady, a last-minute fill-in from Reidsville, N.C., combined with new-found partner David Lind of Chicago for rounds of 69-67136 and a one-stroke lead among 20 teams competing in the third annual Chesapeake Cup at Caves Valley Golf Club yesterday.The format called for a better-ball in the morning and a selected-drive, alternate shot in the afternoon, with the top two pairings among six who improved in the second round.David Eger-Mike Bodney, a first-time entry but one of the pre-event favorites, lived up to their advance billing with rounds of 72-65137.
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