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By CHRIS KALTENBACH and CHRIS KALTENBACH,SUN MOVIE CRITIC | October 14, 2005
Cameron Crowe crams at least three movies' worth of plotlines into Elizabethtown, and gives short shrift to all of them. With a romantic comedy, a road picture and a grieving, dysfunctional family flick all struggling for attention, it's hard to focus on what's happening onscreen, much less get caught up in it. The result is a film that seems cobbled together, with few natural transitions, threadbare character and plot development, and little sense of...
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By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun | May 14, 2014
Eleanor Louise Taylor, a retired Johns Hopkins Hospital chemist, died of coronary artery disease May 6 at the institution where she worked. The Catonsville resident was 90. Born Eleanor Louise Harnishfeger in Baltimore, she was the daughter of Louis Harnishfeger, a federal government employee, and Minerva Harnishfeger, a city Department of Public Welfare nurse. She lived on Schley Avenue and was a 1942 Eastern High School graduate. She earned a bachelor's degree from Washington College in Chestertown and studied at the Johns Hopkins University.
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By Christian Ewell and Christian Ewell,SUN STAFF | March 7, 1999
ELIZABETHTOWN, Pa. -- The end of the latest NCAA tournament run for the Johns Hopkins women's basketball team might have been the least surprising of its past five. Yesterday's 77-53 loss at No. 2 seed Elizabethtown in the second round of the Division III playoffs finished a season in which third-seeded Hopkins achieved more than most had thought possible.That takes the sting off 27 turnovers and a second half that saw Elizabethtown's Blue Jays (25-3) outscore the Hopkins variety 46-27. Carmen Chiles, who scored 15 of her game-high 22 points over the final 16 minutes, paced the victory.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | March 14, 2013
Frostburg State is off to its best six-game start in the program's three-year history, and the team has done it without one of its top midfielders. Junior Lucas Flaig, who led the midfield in scoring in 2011 with 24 goals and five assists but sat out last year after undergoing hip surgery, suffered a broken arm in the preseason and hasn't played yet. Coach Tommy Pearce said the Pasadena native is expected to have the cast on his arm removed this week, but no target date has been set for his return.
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From Sun staff reports | December 17, 2012
Junior swingman Justin Black and senior guard Anthony Hubbard did all they could to keep visiting Morgan State in the game, but the Bears had no answer for Illinois State forward Jackie Carmichael on Sunday. Carmichael, a 6-foot-9, 240-pound senior who posted double doubles against Mississippi and Stanford in last year's NIT, produced a career-high 30 points and eight rebounds, leading the Redbirds to an 87-68 victory. After trailing by as many as 22 points early in the second half, the Bears (3-4)
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By Edward Lee | March 8, 2012
Washington's 13-5 victory over Elizabethtown Tuesday was notable because the Shoremen put on an offensive display that even coach Jeff Shirk couldn't recall having seen. The team scored 10 goals on 18 shots in the third quarter. To put this in perspective, the output matched the total number of goals Washington had scored in four quarters in a loss to Washington & Lee last Saturday. “Elizabethtown's goalie played well in the first half. We hit him a lot,” Shirk said Thursday afternoon.
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By Sandra McKee | June 4, 1995
For those who are interested in seeing sculptor Tom Clark's original work, the Tom Clark Museum is located on Main Street in Davidson, N.C.More than 740 of Mr. Clark's works are on display. Included are more than 500 gnomes, a series of famous Americans, several NASCAR Winston Cup drivers and a series titled "The True Builders of America," which reflects Mr. Clark's Elizabethtown roots, with statues of a schoolteacher, community doctor, newspaper boy, blacksmith and his own father, who owned a general store.
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May 8, 2003
On May 3, 2003, FREDA A. SCHMITT, formerly of Country, Meadows, Hershey, PA, passed away at Masonic Homes Healthcare Center, Elizabethtown, PA. Freda was born on June 10, 1915 in Baltimore, Maryland to the parents of John and Ida (Brill) Callinan. Devoted wife of Milton L. Schmitt of Hershey, PA; loving mother of three sons; Barry W. Schmitt (Sue), of Hummelstown, PA, Dennis Schmitt (Donna) of Cypress, Texas and Douglas F. Schmitt of Bloomsbury, N.J. Also, survived by five grandchildren; five great-grandchildren.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 9, 1997
ELIZABETHTOWN, Pa. -- Julie Anderson had 23 points and 15 rebounds as Johns Hopkins turned back Elizabethtown, 64-57, yesterday in the second round of the NCAA Division III women's tournament.The Blue Jays (24-4) advanced to face Western Connecticut State (25-4) on Friday in the Sweet 16. Southern Maine (25-3) meets Scranton (26-3) in the other Mid-Atlantic semifinal.Elizabethtown (21-8) trailed by as many as 13 points in the second half but cut the deficit to 54-52 with 7: 02 to play. Hopkins tightened up defensively and held Elizabethtown to five points the rest of the way.The Blue Jays shot 28 percent (9-for-32)
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By Christian Ewell | March 6, 1999
WomenJohns Hopkins (23-4) at Elizabethtown (Pa.) (24-3)When: TodayTime: 2: 30 p.m.Site: Thompson Gymnasium, Elizabethtown, Pa.TV/Radio: NoneSeries: Johns Hopkins leads 3-1Outlook: The sequence must seem familiar for Johns Hopkins, which is in search of its third consecutive appearance in the NCAA's quarterfinals. In 1997, JHU beat Cabrini, which set up a road game at Elizabethtown. Just last week, Hopkins beat Cabrini again, providing for another battle at Elizabethtown, the No. 2 seed in the Mid-Atlantic region and the winningest program in women's basketball history with 805 victories in 71 seasons.
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From Sun staff reports | February 13, 2013
A.J. Davis had 17 points and Andre Nation added 14 as James Madison beat Towson, 75-70, Tuesday night in a Colonial Athletic Association game in Harrisonburg, Va. Marcus Damas scored 19 points for the Tigers, Mike Burwell and Bilal Dixon added 13 apiece, and Jerrelle Benimon had 12 points and 13 rebounds. Dixon also had 13 rebounds for Towson, which had won four games in a row. James Madison's Devon Moore hit several key free throws down the stretch and finished 9-for-10 from the line.
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From Sun staff reports | December 17, 2012
Junior swingman Justin Black and senior guard Anthony Hubbard did all they could to keep visiting Morgan State in the game, but the Bears had no answer for Illinois State forward Jackie Carmichael on Sunday. Carmichael, a 6-foot-9, 240-pound senior who posted double doubles against Mississippi and Stanford in last year's NIT, produced a career-high 30 points and eight rebounds, leading the Redbirds to an 87-68 victory. After trailing by as many as 22 points early in the second half, the Bears (3-4)
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By Edward Lee | March 8, 2012
Washington's 13-5 victory over Elizabethtown Tuesday was notable because the Shoremen put on an offensive display that even coach Jeff Shirk couldn't recall having seen. The team scored 10 goals on 18 shots in the third quarter. To put this in perspective, the output matched the total number of goals Washington had scored in four quarters in a loss to Washington & Lee last Saturday. “Elizabethtown's goalie played well in the first half. We hit him a lot,” Shirk said Thursday afternoon.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 14, 2008
Tina Money scored the game-winner on a free position with 50 seconds left as the College of Notre Dame rallied from a six-goal deficit to earn its first win, 18-17, over visiting Goucher (1-3) yesterday. Anne Shippen led the Gators (1-2) with eight goals and two assists and Money finished with five. Goucher's Kate Knitter scored with seven goals. Frostburg State 19, Trinity 0 -- Lindsay Lamont had six points (two goals, four assists) for the host Bobcats (2-2). McDaniel 19, Catholic 13 -- Freshman Kelly Scheler (C. Milton Wright)
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | February 29, 2008
Eight players scored multiple goals in Villa Julie's 23-4 rout of visiting Wesley (0-1, 0-1 Capital Athletic Conference) yesterday. Megan Weiss, Jamie Jones, Brittany Connelly, Mandi Carr and Julie Olsen each scored three times. The Mustangs (1-1, 1-1) outshot Wesley 54-5. McDaniel 12, Elizabethtown 11 -- The Green Terror (1-0) got four goals and an assist from Brittany Baer in its win over the host Blue Jays (0-1). Bridgewater 18, Hood 2 -- Jayme Frost and Brandy Noel scored for the host Blazers (0-2)
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By From staff reports | March 2, 2007
Casey Paris had a hat trick in a losing effort for host Mount St. Mary's as the George Washington women's team claimed its fourth straight victory over the Mount, 14-7, yesterday. The Colonials (1-1) scored six of the first eight goals and never trailed. Kristen Karcsh led George Washington with six goals. Caitlin Carmen posted 11 saves for the Colonials while Jane Karger made 15 saves for Mount St. Mary's (0-1). McDaniel 8, Elizabethtown 7 -- Shaena Smith (South Carroll) scored with three seconds left to lift the host Green Terror (1-0)
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May 3, 2006
A.J. Farris, Joppatowne SPORT TRACK AND FIELD BOYS STATS -- Farris, a senior, is undefeated this year for Joppatowne in the 300-meter hurdles and has only lost once in the 110 hurdles. He also competes in the 400, 800 and 1,600 relays. SIDELINES -- Farris was a cornerback on the football team and a member of the Mariners' state championship team in 2003. He plays the keyboard at his church and for the Bethany gospel group. Farris will run track at Elizabethtown University next year.
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January 4, 2006
CALLIE OLIVEBITTNER, 80, of Cumberland, formerly of Curtis Bay, died Saturday, December 31, 2005. She was preceded in death by her husband, Frank A. Bittner, Sr. Callie retired from Johns Hopkins University Hospital and was a member of the St. Athanasius Catholic Church, Curtis Bay. Surviving are her daughter, Dolores Dowling and husband Guy, with whom she resided; two sons, Frank A. Bittner, Jr., Dorchester County, MD; and Michael A. Bittner and wife...
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