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May 14, 2005
On May 13, 2005, GRAHAM DIJON ENGLEMAN JR.; beloved husband of Dorothy Engleman; devoted father of Sherry Sowers and Graham Dijon Engleman, III; loving grandfather of Jessica Sowers; cherished son of Leona Engleman; brother of Donald Engleman. A Memorial Service will be held on Sunday, May 15, at 4 P.M. in CAFA, Stephen D. Lohrmann, PA, 8717 Green Pastures Drive, Towson. In lieu of flowers, memorials in Mr. Engleman's name to the Oncology Unit, Johns Hopkins Hospital, 600 North Wolfe Street, Baltimore, MD 21287.
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May 14, 2005
On May 13, 2005, GRAHAM DIJON ENGLEMAN JR.; beloved husband of Dorothy Engleman; devoted father of Sherry Sowers and Graham Dijon Engleman, III; loving grandfather of Jessica Sowers; cherished son of Leona Engleman; brother of Donald Engleman. A Memorial Service will be held on Sunday, May 15, at 4 P.M. in CAFA, Stephen D. Lohrmann, PA, 8717 Green Pastures Drive, Towson. In lieu of flowers, memorials in Mr. Engleman's name to the Oncology Unit, Johns Hopkins Hospital, 600 North Wolfe Street, Baltimore, MD 21287.
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SPORTS
By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,Staff Writer | April 18, 1993
Christa Engleman joked about the condition of her right arm after yesterday's Centennial Softball Tournament. But after the way the IND pitcher treated Centennial and Seton Keough, her opponents probably were not amused.Engleman threw a four-hitter to lead the Indians past Centennial, 3-1 in the semifinals. Ninety minutes later, she watched her offense give her an early 14-0 lead, then did her part by pitching a no-hitter, as IND (3-3) cruised, 15-2, over Seton Keough to win the tournament.
NEWS
By Joshua Robin and Rocco Parascandola and Joshua Robin and Rocco Parascandola,NEWSDAY | October 18, 2003
NEW YORK - Investigators are looking into the possibility that Assistant Capt. Richard Smith may have blacked out for as much as half of the 25-minute ferry trip from Manhattan to Staten Island. If Smith had been incapacitated for that long, officials speculate, it would mean Capt. Michael Gansas either was in the pilot house but powerless to act for about 10 minutes, or that he was nowhere near the pilot house where Smith was guiding the boat. By the time the Andrew J. Barberi reached Staten Island, the boat was off-course by more than four football fields.
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By Richard Irwin and Richard Irwin,Staff Writer | May 29, 1992
...rTC A man who stood on the tracks and turned his back to an oncoming train was struck and critically injured in Lutherville last night in the first pedestrian mishap along the Mass Transit Administration's new Central Light Rail line.MTA Police Chief Larry Engleman said the 36-year-old Lutherville man, whose name was withheld, stepped out of a wooded area on the east side of the rail line south of Seminary Avenue about 9:30 p.m. The man appeared to make no effort to get out of the northbound train's path before it struck and threw him to the side of the tracks, Chief Engleman said.
NEWS
April 6, 1992
A light-rail train heading to the new downtown stadium struck the door of a car parked along Dolphin Street yesterday afternoon, shattering its window but causing no injury.Lawrence M. Engleman, Mass Transit Administration safety director, said the driver of a 1981 Buick parked along Dolphin Street near Howard Street was opening the car's door as the train approached from behind.The train's operator slowed but could not stop in time, Mr. Engleman said.L The impact dented the door and caused the window to shatter.
NEWS
By Richard Irwin and David Michael Ettlin and Richard Irwin and David Michael Ettlin,Staff Writers | May 29, 1992
A Baltimore County man remained in serious condition today after being the first pedestrian hit on the Mass Transit Administration's Central Light Rail line.The man apparently had stood on the tracks and turned his back to an oncoming train when he was hit last night in Lutherville.Baltimore County police said the victim's family reported he had been depressed and talked of taking his own life.MTA Police Chief Larry M. Engleman said John J. Szymanski, 36, of the 8200 block of Jeffers Circle in Ridervale, a small community across the Beltway and south of Lutherville, stepped out of a wooded area on the east side of the rail line south of Seminary Avenue about 9:30 p.m. The man appeared to make no effort to get out of the northbound train's path before it struck and threw him to the side of the tracks, Chief Engleman said.
NEWS
July 29, 1995
Christian Engleman Jr.Navy captainCapt. Christian L. Engleman Jr., a retired Navy electronics specialist who was credited with giving SONAR its name, died July 20 of complications from cancer at the Fort Vancouver Convalescent Center in Vancouver, Wash. He was 89 and had lived in Washington, D.C., and Arlington, Va.During World War II, he was serving with the Navy Bureau of Ships Electronics Installation and Maintenance Branch when he suggested the name SONAR to his former Harvard University professor Theodore Hunt, the developer of the underwater sound technique that was used in anti-submarine warfare.
SPORTS
By Kevin Eck and Kevin Eck,Contributing Writer | May 12, 1993
Before yesterday, Archbishop Spalding had won four straight Catholic League tournament titles, all of which came at the expense of the Institute of Notre Dame.IND senior pitcher Christa Engleman had been there for three, so she was determined not to let a few ailments prevent her from pitching against the second-ranked and top-seeded Cavaliers in yesterday's championship game.Engleman, playing with strep throat, sinus and ear infections and a large blister on her left foot, pitched a four-hitter to lead No. 5 and second-seeded IND to a 2-0 upset of Spalding at McDonogh.
NEWS
By Joshua Robin and Rocco Parascandola and Joshua Robin and Rocco Parascandola,NEWSDAY | October 18, 2003
NEW YORK - Investigators are looking into the possibility that Assistant Capt. Richard Smith may have blacked out for as much as half of the 25-minute ferry trip from Manhattan to Staten Island. If Smith had been incapacitated for that long, officials speculate, it would mean Capt. Michael Gansas either was in the pilot house but powerless to act for about 10 minutes, or that he was nowhere near the pilot house where Smith was guiding the boat. By the time the Andrew J. Barberi reached Staten Island, the boat was off-course by more than four football fields.
NEWS
July 29, 1995
Christian Engleman Jr.Navy captainCapt. Christian L. Engleman Jr., a retired Navy electronics specialist who was credited with giving SONAR its name, died July 20 of complications from cancer at the Fort Vancouver Convalescent Center in Vancouver, Wash. He was 89 and had lived in Washington, D.C., and Arlington, Va.During World War II, he was serving with the Navy Bureau of Ships Electronics Installation and Maintenance Branch when he suggested the name SONAR to his former Harvard University professor Theodore Hunt, the developer of the underwater sound technique that was used in anti-submarine warfare.
SPORTS
By Kevin Eck | June 4, 1993
* PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Christa Engleman, IND, senior pitcher -- Engleman had been regarded as one of the area's top pitchers during the past three seasons, but one victory eluded her: a win over Archbishop Spalding in the Catholic League championship game. She rectified that this season, pitching a four-hit shutout in the Indians' 2-0 title victory over the Cavaliers. Engleman went 14-3 -- winning her last 13 decisions -- with a 0.86 ERA. She struck out 129 and gave up 57 hits in 105 2/3 innings.
SPORTS
By Kevin Eck and Kevin Eck,Contributing Writer | May 12, 1993
Before yesterday, Archbishop Spalding had won four straight Catholic League tournament titles, all of which came at the expense of the Institute of Notre Dame.IND senior pitcher Christa Engleman had been there for three, so she was determined not to let a few ailments prevent her from pitching against the second-ranked and top-seeded Cavaliers in yesterday's championship game.Engleman, playing with strep throat, sinus and ear infections and a large blister on her left foot, pitched a four-hitter to lead No. 5 and second-seeded IND to a 2-0 upset of Spalding at McDonogh.
SPORTS
By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,Staff Writer | April 18, 1993
Christa Engleman joked about the condition of her right arm after yesterday's Centennial Softball Tournament. But after the way the IND pitcher treated Centennial and Seton Keough, her opponents probably were not amused.Engleman threw a four-hitter to lead the Indians past Centennial, 3-1 in the semifinals. Ninety minutes later, she watched her offense give her an early 14-0 lead, then did her part by pitching a no-hitter, as IND (3-3) cruised, 15-2, over Seton Keough to win the tournament.
NEWS
By Richard Irwin and Richard Irwin,Staff Writer | May 29, 1992
...rTC A man who stood on the tracks and turned his back to an oncoming train was struck and critically injured in Lutherville last night in the first pedestrian mishap along the Mass Transit Administration's new Central Light Rail line.MTA Police Chief Larry Engleman said the 36-year-old Lutherville man, whose name was withheld, stepped out of a wooded area on the east side of the rail line south of Seminary Avenue about 9:30 p.m. The man appeared to make no effort to get out of the northbound train's path before it struck and threw him to the side of the tracks, Chief Engleman said.
NEWS
By Richard Irwin and David Michael Ettlin and Richard Irwin and David Michael Ettlin,Staff Writers | May 29, 1992
A Baltimore County man remained in serious condition today after being the first pedestrian hit on the Mass Transit Administration's Central Light Rail line.The man apparently had stood on the tracks and turned his back to an oncoming train when he was hit last night in Lutherville.Baltimore County police said the victim's family reported he had been depressed and talked of taking his own life.MTA Police Chief Larry M. Engleman said John J. Szymanski, 36, of the 8200 block of Jeffers Circle in Ridervale, a small community across the Beltway and south of Lutherville, stepped out of a wooded area on the east side of the rail line south of Seminary Avenue about 9:30 p.m. The man appeared to make no effort to get out of the northbound train's path before it struck and threw him to the side of the tracks, Chief Engleman said.
SPORTS
By Kevin Eck | June 4, 1993
* PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Christa Engleman, IND, senior pitcher -- Engleman had been regarded as one of the area's top pitchers during the past three seasons, but one victory eluded her: a win over Archbishop Spalding in the Catholic League championship game. She rectified that this season, pitching a four-hit shutout in the Indians' 2-0 title victory over the Cavaliers. Engleman went 14-3 -- winning her last 13 decisions -- with a 0.86 ERA. She struck out 129 and gave up 57 hits in 105 2/3 innings.
NEWS
April 6, 1992
A light-rail train heading to the new downtown stadium struck the door of a car parked along Dolphin Street yesterday afternoon, shattering its window but causing no injury.Lawrence M. Engleman, Mass Transit Administration safety director, said the driver of a 1981 Buick parked along Dolphin Street near Howard Street was opening the car's door as the train approached from behind.The train's operator slowed but could not stop in time, Mr. Engleman said.L The impact dented the door and caused the window to shatter.
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