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By KNIGHT-RIDDER NEWS SERVICE | November 3, 1995
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. -- Penn State all-America receiver Bobby Engram injured a hand at practice early this week but is expected to play in tomorrow's Big Ten Conference game against sixth-ranked Northwestern in Evanston, Ill.A university spokesman said the injury did not require a cast.
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By Aaron Wilson, The Baltimore Sun | March 30, 2014
The Ravens are performing plenty of due diligence on Indiana wide receiver Cody Latimer. Wide receivers coach Bobby Engram is traveling to the Hoosiers' Bloomington campus to conduct a private workout for Latimer, according to a league source. Latimer also has a private workout for the Seattle Seahawks and is regarded as a rising draft prospect with six official predraft visits, per the source. The Ravens attended Latimer's Pro Day workout where he ran the 40-yard dash unofficially today in 4.39 and 4.43 seconds and had a 39-inch vertical leap.
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By KEN MURRAY and KEN MURRAY,SUN STAFF | October 6, 1995
In the wake of Penn State's first loss in two years, and in the middle of a players-only team meeting this week, Bobby Engram talked about confronting adversity.It is a subject for which Penn State's All-America split end is most qualified.Four years ago, Engram had to deal with the sudden loss of his father, Simon Engram, killed in an accident back home in Camden, S.C.Three years ago, he had to deal with his dismissal from the university after being charged with burglary, theft and receiving stolen property -- a stereo -- from a State College apartment.
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By CHILDS WALKER | December 20, 2007
So we come to a close. With fantasy championship games unfolding this weekend, it's safe to label this another mystifying, frustrating and, of course, entertaining season of pretend football. We've learned that, given a few dangerous receivers, Tom Brady is just as much a statistical juggernaut as Peyton Manning. We've learned that Tony Romo is for real and that Marvin Harrison isn't immune to poor fortune. We've learned that injury, age and shaky line play can undercut even the most reliable runners.
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By Brent Jones | December 22, 1999
The Blast selected UMBC midfielder Ty Engram with its territorial pick in the National Professional Soccer League's amateur draft yesterday.The team used its first-round pick to acquire Clemson goalkeeper Josh Campbell, and its third-round pick on Wake Forest defender Chad Evans. Clemson defender Alan Woods was taken with the team's final pick in the fourth round. The Blast did not have a second-round pick.Engram was selected for the All-South Atlantic regional team, and is an All-American Honorable Mention.
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By SARA ENGRAM | April 17, 1994
Babies. Around the world they elicit oohs and ahs and coos, the ancient and universal language of the human species admiring its future.Sara Engram is editorial-page director of The Evening Sun.
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By SARA ENGRAM | August 27, 1995
Bert Booth joined when ''all my kids had measles and I couldn't stand it any longer.''Sara Engram is editorial-page director of The Evening Sun.
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By SARA ENGRAM | July 31, 1994
It has become a mantra. Ask a candidate what's on voters' minds and the answer always includes crime.Sara Engram is editorial-page director of The Evening Sun.
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By SARA ENGRAM | January 29, 1995
Don't call members of AmeriCorps volunteers. As anyone connected to the program is quick to point out, they're full-time workers. You won't find many ''volunteers'' who spend 40 hours a week or more on the job.Sara Engram is editorial-page director of The Evening Sun.
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By SARA ENGRAM | March 26, 1995
It's pay-back time in the House of Representatives. Trouble is, increasing numbers of Americans are beginning to suspect the pay-back is aimed at them.Sara Engram is editorial-page director of The Evening Sun.
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By JULIE BYKOWICZ and JULIE BYKOWICZ,SUN REPORTER | February 8, 2006
Relatives of a grandmother and two children who were killed in a crash near Morgan State University filed a $12 million lawsuit yesterday against the man who plowed into the family's parked car, the shuttle company that employed him and the rental agency that leased the company its vans. Meechae D. Williams, 4, her cousin, Dominick L. Fowlkes Jr., 7, and their grandmother, Evelyn L. Engram, died May 3, 2004, when a speeding shuttle van driven by a man whose blood-alcohol level was nearly double the legal limit hit their car in the 4800 block of Hillen Road.
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By Scott Waldman and Scott Waldman,SUN STAFF | July 10, 2004
A Baltimore man turned himself in to police yesterday to face vehicular manslaughter charges for a May traffic accident in Northeast Baltimore that sheared a Kia Sophia nearly in half and left three members of one family dead. Michael William Anderson Jr., 31, of the 4300 block of Harford Road, was denied bail during a brief court hearing yesterday afternoon. "I've never been in trouble in my life, and I don't plan on getting in trouble again," Anderson told a judge. His bail review hearing will resume Monday, when his defense attorney is expected to be present.
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By Laurie Willis and Laurie Willis,SUN STAFF | May 6, 2004
As a Baltimore family plans to bury three of its members who died after a car crash Monday night, a spokeswoman for the city state's attorney's office said it could be "weeks to months" before charges are lodged against the driver who police say caused the crash. Yesterday, Margaret T. Burns, the spokeswoman, could not say whether the driver - who police said was believed to have been under the influence of alcohol - would face homicide charges. "We need toxicology reports, street measures, diagrams as to how the accident occurred," Burns said.
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By Laurie Willis and Laurie Willis,SUN STAFF | May 5, 2004
Family members say Evelyn "Ale" Engram, 48, and her granddaughter, Meechea Williams, 4, were always together. Williams had taken care of Meechea since birth, and when the girl turned 4 on Sunday, Williams was at her birthday party at a Towson skating rink. On Monday night, Engram and her granddaughter died after a speeding van crashed into their car parked on Hillen Road in Northeast Baltimore. Last night, Engram's 8-year-old great-nephew Dominick Fowlkes, who was with them in the car, died at Johns Hopkins Hospital's pediatric intensive care unit.
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By Sara Engram and Sara Engram,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | August 27, 2003
Driving through Georgia at the height of peach season, we stopped for gas and refreshments. From a huge array of cold beverages, my 11-year-old passed over the sodas in favor of a smallish bottle of Looza peach nectar, inspired, no doubt, by the basket of ripe beauties in the back of the car. The only problem was the size. It seemed those 6.7 ounces went down in one big gulp, followed by a plea for more. We've been on the lookout for peach nectar ever since. The other day we discovered it at the grocery store in a large 1-liter bottle, which has allowed us a chance to experiment and prompted a closer look at other peach-flavored sips.
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By Sara Engram | October 31, 2001
Getting a grip If your trash bag is forever falling into your trash can, check out Hefty's new "Gripper," a 13-gallon trash bag made with a "Stretch and Grip Top," an elasticized drawstring designed to stretch over the trash can and grip it tightly. The Gripper comes in a 48-count box at a suggested price of $5.43. A 20-count package sells for a suggested price of $3.88. Yogurt treat for holiday Dannon suggests an easy treat using its Sprinkl'ins yogurt with color-changing crystals -- which, in the Halloween version, will change vanilla yogurt from white to black or orange: Crumble 2 vanilla wafers into a wide parfait glass or cup. Spread half the yogurt over the cookies, then sprinkle with the crystals.
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By SARA ENGRAM | March 27, 1994
It's hard to get good answers unless you ask good questions. But without good answers, it's impossible to craft sound public policies. Even with them, it's often an uphill battle.Sara Engram is editorial-page director of The Evening Sun.
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By SARA ENGRAM | May 7, 1995
In 1971, the second White House Conference on Aging convened amid an air of possibility. Life was far from golden for many of America's senior citizens, but delegates to the conference retained a deep faith that government could make it better.Sara Engram is editorial-page director of The Evening Sun.
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By Sara Engram | October 17, 2001
Recipes wanted This holiday season, many families will be taking extra comfort in familiar rituals, including baking cookies and other treats. Once again, The Sun is looking for your favorite cookie recipes. We will publish about a dozen of the best ones in early December. Our categories are: Best Chocolate Cookie, Best Nut and/or Fruit Cookie, Best Cookie for Santa, Best Quick Cookie, Best Classic Cookie and Best Cookie to Give. Send your typed or printed recipes with your name, address and daytime phone number by Nov. 1 to Sara Engram, The Sun, 501 N. Calvert St., Baltimore, MD 21278, or fax to 410-783-2519 or e-mail to food@baltsun.
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September 26, 2001
For the tailgate feast With the return of football, the fall tailgating season is officially under way, and Hot Sauce Harry's stands ready to fire up your pre-game feast. The Texas-based company is offering officially licensed NFL TailGate PartyPacks for each of the 32 NFL teams. The Ravens PartyPack includes a 5-ounce bottle of medium-heat cayenne hot sauce, a 16-ounce jar of medium-heat chunky picante salsa and a 16-ounce jar of sweet and smoky barbecue sauce. Each bottle carries the Baltimore Ravens logo.
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