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By PAT O'MALLEY and PAT O'MALLEY,Sun Reporter | January 31, 2007
Annapolis senior Zack Gassman is a team captain and first-time starter for the Panthers basketball team and is a starting defenseman in lacrosse. He is averaging 7.3 rebounds and 10 points per game. Gassman, 6 feet 4 and 185 pounds, had 13 points and 11 rebounds in the Panthers' 71-70 victory over then-No. 4 Broadneck last week that ended the Bruins' school-record 15-game winning streak and gave coach John Brady his 621st career win to tie the all-time metro-area record. What was it like knocking off Broadneck last week?
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By PAT O'MALLEY and PAT O'MALLEY,Sun Reporter | January 31, 2007
Annapolis senior Zack Gassman is a team captain and first-time starter for the Panthers basketball team and is a starting defenseman in lacrosse. He is averaging 7.3 rebounds and 10 points per game. Gassman, 6 feet 4 and 185 pounds, had 13 points and 11 rebounds in the Panthers' 71-70 victory over then-No. 4 Broadneck last week that ended the Bruins' school-record 15-game winning streak and gave coach John Brady his 621st career win to tie the all-time metro-area record. What was it like knocking off Broadneck last week?
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NEWS
February 4, 1995
A Business section article in some editions of The Sun yesterday incorrectly identified the employer of financial analyst Kenneth M. Gassman. Mr. Gassman works for Davenport & Co. in Richmond, Va.The Sun regrets the error.
NEWS
May 3, 2006
Zack Gassman, Annapolis SPORT LACROSSE BOYS STATS -- An outstanding junior defenseman for the Panthers, Gassman usually draws the opponents' leading scorer. Gassman, 6 feet 3 and 185 pounds, led his team with 77 ground balls going into this week's games. SIDELINES -- Gassman, who played his second year of varsity basketball last winter, will play in the Free State lacrosse showcase this summer in hopes of drawing interest from college coaches. Involved in the county's Baccalaureate program, Gassman posted a weighted grade point average of 5.00 in the last marking period and has a 4.3 cumulative GPA. He plans to major in engineering in college and plays the guitar in his leisure time.
NEWS
May 3, 2006
Zack Gassman, Annapolis SPORT LACROSSE BOYS STATS -- An outstanding junior defenseman for the Panthers, Gassman usually draws the opponents' leading scorer. Gassman, 6 feet 3 and 185 pounds, led his team with 77 ground balls going into this week's games. SIDELINES -- Gassman, who played his second year of varsity basketball last winter, will play in the Free State lacrosse showcase this summer in hopes of drawing interest from college coaches. Involved in the county's Baccalaureate program, Gassman posted a weighted grade point average of 5.00 in the last marking period and has a 4.3 cumulative GPA. He plans to major in engineering in college and plays the guitar in his leisure time.
NEWS
By Bill Talbott and Bill Talbott,Staff Writer | March 17, 1993
The death of a second Carroll County man has been attributed to the Blizzard of '93.Joseph P. Gassman, 68, of the 1800 block of Bollinger Road near Reese, complained of chest pains after shoveling snow at his home Monday afternoon. He was taken to Carroll County General Hospital, where he was pronounced dead about 5 p.m. of an apparent heart attack.Robert Leatherman, Mr. Gassman's son-in-law, said Mr. Gassman came into the house after shoveling snow, said he had pains in his chest and took a nap for about an hour.
BUSINESS
By M. William Salganik and M. William Salganik,SUN STAFF | June 12, 1997
In another effort to differentiate itself from Home Depot and other giants that have cut into its business, Hechinger Co. will try out two "super-hardware stores" this fall in its smaller locations in Rockville and Wheaton.Clark McClelland, executive vice president, said yesterday that the stores will be converted to put more emphasis on hardware and tools and less on building materials, and will operate under a different name.Already this spring, Hechinger is testing a store oriented to home decorating under the Better Spaces name in Albany, N.Y.Kenneth Gassman, an analyst at Davenport & Co. in Richmond, Va., said Hechinger is only one of the smaller home-improvement retailers trying to break out of the pack.
BUSINESS
By Jay Hancock and Jay Hancock,Sun Staff Writer | February 3, 1995
A Business section article in some editions of The Sun yesterday incorrectly identified the employer of financial analyst Kenneth M. Gassman. Mr. Gassman works for Davenport & Co. in Richmond, Va.The Sun regrets the error.Jos. A. Bank Clothiers Inc. knitted up its raveled revenue last quarter, boosting same-store sales by a robust 8.2 percent when other menswear retailers struggled.The strong results for the three months ended Jan. 28 contrasted sharply with those of Bank's previous quarter, when same-store sales fell by 7.6 percent, causing the company's stock price to slip from $5.75 per share to the $4 range.
BUSINESS
By Liz Bowie and Liz Bowie,SUN STAFF | August 7, 1997
Hechinger Co. said yesterday that it has signed an agreement to sell up to seven of its Michigan stores to a warehouse retailer.The stores, which have been some of the company's worst performing, would be sold to Costco Companies Inc. as real estate, with their inventory liquidated.The announcement came less than a month after the investment banking firm of Leonard Green & Partners of Los Angeles said it would buy the 117-store Hechinger chain and merge it with Kmart's Builders Square."It generates $60 million in ready cash, and it gets Hechinger out of a far-flung market where they didn't do well," said Kenneth Gassman, an analyst with Davenport & Co. in Richmond.
BUSINESS
By Lorraine Mirabella and Lorraine Mirabella,SUN STAFF | December 4, 1999
Coming out of a disappointing late summer and early fall season, Jos. A. Bank Clothiers Inc. has managed to reverse a sales slump -- at least for the first month of the fourth quarter, the men's specialty retailer said yesterday.During November, sales at stores open at least a year rose 5.7 percent, the Hampstead chain reported. Total sales increased 9 percent to $18.9 million, compared with $17.3 million in November 1998.Those gains follow a third quarter in which sales fell 6.2 percent at locations open at least a year and total sales dipped 1.9 percent.
BUSINESS
By Lorraine Mirabella and Lorraine Mirabella,SUN STAFF | December 4, 1999
Coming out of a disappointing late summer and early fall season, Jos. A. Bank Clothiers Inc. has managed to reverse a sales slump -- at least for the first month of the fourth quarter, the men's specialty retailer said yesterday.During November, sales at stores open at least a year rose 5.7 percent, the Hampstead chain reported. Total sales increased 9 percent to $18.9 million, compared with $17.3 million in November 1998.Those gains follow a third quarter in which sales fell 6.2 percent at locations open at least a year and total sales dipped 1.9 percent.
BUSINESS
By Lorraine Mirabella and Lorraine Mirabella,SUN STAFF | May 22, 1999
Timothy F. Finley, the chairman and chief executive officer of Jos. A. Bank Clothiers Inc. credited with reviving the once-foundering men's apparel retailer, stepped down yesterday after 8 1/2 years.Finley, 55, known for turning struggling companies around, retired, the Hampstead-based company said. He will continue to work for Bank as a consultant.Andrew A. Giordano, 66, a Bank director since 1994 and head of the board of directors' executive committee since 1995, has taken over temporarily while the board searches for a replacement.
BUSINESS
By Liz Bowie and Liz Bowie,SUN STAFF | August 7, 1997
Hechinger Co. said yesterday that it has signed an agreement to sell up to seven of its Michigan stores to a warehouse retailer.The stores, which have been some of the company's worst performing, would be sold to Costco Companies Inc. as real estate, with their inventory liquidated.The announcement came less than a month after the investment banking firm of Leonard Green & Partners of Los Angeles said it would buy the 117-store Hechinger chain and merge it with Kmart's Builders Square."It generates $60 million in ready cash, and it gets Hechinger out of a far-flung market where they didn't do well," said Kenneth Gassman, an analyst with Davenport & Co. in Richmond.
BUSINESS
By M. William Salganik and M. William Salganik,SUN STAFF | June 12, 1997
In another effort to differentiate itself from Home Depot and other giants that have cut into its business, Hechinger Co. will try out two "super-hardware stores" this fall in its smaller locations in Rockville and Wheaton.Clark McClelland, executive vice president, said yesterday that the stores will be converted to put more emphasis on hardware and tools and less on building materials, and will operate under a different name.Already this spring, Hechinger is testing a store oriented to home decorating under the Better Spaces name in Albany, N.Y.Kenneth Gassman, an analyst at Davenport & Co. in Richmond, Va., said Hechinger is only one of the smaller home-improvement retailers trying to break out of the pack.
NEWS
February 4, 1995
A Business section article in some editions of The Sun yesterday incorrectly identified the employer of financial analyst Kenneth M. Gassman. Mr. Gassman works for Davenport & Co. in Richmond, Va.The Sun regrets the error.
BUSINESS
By Jay Hancock and Jay Hancock,Sun Staff Writer | February 3, 1995
A Business section article in some editions of The Sun yesterday incorrectly identified the employer of financial analyst Kenneth M. Gassman. Mr. Gassman works for Davenport & Co. in Richmond, Va.The Sun regrets the error.Jos. A. Bank Clothiers Inc. knitted up its raveled revenue last quarter, boosting same-store sales by a robust 8.2 percent when other menswear retailers struggled.The strong results for the three months ended Jan. 28 contrasted sharply with those of Bank's previous quarter, when same-store sales fell by 7.6 percent, causing the company's stock price to slip from $5.75 per share to the $4 range.
BUSINESS
By Lorraine Mirabella and Lorraine Mirabella,SUN STAFF | May 22, 1999
Timothy F. Finley, the chairman and chief executive officer of Jos. A. Bank Clothiers Inc. credited with reviving the once-foundering men's apparel retailer, stepped down yesterday after 8 1/2 years.Finley, 55, known for turning struggling companies around, retired, the Hampstead-based company said. He will continue to work for Bank as a consultant.Andrew A. Giordano, 66, a Bank director since 1994 and head of the board of directors' executive committee since 1995, has taken over temporarily while the board searches for a replacement.
BUSINESS
By Michael Dresser and Michael Dresser,Staff Writer | August 24, 1993
Analyst calls time right for apparel stocksIf Kenneth M. Gassman Jr.'s hunch is correct, the threadbare American consumer will be donning plenty of new apparel this holiday season -- giving retailers a season to be jolly despite prevailing Scrooge-like sentiments.Recent consumer-confidence surveys have shown Americans more pessimistic than at any time since last year. But the veteran retail analyst with Davenport & Co. of Virginia strongly recommends that investors place their bets on the struggling apparel sector -- from retailer through manufacturer.
BUSINESS
By Michael Dresser and Michael Dresser,Staff Writer | August 24, 1993
Analyst calls time right for apparel stocksIf Kenneth M. Gassman Jr.'s hunch is correct, the threadbare American consumer will be donning plenty of new apparel this holiday season -- giving retailers a season to be jolly despite prevailing Scrooge-like sentiments.Recent consumer-confidence surveys have shown Americans more pessimistic than at any time since last year. But the veteran retail analyst with Davenport & Co. of Virginia strongly recommends that investors place their bets on the struggling apparel sector -- from retailer through manufacturer.
NEWS
By Bill Talbott and Bill Talbott,Staff Writer | March 17, 1993
The death of a second Carroll County man has been attributed to the Blizzard of '93.Joseph P. Gassman, 68, of the 1800 block of Bollinger Road near Reese, complained of chest pains after shoveling snow at his home Monday afternoon. He was taken to Carroll County General Hospital, where he was pronounced dead about 5 p.m. of an apparent heart attack.Robert Leatherman, Mr. Gassman's son-in-law, said Mr. Gassman came into the house after shoveling snow, said he had pains in his chest and took a nap for about an hour.
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