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By Mary Gail Hare, The Baltimore Sun | July 19, 2012
The lobby of the Hilton Baltimore Hotel was filled Thursday with firefighters, many of them in full turnout gear. But they were not on their way to fight a blaze; they were there to pay tribute to their fallen brethren. They would each ascend the hotel's 22 flights of stairs five times to simulate the 110 stories in the World Trade Center towers, where 343 New York City firefighters lost their lives on Sept. 11, 2001. "It is not that hard, when you know why you are doing it," said Jacob Zimmerman, 30, of Washington.
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By Mary Gail Hare, The Baltimore Sun | July 19, 2012
The lobby of the Hilton Baltimore Hotel was filled Thursday with firefighters, many of them in full turnout gear. But they were not on their way to fight a blaze; they were there to pay tribute to their fallen brethren. They would each ascend the hotel's 22 flights of stairs five times to simulate the 110 stories in the World Trade Center towers, where 343 New York City firefighters lost their lives on Sept. 11, 2001. "It is not that hard, when you know why you are doing it," said Jacob Zimmerman, 30, of Washington.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | November 21, 1998
Coppin State, playing its first game under coach Jennie Hall, defeated High Point, 64-60, last night at the Coppin Center behind 20 points and 10 rebounds from sophomore Kiesha Brooks.The Eagles appeared to have taken control of the game when Ayesha Dockery hit a pair of free throws to give the hosts a 59-49 lead with 3: 56 left in the game.But High Point went on an 8-0 run to trim the deficit to 59-57 with 2: 10 remaining.Villanova 54, UMES 45: Brandi Barnes scored 14 points and had eight rebounds as the host Wildcats won a first-round game in the Wildcat Classic.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | November 21, 1998
Coppin State, playing its first game under coach Jennie Hall, defeated High Point, 64-60, last night at the Coppin Center behind 20 points and 10 rebounds from sophomore Kiesha Brooks.The Eagles appeared to have taken control of the game when Ayesha Dockery hit a pair of free throws to give the hosts a 59-49 lead with 3: 56 left in the game.But High Point went on an 8-0 run to trim the deficit to 59-57 with 2: 10 remaining.Villanova 54, UMES 45: Brandi Barnes scored 14 points and had eight rebounds as the host Wildcats won a first-round game in the Wildcat Classic.
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November 10, 2011
Micayla Bowman , of Sykesville, has been selected to become a member of Frostburg State University's President's Leadership Circle. Through this group, FSU's top leaders will steward relevant causes through their proven capabilities in the classroom and community. Bowman is president of the Pre-Med Society, treasurer of Alpha Sigma Alpha sorority and a member of the Bobcat Ambassadors. She is a chemistry major and the daughter of Chuck and Cathy Bowman. Nathan Biondi , of Ellicott City, participated in Make A Difference Day on Oct. 22, the nation's largest day of community service.
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November 23, 1991
Jay Gangemi and Luke Busby scored 20 points each to lead Johns Hopkins over Albright, 79-63, in the first round of the Blue Jay Classic last night at Newton White Center.Frank Grzywacz added 10 rebounds and eight points for the Blue Jays (1-0), who led by eight at halftime.Albright (0-1) was led by Sean Minniear, who had game highs of 21 points and 13 rebounds. Mahlon Hayes added 19 points for the Lions.In the tournament final tonight at 8, Hopkins will face Hamilton, which defeated Grove City, 112-76.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | November 18, 1996
Heather Simon scored three times yesterday to lead Old Dominion to a 7-4 victory over Maryland in the second round of the NCAA field hockey tournament.The Monarchs (19-4) advance to the national semifinals to face Princeton on Saturday. Maryland got a pair of goals from both Christine DeBow and Lynsey McVicker.Heather Eastburn broke a 2-2 tie with 3: 22 left in the first half, and sparked a 5-2 Monarchs run that finished the game.Men's soccerGrove City 3, Frostburg State 1: Greg Kreutzberg scored twice, including the eventual game-winner with 8: 26 left in the game, as Grove City downed the Bobcats for the ECAC South Region championship.
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May 28, 2003
On May 24, 2003 MARIAN E. APPLEGATE (nee Mook) beloved wife of the late Raymond G. Applegate; dear sister of Wayne Mook of Grove City, PA. Also survived by several nieces and nephews. Friends may call at the family owned Ruck Towson Funeral Home, Inc., 1050 York Road (Beltway Exit 26A) on Wednesday from 4 to 7 p.m. A funeral service will be held in the Providence United Methodist Church, 1318 Providence Road, on Thursday at 11 a.m. Interment Meadowridge Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Alzheimer's Association, 1850 York Road, Suite D, Timonium, MD 21093.
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July 4, 2004
On Tuesday, June 29, 2004, FAY LAYTON GOUDY, 88, of Pensacola, FL. Fay was born in Grove City, P, October 9, 1915. She is survived by her loving husband of 62 years, Paul Ralph Goudy, originally of Baltimore, MD; daughter Catherine L. Ullman; and sons Paul R. Goudy Jr.; Thomas C. Goudy; Clay F.L. Goudy; and eight grandchildren, Dylan and Hannah Goudy; Alexandra and Gray Goudy; Nichola and Christina Goudy; Jennifer Dixon; and Jeffrey Ullman. Fay was a loving wife and mother who will be greatly missed.
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October 25, 2007
Louis Stephen Matte, a retired machinist and Columbia resident, died of lymphoma Saturday at Howard County General Hospital. He was 88. Mr. Matte was born in Farrell, Pa., and raised in Pittsburgh, Wyoming and Montana. He earned a bachelor's degree from Grove City College in Grove City, Pa., and during the Korean War was an Air Force sergeant. In 1953, Mr. Matte moved to York, Pa., where he worked for Sylvania Electric Co., which later became a part of Verizon. He retired in 1983. In York, he was a member of the Masons, Knights Templar and the Harrisburg Shriners.
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November 16, 2002
Olive Mable Dunnett, a retired church secretary who returned to college and earned her second bachelor's degree when she was 79, died of heart failure Nov. 9 at Homewood at Plum Creek retirement community in Hanover, Pa. A former Cockeysville resident, she was 92. Born Olive Mable Johnson in Glenfeld, Pa., she was raised in Sewickley, Pa., and graduated from high school there in 1929. She earned her bachelor's degree in commerce from Grove City College in Grove City, Pa., in 1936. She was married in 1938 to William G. Dunnett, an accountant.
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