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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Staff Writer | March 19, 1993
In the space of 12 months, Trevor Halverson has progressed from an AHL rookie who was unsure of himself to a Skipjacks leader.A native of Ontario and then barely 20 years old, Halverson came to the Skipjacks last season out of junior hockey in Canada and was shocked that he had so much to learn."
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February 24, 2008
On February 21, 2008, Mildred B. Gianzanti, beloved wife of Anthony J. Gianzanti, devoted mother of Gloria Brown and her late husband Thomas Brown Sr., Carol Ercole and her husband Carl, Anthony W. Gianzanti and his wife Patty and Elaine Lowder and her husband Greg. Loving grandmother of seven grandchildren and four great grandchildren. Dear sister of Ester Lunetta, Lillian Halverson and the late Bill and Ed Danowicz. Friends may call at the Leonard J. Ruck Inc. Funeral Home, 5305 Harford Road, (at Echodale)
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Staff Writer | January 3, 1993
A stretch in the low minors did wonders for the Skipjacks' Trevor Halverson.Back after scoring seven goals in nine games for the Hampton Roads Admirals of the East Coast Hockey League, Halverson has four goals in as many games for the Skipjacks. He had two in the Skipjacks' 4-4 tie with the Rochester Americans yesterday before 1,561 at the Baltimore Arena."This has boosted my confidence," said Halverson, 21, a native of Ontario. "Since Christmas, I've started putting the puck in the net. The Hampton experience helped.
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April 8, 2006
on April 6, 2006, Shirley H. (nee Horvitz); loving wife of the late Seymour Winner; devoted and loving mother of Jody W. Ginsberg of Owings Mills, MD and DR. Jay Winner of Santa Barbara, CA; devoted mother-in-law of David Ginsberg and Dr. Dana Halverson Winner; devoted sister of late Florence Ginsberg; loving grandmother of Jennifer S. and Jillian M. Ginsberg, Samuel H. and Zachary H. Winner; loving Aunt of Harriett Holzman. Services at SOL LEVINSON & BROS., INC., 8900 Reisterstown Road at Mt. Wilson Lane, on Friday, April 7th at 12 noon.
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January 29, 2004
On January 26, 2004, FRANK NEAL SIBLEY, beloved husband of Marian Halverson Sibley, devoted father of Donald and Arlene Sibley. Also survived by four grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. A Memorial Service will be held Thursday 10 A.M. at Ascension Lutheran Church, 7601 York Road. A reception will follow at the church. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to the Shriners Children's Hospital, c/o of Boumi Temple, 5050 King Avenue, Balto., MD 21237. Arrangements by the family owned Mitchell-Wiedefeld Funeral Home Inc.
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By Frank D. Roylance and Frank D. Roylance,SUN STAFF | September 18, 2003
For decades Americans have flocked to the cities and beaches of the Atlantic and Gulf coasts, setting up homes, resorts and businesses like pins in a bowling alley. Hurricanes such as Isabel are the bowling balls, and scientists such as Jeffrey B. Halverson spend their lives trying to understand them so forecasters can better predict where each will strike. With millions of lives and billions of dollars in property at stake, plus an unprecedented set of tools at scientists' displosal, Halverson says, Isabel "is probably going to be one of the best-studied storms in history."
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By Larry Bump and Larry Bump,Special to The Evening Sun | December 23, 1991
ROCHESTER, N.Y. -- The goalies dress in a room that is even smaller than the cramped visitors' dressing room in the bowels of the Rochester War Memorial.That gave Olaf Kolzig, who had the night off, plenty of opportunity to commiserate with Jim Hrivnak, the losing goalie in the Skipjacks' 6-4 setback to the Rochester Americans last night."I told him that was the most unbelievable period of hockey I've ever seen," said Kolzig.Hrivnak was more concerned with the Southern Division leaders' fourth consecutive loss, to the last-place team no less, than with his ill fortune.
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By Larry Bump and Larry Bump,Special to The Sun | December 23, 1991
ROCHESTER, N.Y. -- The goalies dress in a room that is even smaller than the cramped visitors' dressing room in the bowels of the Rochester War Memorial.That gave Olaf Kolzig, who had the night off, plenty of opportunity to commiserate with Jim Hrivnak, the losing goalie in the Baltimore Skipjacks' 6-4 loss to the Rochester Americans last night."I told him that was the most unbelievable period of hockey I've ever seen," said Kolzig.Hrivnak was more concerned with the Southern Division leaders' fourth consecutive loss, to the last-place team no less, than with his ill fortune.
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April 8, 2006
on April 6, 2006, Shirley H. (nee Horvitz); loving wife of the late Seymour Winner; devoted and loving mother of Jody W. Ginsberg of Owings Mills, MD and DR. Jay Winner of Santa Barbara, CA; devoted mother-in-law of David Ginsberg and Dr. Dana Halverson Winner; devoted sister of late Florence Ginsberg; loving grandmother of Jennifer S. and Jillian M. Ginsberg, Samuel H. and Zachary H. Winner; loving Aunt of Harriett Holzman. Services at SOL LEVINSON & BROS., INC., 8900 Reisterstown Road at Mt. Wilson Lane, on Friday, April 7th at 12 noon.
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February 24, 2008
On February 21, 2008, Mildred B. Gianzanti, beloved wife of Anthony J. Gianzanti, devoted mother of Gloria Brown and her late husband Thomas Brown Sr., Carol Ercole and her husband Carl, Anthony W. Gianzanti and his wife Patty and Elaine Lowder and her husband Greg. Loving grandmother of seven grandchildren and four great grandchildren. Dear sister of Ester Lunetta, Lillian Halverson and the late Bill and Ed Danowicz. Friends may call at the Leonard J. Ruck Inc. Funeral Home, 5305 Harford Road, (at Echodale)
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January 29, 2004
On January 26, 2004, FRANK NEAL SIBLEY, beloved husband of Marian Halverson Sibley, devoted father of Donald and Arlene Sibley. Also survived by four grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. A Memorial Service will be held Thursday 10 A.M. at Ascension Lutheran Church, 7601 York Road. A reception will follow at the church. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to the Shriners Children's Hospital, c/o of Boumi Temple, 5050 King Avenue, Balto., MD 21237. Arrangements by the family owned Mitchell-Wiedefeld Funeral Home Inc.
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By Frank D. Roylance and Frank D. Roylance,SUN STAFF | September 18, 2003
For decades Americans have flocked to the cities and beaches of the Atlantic and Gulf coasts, setting up homes, resorts and businesses like pins in a bowling alley. Hurricanes such as Isabel are the bowling balls, and scientists such as Jeffrey B. Halverson spend their lives trying to understand them so forecasters can better predict where each will strike. With millions of lives and billions of dollars in property at stake, plus an unprecedented set of tools at scientists' displosal, Halverson says, Isabel "is probably going to be one of the best-studied storms in history."
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September 25, 1999
BaseballAstros: Purchased the contract of P Joe Slusarski from Triple-A New Orleans.Brewers: Activated P Jeff D'Amico. Fired assistant GM Fred Stanley and scouting director Ken Califano.Reds: Activated 1B Hal Morris.Rockies: OF John Cangelosi retired.BasketballMavericks: Named Kiki Vandeweghe assistant coach.CollegeAmerica East: Named Boston University's Allison Merkle (Catholic) women's soccer Rookie of the Week.Loyola: Brianne Higgins and Kristin Longo were named to first-team collegiate honor roll by US Rowing.
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By Brian Fishman and Brian Fishman,Staff Writer | June 25, 1993
QUEBEC CITY -- The Washington Capitals came out of yesterday's NHL expansion draft in pretty much the same shape they entered it.And that's exactly the way general manager David Poile wanted it.Poile left slim pickings for Anaheim and Florida when he traded Reggie Savage, Paul MacDermid and Paul Cavallini on Sunday. The expansion clubs' enthusiasm -- or lack of it -- was evident as the draft unfolded at the Octave-Cremazie Hall of the Grand Theatre. The Capitals lost no one off their 1992-93 roster, and were the second-to-last team to have a player selected.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Staff Writer | April 16, 1993
BINGHAMTON, N.Y. -- If he were a betting man, Barry Trotz said, he probably wouldn't put a nickel on his Skipjacks. Instead, he'd bet the farm on the Binghamton Rangers."
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Staff Writer | March 19, 1993
In the space of 12 months, Trevor Halverson has progressed from an AHL rookie who was unsure of himself to a Skipjacks leader.A native of Ontario and then barely 20 years old, Halverson came to the Skipjacks last season out of junior hockey in Canada and was shocked that he had so much to learn."
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By Brian Fishman and Brian Fishman,Staff Writer | June 25, 1993
QUEBEC CITY -- The Washington Capitals came out of yesterday's NHL expansion draft in pretty much the same shape they entered it.And that's exactly the way general manager David Poile wanted it.Poile left slim pickings for Anaheim and Florida when he traded Reggie Savage, Paul MacDermid and Paul Cavallini on Sunday. The expansion clubs' enthusiasm -- or lack of it -- was evident as the draft unfolded at the Octave-Cremazie Hall of the Grand Theatre. The Capitals lost no one off their 1992-93 roster, and were the second-to-last team to have a player selected.
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By Nestor Aparicio and Nestor Aparicio,Evening Sun Staff | November 6, 1991
Ever since he came to the Skipjacks in an offseason trade with Winnipeg, center Simon Wheeldon has preached the power of the power play.Never was its strength more evident than in last night's 5-2 win over the Halifax Citadels at the Arena.The Jacks (7-4-1) scored on three of their first five power plays in the opening period, with the line of John Purves, Craig Duncanson and Wheeldon landing all of the goals."When the specialty units are clicking like that, you win games," said Wheeldon, who has seven goals, five with the extra attacker.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Staff Writer | January 3, 1993
A stretch in the low minors did wonders for the Skipjacks' Trevor Halverson.Back after scoring seven goals in nine games for the Hampton Roads Admirals of the East Coast Hockey League, Halverson has four goals in as many games for the Skipjacks. He had two in the Skipjacks' 4-4 tie with the Rochester Americans yesterday before 1,561 at the Baltimore Arena."This has boosted my confidence," said Halverson, 21, a native of Ontario. "Since Christmas, I've started putting the puck in the net. The Hampton experience helped.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Staff Writer | December 30, 1992
John Byce couldn't have regained the Skipjacks' scoring lead in much more dramatic fashion.With a backhand flick of his stick, Byce jammed in his 22nd goal of the season with 2:20 remaining to give the Skipjacks a 7-6 victory over the Hershey Bears last night before 2,651 at the Baltimore Arena.Byce entered the game with a one-goal edge over Reggie Savage. After Savage tied him with his 20th, Byce scored his 21st only to have Savage match him again.Byce's 22nd broke a 6-6 tie, the fifth deadlock of the evening.
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