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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,Staff Writer | May 14, 1992
BETHESDA -- You won't find her name listed among the favorites, nor even likely contenders, for the Mazda LPGA Championship which began today at Bethesda Country Club, but Shelley Hamlin is worth watching.She is truly a profile in courage.In her usual optimistic fashion, however, Hamlin says simply, "I'm one of those people who believes things always work out the way they're supposed to."A 20-year professional career that had produced lots of enthusiasm and confidence, but only one tour victory (1978)
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By Mike Frainie | September 15, 1991
Last year in Wilde Lake's Class 2A championship season, running back Damon Hamlin ran in the shadow of teammate Raphael Wall. Yesterday, Hamlin proved he belonged in the spotlight.The senior rushed for 64 yards on 11 carries before being removed early in the third quarter with a slightly sprained ankle, and led the second-ranked Wildecats (2-0) to a 27-0 victory over visiting Dundalk (1-1)."He's the perfect back for the offense we run," said Wilde Lake coach Doug Duval of the only back in his run-and-shoot offense.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Sun Staff Correspondent | December 1, 1991
COLLEGE PARK -- For a few brief minutes, Wilde Lake High running back Damon Hamlin was the loneliest player in Byrd Stadium. Minutes later, he was strolling around as if he owned the place.Hamlin, a senior, was the hero, scoring on a 17-yard draw play with 1 minute, 1 second left, as Wilde Lake defeated Smithsburg, 13-10, to win the state Class 1A football championship yesterday.The victory capped a superb season for Wilde Lake and marked only the seventh time in the history of the state playoffs that a school has won consecutive state titles.
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By JAY HART | June 12, 2006
LONG POND, Pa. --Kurt Busch said it best: "I think the moral of the story is we need to play more video games as veterans," he quipped. That's because for the second straight year, a rookie whose first taste of Pocono Raceway came via a video game won the Pocono 500. A year ago, it was Carl Edwards, for all intents and purposes a rookie in 2005, who practiced for the race using a fake steering wheel and a computer. This year, it was Denny Hamlin, a 25-year-old rookie who'd never seen Pocono's actual 2.5-mile triangle until he landed there on Friday, but had raced around it many times in virtual reality.
FEATURES
By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | July 15, 2000
The recent visit of the tall ships may have stirred memories in older Baltimoreans of the days when wooden-hulled ships with tall masts and white sails could still be seen riding at anchor or docked at harbor piers. By the late 1930s, the fleet of four-masted Baltimore-registered schooners, which numbered 100 before World War I, was represented by two floating anachronisms, the Doris Hamlin and Albert F. Paul, windjammers that continued sailing well into the age of steam. "The vessels could always be seen discharging lumber or logwood, loading fertilizer materials or bricks, anchored off Riverview, moored in Jones Falls at Pratt Street, or tied up at the Redman-Vane or old Woodall shipyards," wrote noted Chesapeake Bay ship historian Robert H. Burgess in a Sunday Sun Magazine article in 1966.
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By Gilbert A. Lewthwaite and Gilbert A. Lewthwaite,SUN NATIONAL STAFF | March 17, 1996
BLOOMFIELD, N.Y. - A Vietnam veteran and gulf war fighter pilot, downed by what he sees as reverse sex discrimination, is locked in a new battle, one to salvage his career and reputation.Col. David Hamlin Jr., 52, was stripped of command of the Syracuse-based 174th Fighter Wing of the New York Air National Guard in November. A board of inquiry found that he had allowed the training of Maj. Jacquelyn S. Parker to be dragged out so long that she resigned in frustration.He was also denied promotion to brigadier general and stricken from the Guard rolls for fostering "an atmosphere permitting acts of gender-based discrimination and harassment."
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By Nick Madigan and Nick Madigan,Nick.madigan@baltsun.com | June 17, 2009
When a man he didn't know pointed a gun at him outside a club, Howie Hamlin said, he thought it was a joke. He and a friend, Taavon Chambers, had been talking in the parking lot of Woodlawn's Windsor Inn early on July 1, 2007, as the bar was closing for the night. Suddenly, a third man appeared and, brandishing a pistol, ordered them both to lie on the ground, Hamlin testified Tuesday in Baltimore County Circuit Court. They ignored him. The gunman reacted by shoving the muzzle of his weapon into Hamlin's face, under his left eye. "Then I knew he was serious, that he was trying to rob us," Hamlin said.
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By Nick Madigan and Nick Madigan,nick.madigan@baltsun.com | June 23, 2009
A week after going on trial on charges that he killed a man in a botched holdup and tried to kill another, Juvon C. Harris was found guilty Monday by a Baltimore County Circuit Court jury of all eight counts against him, including first-degree murder and attempted first-degree murder. Harris, 28, faces a maximum sentence of life in prison without parole when he is sentenced July 30 by Judge John O. Hennegan, who presided over the trial. Prosecutors dropped their earlier intention to seek the death penalty for Harris, who was seen in a surveillance video fleeing the parking lot of Woodlawn's Windsor Inn early on July 1, 2007, immediately after two men had been shot there.
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February 6, 2007
Suddenly on February 1, 2007, JAMES C. HAYES, beloved son of Earl J. Hayes and his wife Debra and Ellen Koppenhaven and her husband Christian, loving brother of Belinda Hayes and her husband Jim Hamlin, E.J. Hayes and step-sister Tara Koppenhaven, loving grandson of Carroll Tracey, loving fiancee of Sara Brown, cherished uncle of Connor, Pierce and Reese Hamlin. Friends may call at the Connelly Funeral Home of Essex, 300 Mace Avenue, Wednesday 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. Interment private. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the American Heart Association, POB 5216, Glen Allen, VA, 23058-5216.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | November 15, 1995
Archie Wannamaker, a standout running back at Mount St. Joseph, has been charged with burglarizing a Baltimore County home, police said.Wannamaker, 18, a record-setting running back and a potential All-Metro Player of the Year, was arrested Nov. 5 by Baltimore County police, who allege he broke into a home in the Randallstown area. He was charged with first-degree burglary and malicious destruction of property, according to court records.Mount St. Joseph football coach Mike Working would not comment.
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