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March 28, 1998
THE PURCHASE of Random House by a German media conglomerate is the latest proof that American English has triumphed as the world's unchallenged language of commerce, culture -- and profits. What else would explain that nearly 30 percent of U.S. publishing is now in foreign hands?Will global conglomerates be susceptible to pressure and blackmail as they try to protect their business interests in different countries? Time will tell. But as long as smaller publishing houses remain, competition will assure that globalization will not squelch freedom of expression on even the most controversial issues.
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Courtesy of Inside Lacrosse | May 16, 2013
The storyline heading into Maryland's first-round game against Cornell on Sunday dealt with who to match up against Rob Pannell . This week, there isn't as much speculation over who among Dominic Imbordino , Joe Meurer (McDonogh) and Robby Haus (Gilman) will draw the assignment - one, because fans aren't as familiar with those players as they are with the Terps ' defense; and two, because Ohio State is much more likely to employ multiple strategies to slow down Pannell, as opposed to trying to play him straight up. "We want to play with seven," Buckeyes coach Nick Myers said.
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NEWS
February 22, 2003
On February 19, 2003, JOHN W. SR., beloved husband of the late Dorothy (nee Goodwill); devoted father of Paula George and John Haus Jr. Loving grandfather of Amanda George; Dear brother of Norman and Marion Haus, and Madeline Skotarski. Relatives and friends will gather at the Charles S. Zeiler and Son Inc Funeral Home, 6224 Eastern Ave. (at Folcroft), on Sunday 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M., where a Christian Wake Service will be held at 7:30 P.M. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at Our Lady of Fatima Church on Monday at 10 A.M. Interment in Oak Lawn Cemetery.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 1, 2013
No one player makes - or breaks - a team. That is especially true for No. 11 Maryland, where the concept of team is emphasized in nearly every comment from the players and coach John Tillman. John Haus is one of the Terps who fully endorses that model. But if anyone is looking to cast blame for the team's recent offensive woes, the senior midfielder is prepared to absorb the criticism. “I think all over, we've been low in production. As a senior, I take some of that on my shoulders,” he said Tuesday.
NEWS
January 26, 2004
On January 24, 2004 EVERETT MICHAEL HAUS, beloved husband of the late Marian (nee Jackson) uncle of Anita Barrett, Louise and Myrtle Jackson, cousin of Mary Louise Bauer. Relatives and friends are invited to call at the Schimunek Funeral Home Inc., 9705 Belair Rd. (Perry Hall) on Monday from 2 to 5, where a funeral service will be held on Tuesday at 11 A.M. Interment Gardens of Faith Cemetery.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | June 2, 2000
John Haus, who guided the Johns Hopkins' men's lacrosse team to its second consecutive NCAA tournament final four appearance last week, has resigned to take over as head coach at North Carolina. Haus, a 1983 graduate of North Carolina who was a two-time All-America defenseman and a member of the 1981 and '82 national championship teams in Chapel Hill, had been rumored to be the front-running candidate to replace Dave Klarmann, who stepped down at Carolina after 10 seasons. The Tar Heels initially contacted Haus last fall about his interest in the job. Haus, who took over at Hopkins in 1998, said he did not speak to the Tar Heels again until after the Blue Jays were eliminated by Syracuse in last week's national semifinals, 14-12.
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By Christian Ewell and Christian Ewell,SUN STAFF | June 9, 2000
When Dave Pietramala was introduced yesterday as the head coach of men's lacrosse at Johns Hopkins, those at the news conference kept speaking of a blur. They did so because less than two weeks ago, Hopkins intended to soldier on with their coach, John Haus, after a heartbreaking defeat to Syracuse in the national semifinals. The team - with locals such as Pat Miller and Bobby Benson - would choose its captains, and look to build on the two Final Fours it had achieved in the past two years.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | June 16, 1998
Towson University has narrowed its search for a new men's lacrosse coach to four candidates, two sources close to the selection committee said yesterday.The finalists are Washington College coach John Haus, Nazareth coach Scott Nelson, Loyola associate head coach Bill Dirrigl and Navy assistant Matt Hogan. The nine-member committee has interviewed Nelson, Dirrigl and Hogan and will meet with Haus today.One source said the committee expects to make its recommendation to school president Hoke Smith over the next few days.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | July 7, 1998
Johns Hopkins will name Washington College's John Haus as its men's lacrosse coach today, replacing Tony Seaman with one of his former assistants, a source close to Hopkins' athletic department confirmed.Haus, 36, the defensive coordinator in Seaman's first four years at Homewood, directed Washington College to its first Division III national championship this past spring. In four years with the Shoremen, he posted a 47-21 record, including a 41-13 mark the past three seasons and three straight NCAA title-game appearances.
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By Bill Tanton and Bill Tanton,Sun Staff Writer | March 2, 1995
CHESTERTOWN -- It wasn't the sort of start John Haus had dreamed about.Haus, an assistant lacrosse coach at Johns Hopkins the past seven seasons, made his head coaching debut for Washington College here yesterday and watched his team lose to Navy, 12-1. The result wasn't the kind he had grown used to as an All-American player at North Carolina and Loyola High.But he did find reason to praise his young team."They gave us a full 60 minutes," Haus said. "That's all I asked for. You have to start somewhere."
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | March 28, 2013
Thanks in part to one of the most productive midfields in Division I, the Maryland men's lacrosse team is off to a 6-1 start that included a four-week stay atop The Baltimore Sun's rankings. Perhaps even more impressive is that the experienced trio of John Haus, Mike Chanenchuk and Jake Bernhardt - two seniors and a junior - have been on the field together only since January. Haus and Bernhardt played together in 2011 while Chanenchuk sat out the season after transferring from Princeton.
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From Sun staff reports | February 27, 2013
Senior midfielder John Haus and junior goalie Niko Amato of top-ranked Maryland were the Atlantic Coast Conference men's lacrosse Offensive and Defensive Players of the Week, the conference announced Tuesday. Haus, a Lutherville native, tied his career high with four goals to go along with one assist to lead the Terps to a 12-10 win at then-No. 1 Loyola. Amato, meanwhile, made 10 of his 13 saves in the second and fourth quarters to preserve the victory, which vaulted the Terps from No. 3 to No. 1 in The Baltimore Sun poll.
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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | February 23, 2013
In the aftermath of Saturday's 12-10 upset of the top-ranked Loyola men's lacrosse team, No. 3 Maryland declined the opportunity to gloat. One might think that the Terps exacted a small measure of revenge for last year's loss in the national title game by taking care of the Greyhounds before an announced 5,781, the third-largest crowd at Ridley Athletic Complex. But several players didn't budge from the party line that nothing will fully redeem Terps' 9-3 loss to Loyola in last year's NCAA final.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Tim Smith, The Baltimore Sun | December 6, 2012
Part of the charm of Baltimore's arts scene is that someone is always hitting the "refresh" button. An art gallery or music club shuts down on one block, only to have another pop up a few streets over. Abandoned or underused venues might suddenly sprout a theater troupe one day, an artists' collective the next. A lot of the refreshing can be traced to a thriving DIY culture in town, a culture that has been responsible for some of the most intriguing new enterprises over the years and that helps give the city its reputation as a place where artists of every genre can find - or create - an outlet.
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By Connor Letourneau, The Baltimore Sun | May 25, 2012
John Haus hasn't heard from his younger brother this week. Of course, the Maryland men's lacrosse midfielder hasn't exactly tried to reach out to him either. No hard feelings. It's just the nature of sports. "It's game week," said Will Haus, a freshman starting on Duke's defensive midfield, "so there's not much talking going on. " John's Terps will face Will's Blue Devils in the semifinals of the NCAA tournament Saturday night at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass.
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By Edward Lee | May 9, 2012
Entering this season, John Haus figured to be comfortably situated on a Maryland first midfield that featured the steadying presence of senior Jake Bernhardt and the dazzling potential of redshirt sophomore Mike Chanenchuk. But Bernhardt suffered a left shoulder injury in a scrimmage against Loyola that eventually led to a mutual decision by player and coaching staff to sit out this spring and apply for a medical redshirt. Chanenchuk has missed just one start in the Terps' 14 contests, but he struggled to find his shooting stroke after undergoing surgery in December.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | July 8, 1998
John Haus might not have any Division I head coaching experience, but he's not naive about the high expectations linked to Johns Hopkins lacrosse.Haus, 36, who led Washington College to its first Division III lacrosse national championship in May, was named coach of the Blue Jays yesterday. The defensive coordinator at Hopkins from 1989 to 1994, Haus returns to Homewood to become the 21st coach in the school's storied 115-year lacrosse history.He replaces Tony Seaman, who was forced out on June 22 by the school's alumni for not winning a national title in eight seasons.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN REPORTER | May 28, 2008
North Carolina men's lacrosse coach John Haus has been relieved of his duties and will not return next season, the school announced yesterday. "John and I have had several discussions in the days since the season ended, and the result of those talks is that we agree a change is in the best interest of reaching the goals we all have for Carolina lacrosse," athletic director Dick Baddour said in a release posted on the school's Web site. "John has spent the past eight years giving everything he had to our program," Baddour said.
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By Edward Lee | April 18, 2012
Despite being the fourth seed in the upcoming Atlantic Coast Conference Tournament, No. 8 Maryland placed a league-high four players on the All-Conference team, which was announced Wednesday. Senior attackman Joe Cummings and redshirt sophomore goalkeeper Niko Amato are repeat honorees. Junior midfielder John Haus and junior long-stick midfielder Jesse Bernhardt made their debuts on the team. Cummings leads the Terps in goals (17), assists (11) and points (28) this season.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | February 18, 2012
COLLEGE PARK - As if graduating five starters and three other major contributors wasn't painful enough, Maryland men's lacrosse coach John Tillman revealed before Saturday's season-opener that senior midfielder Jake Bernhardt would miss as much as a month with a shoulder injury. Thankfully, the Terps still have John Haus. The junior midfielder had a game-high four points (two goals and two assists) to pace the No. 10 Terps to a 12-6 victory over No. 19 Hartford Saturday at Byrd Stadium.
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