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By Sports Digest | May 29, 2010
College baseball Hopkins loses its opener in CWS, 3-2, to Heidelberg Top-ranked Johns Hopkins (43-6) fell, 3-2, to No. 6 Heidelberg (41-6) on Friday in both teams' opening game of the Division III College World Series in Grand Chute, Wis. The Student Princes' Jason Lash singled home Steve Decker in the top of the ninth to break a 2-2 tie. The Blue Jays tied the game in the eighth on a rally that started when Sam Wernick reached on an infield single. He scored a double down the right-field line by Chris Huisman (Archbishop Spalding)
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By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun | April 18, 2013
Dr. Franz Xavier Groll, a retired physician who lived and practiced on Eager Street in downtown Baltimore's Mount Vernon neighborhood, died of pulmonary thrombosis April 2 at Keswick Multi-Care Center. He was 95. Born in Aalen in Germany, he was the son of a forest manager who was also a gamekeeper. He grew up at the time of Adolf Hitler's rise and was a member of the German Youth Movement. He studied medicine at the Ruprecht-Karl University of Heidelberg and served in the German army as a combat physician attached to a Panzer division.
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By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | September 7, 2002
BERLIN - A Turkish man and his American fiancee were arrested Thursday night with explosive chemicals and five pipe bombs in their apartment, and they were held on charges of planning a terrorist attack on a major American military base in Heidelberg on or near Sept. 11, German authorities announced last night. The man, 25, had a picture of Osama bin Laden in the apartment, near Heidelberg, along with Islamic literature and a book about building bombs, said Thomas Schaeuble, the chief prosecutor for the state of Baden-Wuerttemberg.
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By Sports Digest | May 29, 2010
College baseball Hopkins loses its opener in CWS, 3-2, to Heidelberg Top-ranked Johns Hopkins (43-6) fell, 3-2, to No. 6 Heidelberg (41-6) on Friday in both teams' opening game of the Division III College World Series in Grand Chute, Wis. The Student Princes' Jason Lash singled home Steve Decker in the top of the ninth to break a 2-2 tie. The Blue Jays tied the game in the eighth on a rally that started when Sam Wernick reached on an infield single. He scored a double down the right-field line by Chris Huisman (Archbishop Spalding)
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By Mike Klingaman, The Baltimore Sun | May 25, 2010
Thirteen Johns Hopkins seniors received their diplomas early Tuesday night, then lit out in quest of a national baseball championship. The brisk ceremony, held in the air-conditioned Board Room of Hodson Hall before families and friends, lasted 16 minutes and suited the tourney-bound players just fine — especially if it results in a College World Series victory for the team. "This [event] is something we'll remember for the rest of our lives," said shortstop James Teta, an economics major.
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By Peter Hermann and Peter Hermann,Staff Writer | December 30, 1992
Terrance Stowes set out to design a calendar that would teach people about famous black men and woman who were first in their fields.The result has been a calendar that not only teaches people, especially children, about historic black figures, but also spotlights the achievements of men and women long out of the limelight.Mr. Stowes left out such famous figures as Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X, so he could include people like Madame C. J. Walker and Ralph Johnson Bunche."I wanted to put in people who maybe others didn't know that much about," said Mr. Stowes, a staff sergeant who lives at Fort Meade and works in the Pentagon.
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By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun | April 18, 2013
Dr. Franz Xavier Groll, a retired physician who lived and practiced on Eager Street in downtown Baltimore's Mount Vernon neighborhood, died of pulmonary thrombosis April 2 at Keswick Multi-Care Center. He was 95. Born in Aalen in Germany, he was the son of a forest manager who was also a gamekeeper. He grew up at the time of Adolf Hitler's rise and was a member of the German Youth Movement. He studied medicine at the Ruprecht-Karl University of Heidelberg and served in the German army as a combat physician attached to a Panzer division.
TRAVEL
October 29, 2000
A MEMORABLE PLACE Visit to a war-torn land James F. Adomanis SPECIAL TO THE SUN Looking out the window of the Croatia Airlines plane as it circled the Dalmatian coast gave me the impression that I was going back in time, namely to the Middle Ages. Seeing the ancient walled city of Dubrovnik on the Adriatic Sea was awe-inspiring. I am fortunate to be involved in an international civic education network called Civitas, which means community, and have visited many memorable places as a result.
SPORTS
October 4, 1991
Ex-North Stars owners bid for PenguinsTwo men who briefly owned the North Stars are close to buying the Pittsburgh Penguins, who beat Minnesota in the Stanley Cup finals in May.Howard Baldwin and Morris Belzberg confirmed yesterday that they are nearing an agreement to buy the Penguins from shopping-mall developer Edward J. DeBartolo Sr., whose son, Edward J. DeBartolo Jr., owns the San Francisco 49ers. The elder DeBartolo has owned the Penguins since 1978 and reportedly wants to maintain a small stake in the team after the sale.
BUSINESS
December 19, 1994
* French Bray, the Glen Burnie-based printing house, has added two Heidelberg presses to its operations. A third Heidelberg GTO-DI direct imaging press is to arrive early next year, to coincide with the opening of a new addition that will house its prepress operations.* Marlar International, an executive search and consulting firm headquartered in Baltimore, has joined seven other independent national and international search firms to form a global alliance under the name of Stanton Chase International.
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By Mike Klingaman, The Baltimore Sun | May 25, 2010
Thirteen Johns Hopkins seniors received their diplomas early Tuesday night, then lit out in quest of a national baseball championship. The brisk ceremony, held in the air-conditioned Board Room of Hodson Hall before families and friends, lasted 16 minutes and suited the tourney-bound players just fine — especially if it results in a College World Series victory for the team. "This [event] is something we'll remember for the rest of our lives," said shortstop James Teta, an economics major.
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By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | September 7, 2002
BERLIN - A Turkish man and his American fiancee were arrested Thursday night with explosive chemicals and five pipe bombs in their apartment, and they were held on charges of planning a terrorist attack on a major American military base in Heidelberg on or near Sept. 11, German authorities announced last night. The man, 25, had a picture of Osama bin Laden in the apartment, near Heidelberg, along with Islamic literature and a book about building bombs, said Thomas Schaeuble, the chief prosecutor for the state of Baden-Wuerttemberg.
TRAVEL
October 29, 2000
A MEMORABLE PLACE Visit to a war-torn land James F. Adomanis SPECIAL TO THE SUN Looking out the window of the Croatia Airlines plane as it circled the Dalmatian coast gave me the impression that I was going back in time, namely to the Middle Ages. Seeing the ancient walled city of Dubrovnik on the Adriatic Sea was awe-inspiring. I am fortunate to be involved in an international civic education network called Civitas, which means community, and have visited many memorable places as a result.
NEWS
By Peter Hermann and Peter Hermann,Staff Writer | December 30, 1992
Terrance Stowes set out to design a calendar that would teach people about famous black men and woman who were first in their fields.The result has been a calendar that not only teaches people, especially children, about historic black figures, but also spotlights the achievements of men and women long out of the limelight.Mr. Stowes left out such famous figures as Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X, so he could include people like Madame C. J. Walker and Ralph Johnson Bunche."I wanted to put in people who maybe others didn't know that much about," said Mr. Stowes, a staff sergeant who lives at Fort Meade and works in the Pentagon.
SPORTS
October 4, 1991
Ex-North Stars owners bid for PenguinsTwo men who briefly owned the North Stars are close to buying the Pittsburgh Penguins, who beat Minnesota in the Stanley Cup finals in May.Howard Baldwin and Morris Belzberg confirmed yesterday that they are nearing an agreement to buy the Penguins from shopping-mall developer Edward J. DeBartolo Sr., whose son, Edward J. DeBartolo Jr., owns the San Francisco 49ers. The elder DeBartolo has owned the Penguins since 1978 and reportedly wants to maintain a small stake in the team after the sale.
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June 10, 1999
CollegeMidwest Intercollegiate Football Conference: ence: Announced it will merge into the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, effective July 1.Central Connecticut State: Named Charlie Hickey baseball coach.DePaul: Named Corry Carter Brooks assistant women's basketball coach.Duke: Named Bill Hillier baseball coach.Findlay: Named Steven Rackley AD and W. Douglas Cote football coach.Heidelberg: Announced the resignation of assistant baseball and men's basketball coach Chris Keshock.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | October 2, 2013
The Rev. Henry W. Korinth, a retired United Church of Christ minister, died Sept. 24 of a massive heart attack at York Hospital in York, Pa. He was 83. The son of a General Motors Corp. millwright and a homemaker, Henry William Korinth was born on Robinson Street in East Baltimore and raised in Overlea. After graduating in 1948 from Kenwood High School, he attended night school at the University of Baltimore and then transferred to Elmhurst College in Elmhurst, Ill., where he earned a bachelor's degree in 1952.
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