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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | March 18, 2005
Sid Jamieson announced before the season that he would step down after this, his 38th, year as coach at Bucknell. Jamieson has just guided the Bison through perhaps the most exhilarating 72-hour stretch in the history of the program. First, on Saturday, the Bison stunned then-No. 3 Navy in overtime, 8-7. Bucknell erased a 7-4, third-quarter deficit to make the Mids the highest-ranked team the Bison have ever beaten. That catapulted Bucknell into the top 20. Then, on Tuesday, the 18th-ranked Bison gave visiting, No. 4 Maryland all it could handle for three quarters.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,edward.lee@baltsun.com | May 26, 2009
FOXBOROUGH, MASS. -- Cody Jamieson's timing has been impeccable. A transfer who wasn't cleared by the NCAA until days before Syracuse's penultimate game of the regular season, Jamieson scored both of his goals in the last 4 minutes, 6 seconds - including the game-winner just 1:20 into overtime - to lift the Orange to a 10-9 victory over Cornell in the NCAA Division I tournament final Monday at Gillette Stadium. No. 2 seed Syracuse (16-2) won its ninth straight contest and captured its NCAA-record 11th national title thanks to the 5-foot-9, 200-pound junior attackman, who played in just six games, made one start and can shoot only with his left hand.
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By Jennifer Keats and Jennifer Keats,Contributing writer | August 1, 1991
Rambo wasn't living up to his name.The 2-year-old purebred beagle had been dropped off at the county animal shelter because "he refused to hunt." In fact, the shy hound was frightened by any sharp, loudnoises -- even nose blowing and nail clipping.Enter Annapolis resident Gerald Lavin. In April, the 64 year-old volunteer gardener at the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals shelter on Bay Ridge Avenue spotted the frightened and lonely beagle cowering in the corner of his cage.Lavin promptly gave his new pet a kinder, gentler moniker -- "Rimbaud," (pronounced ram-BO)
SPORTS
By MIKE PRESTON | May 26, 2009
FOXBOROUGH, MASS. - - No. 5 Cornell had the perfect game plan to upset No. 2 Syracuse in the NCAA Division I men's title game Monday, but there were several in-game decisions that cost the Big Red. Many factors determined the outcome of this contest, but Cornell coach Jeff Tambroni didn't bring his "A" game as Syracuse won its second consecutive title with a 10-9 overtime victory before an announced 41,935 at Gillette Stadium. Entering the game, Cornell (13-4) wanted to control the tempo, and the Big Red did for nearly three quarters.
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By Charles Nicol and By Charles Nicol,Special to the Sun | December 23, 2001
Stillwater, by William F. Weld. Simon and Schuster. 235 pages. $23. First we note that William Weld served as governor of Massachusetts before turning to writing fiction. This makes him an interesting curiosity, and anyway, he asked for it when his first novel, Mackerel by Moonlight, was about -- what else? --a clever political operative, Terry Mullally, who got himself elected senator from Massachusetts while covering up a few major blemishes on his past and falling in love as well. In a less popular sequel, he struggled with his first few months in Washington.
SPORTS
By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,edward.lee@baltsun.com | May 26, 2009
FOXBOROUGH, MASS. -- Cody Jamieson's timing has been impeccable. A transfer who wasn't cleared by the NCAA until days before Syracuse's penultimate game of the regular season, Jamieson scored both of his goals in the last 4 minutes, 6 seconds - including the game-winner just 1:20 into overtime - to lift the Orange to a 10-9 victory over Cornell in the NCAA Division I tournament final Monday at Gillette Stadium. No. 2 seed Syracuse (16-2) won its ninth straight contest and captured its NCAA-record 11th national title thanks to the 5-foot-9, 200-pound junior attackman, who played in just six games, made one start and can shoot only with his left hand.
NEWS
April 25, 2006
On April 14, 2006, OWENS, ELMER H. JR. 83, Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, Retired. He is survived by his beloved wife of 54 years, Joanne (nee Jamieson), his daughter Kathleen Jamieson and her husband Roland Viger of Arlington VA, his son Michael Owens and his wife Mimi of Columbia, MD; four grandchildren: Julia, Peter, Grace and Brooks Owens; and his sisters, Marilyn Parkin of Linthicum, MD, and Marlyn Fischer and her husband John of Iowa. Colonel Owens was a veteran of World War II, serving in the Pacific Theatre of operations with the 19th Infantry Division.
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By ELLEN GOODMAN | March 10, 1992
My favorite mixed sports metaphor came in 1984 from Lawton Chiles, now the governor of Florida, who described the ''game plan'' for the presidential debates this way: ''It's like a football game. . . . Mondale can't get the ball back with one big play. But the American people love a horse race. I would advise him not to knock Reagan out.''Well, as expected, the 1992 campaign began with the usual assortment of slam-dunks, knockout punches, end runs and hard balls. But something happened after the campaign left New Hampshire and relative civility.
SPORTS
By MIKE PRESTON | May 26, 2009
FOXBOROUGH, MASS. - - No. 5 Cornell had the perfect game plan to upset No. 2 Syracuse in the NCAA Division I men's title game Monday, but there were several in-game decisions that cost the Big Red. Many factors determined the outcome of this contest, but Cornell coach Jeff Tambroni didn't bring his "A" game as Syracuse won its second consecutive title with a 10-9 overtime victory before an announced 41,935 at Gillette Stadium. Entering the game, Cornell (13-4) wanted to control the tempo, and the Big Red did for nearly three quarters.
FEATURES
By Carl Schoettler | March 17, 1996
Stocking up on ideas for what to do in art; Gale Jamieson: 0) Sculptor finds both inspiration and materials in women's nylons.Sculptor Gale Jamieson took a walk in the woods near her home in southern York County, Pa., about a year and a half ago, stumbled on a crumbling box full of women's stockings and found a new direction for her art."I was intrigued with the image," she says. "How did the box get there? Who was this woman? Had she died and and her collection been thrown out?"Ms. Jamieson, a native of Brooklyn Park who has an art degree from Towson State University, had been a meticulous craftswoman who took great care in the finish of her carved and woven works.
NEWS
April 25, 2006
On April 14, 2006, OWENS, ELMER H. JR. 83, Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, Retired. He is survived by his beloved wife of 54 years, Joanne (nee Jamieson), his daughter Kathleen Jamieson and her husband Roland Viger of Arlington VA, his son Michael Owens and his wife Mimi of Columbia, MD; four grandchildren: Julia, Peter, Grace and Brooks Owens; and his sisters, Marilyn Parkin of Linthicum, MD, and Marlyn Fischer and her husband John of Iowa. Colonel Owens was a veteran of World War II, serving in the Pacific Theatre of operations with the 19th Infantry Division.
SPORTS
By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | March 18, 2005
Sid Jamieson announced before the season that he would step down after this, his 38th, year as coach at Bucknell. Jamieson has just guided the Bison through perhaps the most exhilarating 72-hour stretch in the history of the program. First, on Saturday, the Bison stunned then-No. 3 Navy in overtime, 8-7. Bucknell erased a 7-4, third-quarter deficit to make the Mids the highest-ranked team the Bison have ever beaten. That catapulted Bucknell into the top 20. Then, on Tuesday, the 18th-ranked Bison gave visiting, No. 4 Maryland all it could handle for three quarters.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Charles Nicol and By Charles Nicol,Special to the Sun | December 23, 2001
Stillwater, by William F. Weld. Simon and Schuster. 235 pages. $23. First we note that William Weld served as governor of Massachusetts before turning to writing fiction. This makes him an interesting curiosity, and anyway, he asked for it when his first novel, Mackerel by Moonlight, was about -- what else? --a clever political operative, Terry Mullally, who got himself elected senator from Massachusetts while covering up a few major blemishes on his past and falling in love as well. In a less popular sequel, he struggled with his first few months in Washington.
FEATURES
By Carl Schoettler | March 17, 1996
Stocking up on ideas for what to do in art; Gale Jamieson: 0) Sculptor finds both inspiration and materials in women's nylons.Sculptor Gale Jamieson took a walk in the woods near her home in southern York County, Pa., about a year and a half ago, stumbled on a crumbling box full of women's stockings and found a new direction for her art."I was intrigued with the image," she says. "How did the box get there? Who was this woman? Had she died and and her collection been thrown out?"Ms. Jamieson, a native of Brooklyn Park who has an art degree from Towson State University, had been a meticulous craftswoman who took great care in the finish of her carved and woven works.
FEATURES
By Patty LaNoue Stearns and Patty LaNoue Stearns,Knight-Ridder News Service | May 10, 1995
I was feeling pretty dismal: Too fried to think about making dinner after what would be a long day at work; depressed that I wasn't still on vacation enjoying the cafe scene in Paris.Then Patsy Jamieson dropped by and cooked up a satisfying, spicy, low-fat meal and got me back into the gastronomic groove.Ms. Jamieson, who trained at La Varenne cooking school in Paris and sharpened her skills at several Parisian restaurants, is Eating Well magazine's test kitchen director. I've delighted in her luscious "Rx for Recipes" column and other adventurous dishes she's developed since the magazine debuted in 1990.
NEWS
By ELLEN GOODMAN | March 10, 1992
My favorite mixed sports metaphor came in 1984 from Lawton Chiles, now the governor of Florida, who described the ''game plan'' for the presidential debates this way: ''It's like a football game. . . . Mondale can't get the ball back with one big play. But the American people love a horse race. I would advise him not to knock Reagan out.''Well, as expected, the 1992 campaign began with the usual assortment of slam-dunks, knockout punches, end runs and hard balls. But something happened after the campaign left New Hampshire and relative civility.
FEATURES
By Patty LaNoue Stearns and Patty LaNoue Stearns,Knight-Ridder News Service | May 10, 1995
I was feeling pretty dismal: Too fried to think about making dinner after what would be a long day at work; depressed that I wasn't still on vacation enjoying the cafe scene in Paris.Then Patsy Jamieson dropped by and cooked up a satisfying, spicy, low-fat meal and got me back into the gastronomic groove.Ms. Jamieson, who trained at La Varenne cooking school in Paris and sharpened her skills at several Parisian restaurants, is Eating Well magazine's test kitchen director. I've delighted in her luscious "Rx for Recipes" column and other adventurous dishes she's developed since the magazine debuted in 1990.
SPORTS
September 15, 2000
Hockey Blues: Assigned G Stephen Wagner to AHL Worcester. Canadiens: Returned D Petr Chvojka and F Dusty Jamieson to juniors. Thrashers: Reassigned LW Zdenek Blatny, D Garnet Exelby, D Libor Ustrnul, D Simon Gamache, LW David Kaczowka and G Shep Harder to junior teams.
NEWS
By Jennifer Keats and Jennifer Keats,Contributing writer | August 1, 1991
Rambo wasn't living up to his name.The 2-year-old purebred beagle had been dropped off at the county animal shelter because "he refused to hunt." In fact, the shy hound was frightened by any sharp, loudnoises -- even nose blowing and nail clipping.Enter Annapolis resident Gerald Lavin. In April, the 64 year-old volunteer gardener at the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals shelter on Bay Ridge Avenue spotted the frightened and lonely beagle cowering in the corner of his cage.Lavin promptly gave his new pet a kinder, gentler moniker -- "Rimbaud," (pronounced ram-BO)
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