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By Doug Brown | April 5, 1991
VS. DETROIT TURBOS* WHEN: Tomorrow, 8 p.m.* WHERE: Baltimore Arena.* OUTLOOK: The Thunder, the American Division winner, is playing in its first Major Indoor Lacrosse League championship game since capturing the title in the league's maiden season in 1987. The Turbos, last a year ago, cruised to the National Division title with the best record (8-2) in the league. Detroit's only losses were to the New York Saints.The Turbos came to life thanks to the arrival from Syracuse of the Gait twins, Paul and Gary, who finished one-two in the MILL goals race.
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June 7, 2003
Margaret Jefferson "Jeff" Jackson, a Maryland state senator from 1953 to 1955 and Democratic activist, died in her sleep of a circulatory ailment Sunday at Pickersgill Retirement Community in Towson. She was 94. Born Margaret E. Jefferson in Chestertown, she graduated from Washington College in 1929 and went to work at a women's clothing store owned by her father. After his death, she ran the store until 1939, when she married Omar D. "Gus" Crothers Jr., and moved to Walnut Lane in Elkton.
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By James H. Jackson | December 6, 1991
The Baltimore Thunder of the Major Indoor Lacrosse League will play an exhibition on Dec. 14 at 8 p.m. at the Chicago Rosemont Horizon against the Detroit Turbos.Another exhibition, set for tonight at the Hersheypark Arena, will find the Philadelphia Wings playing the Pittsburgh Bulls at 8. The Wings' top players include John Tucker (Johns Hopkins), Chris Flynn and John Conley (Towson State). Pittsburgh is led by forwards Joe Gold (UMBC), Brian Keith (Navy) and Ron Klausner (Towson State)
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By Bill Free | January 6, 1992
The Baltimore Thunder went to Joe Louis Arena Saturday night looking for revenge against the Detroit Turbos for last season's 14-12 loss in the Major Indoor Lacrosse League championship game.But all the Thunder got was another disappointing loss as the Turbos rallied from a 5-1 first-quarter deficit to win, 20-13."We thought we knew their personnel well and would find a way to win," Thunder coach John Stewart said yesterday. "But their goalie, Ted Sawicki [46 saves, five assists], was the difference in the game.
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By Bill Free | January 6, 1992
The Baltimore Thunder went to Joe Louis Arena Saturday night looking for revenge against the Detroit Turbos for last season's 14-12 loss in the Major Indoor Lacrosse League championship game.But all the Thunder got was another disappointing loss as the Turbos rallied from a 5-1 first-quarter deficit to win, 20-13."We thought we knew their personnel well and would find a way to win," Thunder coach John Stewart said yesterday. "But their goalie, Ted Sawicki [46 saves, five assists], was the difference in the game.
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By Bill Free | January 6, 1992
The Baltimore Thunder went to Joe Louis Arena Saturday night looking for revenge against the Detroit Turbos for last season's 14-12 loss in the Major Indoor Lacrosse League championship game.But all the Thunder got was another disappointing loss as the Turbos rallied from a 5-1 first-quarter deficit to win, 20-13."We thought we knew their personnel well and would find a way to win," Thunder coach John Stewart said yesterday. "But their goalie, Ted Sawicki [46 saves, five assists], was the difference in the game.
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By James H. Jackson | March 3, 1991
The Baltimore Thunder, trailing by six goals in the secon period, came back last night to defeat the Pittsburgh Bulls, 14-12, before 8,727 at the Baltimore Arena.The victory, which was filled with penalties and fights, kept Baltimore (5-3) in first place in the American Division of the Major Indoor Lacrosse League.Goalie Jeff Gombar was outstanding, making 31 saves and holding the Bulls (3-5) to two goals in the second half. He was named the game's most valuable player.The Thunder, trailing, 11-8, entering the last quarter, roared back to tie the game at 11-11.
NEWS
June 7, 2003
Margaret Jefferson "Jeff" Jackson, a Maryland state senator from 1953 to 1955 and Democratic activist, died in her sleep of a circulatory ailment Sunday at Pickersgill Retirement Community in Towson. She was 94. Born Margaret E. Jefferson in Chestertown, she graduated from Washington College in 1929 and went to work at a women's clothing store owned by her father. After his death, she ran the store until 1939, when she married Omar D. "Gus" Crothers Jr., and moved to Walnut Lane in Elkton.
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By Special to The Sun | January 5, 1992
DETROIT -- Gary Gait's three goals and four assists led the Detroit Turbos over the Baltimore Thunder, 20-13, in a rematch of last year's MILL championship game last night at Joe Louis Arena.Pete Parke added three goals and two assists for the Turbos (1-0), who out-scored the Thunder (1-1) by 13-7 in the second half.Jeff Jackson (Loyola High) led Baltimore with four goals and three assists. John Holthaus (Loyola College) added a goal andsix assists.
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By Bill Free | January 6, 1992
The Baltimore Thunder went to Joe Louis Arena Saturday night looking for revenge against the Detroit Turbos for last season's 14-12 loss in the Major Indoor Lacrosse League championship game.But all the Thunder got was another disappointing loss as the Turbos rallied from a 5-1 first-quarter deficit to win, 20-13."We thought we knew their personnel well and would find a way to win," Thunder coach John Stewart said yesterday. "But their goalie, Ted Sawicki [46 saves, five assists], was the difference in the game.
SPORTS
By James H. Jackson | December 6, 1991
The Baltimore Thunder of the Major Indoor Lacrosse League will play an exhibition on Dec. 14 at 8 p.m. at the Chicago Rosemont Horizon against the Detroit Turbos.Another exhibition, set for tonight at the Hersheypark Arena, will find the Philadelphia Wings playing the Pittsburgh Bulls at 8. The Wings' top players include John Tucker (Johns Hopkins), Chris Flynn and John Conley (Towson State). Pittsburgh is led by forwards Joe Gold (UMBC), Brian Keith (Navy) and Ron Klausner (Towson State)
SPORTS
By Doug Brown | April 5, 1991
VS. DETROIT TURBOS* WHEN: Tomorrow, 8 p.m.* WHERE: Baltimore Arena.* OUTLOOK: The Thunder, the American Division winner, is playing in its first Major Indoor Lacrosse League championship game since capturing the title in the league's maiden season in 1987. The Turbos, last a year ago, cruised to the National Division title with the best record (8-2) in the league. Detroit's only losses were to the New York Saints.The Turbos came to life thanks to the arrival from Syracuse of the Gait twins, Paul and Gary, who finished one-two in the MILL goals race.
SPORTS
By James H. Jackson | March 3, 1991
The Baltimore Thunder, trailing by six goals in the secon period, came back last night to defeat the Pittsburgh Bulls, 14-12, before 8,727 at the Baltimore Arena.The victory, which was filled with penalties and fights, kept Baltimore (5-3) in first place in the American Division of the Major Indoor Lacrosse League.Goalie Jeff Gombar was outstanding, making 31 saves and holding the Bulls (3-5) to two goals in the second half. He was named the game's most valuable player.The Thunder, trailing, 11-8, entering the last quarter, roared back to tie the game at 11-11.
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