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By DON VITEK | June 20, 1993
The Pierce Cleaners team consisting of Jim and Debbie Doyle, Mickey Mathias and Dolores and Dan Spytowski recently won the Brunswick Normandy In-House Team Tournament.Debbie Doyle, daughter of the Spytowskis, has been bowling, off and on, for about 15 years. The Catonsville resident, wife of Jim Doyle, uses a 14-pound Burgundy Hammer bowling ball."Since I started using the new Hammer my average has jumped about 15 pins," she said. "I'm sure part of the reason is that now I'm throwing a fingertip grip [ball]
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By Pamela Wood, The Baltimore Sun | June 30, 2013
Charlotte Lubbert came to Edgewater from Crownsville on Wednesday with two issues in mind: pollution flowing into the Severn River and speeding boaters she expects to see on the water on the Fourth of July. She wanted to take her concerns to the top, so she waited in line to speak with County Executive Laura Neuman at a community outreach session at South River High School. "I'm absolutely thrilled with her and her approaches," Lubbert said as she waited to speak with Neuman.
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By Pamela Wood, The Baltimore Sun | June 30, 2013
Charlotte Lubbert came to Edgewater from Crownsville on Wednesday with two issues in mind: pollution flowing into the Severn River and speeding boaters she expects to see on the water on the Fourth of July. She wanted to take her concerns to the top, so she waited in line to speak with County Executive Laura Neuman at a community outreach session at South River High School. "I'm absolutely thrilled with her and her approaches," Lubbert said as she waited to speak with Neuman.
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By DON VITEK | June 20, 1993
The Pierce Cleaners team consisting of Jim and Debbie Doyle, Mickey Mathias and Dolores and Dan Spytowski recently won the Brunswick Normandy In-House Team Tournament.Debbie Doyle, daughter of the Spytowskis, has been bowling, off and on, for about 15 years. The Catonsville resident, wife of Jim Doyle, uses a 14-pound Burgundy Hammer bowling ball."Since I started using the new Hammer my average has jumped about 15 pins," she said. "I'm sure part of the reason is that now I'm throwing a fingertip grip [ball]
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By Roch Eric Kubatko | December 29, 1994
Jim Doyle will not return as football coach at Severn School, athletic director Fred Hewitt said yesterday.John Beckman, an assistant coach and faculty member, will replace Doyle."
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | April 22, 1997
Whenever Severn School needs a basketball or football coach, athletic director Fred Hewitt picks up the phone and calls Jim Doyle.Doyle is back for a second run as Severn School's boys basketball coach and has had two stints as football coach.Doyle succeeds Charles "Tank" Duckett, who stepped down after two seasons (33-19, .635) because of health problems and a job relocation."We are pleased to have Jim Doyle return to the Severn coaching staff," said Hewitt.Doyle coached the Admirals' basketball team for seven seasons (98-67, .594)
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December 5, 1990
Head coach: Jim Doyle (fifth season)Assistant coaches: Doug Williams1989-1990 record: 7-13.Returnees: Seniors Brendan Haggerty (forward), Dexter Walker (guard), James Duncan (guard) and Mark Warlock (center); juniors Mike Fisher (guard) and Jason Moran (guard); sophomores Jake Mack (guard) and Brad Fowler (guard).Newcomers: Senior Daniel Wu (guard); juniors Louis Phipps (forward), Erik Kaukonan (forward) and Graydon Ripley (forward); sophomore Chris Pitkin (center-forward).Coach's outlook: "Even though we're young, we're experienced.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | September 24, 1995
St. Mary's "dominated the game" in the words of Severn's John Beckman, but the first-year coach kept reminding his Admirals "we're always only one play from scoring."Beckman was saving one play, but doesn't know why he waited so long. With 3:18 left he called the "tackle trap" and sophomore Dennard Melton raced 78 yards to a touchdown.Quarterback Willis Wu hit a diving Pete Janney in the back of the end zone for the two-point conversion and the No. 14 Admirals held on for a 15-14 victory over the Saints.
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By Megan Garvey and Megan Garvey,LOS ANGELES TIMES | November 23, 2004
LOS ANGELES - As California moves quickly toward setting up a $3 billion embryonic stem cell research agency, other states are scrambling to prevent their top researchers from being raided. The lure is clear: $300 million a year for embryonic stem cell research in California for the next decade, more than 10 times the yearly federal funding available and free of the Bush administration's tight restrictions on what research can be conducted with federal money. Since the passage of Proposition 71 in California, which established the California Center for Regenerative Medicine, "Everyone I talk to wants to move to California," said Kevin Wilson, director of public policy for the American Society of Cell Biologists.
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By John Fritze, The Baltimore Sun | August 30, 2012
TAMPA, Fla. -- Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, who is something of a celebrity at the Republican National Convention this week, had a message today for the Maryland delegation: Take heart. Walker, who became a hero of the conservative movement after surviving a high-profile recall attempt in June, noted that Republicans in Wisconsin had once been heavily outgunned by Democrats, too. This year, the state is home to the party's vice presidential nominee, Paul Ryan, and is considered a tossup.
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By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,Contributing Writer | March 10, 1993
Severn School has selected two former NFL players -- Alan Pastrana and Wayne Fowler -- to coach its basketball and football teams, athletic director Fred Hewitt announced yesterday.The pair will replace Jim Doyle who retired at the end of the season. Doyle coached Severn's boys basketball team for eight years and the football team for two.Pastrana, who played for the Denver Broncos in 1969 and 1970, will take over the football team, which won its first eight games last fall before dropping its last two to eventual conference champion St. Paul's and archrival St. Mary's.
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