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September 29, 1991
Westminster's Jenny Caple coasted to a five-minute win in the women's portion of the South Penn Road Runners 15K Road Race Sept. 21 in Hanover, Pa.Caple finished with a time of 62 minutes, 36 seconds, good enough for 12th overall, to capture her second straight title in the race.Other Carroll County runners coming away with trophies were masters winners John Ziegler (56:38) and Nancy Palmer (73:53).Dave Herlocker finished first in the 50-54 age group with a time of 64:32.
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March 29, 2013
It is horrifying to open a newspaper and see Jerry Sandusky again ("Sandusky: Paterno wouldn't allow pedophile," March 26). Just when you thought the Penn State sexual abuse scandal was over, Mr. Sandusky is giving interviews to a crazed documentary filmmaker, John Ziegler. To know that Mr. Ziegler is getting coverage for the nonsense he is pursuing - namely, that Joe Paterno did not know Mr. Sandusky was a pedophile - is just one more indignity to be endured by sexual abuse victims everywhere.
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By Bob Ryan and Bob Ryan,Boston Globe | October 3, 1991
It's opening night in the National Hockey League, otherwise known as the Headless Horseman.While winter rival basketball enjoys unparalleled overall prosperity thanks to the acknowledged marketing savvy and firm direction of NBA commissioner David Stern, the NHL stumbles along in its unique leaderless fashion, missing out on national television money and exposure while strangling itself with an anachronistic labor relations setup more attuned to the '60s...
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By Childs Walker and Childs Walker,childs.walker@baltsun.com | November 2, 2008
Was the doctor a genius, delighted with the creations that sprung from his mind, or a hopeless egotist? Louis Riecke wasn't sure. But something made him want to believe in John Ziegler, the big scientist with an even bigger ego. Riecke had pumped iron competitively for more than a decade when he met Ziegler in York, Pa., the mecca of American weightlifting for much of the 20th century. Riecke had always been an excellent lifter but never quite among the world elite. Ziegler said he could change that.
NEWS
March 29, 2013
It is horrifying to open a newspaper and see Jerry Sandusky again ("Sandusky: Paterno wouldn't allow pedophile," March 26). Just when you thought the Penn State sexual abuse scandal was over, Mr. Sandusky is giving interviews to a crazed documentary filmmaker, John Ziegler. To know that Mr. Ziegler is getting coverage for the nonsense he is pursuing - namely, that Joe Paterno did not know Mr. Sandusky was a pedophile - is just one more indignity to be endured by sexual abuse victims everywhere.
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By Frank Brown and Frank Brown,New York Daily News | June 12, 1992
Two emotions linger after a valiant attempt to summon some solemn thought about the end of John Ziegler's tenure as NHL president. Ziegler was to confirm today that he resigned/was fired after 15 years, effective Sept. 30.The first emotion is frustrated anger, a shake-your-fist, good-riddance exultation that says this event was way too long in coming. Ziegler should have been gone four years ago when, in his absence, an NHL playoff game at the Meadowlands was officiated by three off-ice officials in yellow practice jerseys.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | September 22, 1993
Overlea goalkeeper Lance Burgess figured yesterday's boys soccer game at Chesapeake was a blowout waiting to happen.But his teammates kept him waiting. And waiting. And waiting.Although the No. 3-ranked Falcons (2-0) eventually beat the Bayhawks, 5-0, the score might have been a lot more lopsided."The chances were there, but the intensity just wasn't what it should have been," said Burgess, a second-team All-County player. "I think everyone was too worried about racking up their stats."Chesapeake (0-2)
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By Childs Walker and Childs Walker,childs.walker@baltsun.com | November 2, 2008
Was the doctor a genius, delighted with the creations that sprung from his mind, or a hopeless egotist? Louis Riecke wasn't sure. But something made him want to believe in John Ziegler, the big scientist with an even bigger ego. Riecke had pumped iron competitively for more than a decade when he met Ziegler in York, Pa., the mecca of American weightlifting for much of the 20th century. Riecke had always been an excellent lifter but never quite among the world elite. Ziegler said he could change that.
NEWS
January 22, 2003
John E. Ziegler, a retired sales manager and World War II veteran who was wounded in the Battle of the Bulge, died of heart failure Jan. 15 at Peninsula Regional Medical Center in Salisbury. He was 89 and a former resident of Baltimore's Ednor Gardens neighborhood. Born and raised in Baltimore, Mr. Ziegler was a 1930 graduate of City College. During World War II, he served as a tank driver with the 53rd Tank Battalion of Gen. George S. Patton's 3rd Army. During the Battle of the Bulge in 1944, Mr. Ziegler was wounded after his tank was hit by enemy fire.
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By Newsday | March 25, 1992
Small groups representing the NHL Players Association and the owners met for 4 1/2 hours in Toronto yesterday in an effort to reach a new collective bargaining agreement.The discussions, which were said to be amicable, ended at 7:30 p.m. Neither side would discuss any details, except to say they will meet again today. "Because of the work that's going on and how we're going about it," NHL president John Ziegler said, "it's best that we have no comment."
NEWS
January 22, 2003
John E. Ziegler, a retired sales manager and World War II veteran who was wounded in the Battle of the Bulge, died of heart failure Jan. 15 at Peninsula Regional Medical Center in Salisbury. He was 89 and a former resident of Baltimore's Ednor Gardens neighborhood. Born and raised in Baltimore, Mr. Ziegler was a 1930 graduate of City College. During World War II, he served as a tank driver with the 53rd Tank Battalion of Gen. George S. Patton's 3rd Army. During the Battle of the Bulge in 1944, Mr. Ziegler was wounded after his tank was hit by enemy fire.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | September 22, 1993
Overlea goalkeeper Lance Burgess figured yesterday's boys soccer game at Chesapeake was a blowout waiting to happen.But his teammates kept him waiting. And waiting. And waiting.Although the No. 3-ranked Falcons (2-0) eventually beat the Bayhawks, 5-0, the score might have been a lot more lopsided."The chances were there, but the intensity just wasn't what it should have been," said Burgess, a second-team All-County player. "I think everyone was too worried about racking up their stats."Chesapeake (0-2)
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By Frank Brown and Frank Brown,New York Daily News | June 12, 1992
Two emotions linger after a valiant attempt to summon some solemn thought about the end of John Ziegler's tenure as NHL president. Ziegler was to confirm today that he resigned/was fired after 15 years, effective Sept. 30.The first emotion is frustrated anger, a shake-your-fist, good-riddance exultation that says this event was way too long in coming. Ziegler should have been gone four years ago when, in his absence, an NHL playoff game at the Meadowlands was officiated by three off-ice officials in yellow practice jerseys.
SPORTS
By Bob Ryan and Bob Ryan,Boston Globe | October 3, 1991
It's opening night in the National Hockey League, otherwise known as the Headless Horseman.While winter rival basketball enjoys unparalleled overall prosperity thanks to the acknowledged marketing savvy and firm direction of NBA commissioner David Stern, the NHL stumbles along in its unique leaderless fashion, missing out on national television money and exposure while strangling itself with an anachronistic labor relations setup more attuned to the '60s...
NEWS
September 29, 1991
Westminster's Jenny Caple coasted to a five-minute win in the women's portion of the South Penn Road Runners 15K Road Race Sept. 21 in Hanover, Pa.Caple finished with a time of 62 minutes, 36 seconds, good enough for 12th overall, to capture her second straight title in the race.Other Carroll County runners coming away with trophies were masters winners John Ziegler (56:38) and Nancy Palmer (73:53).Dave Herlocker finished first in the 50-54 age group with a time of 64:32.
SPORTS
April 4, 1992
After a telephone conference call among union officials, their negotiating committee and player representatives from the 22 teams, the NHL Players Association presented what could be its final offer to management yesterday in an effort to resolve the 3-day-old strike.At first it was announced the parties would meet at 8:30 p.m. at the Sutton Place Hotel in Toronto to discuss the offer. But, at 8:15, NHL president John Ziegler left the hotel saying he had been invited to dinner by union executive director Bob Goodenow.
NEWS
February 22, 2004
On Friday, February 20, 2004, WILLIAM JAMES ZIEGLER, 83, of Salisbury, at Peninsula Regional Medical Center. Born in Baltimore, he was a son of the late Samuel and Rose Lawrence Ziegler. Mr. Ziegler was a WWII veteran in the US Army Air Corp. He retired from the Great Atlantic Pacific & Tea Company. Mr. Ziegler is survived by two children, Denny Ziegler, of Medford, NJ and John Ziegler, of Salisbury; eight grandchildren, twelve great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his wife, Josephine Marie Ziegler in 1992; a daughter, Rose Davis and seven brothers and sisters.
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