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By Elizabeth A. Shack and Elizabeth A. Shack,SUN STAFF | September 22, 2002
A football used in the 1958 game in which John Unitas and the Baltimore Colts won their first National Football League championship sold for $30,000 to a lifelong New York Giants fan at a Towson auction yesterday. The buyer, Eric Inselberg, 31, has been collecting Giants souvenirs since he was 15. He came to Maryland from his home in northern New Jersey solely for the sports memorabilia auction, one of nearly 100 people who turned out at the Alex Cooper auction house to bid on items from the estate of a former Colts equipment manager.
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By Elizabeth A. Shack and Elizabeth A. Shack,SUN STAFF | September 22, 2002
A football used in the 1958 game in which John Unitas and the Baltimore Colts won their first National Football League championship sold for $30,000 to a lifelong New York Giants fan at a Towson auction yesterday. The buyer, Eric Inselberg, 31, has been collecting Giants souvenirs since he was 15. He came to Maryland from his home in northern New Jersey solely for the sports memorabilia auction, one of nearly 100 people who turned out at the Alex Cooper auction house to bid on items from the estate of a former Colts equipment manager.
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BUSINESS
By Timothy J. Mullaney | January 28, 1992
The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. bought the Radisson Plaza Lord Baltimore Hotel at auction yesterday for $6.85 million, closing the books on a failed effort to restore the 66-year-old hotel to its glory days.The FDIC put the property up for auction after LBH Associates L.P. of Rockville defaulted on a $16 million promissory note from Bowery Savings of New York. The federal agency will take title to the hotel after a Circuit Court judge in Baltimore certifies the sale.LBH got its original loan in 1985 from both Bowery and Yorkridge-Calvert Savings & Loan of Baltimore, but Bowery bought out Yorkridge's interest in 1986.
SPORTS
By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Sun Staff Writer | September 24, 1994
UPPER MARLBORO -- Baltimore boxing promoter Stuart Satosky may think twice before bidding for another national cable television show.For the second time in four years, Satosky's scheduled main event was canceled the day of the fight. Last night, unbeaten middleweight Dana Rosenblatt of Malden, Mass., became ill before his World Boxing Council Intercontinental title match with Frank Savannah of Brick, N.J., at the Show Place Arena.ESPN elevated the U.S. Boxing Association junior-middleweight title bout between Washington-area rivals Keith Holmes and Andrew Council to the main event.
SPORTS
By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Sun Staff Writer | September 24, 1994
UPPER MARLBORO -- Baltimore boxing promoter Stuart Satosky may think twice before bidding for another national cable television show.For the second time in four years, Satosky's scheduled main event was canceled the day of the fight. Last night, unbeaten middleweight Dana Rosenblatt of Malden, Mass., became ill before his World Boxing Council Intercontinental title match with Frank Savannah of Brick, N.J., at the Show Place Arena.ESPN elevated the U.S. Boxing Association junior-middleweight title bout between Washington-area rivals Keith Holmes and Andrew Council to the main event.
NEWS
January 3, 2010
On December 29, 2009, LEO JOSEPH COOPER, SR. Friends may visit the family owned MARCH FUNERAL HOME WEST, INC., 4300 Wabash Avenue, on Monday after 8:30 AM where the family will receive friends from 5 to 7 PM. The family will also receive friends on Tuesday at Mt. Pisgah Christian Methodist Episcopal Church, 1032 N. Fulton Avenue at 11 AM.
NEWS
May 7, 2006
On May 6, 2006, SYLVIA (nee Winakur); devoted wife of the late Benjamin Greenberg; beloved mother of Judith Albaugh; beloved mother-in-law of the late Charles Alvin Albaugh; beloved daughter of the late Jacob and Elizabeth (nee Meyers) Winakur; adored grandmother of Robert Louis Albaugh, of Mc Kenleyville, CA, Stanford Evan Albaugh, of Kneeland, CA and Rhododendron, OR and the late Elizabeth Ellen Albaugh; cherished and adored sister-in-law of Ada Winakur, Edith Winakur, Frances Winakur, Sylvia Cooper and the late Eva and Shimon Lapidus, Molly and Max Gaslow, Goldie and Joseph Grossman, Sarah and Max Mordes, Sarah and Harry Greenberg, Mary and Irvin Smith, Rose and Hyman Blum and Joseph Cooper.
NEWS
June 14, 2004
On June 12, 2004 HOWARD HENRY DAVIS, Ret. Master Sergeant, beloved husband of the late Anna L. Davis (nee Mc Cracken) devoted father of Howard G. Davis, Patricia J. Walker, Alice E. Barvir and Laura A. Reece, dear brother of Arthur G. Davis, Lillian Gatley and Catherine Mc Clung, grandfather of Mary Alice Eubank, Kimberly Roedel, Joseph August Cooper Jr., Brendan and Courtney Reece, great-grandfather of Kristie, Chelsea, Jackie, Jerry and Joey. Friends may call at the family owned Kirkley-Ruddick Funeral Home P.A., 421 Crain Hwy SE, Glen Burnie, on Monday from 7 to 9 P.M. and Tuesday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M., where Funeral Services will be held on Wednesday at 11 A.M. Interment Meadowridge Memorial Park.
SPORTS
By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,SUN STAFF | February 7, 1999
WASHINGTON -- With a championship fight on the horizon against the winner of the Felix Trinidad-Pernell Whitaker match in New York on Feb. 20, Baltimore welterweight Vincent Pettway tried to shake off 13 months of ring rust against journeyman Gerald Reed at the Washington Convention Center last night. He was only partly successful. Pettway (42-6-1) won a unanimous 10-round decision by margins of 100-87, 100-87 and 99-88, but struggled to put punches together and ended the fight looking more like the loser, with a deep gash over his left eye and another cut alongside his right eye. "They were both the result of butts," said Pettway, who fought on the undercard of the Bernard Hopkins-Robert Allen middleweight title fight.
NEWS
July 31, 1991
Joseph Cooper, a distinguished professor of social sciences at Rice University, is to be the new provost and vice president of academic affairs at Johns Hopkins University.Cooper was appointed Monday by the executive committee of the Johns Hopkins Board of Trustees. His selection was recommended by Hopkins President William Richardson."Dr. Cooper is a distinguished scholar . . . and a seasoned administrator who brings to us a wealth of experience," Richardson said.Cooper, who assumes his new post Sept.
BUSINESS
By Timothy J. Mullaney | January 28, 1992
The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. bought the Radisson Plaza Lord Baltimore Hotel at auction yesterday for $6.85 million, closing the books on a failed effort to restore the 66-year-old hotel to its glory days.The FDIC put the property up for auction after LBH Associates L.P. of Rockville defaulted on a $16 million promissory note from Bowery Savings of New York. The federal agency will take title to the hotel after a Circuit Court judge in Baltimore certifies the sale.LBH got its original loan in 1985 from both Bowery and Yorkridge-Calvert Savings & Loan of Baltimore, but Bowery bought out Yorkridge's interest in 1986.
BUSINESS
August 12, 1991
New positionsThe Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore named Joseph Cooper provost and vice president for academic affairs.Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. in Baltimore named Carserlo Doyle manager of the Telecommunications Department.Knoll Daniels Associates, a Baltimore-based space planning and interior design firm, named Carol A. Dittmar interior designer. The company recently relocated to 7311 York Road in Baltimore.Kearny Executive Search, an employment company in Baltimore, named Joseph C. Haberman vice president and partner.
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