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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 7, 2003
Sheldon Kalish of Woodholme Country Club, Bryan Armstrong, an assistant professional at Chartwell CC, and Brian Crum from the Naval Academy were among the leaders as the Maryland State Golf Association conducted qualifying rounds for its Amateur and Open championships at three sites this week. Kalish, a two-time Amateur medalist when it was solely conducted at the site before going to preliminary rounds about a decade ago, shot 2-over-par 73 in the cold and pouring rain at Piney Branch GC for the low amateur score, and shared the low round for the Open with Chris Davidson, an Ellicott City resident who will graduate from UMBC this month.
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By Sheryl Hunter and Sheryl Hunter,THE HARTFORD COURANT | January 29, 2004
We can thank George W. Bush for helping Rickie Lee Jones get her career back on track. The Evening of My Best Day, Jones' first album of original material since 1997's experimental trip-hop oddity Ghostyhead, is easily her strongest release since her celebrated self-titled debut in 1979. Back then, Jones was heralded as the next Joni Mitchell, but her career over the past 20 years has largely been one of unfulfilled potential. After Ghostyhead, she took a six-year break from songwriting; then along came George II. Angry with Bush and his policies, she picked up her pen and directed her fury at the president on the disc's opener, "Ugly Man."
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Staff Writer | July 26, 1993
If Howard Swartz couldn't give Sheldon Kalish a run for his money, he at least gave him a run for the most merchandise in the Bonnie View Country Club pro shop.Four strokes behind entering the back nine yesterday, Swartz rallied to tie, only to lose to Kalish on the first playoff hole in the 39th Baltimore City Amateur Championship.For Kalish, a 44-year-old certified public accountant who plays out of Woodholme Country Club, it was his second Baltimore City Amateur title, the other achieved in 1980.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | July 7, 2003
Just when it appeared Kirk Lombardi was in position to make a run at the pacesetter yesterday in the 36th annual Maryland Amateur Stroke Play championship, Billy Wingerd slammed shut the window of opportunity. A birdie at the 10th and a superb sand save at the short 11th left Lombardi three strokes back, but on the 377-yard 12th, with the pin in the back, Wingerd hit it in about two feet for birdie. The leader, who led wire-to-wire, shot 1-under-par 70 for a 54-hole total of 209 at Mount Pleasant Golf Course, and even though Lombardi closed with a birdie, he finished 69-210.
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By SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 22, 1999
MITCHELLVILLE -- Larry Ringer and David Oakley, both backed by U.S. Senior Open experience, earned the two available places in yesterday's sectional qualifying for the 20th annual championship.Ringer, 54, head professional at the Country Club of Woodmore, toured his home course in 4-under-par 68, and Oakley, 54, from Orlando, Fla., shot 70. The two were the only ones among 60 starters to break par over the Prince George's County course. Sheldon Kalish, from Baltimore, won the playoff for first alternate, beating Dick Blackburn, of Alexandria, Va., with a par on the second extra hole.
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March 15, 1994
WASHINGTON -- Jennifer Kalish, a 17-year-old senior at Bryn Mawr School, was named the winner of an eighth-place scholarship yesterday in the Westinghouse Science Talent Search for her study of how traces of aluminum from foil, pots and containers affect human cells.Ms. Kalish -- a karate black belt and a point guard on Bryn Mawr's basketball team -- won a $10,000 scholarship.The top prize of a $40,000 scholarship in the national contest for high school students was awarded to Forrest Newell Anderson, 18, of Helena, Mont.
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By Melody Simmons and Melody Simmons,Staff Writer | January 26, 1994
A little juice box could lead to a $40,000 scholarship for Baltimore's Jennifer Kalish.Studying the inner lining of the plastic containers has made the Bryn Mawr School senior a finalist for the top prize in the Westinghouse Science Talent Search, a prestigious contest won by five who went on to receive Nobel Prizes.Ms. Kalish was one of 40 nationwide finalists named yesterday to compete for a total of $205,000 in scholarships. She is the first Westinghouse finalist from Baltimore in 35 years.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | July 7, 2003
Just when it appeared Kirk Lombardi was in position to make a run at the pacesetter yesterday in the 36th annual Maryland Amateur Stroke Play championship, Billy Wingerd slammed shut the window of opportunity. A birdie at the 10th and a superb sand save at the short 11th left Lombardi three strokes back, but on the 377-yard 12th, with the pin in the back, Wingerd hit it in about two feet for birdie. The leader, who led wire-to-wire, shot 1-under-par 70 for a 54-hole total of 209 at Mount Pleasant Golf Course, and even though Lombardi closed with a birdie, he finished 69-210.
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By GEORGE TAYLOR | July 30, 1993
20 years later, Swartz is back in swingPiney Branch's Howard Swartz never will know how many golf laurels he passed up.It was almost 20 years ago that Swartz drastically reduced his tournament schedule to switch his priorities to family activities. This summer, however, Swartz launched a mild comeback, and, judging by the results, it was as if he never had left the tournament scene.In the past two weeks, Swartz, 45, has won his club's stroke-play championship and was runner-up in the Baltimore Amateur Championship.
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By SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 12, 2001
MITCHELLVILLE -- Dave Rasley, first off in the 55-man field, shot 34-38--72 to earn the medal in U.S. Senior Open qualifying at the Country Club of Woodmore yesterday. Former Woodmore head professional Larry Ringer grabbed the other available place with a par-3 at No. 9, the first playoff hole, beating three others who had matched his 2-over-par 74. Among those were Sheldon Kalish of Woodholme CC and Kevin Fink from Denton. This will be Rasley's second straight trip to the championship, to be held June 28 to July 1 at Salem CC in Peabody, Mass.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 7, 2003
Sheldon Kalish of Woodholme Country Club, Bryan Armstrong, an assistant professional at Chartwell CC, and Brian Crum from the Naval Academy were among the leaders as the Maryland State Golf Association conducted qualifying rounds for its Amateur and Open championships at three sites this week. Kalish, a two-time Amateur medalist when it was solely conducted at the site before going to preliminary rounds about a decade ago, shot 2-over-par 73 in the cold and pouring rain at Piney Branch GC for the low amateur score, and shared the low round for the Open with Chris Davidson, an Ellicott City resident who will graduate from UMBC this month.
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By SPECIAL TO THE SUN | October 3, 2001
LOTHIAN -- Larry Ringer, a teaching professional at Country Road Driving Range in Frederick, made it 2-for-2 in the Maryland State Senior Open, turning a three-shot lead into a six-shot victory with a 3-under-par 69 yesterday for a 36-hole total of 139 at Old South Country Club. Glenn Brown, head pro at Westwood Country Club in Vienna, Va., shot a 70 for the day's only other sub-par round in a field of 59. Joe Wood, Norbeck CC, was low amateur at 148, edging Joe Records, Hillendale CC, and Dick Roulette, Fountain Head CC, by a stroke.
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By SPECIAL TO THE SUN | July 2, 2001
There was just one challenge to what became a victory tour for Billy Wingerd, and it lasted only long enough for the play of one hole. This was the final round of the 34th annual Maryland Amateur Stroke Play championship at Mount Pleasant Golf Course, and Wingerd had carried at least a two-stroke lead for much of the day. On the 15th tee, he knew John Rudolph, in the threesome just ahead, had moved to plus-1 for the tournament and moments later, he...
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By SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 30, 2001
John Rudolph shot a 3-under-par 68 to take a two-stroke lead after the first round of the annual Maryland Amateur Stroke Play championship at Mount Pleasant Golf Course yesterday. Rudolph, who plays out of Geneva Farms in Street, dominated the 150-player field, as he had no 5s on his card (he birdied the two par 5s, No. 1 and No. 10), and closed with a birdie at the 18th to complete a bogey-free round that was as hot as the weather over the 6,726-yard course. Paul Steinhardt had all four of his birdies on the front nine in shooting 70, while Jim Winner turned in a 1-under 35, then had two birdies and two bogeys on the back nine to tie him at 70. Four players tied at 71, including Joe Records, who birdied the seventh, eighth and ninth holes, then gave them back for 71, and Tim Dilli, who hit a ball out of bounds at the 14th, then finished with four successive 3s (three of them birdies)
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By SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 12, 2001
MITCHELLVILLE -- Dave Rasley, first off in the 55-man field, shot 34-38--72 to earn the medal in U.S. Senior Open qualifying at the Country Club of Woodmore yesterday. Former Woodmore head professional Larry Ringer grabbed the other available place with a par-3 at No. 9, the first playoff hole, beating three others who had matched his 2-over-par 74. Among those were Sheldon Kalish of Woodholme CC and Kevin Fink from Denton. This will be Rasley's second straight trip to the championship, to be held June 28 to July 1 at Salem CC in Peabody, Mass.
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By LOS ANGLES DAILY NEWS | June 25, 2000
LOS ANGELES - Los Angeles police failed to move swiftly when violence erupted after the Lakers won the NBA title, despite their own confidential plan calling for an immediate show of overwhelming force if there was trouble. The confidential LAPD plan, dated June 5 and obtained Friday by the Los Angeles Daily News, noted that there was a high potential for violence and that lawlessness should be dealt with quickly to avoid escalation. "The early moments of the civil disorder are critical," according to the department's Lakers Victory Operations Plan 2000.
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By LOS ANGLES DAILY NEWS | June 25, 2000
LOS ANGELES - Los Angeles police failed to move swiftly when violence erupted after the Lakers won the NBA title, despite their own confidential plan calling for an immediate show of overwhelming force if there was trouble. The confidential LAPD plan, dated June 5 and obtained Friday by the Los Angeles Daily News, noted that there was a high potential for violence and that lawlessness should be dealt with quickly to avoid escalation. "The early moments of the civil disorder are critical," according to the department's Lakers Victory Operations Plan 2000.
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By SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 30, 2001
John Rudolph shot a 3-under-par 68 to take a two-stroke lead after the first round of the annual Maryland Amateur Stroke Play championship at Mount Pleasant Golf Course yesterday. Rudolph, who plays out of Geneva Farms in Street, dominated the 150-player field, as he had no 5s on his card (he birdied the two par 5s, No. 1 and No. 10), and closed with a birdie at the 18th to complete a bogey-free round that was as hot as the weather over the 6,726-yard course. Paul Steinhardt had all four of his birdies on the front nine in shooting 70, while Jim Winner turned in a 1-under 35, then had two birdies and two bogeys on the back nine to tie him at 70. Four players tied at 71, including Joe Records, who birdied the seventh, eighth and ninth holes, then gave them back for 71, and Tim Dilli, who hit a ball out of bounds at the 14th, then finished with four successive 3s (three of them birdies)
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By SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 22, 1999
MITCHELLVILLE -- Larry Ringer and David Oakley, both backed by U.S. Senior Open experience, earned the two available places in yesterday's sectional qualifying for the 20th annual championship.Ringer, 54, head professional at the Country Club of Woodmore, toured his home course in 4-under-par 68, and Oakley, 54, from Orlando, Fla., shot 70. The two were the only ones among 60 starters to break par over the Prince George's County course. Sheldon Kalish, from Baltimore, won the playoff for first alternate, beating Dick Blackburn, of Alexandria, Va., with a par on the second extra hole.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SUN STAFF | October 20, 1997
The team of Private club members needed four points to ensure a victory over their publinx counterparts and got five for a 13 1/2 -10 1/2 triumph in the third annual Challenge Cup matches at the Country Club of Maryland yesterday.Down 8 1/2 -3 1/2 after Saturday's foursomes and better-ball pairings Pine Ridge Golf Course, the Public parks side rallied to draw even midway through the round, but could not sustain its charge.Paul Steinhardt, from Bonnie View CC, helped blunt the rally when he turned even against Mike Raborg, then won five holes in a row.Steinhardt was followed by three Private teammates who went off in the first four matches and clinched the needed points.
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