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April 23, 1991
The Parents' Association of Boys Latin School will hold its third annual Callahan Memorial five-kilometer race April 27 at the school, starting at 8:30 a.m. A 1.5-kilometer walk and homecoming activities also are planned.Mayor Kurt L. Schmoke has declare April 27 William H. Callahan Memorial Day in honor of the man who volunteered as a coach and mentor to several generations fo Boys Latin students.
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By Kit Waskom Pollard and For The Baltimore Sun | September 15, 2014
With school back in session, parents are breathing a collective sigh of relief. No more wet bathing suits on the bedroom floor or kids begging for snacks at 15-minute intervals. But the school year brings its own set of challenges, many of which arrive in children's homework folders. Every assignment - from daily math homework to science projects with months of lead time - raises an important question: How much should parents help their children with schoolwork? The answer, according to area educators, is that it varies: Every assignment is different, and so is every child.
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January 25, 2014
As someone who has spent more than 50 years in education and, more importantly, in developing the character of the young men who passed through Boys' Latin's doors, Richard Sherman's outburst after the Seattle Seahawks victory saddens me greatly ( "Richard Sherman was out of line," Jan. 20). Many of our professional athletes fail to recognize they are role models for the fans of all ages. Mr. Sherman's outburst is another glaring example of a complete failure to win with grace and humility.
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By Nelson Coffin | May 14, 2014
These are exhilarating, and, truthfully, scary times for fans of the Boys' Latin School varsity lacrosse team with just one game remaining -  May 16, against archrival St. Paul's School in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference final.  Up to now, the Lakers' season has been pretty much perfect. They're the No. 1 team in the metropolitan area, according to The Baltimore Sun, and are also No. 1 nationally in the most recent Under Armour/Inside Lacrosse rankings.
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September 27, 1990
Robert P. Marshall Sr., retired business manager of the Boys' Latin School and former business manager of Archbishop Curley High School, died of kidney failure Sunday at the Francis Scott Key Medical Center.Mr. Marshall, who was 68 and lived on Cynthia Court in Overlea, began his career in school administration after retiring in 1967 as a chief warrant officer in the U.S. Army Counter Intelligence Corps.He first served in the Army during World War II, remained in the Reserve and was recalled for service in the Korean War.A native of Coalport, Pa., he was reared in Johnstown, Pa., and settled in the Baltimore area in 1964.
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By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun and Baltimore Sun reporter | November 7, 2011
Frances M. Chandlee, a retired insurance company secretary and volunteer, died of a stroke Oct. 28 at her Roland Park Place home. She was 90. Born Frances Hardy Michaels in Baltimore and raised on West 40th Street, she was a 1937 Girls' Latin School graduate. She enrolled at Stratford Business School and became a secretary to help support her family. Family members said her father, Robert E. Michaels, died when she was 11. She worked as an executive secretary at the former Maryland Casualty Co., where she met her future husband, Theodore M. Chandlee Jr., the former president of Charles H. Steffey Real Estate Co. She used some of her earnings to take piano lessons at the Peabody Institute.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | October 10, 2013
Richard A. Moore, former owner of Gaylord Brooks Realty who developed 65 communities throughout Maryland, died Oct. 4 of brain cancer at his Monkton home. He was 78. The son of a bookbinder and a homemaker, Richard Allan Moore was born in Baltimore and raised in Towson. A 1953 graduate of St. Paul's School, Mr. Moore earned a bachelor's degree in 1958 from Washington & Lee University. An accomplished athlete who played football, basketball and lacrosse, he was selected a third-team All American in lacrosse.
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By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | November 20, 1998
In the first federal appeals court ruling on racial preferences in public school admissions, a three-judge panel in Boston yesterday struck down the affirmative-action policy at Boston Latin School, the city's most prestigious public high school.The challenge to Boston Latin, brought by Henry Robert Wessman, the father of a white student who was not admitted, moves the charged debate over affirmative action in education from the college and professional school level down to the public school systems.
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By Linda Linley and Linda Linley,SUN STAFF | July 26, 2003
A veteran educator who has spent his entire career at two Baltimore private schools is retiring at the end of the 2003-2004 school year. M. Mercer Neale III, headmaster at the Boys' Latin School in North Baltimore since 1994, announced his retirement this month in a letter to Duncan Smith, president of the board of trustees. Neale, 58, of Roland Park was on vacation yesterday and unavailable for comment. He said in his letter that he wanted to spend more time with his family. His retirement is effective June 30 next year.
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By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun | January 10, 2012
Msgr. Robert Albert Bozel, a retired pastor of a Howard County parish recalled for his voluminous correspondence with friends and members of his congregation, died of pneumonia Saturday at Stella Maris Hospice. He was 88. Born in Baltimore and raised in Hamilton, he attended St. Dominic's School. "He was from a large family that included vocations to the religious life," said a friend, Msgr. George B. Moeller of Timonium. "He was a warm and personable guy who tried to spread that happiness.
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By Scott Dance and Ian Duncan, The Baltimore Sun | February 3, 2014
With one underperforming snow system having come and gone, a new winter storm watch is in effect for areas northwest of Baltimore for freezing rain Tuesday night into Wednesday. The storm watch is in effect for northern Baltimore County and Carroll County from Tuesday evening through Wednesday afternoon. More than a quarter of an inch of ice accumulation is possible. Several inches of snow fell across parts of Carroll County and northern Baltimore and Harford counties Monday morning, but mostly rain and some ice were all that was observed closer to Baltimore and the Interstate 95 corridor.
NEWS
January 25, 2014
As someone who has spent more than 50 years in education and, more importantly, in developing the character of the young men who passed through Boys' Latin's doors, Richard Sherman's outburst after the Seattle Seahawks victory saddens me greatly ( "Richard Sherman was out of line," Jan. 20). Many of our professional athletes fail to recognize they are role models for the fans of all ages. Mr. Sherman's outburst is another glaring example of a complete failure to win with grace and humility.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | October 10, 2013
Richard A. Moore, former owner of Gaylord Brooks Realty who developed 65 communities throughout Maryland, died Oct. 4 of brain cancer at his Monkton home. He was 78. The son of a bookbinder and a homemaker, Richard Allan Moore was born in Baltimore and raised in Towson. A 1953 graduate of St. Paul's School, Mr. Moore earned a bachelor's degree in 1958 from Washington & Lee University. An accomplished athlete who played football, basketball and lacrosse, he was selected a third-team All American in lacrosse.
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By Katherine Dunn and The Baltimore Sun | April 30, 2013
More than 100 student athletes from 73 Baltimore-area  high schools will be honored Monday night at the 73 rd Annual McCormick Unsung Heroes Award Banquet at the Hunt Valley Inn. One football player and one girls basketball player will be awarded the Charles Perry McCormick scholarships, valued at $36,000 over four years of college. They keynote speaker will be best-selling author Wes Moore, whose book 'The Other Wes Moore" is set to be made into a movie. An paratrooper with the Army in Afghanistan, Moore played football at Johns Hopkins, where he graduated Phi Beta Kappa in 2001.
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Mike Preston | April 13, 2012
Boys' Latin School's Tyler Steinhardt is always involved in fundraising. If he isn't having a dodge ball tournament to raise money for a child with cancer, then he is organizing a special help group on another high school campus or coaching lacrosse in Uganda. For his next project, Steinhardt, 18, has organized the Shootout for Soldiers, a 24-hour lacrosse game to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project or wounded American soldiers. Initially, there were some snags, but now head coaches Bobby Shriver of Boys' Latin and Calvert Hall's Bryan Kelly have gotten involved.
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By Jacques Kelly, Baltimore Sun | April 7, 2012
Emily T. Taliaferro, an artist and former Friends School tennis coach, died of stroke complications April 2 at Roland Park Place. She was 82. Born in Baltimore, she was the daughter of Raymond S. Tompkins, a Sun reporter and later an official of Baltimore's streetcar utility, United Railways, and Marie Lanning, whom he met in Alabama while awaiting a departure to France to cover World War I. She lived as a child at the Lombardy Apartments and...
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By Katherine Dunn and The Baltimore Sun | April 30, 2013
More than 100 student athletes from 73 Baltimore-area  high schools will be honored Monday night at the 73 rd Annual McCormick Unsung Heroes Award Banquet at the Hunt Valley Inn. One football player and one girls basketball player will be awarded the Charles Perry McCormick scholarships, valued at $36,000 over four years of college. They keynote speaker will be best-selling author Wes Moore, whose book 'The Other Wes Moore" is set to be made into a movie. An paratrooper with the Army in Afghanistan, Moore played football at Johns Hopkins, where he graduated Phi Beta Kappa in 2001.
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By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun | January 10, 2012
Msgr. Robert Albert Bozel, a retired pastor of a Howard County parish recalled for his voluminous correspondence with friends and members of his congregation, died of pneumonia Saturday at Stella Maris Hospice. He was 88. Born in Baltimore and raised in Hamilton, he attended St. Dominic's School. "He was from a large family that included vocations to the religious life," said a friend, Msgr. George B. Moeller of Timonium. "He was a warm and personable guy who tried to spread that happiness.
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By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun | November 16, 2011
Alexander Hamilton "Ham" Bishop III, a respected headmaster who led five independent schools during his lengthy career in education, died of kidney failure complications Saturday at ManorCare Health Services Dulaney. He was 85 and lived in North Baltimore. Educational colleagues said he was often sought out as a school administrator. In 1994, he was the first head of the Odyssey School, founded by parents of dyslexic children. "He gave the new school instant credibility," said Marty Sweeney, Odyssey's head.
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