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By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | September 27, 1997
SOTOGRANDE, Spain -- They took different roads to get there. The Americans used their entire 12-man roster. The Europeans changed one golfer from the morning four-ball to the afternoon foursomes.In the end, they wound up in the same place yesterday after the first day of the 32nd Ryder Cup, dead even at three matches each and dead tired after a long adventure at the Valderrama Golf Club."It's been a long day," European captain Seve Ballesteros said. He was weary but certainly not disappointed by the way the competition turned out.It began with a 100-minute delay brought on by a torrential morning storm that was the first rain the Costa del Sol has seen in three months and the first recorded September precipitation in a decade.
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By Paul Tierney, The Baltimore Sun and By Paul Tierney, The Baltimore Sun | May 18, 2014
Johns Hopkins and Duke had a week to get ready for Sunday's NCAA quarterfinal matchup at Delaware Stadium. But for Duke midfielder Myles Jones and Hopkins long-stick midfielder Michael Pellegrino, whether they knew it or not, their preparation began seven years ago as freshman high schoolers on Long Island. Jones graduated from Walt Whitman High in Huntington Station, N.Y., while Pellegrino played less than 20 miles away at Connetquot. Pellegrino came out on top in three of their four prep matchups, but Jones got even Sunday in Newark.
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By FRANKLIN MASON | June 19, 1996
FOR A LONG time he did not think about it at all and then lately he thought a lot about it. It was about his caddie days and his caddie badge.He had it still, the caddie badge. It had a blue border, a white center and red numerals. At the top was written ''Clifton Park,'' at the bottom was ''Caddie,'' and in the center was ''83A.''He had always liked the badge and liked it now, maybe even more. The 83 was meaning a little more to him. It has to do with time, with time past, and with now. And No. 83.Back then caddie jobs were scarce.
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The Baltimore Sun | August 26, 2013
Summer may be winding down, but there are still a couple weekends left to get to the beach. Even after Labor Day, Rehoboth has plenty of activities which don't involve sand or sun. Here are 10 things to do in Rehoboth for $20 or less. Dogfish Head Live music, great seafood and wood-fire grilling. What else could you possibly want after a long day on the beach? How about some homemade beer and rum. Sit back, relax and enjoy some of the finest craft beer on the market. 320 Rehoboth Ave.; dogfish.com.
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The Baltimore Sun | August 26, 2013
Summer may be winding down, but there are still a couple weekends left to get to the beach. Even after Labor Day, Rehoboth has plenty of activities which don't involve sand or sun. Here are 10 things to do in Rehoboth for $20 or less. Dogfish Head Live music, great seafood and wood-fire grilling. What else could you possibly want after a long day on the beach? How about some homemade beer and rum. Sit back, relax and enjoy some of the finest craft beer on the market. 320 Rehoboth Ave.; dogfish.com.
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By Jeff Barker, The Baltimore Sun | September 18, 2010
Maryland probably didn't need another reminder that wide receiver Tavon Austin (Dunbar) — who was once heavily recruited by the Terps — opted to enroll at West Virginia instead. But the Terps were reminded often Saturday. Seven times, to be exact. That's the number of receptions Austin made for the No. 21 Mountaineers in West Virginia's 31-17 victory. Austin caught passes of 6 and 5 yards for West Virginia's first two touchdowns. The sophomore also had a 57-yard kickoff return and finished with 172 all-purpose yards.
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By Julie Scharper | julie.scharper@baltsun.com | February 4, 2010
The guest of honor moved through the restaurant in a black suit and pumps, surrounded by colleagues, well-wishers and staff members angling for a moment with the boss. Those moments come to an end at noon today, when Mayor Sheila Dixon becomes simply Sheila Dixon. Forced to resign as part of a plea deal to settle a criminal case, Dixon began her last full day as mayor Wednesday at a meeting of the city's spending board and wound it down at a happy-hour party at Milan, a new restaurant in Little Italy.
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April 9, 2006
Thunderstorms delayed the third round of the Masters for more than four hours, setting up a marathon finish today. The world's top five players, including Tiger Woods (above), are within four strokes of leader Chad Campbell, who is at 6-under through 40 holes. (Article, 10D) On TV today 3rd round -- 8 a.m., USA 4th round -- 2:30 p.m., chs. 13, 9
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By J. Wynn Rousuck and J. Wynn Rousuck,Sun Theater Critic | January 27, 1995
What stays with you long after you've left the Arena Stage production of Eugene O'Neill's "Long Day's Journey into Night" is the realization that, though the Tyrones possess a dangerously warped family dynamic, that dynamic is built on love.It's a touching approach to a play about a family so dysfunctional it rivals Greek tragedies.Most of the underlying love is conveyed by Richard Kneeland and Tana Hicken as James and Mary Tyrone. When they embrace in the first act, Kneeland, and especially Hicken, seem almost embarrassed by their passion after 35 years of marriage.
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By JOHN EISENBERG | July 20, 1997
It was an incredibly long, strange, semi-ridiculous game, but the Orioles didn't care.It was a 342-pitch, 245-minute advertise- ment for why baseball's popularity is wavering in the '90s, but the Orioles will take another dozen just like it, thank you.Having lost three games in a row, nine of 11 and 13 of 20 coming into yesterday's game against the White Sox at Camden Yards, they weren't about to complain about the lack of artistry in an 8-3 victory on...
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 26, 2013
All season, Syracuse has dealt with a decided disadvantage at faceoffs. So why should Monday's NCAA tournament final against seventh-seeded Duke at Lincoln Financial Field here be any different? The top-seeded Orange (16-3) will attempt to capture the program's NCAA-leading 11th national championship despite the presence of Blue Devils junior Brendan Fowler, who has won 64.1 percent (319 of 498) of his draws this season and passed Bryant sophomore Kevin Massa for the most faceoff wins in a single season with his 16 of 31 performance in the team's 16-14 win against Cornell in Saturday's semifinal.
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Peter Schmuck | September 30, 2012
It has been a long and interesting ride to the Orioles' first playoff berth since 1997, so it probably shouldn't surprise anybody that they spent a long and very interesting day nailing down their place in this year's postseason. They took care of the easy part early Sunday afternoon, when they completed a three-game sweep of the Boston Red Sox with a 6-3 victory before a raucous crowd in the final scheduled regular-season game at Oriole Park. Then it got strange. The Texas Rangers had the Los Angeles Angels down by three runs in the game that might have locked up at least a wild-card berth before the Orioles headed off to Tampa for a still-meaningful three-game series against the Rays, but it wasn't going to be that easy.
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By Bill Dwyre, Tribune newspapers | October 2, 2010
NEWPORT, Wales — A long and frustrating opening day in Ryder Cup golf competition ended with Team USA holding a precarious 2-1-1 lead after a partial day of four-ball play. The teams teed off at 7:45 a.m. and were called off the course one minute shy of two hours later when a steady rain made much of the Twenty Ten course at the Celtic Manor Resort unplayable. There were deep puddles on many fairways and greens. When that stoppage took place, Europe had a 3-1 lead and the only U.S. team on top was the rookie pair of Bubba Watson and Jeff Overton, who birdied the first two holes and were 2 up on European veterans Padraig Harrington and Luke Donald.
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By Julie Scharper, The Baltimore Sun | October 1, 2010
Community leaders, developers and politicians celebrated the groundbreaking for a long-awaited development project in Southwest Baltimore yesterday — and praised former Mayor Sheila Dixon, who made her most prominent public appearance since resigning from office this year amid a corruption scandal. More than 1,100 condominiums, apartments, townhouses and "mansionettes" are to be built on a 100-acre tract that includes the former site of the Uplands publicly subsidized apartments.
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By Jeff Barker, The Baltimore Sun | September 18, 2010
Maryland probably didn't need another reminder that wide receiver Tavon Austin (Dunbar) — who was once heavily recruited by the Terps — opted to enroll at West Virginia instead. But the Terps were reminded often Saturday. Seven times, to be exact. That's the number of receptions Austin made for the No. 21 Mountaineers in West Virginia's 31-17 victory. Austin caught passes of 6 and 5 yards for West Virginia's first two touchdowns. The sophomore also had a 57-yard kickoff return and finished with 172 all-purpose yards.
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By Julie Scharper | julie.scharper@baltsun.com | February 4, 2010
The guest of honor moved through the restaurant in a black suit and pumps, surrounded by colleagues, well-wishers and staff members angling for a moment with the boss. Those moments come to an end at noon today, when Mayor Sheila Dixon becomes simply Sheila Dixon. Forced to resign as part of a plea deal to settle a criminal case, Dixon began her last full day as mayor Wednesday at a meeting of the city's spending board and wound it down at a happy-hour party at Milan, a new restaurant in Little Italy.
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By Annie Linskey and Julie Bykowicz and Baltimore Sun reporters | November 10, 2009
Mayor Sheila Dixon stood before a judge for the first time Monday, the beginning of a long day of jury selection in her criminal theft trial that will resume this morning. After the mayor's lawyers entered a plea of not guilty on her behalf, much of the opening-day action was conducted out of the earshot of the courtroom audience. For hours, the mayor huddled with defense lawyers and prosecutors at the bench, interviewing potential jurors, while loudspeakers piped white noise into the room.
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