October 8, 1995
A year ago, Arundel waited to get beat. Now the Wildcats expect to win and can't wait to prove it.No. 5 Arundel (5-0) stunned No. 10 North County, 21-14, in Ferndale yesterday to spoil the Knights' homecoming and virtually end any chances of the Knights (2-3) returning to the playoffs to defend their 4A state championship."This was a big, big win for us. We didn't expect to be 5-0, but we're in great position and control our own destiny as far as the playoffs are concerned," said Arundel coach Bill Zucco.
August 15, 1995
In a 3-month old labor dispute, painters union members picketed yesterday a Columbia office building where a Landover-based contractor used nonunion painters.About 60 workers in the local International Brotherhood of Painters Inc. protested for two hours against L. A. Mangum and Son Inc. outside the Ryland Group Inc. building in the 11000 block of Broken Land Parkway in Town Center. L. A. Mangum, a contractor that employed union members for 32 years, was doing painting at the building.The dispute began when L. A. Mangum declined to sign a May 15 agreement giving union workers with a 40-cent increase in their hourly wages.
March 28, 1995
Brother NorbertRedemptorist bakerBrother Norbert Schruefer, C.SS.R., a native of Baltimore who was a baker in several communities of the Redemptorist order, died Friday of heart failure at the order's St. John Neumann Residence in Saratoga Springs, N.Y. He was 92.The former George Schruefer entered the Redemptorist Fathers and Brothers in 1925 at the provincial novitiate in Ilchester. He took his final vows in 1930.Brother Norbert was a baker at the novitiate until 1928 and again from 1929 until 1977.
March 1, 1991
Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated for Staff Sgt. Ronald M.Randazzo at 9 a.m. Saturday, March 2, at Church of the Crucifixion.Sergeant Randazzo, 24 and a Glen Burnie resident, died Feb. 20 inSaudi Arabia in the Persian Gulf war.A 1985 graduate of Glen Burnie High School, he served in the U.S. Army for four years and in theNational Guard for three years.He was a member of Glen Burnie Boys Baseball Association, Maryland National Guard, and the Church of the Crucifixion.His other interests included hunting, fishing, collecting comic books and baseball cards with his brother, and camping.
January 10, 1991
Terry Mangum, a native of Long Island, N.Y., and a Lutherville resident, has been named the new head varsity lacrosse coach at Archbishop Spalding High School, athletic director Domenic Pachence announced.Mangum, 24, is a graduate of Roanoke College in Virginia, where he played lacrosse for four years. The first-time head coach is employed as a permanent substitute teacher in the county school system.Mangum replaces former six-year head coach Bob Abend.
January 1, 1991
Dennis Edwards was nicknamed "Instant Offense" for his sixth-man role at Annapolis last season.The 6-foot-5 leaper averaged 11.6 points in 16 minutes per game, as the Panthers swept to their first state championship under coach John Brady.Edwards capped his junior season by entering the Class 4A final at the three-minute mark and scoring 14 first-half points (of 22 total) on a series of spectacular baseline drives.It was a major contribution to the 106-102 victory over favored defending champion High Point, but Edwards was not satisfied.