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December 16, 2004
On December 9, 2004, ROBERT E. MASON SR., beloved husband of Yvonne Mason, son of Evelyn Mason and the late William H. Mason Sr., devoted father of Melody Powell, Robert Mason Jr., and Mark Mason, brother of William H. Mason Jr., and Anthony Mason and he leaves behind a host of other relatives and friends. Memorial service will be held on Friday, December 17, at 6 P. M at John Wesley United Methodist Church, 3202 W. North Avenue at Bloomingdale Road, 21216.
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March 6, 2005
On March 4, 2005, FRANCES "Frenchie" MASON (nee Johnson); beloved wife of Donald A. Mason; devoted mother of Rev. Sherry Taylor and her husband Rev. Harry Taylor, of Plainfield, NJ and Mark Mason and his wife Carol, of Columbia, MD; loving grandmother of Joshua Taylor, of NY and Matthew Taylor and his wife Alexandria, of West Hartford, CT. Friends may call at the family owned Duda-Ruck Funeral Home of Dunalk, Inc., 7922 Wise Avenue, on Monday 7 to 9...
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March 6, 2005
On March 4, 2005, FRANCES "Frenchie" MASON (nee Johnson); beloved wife of Donald A. Mason; devoted mother of Rev. Sherry Taylor and her husband Rev. Harry Taylor, of Plainfield, NJ and Mark Mason and his wife Carol, of Columbia, MD; loving grandmother of Joshua Taylor, of NY and Matthew Taylor and his wife Alexandria, of West Hartford, CT. Friends may call at the family owned Duda-Ruck Funeral Home of Dunalk, Inc., 7922 Wise Avenue, on Monday 7 to 9...
NEWS
December 16, 2004
On December 9, 2004, ROBERT E. MASON SR., beloved husband of Yvonne Mason, son of Evelyn Mason and the late William H. Mason Sr., devoted father of Melody Powell, Robert Mason Jr., and Mark Mason, brother of William H. Mason Jr., and Anthony Mason and he leaves behind a host of other relatives and friends. Memorial service will be held on Friday, December 17, at 6 P. M at John Wesley United Methodist Church, 3202 W. North Avenue at Bloomingdale Road, 21216.
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By Bill Tanton and Bill Tanton,Evening Sun Staff | October 23, 1991
COLLEGE PARK -- "One thing I'm certain of about the Duk team that plays us here Saturday," said Maryland football coach Joe Krivak. "They'll be well-rested."Indeed. The Blue Devils, through a schedule quirk, haven'played the last two weeks. Counting the present week of practice, they've had three weeks to get ready for Maryland.That's in marked contrast to Maryland. The Terps in the lasthree weeks have lost to Pittsburgh and Georgia Tech and edged Wake Forest, 23-22.And while Duke has used the layoff to heal its injured, Maryland'disabled list has grown.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Sun Staff Correspondent | October 6, 1991
PITTSBURGH -- Despite inconsistency in yesterday's 24-20 loss to No. 17 Pittsburgh at Pitt Stadium, Maryland's passing offense was the best it has been all season.The Terps (1-3) passed for 229 yards as quarterback Jim Sandwisch completed 22 of 47 for 230 yards. Maryland also got its wide receivers involved, as they accounted for nine catches for 157 yards. The Terps finally got big-play specialist Gene Thomas into the offense.Thomas had three receptions for 29 yards. Wide-out Marcus Badgett had two receptions for 70 yards, including a 58-yard touchdown catch.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Evening Sun Staff | October 15, 1991
COLLEGE PARK -- The Maryland freshman from Columbia didn't think it would come to this so quickly. Goodbye, Mark Mason. Hello, Raphael Wall.The Terps lost Mason for the season when the sophomore tailback and leading rusher broke his right leg in the third quarter of Saturday's loss to Georgia Tech. One change in the depth chart as Maryland prepares for its visit to Wake Forest Saturday brings Wall up from the depths.Senior Troy Jackson is No. 1; he has rushed for 199 yards to Mason's 452. Doug Burnett, a redshirt freshman from Laurel Springs, N.J., is No. 2, followed by a pair of true freshmen, Larry Washington from Randallstown High and Wall from Wilde Lake.
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By Doug Brown | October 30, 1991
COLLEGE PARK -- Ever so slowly, Larry Washington is forcing his way into the minds of Maryland's coaching staff.The freshman running back out of Randallstown High has been promised more work in the 2-5 Terps' game at North Carolina (4-3) Saturday. His most productive effort in the five games in which he has appeared was last week against Duke when he ran 10 times for 53 yards.Asked if Washington would play more, coach Joe Krivak said, "Yeah, we'll take a look at him."Running backs coach Paul Castonia was more expansive: "He'll play more, and sooner.
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August 18, 1994
Auto racingItalian Grand Prix -- Formula One race received final approval from national and local officials for safety changes at the Monza racetrack that will allow the running of next month's race.BaseballMontreal Expos -- Named Bill Gelvett to the position of director of player development. Named Neal Huntington assistant director of player development. Announced that the positions of director of minor-league operations, held by Kent Qualls, and director of minor-league field operations, held by former Orioles pitching coach Herm Starrette, have been abolished.
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By Jeff Fletcher | September 16, 1991
MARYLAND (1-1)* THIS SATURDAY: West Virginia, 4 p.m., Byrd Stadium.* PREVIOUS GAME: The Terps lost, 31-17, to now 18th-ranked Syracuse, which took the lead for good midway through the third quarter, when Maryland QB John Kaleo had a pass picked off in the Terps' end zone by LB John Lusardi . . . West Virginia (2-1) beat South Carolina, 21-16, Saturday.* KEY STATISTICS: Syracuse's freeze option helped the Orangemen outgain Maryland 362-268.* INJURIES: S Mike Thomas (mild concussion), QB Jim Sandwisch (tendinitis in right shoulder)
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August 18, 1994
Auto racingItalian Grand Prix -- Formula One race received final approval from national and local officials for safety changes at the Monza racetrack that will allow the running of next month's race.BaseballMontreal Expos -- Named Bill Gelvett to the position of director of player development. Named Neal Huntington assistant director of player development. Announced that the positions of director of minor-league operations, held by Kent Qualls, and director of minor-league field operations, held by former Orioles pitching coach Herm Starrette, have been abolished.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Staff Writer | November 22, 1993
A year ago, Maryland finished its season with a stunning upset of Clemson. It came at the end of a 3-8 season that was coach Mark Duffner's first in College Park, and it was supposed to be a reminder of the Terps' capabilities and a springboard for 1993.Maybe that will be realized the second time around.The Terps had another disappointing season, but they'll vividly remember the way it ended. Saturday at Wake Forest they got a 33-32, last-second victory in which -- for once -- the defense, offense and special teams all produced when it counted.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Staff Writer | September 1, 1993
COLLEGE PARK -- Versatility isn't always a blessing.Just ask Raphael Wall, a junior from Wilde Lake High who plugged a number of holes for Maryland in 1992. He was the superback in three games, played in the secondary in four others, and was the team's top kickoff returner.He wasn't satisfied with his performance on either side of the line, but Wall predicts that the second half of his Terps' career will be more settled -- and productive -- than the first."Let's say there's been uncertainty about my role here," Wall said.
SPORTS
By Doug Brown TCSO: Staff Writer | August 17, 1992
COLLEGE PARK -- In Maryland's new offense, he is the superback. The coaches tell him: "BYOB." Bring Your Own Blocker, fella.No longer is Mark Mason a running back. Now he is the superback in the run-and-shoot offense that new coach Mark Duffner brought from Holy Cross. Duffner wants a lot from Mason."We need a lot -- rushing, receiving, making big plays, blocking," Duffner said yesterday during Maryland's press and photo day. "But most of all, we need him to stay healthy."Mason's sophomore season last year ended abruptly in the fifth game when he broke his right leg in a collision with a tackler after a reception on the artificial turf at Georgia Tech.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Sun Staff Correspondent | November 25, 1991
COLLEGE PARK -- The season of unfulfilled expectations has become the season under review.University of Maryland athletic director Andy Geiger is expected to meet with head football coach Joe Krivak this morning to review the season, and evaluate the program. Geiger has said he has no timetable for ending the evaluation.Maryland (2-9) completed its worst season since 1971 with a 20-17 loss to North Carolina State Saturday.The dismal record came a year after Maryland went 6-5-1 and tied Louisiana Tech, 34-34, in the Poulan/Weed Eater Independence Bowl.
SPORTS
By Doug Brown | October 30, 1991
COLLEGE PARK -- Ever so slowly, Larry Washington is forcing his way into the minds of Maryland's coaching staff.The freshman running back out of Randallstown High has been promised more work in the 2-5 Terps' game at North Carolina (4-3) Saturday. His most productive effort in the five games in which he has appeared was last week against Duke when he ran 10 times for 53 yards.Asked if Washington would play more, coach Joe Krivak said, "Yeah, we'll take a look at him."Running backs coach Paul Castonia was more expansive: "He'll play more, and sooner.
SPORTS
By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Staff Writer | September 1, 1993
COLLEGE PARK -- Versatility isn't always a blessing.Just ask Raphael Wall, a junior from Wilde Lake High who plugged a number of holes for Maryland in 1992. He was the superback in three games, played in the secondary in four others, and was the team's top kickoff returner.He wasn't satisfied with his performance on either side of the line, but Wall predicts that the second half of his Terps' career will be more settled -- and productive -- than the first."Let's say there's been uncertainty about my role here," Wall said.
SPORTS
By Bill Tanton and Bill Tanton,Evening Sun Staff | October 23, 1991
COLLEGE PARK -- "One thing I'm certain of about the Duk team that plays us here Saturday," said Maryland football coach Joe Krivak. "They'll be well-rested."Indeed. The Blue Devils, through a schedule quirk, haven'played the last two weeks. Counting the present week of practice, they've had three weeks to get ready for Maryland.That's in marked contrast to Maryland. The Terps in the lasthree weeks have lost to Pittsburgh and Georgia Tech and edged Wake Forest, 23-22.And while Duke has used the layoff to heal its injured, Maryland'disabled list has grown.
SPORTS
By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Evening Sun Staff | October 15, 1991
COLLEGE PARK -- The Maryland freshman from Columbia didn't think it would come to this so quickly. Goodbye, Mark Mason. Hello, Raphael Wall.The Terps lost Mason for the season when the sophomore tailback and leading rusher broke his right leg in the third quarter of Saturday's loss to Georgia Tech. One change in the depth chart as Maryland prepares for its visit to Wake Forest Saturday brings Wall up from the depths.Senior Troy Jackson is No. 1; he has rushed for 199 yards to Mason's 452. Doug Burnett, a redshirt freshman from Laurel Springs, N.J., is No. 2, followed by a pair of true freshmen, Larry Washington from Randallstown High and Wall from Wilde Lake.
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