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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Sun Staff Writer | July 12, 1994
BOWIE -- Two days into a marriage, newlyweds might be DTC found sitting on beach chairs on some luxury island, enjoying their new life with their new spouse.But two days into Jim McIlvaine's marriage, the 7-foot-1 second-round pick was wearing a Washington Bullets practice jersey and running grueling sprints during two-a-day practices."It's tough, but you have to do what you have to do," McIlvaine said yesterday of his movement from the altar to the pivot. "My wife understands."What Mrs. McIlvaine understands is that, as the 32nd pick, there are no guarantees for her husband.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | November 24, 2011
Dorothy McIlvain Scott, a lifelong Baltimore philanthropist whose largesse has benefited cultural, medical, religious and educational institutions, died in her sleep of unknown causes Tuesday at her home in the Brightwood retirement community in Lutherville. Miss Scott was 99. "Dorothy Scott is the kind of friend every art museum wishes it had. She was a benefactor, and from the collecting and financial point of view, helped transform the Baltimore Museum of Art from a regional to national cultural destination," said Doreen Bolger, the museum's director.
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By Bob Nightengale and Bob Nightengale,Los Angeles Times | March 3, 1991
SAN DIEGO -- Letters of protest continue to filter into his office. Whispers swirl behind his back. Former employees, players and agents have taken their jabs.So even after fleeing the streets of New York for the beaches of Southern California, Joe McIlvaine still is waiting to discover paradise.In less than five months on the job as executive vice president and general manager of the Padres, McIlvaine has stirred up more folks around these parts than anyone since Roseanne Barr.Thirty-one Padres front-office employees, scouts and coaches have been fired.
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By Jamie Smith Hopkins and Jamie Smith Hopkins,jamie.smith.hopkins@baltsun.com | August 15, 2009
Sellers have dropped their asking prices on one out of every three homes on the market in Baltimore, according to real estate site Trulia. The average drop in price was 11 percent. That adds up to $41 million in cuts, Trulia said. Only 10 other large U.S. cities have a greater percentage of homes with reduced asking prices, the company said. It looked at listings on its site at the beginning of the month to see how many were priced lower than they had been within the previous 12 months.
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,SUN STAFF | July 23, 1996
The Washington Bullets yesterday were granted a two-day extension by the NBA in an attempt to persuade point guard Rod Strickland to undergo a required team physical examination after his trade from the Portland Trail Blazers last week for forward Rasheed Wallace and swingman Mitch Butler.As they await Strickland's decision, the Bullets learned yesterday that they lost backup center Jim McIlvaine, a shot-blocking specialist. McIlvaine signed a seven-year, $35 million contract with the Seattle SuperSonics.
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By Mary Johnson and Mary Johnson,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | February 12, 1998
Annapolis Chorale director J. Ernest Green has planned his own version of the Three Tenors concert for Valentine's Day.Instead of Luciano Pavarotti, Placido Domingo and Jose Carreras, Green will have Paul McIlvaine, Garry Grice and Thomas Poole singing romantic arias, sentimental Neapolitan songs and exciting show tunes.The concert also will include some of the Three Tenors favorites, such as Pavarotti's signature pieces, the Neapolitan "Torna a Sorriento" and "Nessun Dorma" from Puccini's opera "Turandot."
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March 13, 1994
* ERA Canon Reality Co. of Ellicott City recognized David W. McIlvaine as tops in listings and transactions in the Howard County office for 1993.
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By Brent Jones | May 4, 2009
The grandmother of Olney native Sgt. James R. McIlvaine, killed Thursday in Iraq, characterized him as a man who longed to please his father, which is exactly what he did when became a Marine in 2001. Sergeant McIlvaine joined the Marines after attending Sherwood High School and graduating from a military school in Virginia. "His father was very patriotic, loved the flag and country," said Patty DeSimone, Sergeant McIlvaine's paternal grandmother, who said her grandson died in combat in Al Anbar province.
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December 29, 1996
Arizona company is offering books of floor plansIf building a home is in your plans for 1997, Home Planners Inc. of Tucson, Ariz., might have a book for you.The company's floor-plan books include "Country Houses", "Two-Story Homes", "200 Move-Up Home Plans", "Vacation Homes" and "Great Garages, Sheds & Outdoor Buildings".Books cost from $7.95 to $9.95 each, plus $3 postage. For more information, call (800) 322-6797 or write to Home Planners, 3275 W. Ina Road, Suite 110, Tucson, Ariz., 85741.
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By Jim Henneman and Jim Henneman,Staff Writer | January 11, 1994
While continuing to negotiate with Chris Sabo, the Orioles found time yesterday to sign their incumbent third baseman, Leo Gomez.Despite hitting .197 and playing only 72 games last season, primarily because of a wrist injury, the potential of arbitration earned Gomez a 60 percent raise. Last year, on the basis of a .264 average, 17 home runs and 64 RBIs in 1992, Gomez earned $312,500. His contract for next year calls for $500,000, plus incentives."It was unfortunate that the wrist injury affected Leo last year," said general manager Roland Hemond.
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By Brent Jones | May 4, 2009
The grandmother of Olney native Sgt. James R. McIlvaine, killed Thursday in Iraq, characterized him as a man who longed to please his father, which is exactly what he did when became a Marine in 2001. Sergeant McIlvaine joined the Marines after attending Sherwood High School and graduating from a military school in Virginia. "His father was very patriotic, loved the flag and country," said Patty DeSimone, Sergeant McIlvaine's paternal grandmother, who said her grandson died in combat in Al Anbar province.
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By Mary Johnson and Mary Johnson,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | February 12, 1998
Annapolis Chorale director J. Ernest Green has planned his own version of the Three Tenors concert for Valentine's Day.Instead of Luciano Pavarotti, Placido Domingo and Jose Carreras, Green will have Paul McIlvaine, Garry Grice and Thomas Poole singing romantic arias, sentimental Neapolitan songs and exciting show tunes.The concert also will include some of the Three Tenors favorites, such as Pavarotti's signature pieces, the Neapolitan "Torna a Sorriento" and "Nessun Dorma" from Puccini's opera "Turandot."
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December 29, 1996
Arizona company is offering books of floor plansIf building a home is in your plans for 1997, Home Planners Inc. of Tucson, Ariz., might have a book for you.The company's floor-plan books include "Country Houses", "Two-Story Homes", "200 Move-Up Home Plans", "Vacation Homes" and "Great Garages, Sheds & Outdoor Buildings".Books cost from $7.95 to $9.95 each, plus $3 postage. For more information, call (800) 322-6797 or write to Home Planners, 3275 W. Ina Road, Suite 110, Tucson, Ariz., 85741.
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,SUN STAFF | July 23, 1996
The Washington Bullets yesterday were granted a two-day extension by the NBA in an attempt to persuade point guard Rod Strickland to undergo a required team physical examination after his trade from the Portland Trail Blazers last week for forward Rasheed Wallace and swingman Mitch Butler.As they await Strickland's decision, the Bullets learned yesterday that they lost backup center Jim McIlvaine, a shot-blocking specialist. McIlvaine signed a seven-year, $35 million contract with the Seattle SuperSonics.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,SUN STAFF | April 16, 1996
BOWIE -- Gathering his team during yesterday's light practice, Washington Bullets coach Jim Lynam wanted to emphasize the recent troubles the Orlando Magic is experiencing at home -- losing four of six after winning its first 33 games this season at the Orlando Arena.But the Bullets are riding such a high right now that the pep talk wasn't really necessary."The way we're playing, we don't think there's a team we can't beat," guard Brent Price said. "We're not going [to Orlando] to just show up. We're not going there to just give a good effort.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,SUN STAFF | April 15, 1996
LANDOVER -- The Bullets' injury situation has become downright ridiculous, with center Jim McIlvaine becoming the latest victim. Yet, Washington was able to extend its season-best winning streak to seven games yesterday, after which coach Jim Lynam heaped lofty praise on the player he says has kept the team together.That player, of course, is Juwan Howard. The second-year forward had what can be described as a normal day at the office, scoring 29 points and grabbing 12 rebounds in Washington's 110-97 win over the Toronto Raptors before a sellout crowd at USAir Arena.
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By Ken Rosenthal and Ken Rosenthal,Evening Sun Staff | December 6, 1990
ROSEMONT, Ill. -- Poor Frank Robinson. It was just his luck that he was scheduled for a news conference at the same time the Toronto Blue Jays and San Diego Padres announced the most significant trade of the free-agent era.The Orioles manager leaned against a wall as reporters crowded into a conference room at the Hyatt Regency O'Hare. Upon hearing the announcement, only one word passed his lips:"Wow!"Indeed, a collective gasp filled the room as Padres general manager Joe McIlvaine gleefully recited the deal -- outfielder Joe Carter and second baseman Roberto Alomar to Toronto for first baseman Fred McGriff and shortstop Tony Fernandez.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,SUN STAFF | April 15, 1996
LANDOVER -- The Bullets' injury situation has become downright ridiculous, with center Jim McIlvaine becoming the latest victim. Yet, Washington was able to extend its season-best winning streak to seven games yesterday, after which coach Jim Lynam heaped lofty praise on the player he says has kept the team together.That player, of course, is Juwan Howard. The second-year forward had what can be described as a normal day at the office, scoring 29 points and grabbing 12 rebounds in Washington's 110-97 win over the Toronto Raptors before a sellout crowd at USAir Arena.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,SUN STAFF | April 13, 1996
LANDOVER -- Brent Price delivered the pass on a dime. And when the cutting Jim McIlvaine drove to the basket and threw down a thunderous, one-handed dunk, even his Washington Bullets teammates were left shaking their heads.If there was some concern that the Bullets' offense would stall with the season-ending knee injury to Gheorghe Muresan, well, at least it didn't for one night. With McIlvaine making the first start of his career, Washington continued its impressive run with last night's 116-106 win over the Minnesota Timberwolves.
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