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By Knight-Ridder News Service | September 6, 1993
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Johnson C. Smith's opener Saturday ended in bizarre fashion, with Morehouse kicking a field goal with no time left and the Golden Bulls off the field. Morehouse was awarded a 2-0 win by forfeit after Smith coach Ray Lee refused to send his team back on the field after offsetting penalties when his team blocked a field goal on what would have been the last play of a 14-14 tie.
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Sports on TV | September 14, 2013
SATURDAY'S COLLEGE FOOTBALL TELEVISION HIGHLIGHTS UCLA@Nebraska 2, 7Noon Southern Mississippi@Arkansas 50Noon Akron@Michigan BIGTENNoon Stanford@Army CBSSNNoon Louisville@Kentucky ESPNNoon Tulsa@Oklahoma ESPN2Noon Bowling Green@Indiana ESPNUNoon Tulane@Louisiana Tech (T) FCSNoon Virginia Tech@East Carolina FS1Noon New Mexico@Pittsburgh 13, 2012:30 Louisiana-Monroe@Wake Forest CSN12:30 Youngstown St.@Michigan St. BIGTEN3 Tennessee@Oregon 2, 73:30 Alabama@Texas A&M 13, 93:30 Delaware@Navy CBSSN3:30 Nevada@Florida State ESPN3:30 Georgia Tech@Duke ESPNU3:30 AT&T Nation's Classic, Howard vs. Morehouse (T)
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | August 31, 1997
ATLANTA -- Morehouse College converted two fourth-quarter turnovers into two touchdowns as former Washington Redskins quarterback and Super Bowl XXII MVP Doug Williams posted his first victory as a head coach, a 24-14 decision over visiting Morgan State in the inaugural Ennis Cosby Football Classic yesterday.Ennis Cosby, late son of actor/comedian Bill Cosby, was a 1992 graduate of Morehouse who was murdered in Los Angeles early this year. Cosby, a Morehouse trustee, participated in the pre-game coin toss.
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By Cal Thomas | May 25, 2013
President Barack Obama gave two commencement addresses in one to graduates of Morehouse College in Atlanta, Ga., last weekend. It would be easy for this conservative to critique the political and social elements of his speech. Instead, I choose to focus on the inspirational part. The president struck the right note at the historically black, all-male college. African-American men in America need more role models and encouragement to counter the reality, reinforced by much of the media, of too much failure, crime, imprisonment, out-of-wedlock births, a disproportionate abortion rate and other social maladies affecting many in the black community.
SPORTS
January 20, 1991
Colleges Morehouse -- Announced the resignation of Dwight Scales, football coach.
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By Alan J. Craver and Alan J. Craver,Staff writer | January 27, 1991
The suspect wanted in the beating and kidnapping of a 65-year-old woman from a downtown Bel Air parking lot last Thursday had been released from the county detention center just hours before the attack, county court records show.Bel Air police investigators say the man wanted in the attack is Allen D. Morehouse, 20, of St. Petersburg, Fla.They have filed charges that he abducted the woman at 7 p.m. Thursday as she was getting into her car in a public parking lot along Burns Alley."She was a random victim," said John W. Harkins, spokesman for the Bel Air Police Department.
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By Alan J. Carver and Alan J. Carver,Staff Writer | February 3, 1991
A Florida man wanted in Bel Air for assaulting and kidnapping a 65-year-old woman two weeks ago was apprehended by police in Massachusetts last week.Allen D. Morehouse, 20, was arrested Monday in West Springfield, Mass., following an argument with his estranged wife, said John W. Harkins, a spokesman for Bel Air police.Morehouse was the subject of a search by the FBI and police agencies throughout the northeast last week, police said.He was soughtin connection with the beating and abduction of a Bel Air woman Jan.17 as she was getting into her car, which was parked in a downtown Bel Air lot.Delaware police found the woman locked in the trunk ofher car the next day at a landfill near Wilmington, Del.Morehouse will be charged with interstate kidnapping, battery, robbery and theft when he returns to Harford County, Harkins said.
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January 28, 1998
Harold Robeson,72, inventor of the dye pack used by about 5,000 U.S. financial institutions to catch bank robbers red-handed, died Saturday in Atlanta.Esther Boyer Bauer,92, a national leader with Church of God, died Sunday in Anderson, Ind.Robert H. Brisbane,84, a professor who founded the political science department at historically black Morehouse College and inspired community activism among his students, died Friday in Atlanta.Dorris Carlson,94, widow of the man who created the technology for xerography, leaving a legacy of philanthropy by donating millions of dollars to charity, died Saturday in Rochester, N.Y.Walter D. Edmonds,94, an author best known for the classic story, "Drums Along the Mohawk," died Saturday in Utica, N.Y.Pub Date: 1/28/98
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | September 4, 1996
The Junior Bandits team has been chosen from the area's best hockey players between 14 and 19, and now the real work begins, say coach Pete Roe and general manager Dave Morehouse."
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,Special to The Sun | February 8, 1995
Donna Mullings and Zuzette Mullings of the Howard girls track team say that most people they meet mistakenedly peg them for sisters.Besides sharing the same last name, they're both exchange students from Jamaica.And as the rest of the field at yesterday's Class 3A Central Region Championships found out, both are using their immense speed to light up the local track scene.The two combined to finish first and second in the 300 and 500 meters, and each ran a leg on the winning 4 x 400 relay teams to help the Lions race to the title at the Fifth Regiment Armory.
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By Baltimore Sun staff | April 24, 2010
With their final pick (presumably) in the NFL Draft today, the Ravens selected Ramone Harewood, an offensive tackle from Morehouse College. He was taken in the sixth round, 194th overall. He's huge, 6-foot-6 and weighing as much as 360 pounds, and visited the Ravens for a private workout before the draft. Harewood started getting attention from teams before the draft and was thought by many to be a late, under-the-radar, pick. The Ravens don't have any picks remaining as of now, but could jump back in with a trade.
NEWS
January 28, 1998
Harold Robeson,72, inventor of the dye pack used by about 5,000 U.S. financial institutions to catch bank robbers red-handed, died Saturday in Atlanta.Esther Boyer Bauer,92, a national leader with Church of God, died Sunday in Anderson, Ind.Robert H. Brisbane,84, a professor who founded the political science department at historically black Morehouse College and inspired community activism among his students, died Friday in Atlanta.Dorris Carlson,94, widow of the man who created the technology for xerography, leaving a legacy of philanthropy by donating millions of dollars to charity, died Saturday in Rochester, N.Y.Walter D. Edmonds,94, an author best known for the classic story, "Drums Along the Mohawk," died Saturday in Utica, N.Y.Pub Date: 1/28/98
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | August 31, 1997
ATLANTA -- Morehouse College converted two fourth-quarter turnovers into two touchdowns as former Washington Redskins quarterback and Super Bowl XXII MVP Doug Williams posted his first victory as a head coach, a 24-14 decision over visiting Morgan State in the inaugural Ennis Cosby Football Classic yesterday.Ennis Cosby, late son of actor/comedian Bill Cosby, was a 1992 graduate of Morehouse who was murdered in Los Angeles early this year. Cosby, a Morehouse trustee, participated in the pre-game coin toss.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | September 4, 1996
The Junior Bandits team has been chosen from the area's best hockey players between 14 and 19, and now the real work begins, say coach Pete Roe and general manager Dave Morehouse."
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,Special to The Sun | February 8, 1995
Donna Mullings and Zuzette Mullings of the Howard girls track team say that most people they meet mistakenedly peg them for sisters.Besides sharing the same last name, they're both exchange students from Jamaica.And as the rest of the field at yesterday's Class 3A Central Region Championships found out, both are using their immense speed to light up the local track scene.The two combined to finish first and second in the 300 and 500 meters, and each ran a leg on the winning 4 x 400 relay teams to help the Lions race to the title at the Fifth Regiment Armory.
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January 6, 1995
BaseballChicago Cubs -- Named Gary Matthews minor-league hitting coordinator.Los Angeles Dodgers -- Signed C Tom Prince and OF Matias Carrillo to minor-league contracts and invited both players to spring training.Milwaukee Brewers -- Announced that manager Tim Ireland and pitching coach Rob Derksen will return to Double-A El Paso. Named Ken Phelps hitting instructor at El Paso.New York Yankees -- Renewed the contracts of assistant GM Tim McCleary and coaches Brian Butterfield, Tony Cloninger, Billy Connors, Rick Down and Willie Randolph; re-assigned coach Clete Boyer as a roving instructor.
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Sports on TV | September 14, 2013
SATURDAY'S COLLEGE FOOTBALL TELEVISION HIGHLIGHTS UCLA@Nebraska 2, 7Noon Southern Mississippi@Arkansas 50Noon Akron@Michigan BIGTENNoon Stanford@Army CBSSNNoon Louisville@Kentucky ESPNNoon Tulsa@Oklahoma ESPN2Noon Bowling Green@Indiana ESPNUNoon Tulane@Louisiana Tech (T) FCSNoon Virginia Tech@East Carolina FS1Noon New Mexico@Pittsburgh 13, 2012:30 Louisiana-Monroe@Wake Forest CSN12:30 Youngstown St.@Michigan St. BIGTEN3 Tennessee@Oregon 2, 73:30 Alabama@Texas A&M 13, 93:30 Delaware@Navy CBSSN3:30 Nevada@Florida State ESPN3:30 Georgia Tech@Duke ESPNU3:30 AT&T Nation's Classic, Howard vs. Morehouse (T)
SPORTS
January 6, 1995
BaseballChicago Cubs -- Named Gary Matthews minor-league hitting coordinator.Los Angeles Dodgers -- Signed C Tom Prince and OF Matias Carrillo to minor-league contracts and invited both players to spring training.Milwaukee Brewers -- Announced that manager Tim Ireland and pitching coach Rob Derksen will return to Double-A El Paso. Named Ken Phelps hitting instructor at El Paso.New York Yankees -- Renewed the contracts of assistant GM Tim McCleary and coaches Brian Butterfield, Tony Cloninger, Billy Connors, Rick Down and Willie Randolph; re-assigned coach Clete Boyer as a roving instructor.
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By Knight-Ridder News Service | September 6, 1993
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Johnson C. Smith's opener Saturday ended in bizarre fashion, with Morehouse kicking a field goal with no time left and the Golden Bulls off the field. Morehouse was awarded a 2-0 win by forfeit after Smith coach Ray Lee refused to send his team back on the field after offsetting penalties when his team blocked a field goal on what would have been the last play of a 14-14 tie.
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By Ernest F. Imhoff and Ernest F. Imhoff,Evening Sun Staff | March 20, 1991
The Morehouse College Glee Club performs at Baltimore Poly Auditorium at 7:30 p.m. Sunday. The correct number to call for information is 728-1124. The number was listed incorrectly in yesterday's Accent section. The Evening Sun regrets the error.The Morehouse College Glee Club, of Atlanta, returns to XTC Baltimore Poly Auditorium at 7:30 p.m. Sunday for its fourth straight local concert while the American Camerata for New Music performs 20th century pieces at the College of Notre Dame.Glee club director David Morrow will lead a varied program including two African songs, "Shango" and "Betelehemu," by Nigerian Michael Olatungi, an alumnus of Morehouse, reports Murray A. Schmoke Sr., treasurer of the active Baltimore Metropolitan Morehouse Alumni Assn.
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