September 9, 1991
OAKVILLE, Ontario -- Nick Price had a string of five consecutive birdies and went on to a one-stroke victory in the 82nd Canadian Open Golf Championship."
September 3, 1991
HAMILTON, Ontario -- Present superstar Wayne Gretzky had a goal and three assists and potential superstar Eric Lindros scored the first of five straight goals for Canada, which beat the USA, 6-3, in Canada Cup competition last night.The Canadians, who skated to a 2-2 tie with Finland in their previous game in the tournament, beat the USA to the puck repeatedly in the first period, scoring twice on the power play and once short-handed to take a lead they never lost.Playing without coach Bob Johnson, who is hospitalized in Pittsburgh after having a brain tumor removed last week, the USA didn't show anything until late in the second period.
July 24, 1991
LONDON, Ontario -- Tim Holland's three-run home run in the sixth inning gave Hagerstown a four-run lead, and the Suns went on to defeat the London Tigers, 5-1, last night in a Class AA Eastern League game.Rodney Lofton had two hits and two stolen bases. He has 40 stolen bases this season, breaking the Suns' record of 38, set last year by Luis Mercedes. He also leads the league in stolen bases.
February 1, 1991
NEWMARKET, Ontario -- The Newmarket Saints got a hat trick from left wing Bob Reynolds and two goals each from Joe Sacco and Mike Millar, propelling them to a 9-1 victory over the Baltimore Skipjacks in an American Hockey League game at Newmarket Complex last night.Darren Veitch and Gilles Thibaudeau had single goals for the Saints, who improved to 19-26-7 on the season. Millar, a former Skipjack, assisted on Thibaudeau's goal.The Saints were leading, 9-0, with 45 seconds remaining in the game when Steve Maltais scored the Baltimore goal, his 29th of the season, on assists by Tim Bergland and Tim Taylor.
December 9, 1990
TORONTO -- The new socialist premier of Ontario, Canada's largest and richest province, spent most of his first weeks in office trying to dispel widespread fears that he is a dangerous radical.Robert Keith Rae, 42, an affable, boyish-looking Rhodes scholar who never thought he'd actually be elected as the nation's second-most-powerful politician, insists that socialism is "not a swear word," but a proud tradition in Canadian politics."This is all part of the 'I am not a wacko' campaign," Mr. Rae deadpanned to a steady procession of visitors.
October 12, 1990
Just when conservatism was supposed to be on the ascendant throughout North America, Canada's wealthiest and most populous province went socialist for the first time. Ontario voters did this last month out of sheer disgust with party politics, the constitutional paralysis, the looming recession, a regressive federal sales tax to take effect next year, the language claims of Quebec and everything concerning Conservative federal Prime Minister Brian Mulroney.The New Democratic Party is Canada's third, and left-most, political party.
September 15, 1990
A memorial service for the Rev. Walter G. Malinsky, retired pastor of Emmanuel Lutheran Church, will be held at 4 p.m. tomorrow at the church, 929 Ingleside Ave., Catonsville.Pastor Malinsky, died Thursday of pneumonia at the Homewood Hospital Center South. He was 66 and lived on East University Parkway.He was Emmanuel's pastor for 16 years. After his retirement in 1986, he served the congregation on a part-time basis, often visiting the sick.From 1965 to 1970, he was employed in Washington as assistant director of the Armed Forces Commission of the Lutheran Church, Missouri Synod.