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December 2, 2004
On November 29, 2004 POLLY MAE ORE. Friends may call at the FAMILY OWNED MARCH FUNERAL HOME EAST, 1101 East North Avenue, on Friday at 10 A.M. See www.marchfh.com
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By Jeff Seidel, For The Baltimore Sun | November 30, 2013
The Severna Park boys team and other local runners had a very big day in Saturday's NXN Southeast Regional in North Carolina, earning a trip to the Nike Cross Nationals in Portland, Ore., on Dec. 7.  Severna Park, which won the Class 4A state championship three weeks ago, finished second in its race. The Brentwood XC Club (Tenn.) won with 109 points, one point ahead of Falcons. Both have advanced to Oregon.  Ryan Forsyth of Severna Park, the Class 4A state champion, finished seventh overall to lead the Falcons.
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SPORTS
October 3, 2003
Results, schedule Quarterfinals Wednesday At Foxboro, Mass. United States 1, Norway 0 Sweden 2, Brazil 1 Yesterday At Portland, Ore. Germany 7, Russia 1 Canada 1, China 0 Semifinals Sunday At Portland, Ore. United States vs. Germany, 7:30 p.m. Sweden vs. Canada, 10:30 p.m. Third place Oct. 11 At Carson, Calif. Semifinal losers, 3:30 p.m. Championship Oct. 12 At Carson, Calif. Semifinal winners, 1 p.m.
BUSINESS
By Chris Korman | March 1, 2013
Horses chasing a spot in the Kentucky Derby this year must, for the first time, compile points (instead of graded earnings) by finishing in the top four in a series of races chosen by the staff at Churchill Downs. The revised qualification rules are meant to make it easier for the common fan to follow the Derby trail. So let's keep this simple: the hunt really began last week, with the first two races worth a total of 85 points (50-20-10-5). Previous races had only been worth 17 (10-4-2-1)
NEWS
September 21, 1990
Carl M. Marcy, retired chief of staff of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, died Wednesday at the Anne Arundel Medical Center after a stroke.Dr. Marcy, who was 77 and lived in Annapolis since 1972, retired in 1974 after 19 years as head of the committee staff that he joined in 1950. Earlier, he had served as an assistant legal adviser and legislative counsel in the State Department.Before moving to Washington in 1942, he taught at Columbia University and the City College of New York.
SPORTS
By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 14, 1998
Liberty spent much of the second and third quarters turning last night's game with South Carroll into the type of run-and-gun affair the Cavaliers dislike. With the score tied heading into the final period, South Carroll coach Jeff Alisauckas wanted to see something different.The visiting Cavaliers slowed the pace and did, indeed, make their coach happy in the fourth quarter, but they still needed help in the final minutes.That's when Mike Ore assisted Andrew Bettis on the go-ahead goal with 4: 07 left.
BUSINESS
May 23, 1995
Laurel Bancorp in merger talksLaurel Bancorp said yesterday that it is in talks to be acquired, but in a terse announcement added few details and said no deal has been reached either on price or on the details of a merger agreement.Shares of Laurel, the parent of Laurel Federal Savings Bank, rose to a 52-week high of $16 on Friday before dipping to $14.50 yesterday. The company's shares are thinly traded.The company said it will make no announcement until it either makes a deal or terminates the merger talks.
SPORTS
By McClatchy News Service | October 21, 1990
PORTLAND, Oreg. -- Danny Ainge felt so good about life recently that he straddled a bicycle and rode 120 miles just for fun.He went to see a college football game, Oregon vs. Brigham Young, pedaling through the green countryside from Portland, Ore., to Eugene, Ore., in about eight hours.Ainge considered the trip a celebration of fitness, security and happiness. It wasn't the sort of journey he would have made a year ago."I just wanted to see if I could do it," Ainge said. "I wanted to see if I was really in shape.
NEWS
January 26, 2004
On January 21, 2004, OREE G.; beloved mother of Larry Howell, Brian, Valiant, Calvin and Karen. Also survived by one sister, Marjorie Squire and a host of other relatives and friends. Friends may call at the Wylie Funeral Home P.A., 638 N. Gilmor St., on Monday, 4 to 8 P.M. Family will receive friends on Tuesday, 10 A.M. Funeral 10:30 A.M., at Shiloh CC, 2500 W. Lombard Street. Interment following. Inquiries atwww.wyliefuneralhome.com.
NEWS
By New York Times News Service | February 25, 1992
WASHINGTON -- A congressional research agency has criticized Oregon's novel effort to ration health care by ranking all services according to their costs and benefits.The agency, the Congressional Office of Technology Assessment, said in a confidential draft of a report to be issued this spring that the rankings were largely subjective and would deprive some low-income people of Medicaid services to which they are now entitled.Overall, the OTA, which advises Congress on scientific questions, said it had "serious reservations" about Oregon's project.
SPORTS
From Sun staff reports | January 20, 2013
Ore Pass broke sharply, sat off the dueling leaders, then went on the attack and charged by to win Saturday's feature at Laurel Park, the $125,000 Frank Whiteley Jr. Stakes for 3-year-olds. Julian Pimentel was at the reins of the horse trained by Mike Trombetta , who completed the seven-furlong distance in 1 minute, 24.78 seconds, a length and a half ahead of Alpha Mike Foxtrot, with Lunar Rock finishing a distant third. Ore Pass paid $5.80 as the betting favorite. "I was kind of glad Mike told me just to stay behind the two horses," Pimentel said.
SPORTS
Sports Digest | April 8, 2012
Women's college lacrosse No. 19 Towson outlasts host Old Dominion, 9-7 Andi Raymond scored four goals to lead No. 19 Towson past host Old Dominion, 9-7, in women's lacrosse Sunday. The Tigers (9-3, 3-0 Colonial Athletic Association) won their third straight game by outscoring the Monarchs 5-3 in the second half. Old Dominion (4-9, 1-2) tied the game at 6 with 17:25 remaining when Emily Austerberry scored her third goal of the game, but Towson took the final lead with a goal from Taylor Moore with 8:20 left.
FEATURES
By Timothy B. Wheeler, The Baltimore Sun | July 22, 2010
A company serving the Severstal steel mill has applied for a state permit to bring in new equipment for processing the coke, iron ore and other raw material being shipped to and from Sparrows Point. Stevedore firm Kinder Morgan proposes to install a new screening plant for sizing coke, ore fines (small particles larger than powder-size), mill scale, and ore cleanup on the peninsula. The equipment, which could handle 200 tons an hour, would join four other units already there, according to the company's application to the Maryland Department of the Environment.
SPORTS
By Peter Schmuck and The Schmuck Stops Here | March 31, 2010
Orioles: What a beating! 3:44 PM The Orioles were no match for the Red Sox in their final Grapefruit League meeting. The Sox rolled up 17 hits and scored 14 runs, eight of them on a pair of grand slams by Victor Martinez and Kevin Frandsen. The Orioles got a solid relief effort from closer Mike Gonzalez, but there weren't a lot of other highlights other than a ninth-inning three-run homer by Ty Wigginton. The bullpen took a beating for much of the afternoon and you've got to wonder what the club is thinking after the middle relief guys pitched so well early in the exhibition season.
NEWS
By Julie Bykowicz and Julie Bykowicz,julie.bykowicz@baltsun.com | June 8, 2009
An Anne Arundel County woman who had recently moved out west to have her first baby was found dead Friday in the Oregon home of a woman she might have met through Craigslist, police said. The baby also died. Heather M. Snively, 21, was eight months' pregnant with a boy and had been trying to purchase and trade baby clothes online, relatives said. Korena Elaine Roberts, 27, was charged with Snively's murder and also could face charges in the baby's death, said Sgt. David Thompson of the Washington County, Ore., Sheriff's Office.
SPORTS
By From Sun news services | January 1, 2009
Charles Scott ran for three touchdowns and LSU took advantage of Georgia Tech's special teams mistakes in a surprisingly easy 38-3 win over the Yellow Jackets in the Chick-fil-A Bowl last night in Atlanta. LSU outscored the No. 14 Yellow Jackets 28-0 in the second quarter and led 35-3 at halftime. Scott, who rushed for 65 yards, had two touchdowns in the decisive quarter. A year after winning the national championship, LSU (8-5) lost three of its final four regular-season games but regrouped for a dominant bowl victory over Georgia Tech (9-4)
NEWS
By ROB KASPER | July 16, 2008
I am going to eat more animal parts, add some excitement to my coffee-drinking routine and memorize the five different species of wild Pacific salmon. That is what I resolved recently after returning from a week of vacation eating and drinking in Oregon. Travel these days can be painful. My wife and I are still mourning the loss of a jar of Oregon loganberry jam, confiscated at a security gate at Portland International Airport. Because the jar of jam held more than 3 ounces, it could not, the authorities said, be carried on the airplane.
SPORTS
By Peter Schmuck and The Schmuck Stops Here | March 31, 2010
Orioles: What a beating! 3:44 PM The Orioles were no match for the Red Sox in their final Grapefruit League meeting. The Sox rolled up 17 hits and scored 14 runs, eight of them on a pair of grand slams by Victor Martinez and Kevin Frandsen. The Orioles got a solid relief effort from closer Mike Gonzalez, but there weren't a lot of other highlights other than a ninth-inning three-run homer by Ty Wigginton. The bullpen took a beating for much of the afternoon and you've got to wonder what the club is thinking after the middle relief guys pitched so well early in the exhibition season.
NEWS
By ROB KASPER | July 16, 2008
I am going to eat more animal parts, add some excitement to my coffee-drinking routine and memorize the five different species of wild Pacific salmon. That is what I resolved recently after returning from a week of vacation eating and drinking in Oregon. Travel these days can be painful. My wife and I are still mourning the loss of a jar of Oregon loganberry jam, confiscated at a security gate at Portland International Airport. Because the jar of jam held more than 3 ounces, it could not, the authorities said, be carried on the airplane.
TRAVEL
By Stephanie Shapiro and Stephanie Shapiro,Sun Reporter | April 20, 2008
IN A DRIZZLY SUNDAY IN PORTland, Ore., I had no immediate obligation other than to became one with the languorous and the buzzed at World Cup Coffee and Tea. There, over an economical Americano, I contemplated the city's appeal, particularly for budget travelers: Portland is its own piece of performance art, a place where everyday life is a public spectacle and the price of admission is negligible. It's lifestyle as theater. Commuters ride skateboards to work, tricksters post amusing dog portraits on public bulletin boards, and sidewalk-cafe society materializes as soon as the sun comes out. In most cases, flying to the West for a long weekend on a $500 budget might seem farfetched -- even with the advantage of a $240 (including tax)
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