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By SPECIAL TO THE SUN | July 29, 2002
Bill Johnson, at 48 the oldest man in the second round, recorded one of the day's few upsets, and it was a big one. He stopped medalist Bob Lentz to highlight play in the first two rounds of the annual Match Play championship of the Baltimore Municipal Golf Corporation at Forest Park Golf Course yesterday. Johnson realized this might be a different day when, 3 down to Todd Schneider after nine holes, he won the next four and held on for a 2-up victory, his first in four starts. In the afternoon, he birdied the eighth and won the ninth to take a lead he did not surrender, winning, 2 and 1. The second-round pairings were so close that when Charlie Narciso put out Kurt Klebrowski on the 11th green (8 and 7)
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June 3, 2008
Game 5 ended too late to be included in this edition. Go to www.baltimoresun.com for coverage. DETROIT --Plan B has worked out pretty well for the Detroit Red Wings. The NHL's top-seeded team planned to put Dominik Hasek in goal during the playoffs and keep him there. "Dom is not going to struggle," Detroit coach Mike Babcock said the day before the postseason started, attempting to shoot down a question about the possibility of playing Chris Osgood. But when Hasek struggled against the Nashville Predators, Babcock benched the six-time Vezina Trophy winner in favor of Osgood during Game 4 of the first round.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | July 28, 2003
Gary Awalt, a first-time entry in the annual match-play championship of the Baltimore Municipal Golf Corporation, defeated two experienced publinx players to highlight action on the opening day of the sixth annual event at Forest Park Golf Course yesterday. Awalt, 36, a medical equipment salesman who qualified with a 75 Saturday, recalled playing in a publinx tournament several years ago, adding that he entered this event because he thought it suited his game more, allowing him to have a bad hole or two. Although there was some nervousness, there weren't too many bad holes, as he was not down for the last 14 in beating Drew Forrester, 2 and 1. Against Lance Bajkowski, a second-round loser for the second straight year, Awalt fell 3-down early, drew even and eventually went 2-up on the back nine.
SPORTS
January 10, 2008
Golf -- Golf Channel suspended anchor Kelly Tilghman for two weeks yesterday for saying last week that young players who wanted to challenge Tiger Woods should "lynch him in a back alley." Tilghman was laughing during the exchange Friday with analyst Nick Faldo at the Mercedes-Benz Championship, and Woods' agent said he didn't think there was any ill intent. Hockey -- The Detroit Red Wings signed goalie Chris Osgood to a three-year extension. Osgood, 35, leads the NHL in goals-against average (1.68)
SPORTS
By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | July 30, 2001
Regulars Tim Elliott and Tim Osgood provided the fireworks and newcomers Leon Eckard and Brian Carneal joined the parade into the quarterfinals, in the first two rounds of the Baltimore Municipal Golf Corporation's fourth annual match-play championship at rainy Forest Park Golf Course yesterday. In second-round action, Elliott turned 2-under-par and 3-up on medalist Billy Wingerd, and went on to hold off the reigning stroke play titleholder, 4 and 2; Osgood got by Charlie Narciso, 1-up; Eckard beat Kurt Klebrowski, 3 and 2, and Carneal, at 15 the tournament's youngest player, defeated another teen-aged standout, A.J. Bachmann, 2-up.
SPORTS
June 3, 2008
Game 5 ended too late to be included in this edition. Go to www.baltimoresun.com for coverage. DETROIT --Plan B has worked out pretty well for the Detroit Red Wings. The NHL's top-seeded team planned to put Dominik Hasek in goal during the playoffs and keep him there. "Dom is not going to struggle," Detroit coach Mike Babcock said the day before the postseason started, attempting to shoot down a question about the possibility of playing Chris Osgood. But when Hasek struggled against the Nashville Predators, Babcock benched the six-time Vezina Trophy winner in favor of Osgood during Game 4 of the first round.
SPORTS
February 20, 1996
Maple Leafs: Kirk Muller scored his 300th career goal in Toronto's 3-2 loss to Detroit on Sunday. Chris Osgood's 38-save performance led the Red Wings to the win. Osgood improved his record to 28-5-3.
NEWS
By Darren M. Allen and Darren M. Allen,Staff Writer Staff writer Michael James contributed to this article | August 5, 1992
When Jerry Lee Osgood collected a $15,000 sponsorship check made out to him and to the Maryland State Games, he said he was told by the former director of the scandal-ridden athletic program to take a portion of it as his compensation.But after he cashed the check in December 1989, Mr. Osgood was charged with stealing the money, and the person who pressed charges was former games director James E. Narron. At the time, Mr. Osgood was the State Games' marketing director and fund-raiser. He said Monday after entering an agreement to settle the criminal charge against him, he "had not been paid in months."
NEWS
By Darren M. Allen and Darren M. Allen,Staff Writer | August 2, 1992
A former fund-raiser for the Maryland State Games who was accused of cashing a $15,000 sponsorship check meant for the scandal-ridden youth program is expected to enter into a plea agreement in Carroll Circuit Court tomorrow.Jerry Lee Osgood, 43, was charged with theft by state police when the check -- made out to Mr. Osgood in care of the Maryland State Games -- was cashed at an Annapolis bank rather than deposited in the State Games account, court documents show.In December 1989, Mr. Osgood, who traveled around the state in search of corporate sponsorships for the program for troubled youth, picked up a $15,000 check from the Annapolis-based Maryland Council of Coca-Cola Bottlers, court records show.
NEWS
October 24, 2004
On October 19, 2004, HELEN M. (nee Neilsen) beloved wife of the late Leo J. Finneran, devoted mother of Linda M. Green, Kathy H. Tiano and Terry L. Hanna, loving grandmother of John Peacock, Angela Osgood, Lisa and David Tiano, dear great-grandmother of Michael Osgood, dear sister of Maren Tremper and the late Marius Nielsen. Relatives and friends are invited to call at the Schimunek Funeral Home Inc., Perry Hall, 9705 Belair Road on Monday from 4 to 8 P. M where funeral services will be held on Tuesday at 10 A.M. Interment Bel Air Memorial Gardens.
NEWS
October 24, 2004
On October 19, 2004, HELEN M. (nee Neilsen) beloved wife of the late Leo J. Finneran, devoted mother of Linda M. Green, Kathy H. Tiano and Terry L. Hanna, loving grandmother of John Peacock, Angela Osgood, Lisa and David Tiano, dear great-grandmother of Michael Osgood, dear sister of Maren Tremper and the late Marius Nielsen. Relatives and friends are invited to call at the Schimunek Funeral Home Inc., Perry Hall, 9705 Belair Road on Monday from 4 to 8 P. M where funeral services will be held on Tuesday at 10 A.M. Interment Bel Air Memorial Gardens.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 2, 2004
On January 2, 1942, two weeks before I turned nine, the Japanese took Manila and I sadly had to pin a tiny Japanese flag to the big map I had mounted on my bedroom wall. It would be June 4, the date of America's great victory in the Battle of Midway, before I could happily pin up an American flag. That wall map of a boy whose name was then Charlie Wood hung above a windup Victrola phonograph, a small rocking chair, and my pictures of Babe Ruth and Franklin D. Roosevelt. Those two men are mentioned in the proper order, because Roosevelt wasn't from Baltimore.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Annie Linskey and Annie Linskey,Sun Staff | May 2, 2004
CBS News Sunday Morning anchor Charles Osgood, looking slightly more rumpled than usual, was hamming it up with Peabody Institute Director Robert Sirota. The two were sharing a seat at the grand piano in Peabody's Goodwin Recital Hall, banging out bars from "The Blue Danube" waltz. Sirota called Osgood a "natural stride pianist" and admired his "big left hand." "You can come back and play here anytime," Sirota offered. It was a nicer reception than he'd had the last time he'd been on this very stage --more than 60 years before -- at a piano recital.
SPORTS
By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | July 28, 2003
Gary Awalt, a first-time entry in the annual match-play championship of the Baltimore Municipal Golf Corporation, defeated two experienced publinx players to highlight action on the opening day of the sixth annual event at Forest Park Golf Course yesterday. Awalt, 36, a medical equipment salesman who qualified with a 75 Saturday, recalled playing in a publinx tournament several years ago, adding that he entered this event because he thought it suited his game more, allowing him to have a bad hole or two. Although there was some nervousness, there weren't too many bad holes, as he was not down for the last 14 in beating Drew Forrester, 2 and 1. Against Lance Bajkowski, a second-round loser for the second straight year, Awalt fell 3-down early, drew even and eventually went 2-up on the back nine.
SPORTS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | September 29, 2002
The last two pairings went to the 18th green and the Private Clubs won both of them to take a 7-5 lead after the first day of the annual Challenge Cup match with the Public Courses at Mount Pleasant. Twelve singles pairings this morning at Hunt Valley GC will conclude the event. Eddie Lipski and Charlie Harris, even with Tim Elliott and Mike Castrilli through 16 holes, took the 17th and 18th for a 2-up decision. Jim Winner and Mike Hudak were 2 up through 15, lost the 16th hole to Al Medlin's birdie, then halved 17 and 18 with Medlin and Blair Laubach to earn a 1-up victory.
SPORTS
By SPECIAL TO THE SUN | July 29, 2002
Bill Johnson, at 48 the oldest man in the second round, recorded one of the day's few upsets, and it was a big one. He stopped medalist Bob Lentz to highlight play in the first two rounds of the annual Match Play championship of the Baltimore Municipal Golf Corporation at Forest Park Golf Course yesterday. Johnson realized this might be a different day when, 3 down to Todd Schneider after nine holes, he won the next four and held on for a 2-up victory, his first in four starts. In the afternoon, he birdied the eighth and won the ninth to take a lead he did not surrender, winning, 2 and 1. The second-round pairings were so close that when Charlie Narciso put out Kurt Klebrowski on the 11th green (8 and 7)
SPORTS
January 10, 2008
Golf -- Golf Channel suspended anchor Kelly Tilghman for two weeks yesterday for saying last week that young players who wanted to challenge Tiger Woods should "lynch him in a back alley." Tilghman was laughing during the exchange Friday with analyst Nick Faldo at the Mercedes-Benz Championship, and Woods' agent said he didn't think there was any ill intent. Hockey -- The Detroit Red Wings signed goalie Chris Osgood to a three-year extension. Osgood, 35, leads the NHL in goals-against average (1.68)
BUSINESS
By Blair S. Walker | October 26, 1991
Which of the following job categories doesn't belong?* A. Newspaper journalist* B. Television reporter* C. Stock analystThere is no difference, according to Alex. Brown & Sons Inc., when it comes to the privilege the Baltimore-based investment banker contends each has to refuse court-related demands to divulge information from sources.Several stockholders of a Pennsylvania technology company who are suing that firm in a Philadelphia federal court recently found that out.Jonathan W. Osgood, an Alex.
SPORTS
By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | July 30, 2001
Regulars Tim Elliott and Tim Osgood provided the fireworks and newcomers Leon Eckard and Brian Carneal joined the parade into the quarterfinals, in the first two rounds of the Baltimore Municipal Golf Corporation's fourth annual match-play championship at rainy Forest Park Golf Course yesterday. In second-round action, Elliott turned 2-under-par and 3-up on medalist Billy Wingerd, and went on to hold off the reigning stroke play titleholder, 4 and 2; Osgood got by Charlie Narciso, 1-up; Eckard beat Kurt Klebrowski, 3 and 2, and Carneal, at 15 the tournament's youngest player, defeated another teen-aged standout, A.J. Bachmann, 2-up.
TRAVEL
By Linda DuVal and Linda DuVal,Colorado springs gazette | November 7, 1999
Other Colorado castles can be explored up close or admired from afar.In the courtyard of Cleveholm Manor, for example, tourists remark on the marble horse trough and the ornate covered portico over the front door.That's just the beginning. And, also, an end.Tours of the famous Redstone Castle, as it's called by locals in Redstone, have ceased.The castle recently was sold to an investment group that plans to turn it into a luxury hotel and spa, and locals are relieved it will remain open. Because, as it was in the beginning, the castle is the heart of the tiny mountain town.
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