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By Grahame L. Jones, Tribune newspapers | July 4, 2010
CAPE TOWN, South Africa — Suddenly, it's 2006 all over again in Germany. Fans are turning out in tens of thousands on the streets of Berlin, Hamburg, Munich and elsewhere to watch what is surely the best German soccer team put together in the past quarter-century. That team, in a performance as devastating as it was comprehensive, demolished Argentina 4-0 on Saturday to sweep into the semifinals of the 2010 World Cup. "I feel like I have been hit by Muhammad Ali," said Diego Maradona, Argentina's coach.
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By Diane Pucin, Tribune Newspapers | July 10, 2010
GUEUGNON, France — Mark Cavendish screamed in exultation Friday, outsprinting game American Tyler Farrar over the line and winning the hot, windy Stage 6 at the Tour de France. Cavendish, of the Columbia-HTC team, finished the longest mileage day of racing in 5 hours, 37 minutes, 42 seconds, nosing his bike ahead of Farrar, who rides for Garmin-Transitions and is racing despite a broken bone in his wrist. The 141.3-mile route began in Montargis and was a draining day with temperatures on the road approaching 100 degrees.
FEATURES
By Rita Calvert and Rita Calvert,Special to The Sun | September 13, 1995
Take three very common ingredients, combine them in a new way and voila, a tasty new dish that's sure to please.Bell peppers, spaghetti with sauce and grated cheese take an inside out turn when the spaghetti actually becomes the stuffing for the peppers.This treatment was inspired by a chef in Italy who went to a good deal more effort than we're proposing here. He roasted the whole peppers first and then peeled them. He added anchovies, bread crumbs, lots of olive oil and lots of baking time.
SPORTS
September 8, 2013
O' say can you see? The answer these past couple weeks in downtown Baltimore would be a definite, no! ("Race to remove Grand Prix barriers," Sept. 3) The weeks of hassle for Baltimore commuters while setting up for the race, not too mention the weeks after the race for removing the concrete barricades/chain link fencing/blue "block out" tarps would be bad enough, but it was Labor Day weekend! Where do I begin? Enough is enough. This race is an abysmal failure, and the businesses, residents and tourists that are in Baltimore need for it to cease and desist.
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By CHRISTIANNA MCCAUSLAND and CHRISTIANNA MCCAUSLAND,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 28, 2006
Summertime's long, warm days are the perfect setting for the ultimate alfresco dining experience: a picnic. Whether you're heading out to watch Fourth of July fireworks next Tuesday or attending an outdoor concert, a picnic packed with simple, easy-to-transport foods makes any summer outing a little special. To take the guesswork out of what to pack, we asked some experts to assemble picnics tailored to particular occasions, from a romantic open-air dinner for two to a family foray with a meal in a hamper.
FEATURES
By FRED RASMUSSEN | February 20, 1994
Please send old photos of people with pet rabbits, within the next week, to Way Back When, Sun Magazine, 501 N. Calvert St., Baltimore, Md. 21278. You must include caption information and your daytime phone number. Also, enclose a stamped, self-addressed envelope if you'd like your photo returned. If your photo is your only copy, please send a good-quality duplicate, not the original. No faxes or newspaper clippings, please.
SPORTS
August 30, 1996
Home runs the Orioles' new lineup would hit projected over a 162-game season:Player ....... HRs .. PaceAlomar 2B .... 20 .... 25Anderson CF .. 40 .... 49Palmeiro 1B .. 31 .... 38Bonilla RF ... 21 .... 26Ripken SS .... 21 .... 26Surhoff LF ... 20 .... 25Zeile 3B ..... 20 .... 25Murray DH .... 19 .... 23Hoiles C ..... 23 .... 28Pub Date: 8/30/96
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January 4, 2005
On December 30, 2004, LYNNETTE. Friends may call at the FAMILY OWNED MARCH FUNERAL HOME EAST, 1101 E. North Avenue on Tuesday after 2:30 P. M where funeral services will take place on Wednesday at 1:30 P.M. See www.marchfh.com
SPORTS
By MILWAUKEE JOURNAL SENTINEL | December 2, 2001
The Green Bay Packers haven't selected a Pro Bowl player in the first round since Sterling Sharpe in 1988, but one of their foremost needs -- wide receiver -- corresponds to possibly the strongest position in next spring's draft. And that may mean the end of former Poly star Antonio Freeman's run with the Packers. Freeman, who will be 30 in May, has resisted previous attempts by the club to restructure the seven-year, $41.82 million contract that he signed in August 1999. Even though his level of performance has declined sharply since '99, the Packers could live with his base salary of $1.7 million this season.
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