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March 12, 2006
On March 2, 2006, LENORA H. PATE beloved daughter of Frank W. Hutchins, Jr., and Bernice Lee. Survived by sisters, Lorraine Hawkins, Sandy J. Taylor, brother, Frank W. Hutchins III. Memorial service will be at a later date.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN REPORTER | May 30, 2007
The look in the players' eyes "was of absolute dejection," coach Don Gilbert said after his Dunbar baseball team's extra-inning loss in the Class 1A South region semifinals two weeks ago. "We had been down in the game four different times, including by four in the seventh inning, and then we'd come back and tie it every time," said Gilbert, 38, in his 10th year with the Poets. "We just couldn't get the tying run in the ninth." The Poets lost, 20-19, in nine innings to Surrattsville of Prince George's County, but it didn't take long for them to begin focusing on the positives.
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By James H. Jackson and James H. Jackson,Staff Writer | June 28, 1992
Darryl Pate rolled a 970 set to lead the qualifiers in the Country Club Lanes Classic tournament. Pate is bowling in Division C.Mel Nickel with an 853 leads Division B and Jim Layte with an 843 leads Division A. Other top sets were by Howard Marshall, 908, Jack Bailey, 781, and Leon Scales, 958.Pate is also the leader in the Mega-Pot Tournament with a 276. Other high scorers include: Bruce Joiner, 243, Vince Pawlowicz, 236, and Layte, 227.Winning Hammer balls...
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By Lem Satterfield and Katherine Dunn and Lem Satterfield and Katherine Dunn,Sun reporters | May 16, 2007
As freshmen a year ago, Poly's Joseph Pate and Towson's Hayden White each fell short of their goals of winning tennis titles in their respective jurisdictions at No. 1 singles. Pate was unbeaten in 15 matches last season before finishing second in the Baltimore City championships behind Marcus Addison of City. White, meanwhile, had lost once heading into last year's Baltimore County tournament. But after reaching the semifinals, academic priorities took precedence. "I had two math tests the next day," White said.
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By Chicago Tribune | August 12, 1991
CARMEL, Ind. -- Steve Pate's tie for seventh in the PGA Championship bumped Tim Simpson from the 10th spot on the U.S. team. The U.S. and European teams will play for the Ryder Cup on Sept. 27-29 at Kiawah Island, S.C.Already on the team were: Fred Couples, U.S. Open champion Payne Stewart, Lanny Wadkins, Hale Irwin, Paul Azinger, leading money-winner Corey Pavin, Mark O'Meara, Mark Calcavecchia and Wayne Levi.Captain Dave Stockton has two wild-card selections and will announce them tomorrow.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Evening Sun Staff | July 16, 1991
WASHINGTON -- David Pate had just spent two hours and eight minutes on the tennis court. He had won. But it had taken three sets and he hadn't been playing Andre Agassi.That thrill comes tonight, in the evening session of the Sovran Bank Classic at the William H.G. Fitzgerald Tennis Center.Yesterday Pate needed a third-set tiebreaker to beat qualifier Kenny Thorne, 6-3, 4-6, 7-6 (7-1)."I feel like I'm fighting just to keep my singles career alive right now," said Pate, 29. "I've been struggling ever since I injured my shoulder two years ago."
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By LOS ANGELES TIMES | January 25, 1999
LA QUINTA, Calif. -- It is golf's magic number -- 59. It's the ultimate low, the most of the least, the sum total of greatness when the only thing suitable for writing it down on your scorecard is a gold pen.For David Duval, it was his final-round score yesterday, the one that won the Bob Hope Classic, an almost numbingly routine-looking 59 that moved him past the 12 players who began the day in front of him, allowed him to collect a $540,000 winner's check...
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By JOHN EISENBERG | April 11, 1999
AUGUSTA, Ga. -- He had such a temper when he was younger that his nickname in the clubhouse was Volcano.His career has been derailed by three serious accidents, including one in which a deer ran over him while he was riding a bicycle in his driveway.His recent run of luck was so bad that he barely made the 36-hole cut at the Masters after shooting a 75 in Friday's second round, then lost to his stepmother in a game of H-O-R-S-E at their rented house that night.What's this man doing in contention at the Masters after three rounds?
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By Lem Satterfield and Katherine Dunn and Lem Satterfield and Katherine Dunn,Sun reporters | May 16, 2007
As freshmen a year ago, Poly's Joseph Pate and Towson's Hayden White each fell short of their goals of winning tennis titles in their respective jurisdictions at No. 1 singles. Pate was unbeaten in 15 matches last season before finishing second in the Baltimore City championships behind Marcus Addison of City. White, meanwhile, had lost once heading into last year's Baltimore County tournament. But after reaching the semifinals, academic priorities took precedence. "I had two math tests the next day," White said.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,Augusta National; Guinness Golf Records, Facts and Champions. Pub Date: 4/13/97 SUN STAFF | April 13, 1997
AUGUSTA, Ga. -- Jerry Pate has watched from a distance throughout the week, waiting for Tiger Woods to come through Amen Corner. He can relate to Woods, not so much in terms of talent but in what it means to win a major championship at such a young age.It was 21 years ago that Pate, then 22 and fresh out of the University of Alabama, won the U.S. Open in Atlanta. They talked about him as the next Jack Nicklaus. But injuries wiped out much of Pate's promise, and he would not win another major.
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By Justin Fenton and Justin Fenton,SUN REPORTER | October 1, 2006
Glen Glass got off to an ominous start in his campaign for House of Delegates. The first time he went out to tack his political signs at the side of county roadways, he cut his hand. While going door to door, he was bitten by a schnauzer as he handed a flier to a resident. And for some reason, drivers kept pulling over on U.S. 40 as he waved to people while standing near his beat-up blue pickup. "They were stopping to help me. They thought I had broken down," said Glass, 39. Though Glass campaigned in earnest, Republican party leaders weren't sure who he was and found him elusive - they couldn't even get him on the phone.
NEWS
March 12, 2006
On March 2, 2006, LENORA H. PATE beloved daughter of Frank W. Hutchins, Jr., and Bernice Lee. Survived by sisters, Lorraine Hawkins, Sandy J. Taylor, brother, Frank W. Hutchins III. Memorial service will be at a later date.
SPORTS
By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | October 4, 2004
When Jerry Pate started his final round eagle-birdie-birdie, he thought he had something going at the Constellation Energy Classic yesterday at Hayfields Country Club. As things developed, that burst produced a high-water mark for the Pensacola, Fla., resident who has been laboring recently with much more important high-water problems at home caused by Hurricane Jeanne. Pate, who nearly withdrew after not playing well in the pro-ams, struggled to shoot a 1-over-par 37 on his first nine in the opening round, but he closed with a 33 on the back nine, then shot 66-69 on the weekend for a 54-hole total of 205, and a tie for sixth.
NEWS
November 20, 2003
On November 13, 2003, MARY NAOMI GILLESPIE, 84, of Baltimore, MD; widow of "Gil" Gillespie. She is survived by a son, John W. Staigerwald and a daughter, Patricia Pate; six grandchildren, Jill Bryan, Jodi Lynn, Elizabeth M. Pate, Dudley W. Pate, John W. Staigerwald, III and Chris Heibel. Also survived by five great-grandchildren. Funeral and interment private.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | August 18, 2003
ROCHESTER, N.Y. - History has a way of repeating itself in golf, particularly in major championships. There were a few memories stirred yesterday by Shaun Micheel in the final round of the 85th PGA Championship at Oak Hill Country Club, none more so than with his next-to-last shot. With a 7-iron from 175 yards in the first cut of rough on the par-4 18th hole, Micheel's ball sailed over the bunker protecting the green, bounced and rolled to within two inches of the cup. A few minutes later, he tapped in for a birdie and the first victory of his four-year PGA Tour career.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | August 31, 2002
On the day when the Ravens officially became one of the youngest teams in NFL history, they addressed a couple of aging matters. After trimming down to the league's 53-player roster limit, team officials confirmed that fullback Sam Gash will re-sign with the Ravens today, and a league source indicated there is a possibility that linebacker Peter Boulware's contract extension could be completed by next week. Gash will be brought in as a backup/tutor to Alan Ricard, and Boulware is expected to be locked up long term before finishing the final year of his current contract.
SPORTS
By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | October 4, 2004
When Jerry Pate started his final round eagle-birdie-birdie, he thought he had something going at the Constellation Energy Classic yesterday at Hayfields Country Club. As things developed, that burst produced a high-water mark for the Pensacola, Fla., resident who has been laboring recently with much more important high-water problems at home caused by Hurricane Jeanne. Pate, who nearly withdrew after not playing well in the pro-ams, struggled to shoot a 1-over-par 37 on his first nine in the opening round, but he closed with a 33 on the back nine, then shot 66-69 on the weekend for a 54-hole total of 205, and a tie for sixth.
NEWS
November 20, 2003
On November 13, 2003, MARY NAOMI GILLESPIE, 84, of Baltimore, MD; widow of "Gil" Gillespie. She is survived by a son, John W. Staigerwald and a daughter, Patricia Pate; six grandchildren, Jill Bryan, Jodi Lynn, Elizabeth M. Pate, Dudley W. Pate, John W. Staigerwald, III and Chris Heibel. Also survived by five great-grandchildren. Funeral and interment private.
SPORTS
By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | August 15, 2002
There is a chance the outcome of tonight's game will rest with Cleo Lemon. Lemon, an undrafted rookie out of Arkansas State, is battling Wes Pate to be the third quarterback. He is expected to get his first opportunity of the preseason in the middle of the fourth quarter against the New York Jets. Lemon will follow Chris Redman and Jeff Blake in the rotation. Pate, who completed his only pass attempt against the Detroit Lions last week for 15 yards, is not expected to play. "I'm going to go out and make plays and try to move the team," Lemon said.
NEWS
August 4, 2001
Anne F. Seagle, 78, real estate agent Anne F. Seagle, a longtime Annapolis resident and former real estate agent, died Wednesday of undetermined causes at Anne Arundel Medical Center. She was 78. Mrs. Seagle worked for Long & Foster until retiring in 1993. Earlier, she had sold real estate for Lenora Gordon and Robert Giddings. Her professional memberships included the Anne Arundel Association of Realtors and the National Association of Realtors. Born Anne Ford Dudley in Chestertown, she was a graduate of Kent County public schools and attended Washington College.
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