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June 9, 2009
Here are the team's top picks of the decade: 2008 LHP Brian Matusz, University of San Diego, fourth overall. Currently: High-A Frederick 2007 C Matt Wieters, Georgia Tech, fifth. Currently: Orioles starting catcher 2006 3B Billy Rowell, Bishop Eustace (N.J.) HS, ninth. Currently: High-A Frederick outfielder 2005 C Brandon Snyder, Westfield (Va.) HS, 13th overall. Currently: Double-A Bowie first baseman 2004 RHP Wade Townsend*, Rice University, eighth. Currently: Injured, member of Tampa Bay Rays organization.
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By Mike Giuliano | October 17, 2013
The members of the Jupiter String Quartet surely will be in harmonious alignment with each other when this chamber ensemble performs for Candlelight Concert Society on Saturday, Oct. 19, at 8 p.m., in Howard Community College's Smith Theatre. After playing together for more than a decade, one can expect that sort of professional connection between violinists Nelson Lee and Megan Freivogel, violist Liz Freivogel and cellist Daniel McDonough. There also are strong personal connections between them.
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June 24, 2007
NORMAN HACKERMAN, 95 Chemist, university president Baltimore native Norman Hackerman, a noted chemist and a former president of both the University of Texas at Austin and Rice University, died June 16 in Temple, Texas. The cause was heart failure, his son, Stephen, said. Born on March 2, 1912, Dr. Hackerman was the only son of Jacob and Ann Raffel Hackerman, immigrants from what are now Estonia and Latvia, respectively. His father was a tailor. Dr. Hackerman earned his bachelor's degree from the Johns Hopkins University in 1932 and a doctorate there three years later.
SPORTS
June 9, 2009
Here are the team's top picks of the decade: 2008 LHP Brian Matusz, University of San Diego, fourth overall. Currently: High-A Frederick 2007 C Matt Wieters, Georgia Tech, fifth. Currently: Orioles starting catcher 2006 3B Billy Rowell, Bishop Eustace (N.J.) HS, ninth. Currently: High-A Frederick outfielder 2005 C Brandon Snyder, Westfield (Va.) HS, 13th overall. Currently: Double-A Bowie first baseman 2004 RHP Wade Townsend*, Rice University, eighth. Currently: Injured, member of Tampa Bay Rays organization.
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By Mike Giuliano | October 17, 2013
The members of the Jupiter String Quartet surely will be in harmonious alignment with each other when this chamber ensemble performs for Candlelight Concert Society on Saturday, Oct. 19, at 8 p.m., in Howard Community College's Smith Theatre. After playing together for more than a decade, one can expect that sort of professional connection between violinists Nelson Lee and Megan Freivogel, violist Liz Freivogel and cellist Daniel McDonough. There also are strong personal connections between them.
NEWS
July 31, 1991
Joseph Cooper, a distinguished professor of social sciences at Rice University, is to be the new provost and vice president of academic affairs at Johns Hopkins University.Cooper was appointed Monday by the executive committee of the Johns Hopkins Board of Trustees. His selection was recommended by Hopkins President William Richardson."Dr. Cooper is a distinguished scholar . . . and a seasoned administrator who brings to us a wealth of experience," Richardson said.Cooper, who assumes his new post Sept.
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November 9, 1995
Teen to attend leadership eventJohn Fritzges Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Fritzges of Hampstead, has been named a Hugh O'Brian ambassador for Delone Catholic High School in McSherrystown, Pa. He will represent the school at the annual Central Pennsylvania Hugh O'Brian leadership seminar to be held May 16-19 at Millersville University of Pennsylvania.During the conference, high school sophomores with demonstrated leadership qualities meet with leaders in business, education, government, sciences, arts and other professions to discuss issues.
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March 22, 1998
Edward F. Hayes, 56, a Baltimore native who was vice president for research at Ohio State University and president of the university's research foundation, died Friday at his home in a Columbus suburb. He held master's and doctoral degrees from the Johns Hopkins University and came to Ohio State in 1991 from Rice University in Houston, where he was vice president for graduate studies, research and information systems.Galina Ulanova, 88, one of the great ballerinas of the 20th century, diedyesterday in Moscow.
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By Ken Murray | October 20, 1995
Jody Lumpkin, a 6-foot-8 center from Columbia, S.C., who was recruited by Maryland, has made an oral commitment to attend Rice University, his high school coach said yesterday."
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March 23, 2003
On March 20, 2003, ADRIAN CHARLES PENISSON, age 32, a native of Raceland and resident of Baltimore, MD. He was a graduate of Rice University and John Hopkins University and post graduate studies in Chemistry; son of Dennis Joel Penisson and Janice Hodson Penisson; half brother of Gregory Scott Hodson, of Raceland, LA; brother of Dana Penisson Adams, of Raceland, LA., and Judithe Penisson Ord, of Yorktown, VA; grandson of Thomas Clarence Penisson, Sr....
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June 24, 2007
NORMAN HACKERMAN, 95 Chemist, university president Baltimore native Norman Hackerman, a noted chemist and a former president of both the University of Texas at Austin and Rice University, died June 16 in Temple, Texas. The cause was heart failure, his son, Stephen, said. Born on March 2, 1912, Dr. Hackerman was the only son of Jacob and Ann Raffel Hackerman, immigrants from what are now Estonia and Latvia, respectively. His father was a tailor. Dr. Hackerman earned his bachelor's degree from the Johns Hopkins University in 1932 and a doctorate there three years later.
NEWS
July 31, 1991
Joseph Cooper, a distinguished professor of social sciences at Rice University, is to be the new provost and vice president of academic affairs at Johns Hopkins University.Cooper was appointed Monday by the executive committee of the Johns Hopkins Board of Trustees. His selection was recommended by Hopkins President William Richardson."Dr. Cooper is a distinguished scholar . . . and a seasoned administrator who brings to us a wealth of experience," Richardson said.Cooper, who assumes his new post Sept.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | April 26, 1998
Right down to the abnormally wide thighs, Ravens rookie running back Roddrick Newhouse looks just like his father.Robert Newhouse fashioned a productive career with the Dallas Cowboys from 1972 to 1983, rushing for 4,784 yards, adding another 956 receiving yards, and totaling 36 touchdowns. During his last four seasons, Newhouse was coached by none other than Al Lavan, who now coaches running backs with the Ravens."It seemed like only yesterday that I was coaching Robert," Lavan said.Meet Roddrick, a 5-foot-10, 205-pound product of Rice University, where he played fullback, running back and H-back.
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December 7, 1992
In yesterday's Howard section, a feature article on Greg Seward should have said that he is a student at Hammond High School.The Baltimore Sun regrets the error.Recipient: Greg Seward, 17, of ColumbiaSchool: Wilde Lake High SchoolWhy Greg was chosen: He holds a 4.0 grade point average and is president of the National Honor Society. He played varsity football as well as varsity lacrosse. He won the school's scholar-athlete award. He volunteers for the American Cancer Society as well as the Leukemia Society of America.
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