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May 11, 2004
On May 8, 2004, JOANNE E. RUSE, 67, has gone to heaven. Born May 26, 1936, in Fayette, PA. She lived most of her life in Dundalk, MD before moving to Naples, FL. She was predeceased by her husband George C. Ruse, Sr. Joann leaves behind six loving children, George C. Ruse, Jr., Lu Ann Ruse, Maurice L. Mahady, Matthew W. Ruse, Michele (Sydney) Scott and Kathy (William) Edgar. She also leaves behind her brothers Joseph, John and Paul Abbott, a sister Margaret Harenchar, her grandchildren Heather, Jamie, Shantel and Will, and her great-grandchildren Blake, Dylan, and Brooke.
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By Jon Meoli and The Baltimore Sun | June 9, 2014
The Maryland baseball team never got too high as it tore through the month of May, winning 11 straight before a pair of ACC tournament losses, then stringing together four more victories to open their first NCAA tournament since 1971. So it should come as no surprise that after Virginia's bats exploded for 17 hits in a 7-3 Terps loss Sunday in Game 2 of the NCAA super regional , the team is not feeling down on its luck. “It's a loss, but it's not the biggest one of the year,” third baseman Jose Cuas, who had two hits in the loss, said Sunday.
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By Justin Fenton, The Baltimore Sun | October 29, 2012
With robberies of food delivery drivers in the news recently, The Baltimore Sun's Jonathan Pitts hit the streets with a 36-year-old man who delivers pizzas to talk about the inherent dangers. Baltimore police have since provided data on these robberies, showing that in nearly two-thirds of them, the food order was placed as a ruse and with the intention of committing a robbery. Police said there have been 66 food delivery driver robberies this year, and in 42 of them, investigators believe the robbers placed the order.
SPORTS
By Jon Meoli, The Baltimore Sun | June 9, 2014
The Maryland baseball team's improbable NCAA tournament run ended in disappointment Monday when Virginia jumped to an early lead and never let up in an 11-2 drubbing in the deciding third game of the NCAA super regional. “There's only eight teams that can go to Omaha (Neb. for the College World Series), and I'd say these guys had about as special a season as they possibly could have had,” Maryland coach John Szefc said. “Unfortunately, we got matched up against an absolute monster in the super regional at their place.” That monster was a Virginia squad whose explosive offense threatened in Maryland's Game 1 win Saturday, broke out to take Game 2 Sunday, and never relented in a 13-hit barrage Monday that ended Maryland's season.
SPORTS
By John Steadman | April 20, 1997
It remains one of the most bizarre incidents in all of baseball history -- when the Orioles, behind a cloak of secrecy, attempted to identify a black second baseman as an American Indian. Charlie Grant became Chief Tokohoma. Had the deception succeeded, the Orioles would have been the first modern club to integrate, going back to almost a century ago.It was a scheme crafted by John McGraw, regarded as one of the game's most successful managers and included in the first class elected to the Hall of Fame.
NEWS
By Dennis O'Brien and Dennis O'Brien,SUN STAFF | October 23, 2000
A 25-year-old city man accused of posing as Atlanta rap producer Jermaine Dupri and running up thousands of dollars in fraudulent credit-card bills goes on trial in Baltimore County today. It is yet another example, authorities say, of a growing national problem - identity theft. Police say that Alexander Jackson concocted an elaborate ruse using confidential information he stole from his job at a credit-card processing company in Anne Arundel County. Two co-defendants were arrested on related charges.
SPORTS
April 7, 2010
Bobby Ruse C. Milton Wright, baseball The junior pitcher-first baseman played key roles in three wins last week, including two over ranked teams, as the Mustangs moved up to No. 1. In his first outing of the season, Ruse went five innings, striking out four, and picked up the win in beating No. 2 Severna Park, 12-2. He also had two hits and two RBIs in that game. He singled in the winning run to edge No. 14 River Hill, 1-0, and hit a two-run home run in an 11-1 win over Rising Sun. Ruse, who pitched for the Oriolelanders fall showcase team, is batting .444 and has five RBIs through four games.
NEWS
December 23, 2004
On December 19, 2004, ELISABETH (nee Ruse) GLADDING, beloved wife of the late Allan Merryman Gladding, devoted mother of Merry Elisabeth Gladding Highby and her husband John Hansen Highby, dear grandmother of Amanda Merryman Highby. Friends may call at the family owned Mitchell-Wiedefeld Funeral Home, Inc., 6500 York Rd., (at Overbrook), on Wednesday, 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. Funeral Service will be held Thursday at 11 A.M. St. David's Church, 4700 Roland Ave. Entombment Loudon Park Cemetery Mausoleum.
BUSINESS
By Lorene Yue | May 22, 2005
Think twice before taking up that cheap offer for a fabulous vacation. You could find yourself wanting to get away from a costly ruse. The prize promotions arrive via phone messages, letters and e-mail, with the warning that you must act "now." Although the offers say you have been "specially selected" for this opportunity, the fact is most unsolicited promotions target thousands of recipients at a time. Always read the fine print and don't be afraid to ask specific questions, as with most offers that sound too good to be true.
NEWS
By From Sun staff reports | April 17, 2009
Erin Laschinger and Kelsi Bozel each scored three goals as No. 3 Notre Dame Prep beat No. 5 Bryn Mawr, 10-6, in girls lacrosse yesterday. The score was tied at 3 at the half before the host Blazers (7-0) outscored the Mawrtians 7-3. Morgan Rubin had a goal and an assist to lead Bryn Mawr (5-3). No. 7 St. Mary's 17, Maryvale 15, OT: : Joanna Dalton had five goals to power the Saints (4-3) past the host Lions. St. Mary's outscored Maryvale 3-1 in overtime. No. 13 Century 23, South Carroll 6: : Katie Schwarzmann scored eight goals to power the visiting Knights (6-0)
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Sports Digest | March 19, 2014
Varsity boys lacrosse Boys' Latin cruises to 16-6 win over St. Andrew's (Fla.) Shack Stanwick had four goals and three assists and Logan Wisnauskas had a goal and four assists to lead visiting Boys' Latin (2-0) to a 16-6 win over St. Andrew's (Fla.) on Tuesday. Boys' Latin took a 10-1 lead at the half. ... Andrew Fanshaw had four goals and two assists, and Timmy Kelly had two goals and two assists to lead host Calvert Hall (5-0) to a 9-4 victory over the Benjamin School (Fla.)
NEWS
By Justin Fenton, The Baltimore Sun | October 29, 2012
With robberies of food delivery drivers in the news recently, The Baltimore Sun's Jonathan Pitts hit the streets with a 36-year-old man who delivers pizzas to talk about the inherent dangers. Baltimore police have since provided data on these robberies, showing that in nearly two-thirds of them, the food order was placed as a ruse and with the intention of committing a robbery. Police said there have been 66 food delivery driver robberies this year, and in 42 of them, investigators believe the robbers placed the order.
SPORTS
By Chris Branch, The Baltimore Sun | June 13, 2011
Matt Bosse was about 5 feet from having the perfect first at-bat at Camden Yards. The Calvert Hall graduate's ball sailed over the center fielder's head and landed just shy of the wall, 410 feet from the plate, for a double as Bosse helped the North squad to a 5-0 win over the South in the 30th annual Brooks Robinson All-Star Game of Maryland. Bosse, a Calvert Hall graduate and self-proclaimed "huge" Orioles fan, said he didn't even get all of the ball. "I was a little in front of it," he said.
SPORTS
By From Sun staff reports | May 17, 2011
Senior Bobby Rose pitched a complete game Monday as No. 10 C. Milton Wright recorded 10 hits and defeated visiting Towson, 7-2, in a Class 3A North regional quarterfinal baseball game. Digital Harbor 12, Douglass 2: Zak Mackenzie was 2-for-2 with two doubles, two RBIs and two runs scored to lead the Rams (14-2) over the visiting Ducks in a Class 2A North regional quarterfinal. Devin Parlier struck out 10 in five innings for Digital Harbor. Softball No. 3 Broadneck 9, Meade 0: Rebekah Kaiser struck out 15 while allowing two hits in a seven-inning complete game as the Bruins (17-3)
SPORTS
May 3, 2011
The senior pitcher turned in a week of superlatives, pitching three shutout innings for an 18-0 win over North East and following that with a one-hitter and a 1-0 victory over North Harford. "The North Harford game was breathtaking," Mustangs coach Tony Blackburn said. "They challenged him batter after batter. To watch him dig down the way he did against a quality opponent, it was the game of his life. In two wins, no one even reached second base on him. " Ruse has a 5-1 record this season and a 1.57 ERA with 60 strikeouts.
SPORTS
By Jeff Seidel, Special to The Baltimore Sun | May 25, 2010
C. Milton Wright pitcher Bobby Ruse threw a perfect game and a one-hitter earlier this season. Now he can add a playoff shutout to that list. Ruse tossed a three-hitter in a dominating performance, and Brian Dippel's two-run single gave No. 1 C.M. Wright the necessary offense in a 2-0 victory over No. 4 Atholton in a Class 3A state semifinal game Tuesday at Joe Cannon Stadium. C.M. Wright (22-0) advanced to the Class 3A state title game Saturday at 7 p.m. at Ripken Stadium against the winner of Quince Orchard and Huntingtown.
FEATURES
By Ken Fuson and Ken Fuson,SUN STAFF | December 29, 1997
When he was a boy, Tom Hooper awoke every Christmas morning to the sound of a Lionel train whistle, the sight of a decorated tree and the smell of sawdust and sauerkraut.He did again this year.Now a medical executive and a father of two, Hooper has kept a Baltimore family tradition alive. Every fall, he begins assembling a Christmas garden in the living room of his home.There was a time when many of the homes in East and South Baltimore displayed Christmas gardens -- villages assembled with miniature cardboard homes, tiny lead figurines and toy train sets.
SPORTS
By Chris Reilly, The Baltimore Sun | May 11, 2010
Bobby Ruse threw a one-hitter and struck out 14 to lead No. 1 C. Milton Wright over North East, 7-0, in the Upper Chesapeake Bay Athletic Conference championship game at Ripken Stadium in Aberdeen on Monday. The Indians' only hit came with one out in the bottom of the seventh, when Bobby Dietz hit a single between third and short. "It felt great," Ruse said. "I had a lot of command with my fastball, my defense was great all day behind me and my catcher called a great game.
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