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By Edward Lee | November 21, 2011
No one would to take issue with Lee Evans feeling a little bit rusty in the Ravens' 31-24 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals Sunday, his first game since Sept. 18 against the Tennessee Titans. But the wide receiver isn't buying into that theory. “I guess you can look at it that way,” Evans said after being targeted just one time and being unable to register a catch in the team's 31-24 win against the Cincinnati Bengals Sunday. “Anytime you're out on the field though, you have an opportunity to make plays, and you've got to make them.
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By Don Markus, The Baltimore Sun | June 25, 2014
Tiger Woods has long been known for wearing red and black on Sunday, his wardrobe of choice for nearly all of his 79 victories on the PGA Tour. When the 38-year-old tees off Thursday for the first time in a tour event in more than three months, Woods and the rest of the field will be thinking about how much rust he will be wearing. The atmosphere for his practice round Wednesday at Congressional Country Club during the pro-am for the Quicken Loans National was reminiscent of when he played here in the 1997 U.S. Open a couple of months after winning the Masters by a dozen shots.
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By Edward Lee | May 4, 2012
With a 14-4 record and all four losses coming to teams ranked higher in the latest United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association poll, Stevenson figures to be a lock for the NCAA tournament. But rather than sit back and coast into the postseason, the Mustangs are scheduled to travel and meet Ohio Wesleyan (11-3) this Saturday. Coach Paul Cantabene said he's glad the team won't be taking the weekend off before the NCAA tournament. “We're not afraid to get out there and keep playing,” he said Tuesday.
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By Eduardo A. Encina, The Baltimore Sun | March 26, 2014
PORT CHARLOTTE, Fla. - Orioles right-hander Chris Tillman wasn't his sharpest in his final spring tuneup before Opening Day, but he was able to limit the damage to work out of several jams against the Tampa Bay Rays at Charlotte Sports Park on Wednesday. Tillman, who will be the team's Opening Day starter on Monday against the Boston Red Sox at Camden Yards, made his first start in nine days after missing his last scheduled appearance with the flu. He allowed 10 baserunners (nine hits and one walk)
NEWS
August 16, 2005
On August 13, 2005, JAMES M. RUST, dear brother of Bill Rust IV and his wife Kathy, and Nancy Lauer, cherished uncle of Lt. Bill Rust V, Michael J. Rust and Allyson Lauer. Relatives and friends may call at the family owned AMBROSE FUNERAL HOME, INC., 1328 Sulphur Spring Rd., Arbutus, on Tuesday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. where funeral services will be held Wednesday at 10:30 A.M. Interment to immediately follow in Meadowridge Memorial Park.
NEWS
August 1, 2003
On July 29, 2003, MARY A. RUST of Ellicott City, beloved wife of the late William D. Rust, III, loving mother of William D. Rust, IV, James M. Rust and Nancy R. Lauer, loving grandmother of Lt. William D. Rust, U.S. Navy, and Cap. Michael J. Rust, U.S. Army, and Allyson A. Lauer, dear sister of Sadie Clampitt, Rosalie Donaldson and James S. Ingrilli. Relatives and friends are invited to call at the GARY L. KAUFMAN FUNERAL HOME AT MEADOWRIDGE MEMORIAL PARK, INC., 7250 Washington Blvd., Elkridge (Exit 6 off of Rt. 100)
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November 5, 2004
On November 1, 2004, GOLDIE S. (nee Stewart) RUST; beloved wife of the late Harry E. Rust; loving sister of Roscoe Stewart, Jr., Martha Bartley, Earlene Wright, Anna Beckley and the late Fonso Stewart, Thomas M. Stewart, Bill C. Stewart, Blanch Stewart and Jessie Grenke; special companion of Clyde Lanham and family. Also survived by many other family and friends. Visitation to be held at the HUBBARD FUNERAL HOME, INC., 4107 Wilkens Avenue, on Friday, 1 to 4 and 6 to 9 P.M. and where funeral services will take place on Saturday at 11 A.M. Interment in Loudon Park Cemetery.
SPORTS
By Don Markus, The Baltimore Sun | June 25, 2014
Tiger Woods has long been known for wearing red and black on Sunday, his wardrobe of choice for nearly all of his 79 victories on the PGA Tour. When the 38-year-old tees off Thursday for the first time in a tour event in more than three months, Woods and the rest of the field will be thinking about how much rust he will be wearing. The atmosphere for his practice round Wednesday at Congressional Country Club during the pro-am for the Quicken Loans National was reminiscent of when he played here in the 1997 U.S. Open a couple of months after winning the Masters by a dozen shots.
SPORTS
January 5, 1991
Rod Rust was fired yesterday as coach of the New England Patriots after oone season and one win.Five days after the worst season in Patriots history ended with their 14th straight loss and a 1-15 record, chief executive officer Sam Jankovich dismissed Rust with three years left on his contract.He also said he wanted the next coach, the Patriots' fifth in 13 seasons, to be "highly energized and enthusiastic. . . full of fire." Rust, 62, is considered a hard worker but low-keyed.Jankovich planned to move quickly to find a new coach and said he had a short list of primary candidates but would not say who was on it. Published reports have focused on John Mackovic, coach at Illinois and former coach of the Kansas City Chiefs.
NEWS
November 25, 2002
William D. Rust III, who operated an Arbutus insurance agency, died of complications from diabetes Tuesday at Levindale Hebrew Geriatric Center and Hospital. He was 82 and had lived more than 40 years in Halethorpe before he moved to Ellicott City several years ago. Born in Baltimore, he attended local schools and worked for various insurance firms until 1960, when he established his own agency, William D. Rust III Insurance, on Southwestern Boulevard in Arbutus. He retired in the mid-1990s.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | February 7, 2014
While the men's college lacrosse season officially began last weekend with a pair of games, many teams are debuting this weekend. So don't expect a well-oiled No. 15 Johns Hopkins against No. 13 Ohio State at Homewood Field on Sunday. “We're a work in progress,” coach Dave Pietramala acknowledged. “Needless to say, it's early lacrosse, and there are going to be mistakes made and there are going to be miscues. That's to be expected. More games are lost than won in sports, and one of the keys, especially at this time of the year, is to not lose those games, and what I mean by that is to try to limit mistakes that are somewhat natural at this time of the year.
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By Andrew Wainer | December 26, 2013
In the midst of the debate over the largest potential immigration reform legislation in 50 years, American communities struggling with decades of population loss and economic decline are being revitalized by newcomers. The economic contribution of immigrants in high-skilled fields is relatively well-known, but less acknowledged are the contributions that "blue collar" immigrants make in revitalizing depressed communities and economies, both as manual laborers and small business entrepreneurs.
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By Dan Connolly | August 29, 2012
 There may have been rust or jitters or simply a lack of recent familiarity with the American League.  Joe Saunders, however, chalks up his rough Orioles debut on Wednesday to one bad inning - the first, in which he allowed four runs on four hits and a walk.  “You always want to set a good impression your first time,” said Saunders, who was acquired Sunday from Arizona for reliever Matt Lindstrom. “It sucks that that first inning was the first inning. But you've got to turn the page quick and look forward to the next start.” Overall, Saunders, a Northern Virginia native, allowed seven runs (six earned)
EXPLORE
July 24, 2012
Thunder Hill, 333; Dorsey's Search, 269 Medley Relays 15-18M: 1. DS (D. Lazris, H. Lapir, A. Frey, J. Sham), 2:09.45. 9-10M: 1. TH (S. Rust, C. Maloney, T. Thorogood, D. Porter), 1:20.70. 11-12M: 1. TH (T. Parker, S. Wall, S. Colbert, R. Porter), 2:24.63. 13-14M: 1. DS (C. O'Neill, G. Diven, G. Swain, A. Williams), 2:23.94. Individual Medley 15-18B: 1. D. Lazris, DS, 1:05.98; 2. J. Sham, DS; 3. A. Jacobson, TH. 15-18G: 1. A. Frey, DS, 1:01.59; 2. A. Amador, TH; 3. R. Linder, TH. 9-10B: 1. B. Benzing, DS, 1:20.87; 2. J. Scopelliti, TH; 3. D. Porter, TH. 9-10G: 1. S. Rust, TH, 1:40.89; 2. M. Strozyk, TH; 3. R. VanOsdel, DS. 11-12B: 1. R. Porter, TH, 1:22.33; 2. J. Swain, DS; 3. A. Loudin, DS. 11-12G: 1. S. Colbert, TH, 1:18.23; 2. S. Khaled, TH; 3. M. Williams, TH. 13-14B: 1. D. Rust, TH, 1:13.96; 2. A. Greenstone, DS; 3. G. Diven, DS. 13-14G: 1. E. Zohorsky, TH, 1:11.55; 2. G. Swain, DS; 3. C. O'Neill, DS. Freestyle 15-18B: 1. J. Martin, TH, 26.10; 2. G. Vial, TH; 3. D. Mackey, DS. 15-18G: 1. M. Baldwin, TH, 28.62; 2. C. Schnorf, DS; 3. S. Mongilio, TH. 6-UB: 1. A. Raney, DS, 25.77; 2. A. DelaCruz, DS; 3. A. Varga, DS. 6-UG: 1. K. Titoura, TH, 24.37; 2. H. SooTho, DS; 3. K. Thompson, TH. 7-8B: 1. I. Versteeg, DS, 19.56; 2. A. Abrams, DS; 3. T. Gerrity, TH. 7-8G: 1. J. Kwok, DS, 18.93; 2. A. Bonner,...
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By Edward Lee | May 4, 2012
With a 14-4 record and all four losses coming to teams ranked higher in the latest United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association poll, Stevenson figures to be a lock for the NCAA tournament. But rather than sit back and coast into the postseason, the Mustangs are scheduled to travel and meet Ohio Wesleyan (11-3) this Saturday. Coach Paul Cantabene said he's glad the team won't be taking the weekend off before the NCAA tournament. “We're not afraid to get out there and keep playing,” he said Tuesday.
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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | February 24, 2012
Friday's contest may be the last meeting between these schools for quite a while due to Maryland athletic director Kevin Anderson's ultimatum, but that won't dilute the emotion in this cross-town rivalry. The No. 8 Terps have never lost in four games at the Multi-Sport Field in Washington, D.C. The Hoyas are trying to snap a two-game losing streak to Maryland. Here are a few factors that could play a role in the outcome. 1) Georgetown's attack. This unit not only graduated its top playmaker in attackman Rickey Mirabito (16 goals and 30 assists)
FEATURES
By ROB KASPER | October 1, 1994
Rust is evil -- almost everyone in America thinks so. That is one reason battling it can be so uplifting.These days, finding such widespread agreement on what is evil is rare. Just this week for example, I read that even though turncoat spy Aldrich E. Ames was regularly drunk, indiscreet, lazy and inefficient, his bosses at the Central Intelligence Agency considered such work habits normal. So, instead of getting fired for bad behavior, Ames got promoted.Living in a such a confused world, I feel the need for some certainty.
BUSINESS
By Gary Dymski and Gary Dymski,NEWSDAY | December 21, 2003
When it comes to household situations that rub homeowners the wrong way, using a couple of squirts of WD-40 is a common solution. Cleaning metal parts, removing squeaks from door hinges and dissolving rust: These are ways to use a multipurpose household lubricant. WD-40 has been celebrating 50 years as a cleaner, rust inhibitor, solvent and lubricant with offbeat tales and rather hokey promotions. A few years ago, the people at WD-40 launched a search to find the top 2,000 uses for their product.
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By Ellen Nibali, Special to The Baltimore Sun | January 1, 2012
My grass has tiny orange raised bumps on the blades. It started about the beginning of fall. It seems worst where there is more shade and the ground stays moist longer. Will it kill the grass? Numerous blades are completely covered. I fertilize a few times a year, using the recommended amount for my bluegrass. Kentucky bluegrass and perennial ryegrass are the grasses most susceptible to rust, a fungal disease. Rust disease is favored by low nitrogen fertility, but this is probably not your cause.
SPORTS
By Edward Lee | November 21, 2011
No one would to take issue with Lee Evans feeling a little bit rusty in the Ravens' 31-24 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals Sunday, his first game since Sept. 18 against the Tennessee Titans. But the wide receiver isn't buying into that theory. “I guess you can look at it that way,” Evans said after being targeted just one time and being unable to register a catch in the team's 31-24 win against the Cincinnati Bengals Sunday. “Anytime you're out on the field though, you have an opportunity to make plays, and you've got to make them.
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