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SPORTS
By Milton Kent and Milton Kent,SUN SPORTS MEDIA CRITIC | January 13, 2000
Gerry Sandusky, who anchors Channel 11's weeknight sportscasts and is the host of WBAL Radio's nighttime sports talk show, will be relinquishing his regular radio duties next month. Sandusky, who has been critical of the Orioles during his 2 1/2-year stint as "SportsLine" host, is being moved in part to accommodate a portion of WBAL's new, three-year contract with the Orioles, though the move was not dictated by team officials. "They assured me that it was not at their [Orioles'] insistence," Sandusky said.
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NEWS
By John A. Morris and John A. Morris,Staff Writer | September 10, 1993
The Riviera Bowl was so quiet Wednesday afternoon you could hear a pin drop.Steve Sandusky, standing in the nearly empty bowling alley, had picked up a spare, which is not unusual for the owner of the 32-year-old duckpin alley on Fort Smallwood Road. Except he was not bowling; he was "rowling."Mr. Sandusky, son of former Baltimore Colts star Alex Sandusky, shuffled down the lane pushing the ball with a 4-foot pole. Approaching the foul line, he gave the pole a shove sending the ball rolling gently down the lane toward the 10 duckpins 60 feet away.
FEATURES
By David Folkenflik and David Folkenflik,SUN STAFF | January 14, 2004
Gerry Sandusky, the son of a former coach for the NFL's Baltimore Colts and Miami Dolphins, possesses a genial air and projects comfort in the public eye. He would seem a natural for the job he has held since 1988: sports anchor for WBAL-TV's news team. It's his other job that doesn't seem so clean a fit. Away from the camera, Sandusky serves corporate executives and professionals who pay him to coach them on how best to communicate - how to speak to employees, how to make a sales pitch, and even how to manage the media.
SPORTS
By Ray Frager | March 11, 1991
Channel 11 showed a nice transition game yesterday.After deciding to skip the National Collegiate Athletic Association basketball tournament selection show in favor of its local newscast, the station ended up carrying the pairings.Channel 11 quickly broke away from the news to CBS' program, picking up the NCAA bracket announcement as made by Greg Gumbel. WBAL stayed with CBS until the pairings were complete, missing a few moments after coming back late from a commercial and then breaking away from the network for a live shot from Towson State, where the basketball team and fans reacted to the Tigers' drawing No. 1 seed Ohio State.
NEWS
By Donald G. Vitek | September 5, 1991
The Riviera Beach area has changed. It's easy to say that everythinghas changed, but it's not always true. Some things even while changing remain pretty much the same.The bowling center was called AlexSandusky's Riviera Bowl 30 years ago when Sandusky bought the centerwithin a year of its construction. It's called Riviera Bowl now, buta Sandusky is still in charge.Steve Sandusky was raised in the Riviera Beach center, and he learned the business from the ground up."When I was a youngster, Dadmade me learn the business," Sandusky said.
SPORTS
January 23, 2000
WBAL sells out on Sandusky The Jan. 13 article, "Sandusky signing off from SportsLine," detailed how WBAL Radio host Gerry Sandusky will involuntarily be leaving his show at the end of February. Regardless of how carefully worded the article was, it is apparent that the powerful Orioles saw to it that Sandusky be removed from his duties because he didn't toe the Orioles' line. He wasn't enough of a "homer," which was Jon Miller's cardinal sin, according to owner Peter Angelos. Sandusky actually dared to speak his mind and offer criticism if he saw fit. Yet, the article states that Sandusky's removal was not related to his comments.
NEWS
February 14, 2007
James E. Lantz, a retired Towson barber and hairstylist, died of a heart attack Feb. 7 at his home in Sandusky, Ohio, where he had lived since 1998 and where his funeral was held Monday. He was 62. Mr. Lantz was born in Spangler, Pa., and raised in Dundalk, where he graduated from Dundalk High School in 1963. After graduating from barber school, Mr. Lantz opened Tollgate Barber Shop in Towson. He operated the business until 1997, when he retired because of failing health. He collected model automobiles and liked playing the organ.
NEWS
January 12, 2004
On January 9, 2004 ANNE B. of Baltimore, beloved wife of the late Paul F. Lane; loving mother of Nancy M. Lane, Barbara A. Sandusky, Patricia L. Shelby, Michael P., J. Kelly, Dennis J. and Maura K. Lane; cherished grandmother of Rick M. Shelby, Tim P. Lane, Samantha Sandusky, Sean W.L. Alford, Matthew Sandusky, Jessie M. and Kevin C. Lane and Morgan L. Arnold; devoted great grandmother of Patrick and Alex Shelby. The family will receive friends in the LEMMON FUNERAL HOME OF DULANEY VALLEY INC, 10 W. Padonia Road (at York Road)
SPORTS
By Mike Preston | December 17, 1991
Penn State defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky has been contacted by Maryland athletic director Andy Geiger about filling the Terrapins' vacant head football coaching position.Sandusky, 47, said he talked with Geiger last week, but has not decided whether he wants to be interviewed by Geiger or Maryland's nine-member selection committee, which was announced yesterday."I've spoken with Maryland, but I'm not sure what I'm going to do because of my terms here with Penn State," said Sandusky.
SPORTS
By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Evening Sun Staff | December 17, 1991
Penn State defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky has been contacted by Maryland athletic director Andy Geiger about filling the Terrapins' vacant head football coaching position.Sandusky, 47, said he talked with Geiger last week, but has not decided whether he wants to be interviewed by Geiger or Maryland's nine-member selection committee, which was announced yesterday."I've spoken with Maryland, but I'm not sure what I'm going to do because of my terms here with Penn State," said Sandusky.
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