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November 29, 2005
On November 24, 2005, MICHAEL K. SANGER of Street, MD. Beloved husband of Betsy Hall Sanger. Devoted father of Tracy Sanger-Levy and her husband Andy Levy, and Linda Sanger. Loving son of Walter Calvin Sanger and Mildred Marie Brinkley Sanger. Brother of Sandy Moore. Also survived by one grandchild Courtney Levy and his mother-in-law Rosalinde Hall and close friend Charles E. Carter. A service will be held in the family owned Mc Comas Funeral Home, P.A., Bel Air, MD on Thursday, December 1, 2005 at 8 P.M. Interment will be in Thornrose Cemetery, Staunton, VA. Friends may call at the funeral home in Bel Air on Thursday from 6 to 8 P.M. Those who desire may contribute to an educational fund to be established for his granddaughter at APG Federal Credit Union.
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NEWS
November 29, 2005
On November 24, 2005, MICHAEL K. SANGER of Street, MD. Beloved husband of Betsy Hall Sanger. Devoted father of Tracy Sanger-Levy and her husband Andy Levy, and Linda Sanger. Loving son of Walter Calvin Sanger and Mildred Marie Brinkley Sanger. Brother of Sandy Moore. Also survived by one grandchild Courtney Levy and his mother-in-law Rosalinde Hall and close friend Charles E. Carter. A service will be held in the family owned Mc Comas Funeral Home, P.A., Bel Air, MD on Thursday, December 1, 2005 at 8 P.M. Interment will be in Thornrose Cemetery, Staunton, VA. Friends may call at the funeral home in Bel Air on Thursday from 6 to 8 P.M. Those who desire may contribute to an educational fund to be established for his granddaughter at APG Federal Credit Union.
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NEWS
By DeWitt Bliss and DeWitt Bliss,Sun Staff Writer | May 12, 1995
The name of the Ruxton church mentioned in yesterday's obituary on Hamilton H. Sanger was incorrect. It should have been the Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd.The Sun regrets the error.Hamilton H. Sanger, a real estate and business investor, died April 22 in his sleep at the Charlestown Care Center in Catonsville. He was 86.Mr. Sanger had lived in Roland Park for 43 years before moving to the Charlestown Retirement Community in 1991.He was a Baltimore native and 1927 graduate of the Gilman School.
NEWS
By Matthew Dolan and Matthew Dolan,SUN STAFF | September 2, 2005
Jury deliberations will continue this morning in the trial of Patrick S. Walsh, who is accused of conspiring with a tight-knit group of friends to set one of the largest residential arson fires in state history. In closing arguments yesterday in U.S. District Court in Baltimore, prosecutors and Walsh's defense attorney disagreed over how to view the evidence against the 21-year-old race car enthusiast from Fort Washington. Assistant U.S. Attorney Donna Sanger said Walsh long planned to use the arsons in the Hunters Brooke development in Charles County to showcase the power of his group of friends known as The Family.
SPORTS
By SPECIAL TO THE SUN | August 28, 1999
EASTON -- Dave King became the first to make a sweep of the men's amateur championships of the Maryland State Golf Association when he won the 71st Seniors title, beating Mike Sanger in a playoff at Talbot Country Club yesterday.King, who holed a 40-foot chip for par on No. 18 to force a playoff, sank an 18-foot birdie putt on the second extra hole for the victory.The 172-yard 18th was used for the playoff, and both made par the first time, Sanger hitting a superb first putt from 45 feet to a foot.
SPORTS
By SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 9, 1999
Three former champions lost, and there were at least a couple of impressive breakthroughs, as play moved through the first round of the Women's Metropolitan championship at Sparrows Point Country Club yesterday.Sharon Pusin, 2-down at the turn, won the 10th and 11th to get even, and eventually won the 18th for a 1-up victory over multi-titlist Andrea Kraus; defender Joan Winchester went out, 4 and 2, before Ellie Jones, who made a statement of her own as the No. 16 qualifier; and Tinker Sanger lost to Shirley Keeney, 1-down.
SPORTS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | August 6, 1997
Bonnie Fry, whose most recent of her six Women's Golf Association titles came 11 years ago, grabbed the opening-day lead in the annual WGA championships yesterday, posting 37-42--79 at the Green Spring Valley Hunt Club.Fry was the only competitor in the 56-player field to break par. It turned out to be another day when this well-groomed course, noted for its deceiving distances and subtleties, took its toll.Fry, from Maryland Golf and Country Club in Bel Air, was 2-over par on the front nine, and maintained that pace on the back before slipping with bogeys on three of the last four holes.
NEWS
May 13, 1995
The name of the Ruxton church mentioned in yesterday's obituary on Hamilton H. Sanger was incorrect. It should have been the Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd.The Sun regrets the error.
NEWS
By Ellen Gamerman and Kris Antonelli and Ellen Gamerman and Kris Antonelli,Sun Staff Writers | February 8, 1995
The Anne Arundel Medical Center has hired a New York lawyer who specializes in medical malpractice law to probe the case of three newborns who were found with opiates in their systems last week in the hospital's critical care nursery.Hospital administrators called on lawyer Warren Sanger after they investigated the incident for nearly a week without finding any clues, said Beth Evins, director for administrative and customer relations at the hospital."We have gathered as much evidence at this point as we can, and we need the expertise of individuals who have done similar investigations in the past," she said.
NEWS
By Judith Bolton-Fasman | July 31, 1994
Carole R. McCann demonstrates in this book that early birth control politics attracted strange bedfellows. Dr. McCann, who teaches American studies at the University of Maryland Baltimore County, attempts to establish that feminist participation in the birth control movement was eclipsed by politics, cultural anxiety and ultimately sexism.Feminists of the era, those whom she labels "welfare feminists," were more concerned with "Americanizing" immigrants, remaining mute about women's birth control needs in order to avoid confronting the inherent sexuality of the topic.
SPORTS
By SPECIAL TO THE SUN | September 27, 2002
ROCKVILLE - Sheila Dagucon of Montgomery Village celebrated her first year of eligibility for the Maryland State Women's Senior championship by taking the title in the 34th annual event at Norbeck Country Club yesterday. Dagucon finished with 79-77-156. The winner started two shots off the pace, but took the lead with a 1-over-par 37, then came home one stroke ahead of defending champion Joan Winchester of Rolling Road Golf Club, 77-80-157. Aside from Dagucon, the only other player in the 70s among the 72 starters on a miserable day for golf was Tinker Sanger of Green Spring, 89-79-168.
SPORTS
By SPECIAL TO THE SUN | September 26, 2001
Perry Drevo, an 8-handicap golfer from Norbeck Country Club, shot a remarkable 37-38--75 over a water-logged Prospect Bay CC in Grasonville yesterday and took a four-stroke lead halfway through the Maryland State Golf Association Women's Seniors championship. Pat Erdly of Hillendale CC shot 37-42--79, her best round of the year, followed by past champions Joan Winchester of Rolling Road GC; Tinker Sanger of Green Spring and Sandi Terrill of Naval Academy GC. Play will conclude today with another 18-hole round.
SPORTS
By SPECIAL TO THE SUN | August 28, 1999
EASTON -- Dave King became the first to make a sweep of the men's amateur championships of the Maryland State Golf Association when he won the 71st Seniors title, beating Mike Sanger in a playoff at Talbot Country Club yesterday.King, who holed a 40-foot chip for par on No. 18 to force a playoff, sank an 18-foot birdie putt on the second extra hole for the victory.The 172-yard 18th was used for the playoff, and both made par the first time, Sanger hitting a superb first putt from 45 feet to a foot.
SPORTS
By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | July 28, 1999
The first year Tinker Sanger, a Green Spring Valley Hunt Club member, was on the U.S. Girls' Junior committee, she went to Pittsburgh for the 1985 championship at St. Clair Country Club, and noticed a big welcoming banner strung across one of the downtown streets."
SPORTS
By SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 9, 1999
Three former champions lost, and there were at least a couple of impressive breakthroughs, as play moved through the first round of the Women's Metropolitan championship at Sparrows Point Country Club yesterday.Sharon Pusin, 2-down at the turn, won the 10th and 11th to get even, and eventually won the 18th for a 1-up victory over multi-titlist Andrea Kraus; defender Joan Winchester went out, 4 and 2, before Ellie Jones, who made a statement of her own as the No. 16 qualifier; and Tinker Sanger lost to Shirley Keeney, 1-down.
FEATURES
By Carl Schoettler and Carl Schoettler,SUN STAFF | December 9, 1998
At the beginning of the 20th century, the blunt, brooding steelman Henry Clay Frick was bitterly scorned as "the most hated man in America."In the era of robber-baron industrialists, Frick embodied the public image of the cold, ruthless capitalist whose philosophy was unfettered business, whose ethos was money, whose "gospel was greed."Starting out as a sickly, blue-eyed Mennonite farm boy from western Pennsylvania, Henry Clay Frick earned his first million by the time he was 30 -- on Dec. 19, 1879 -- in the industrial coke business.
NEWS
By Ellen Gamerman and Kris Antonelli and Ellen Gamerman and Kris Antonelli,Sun Staff Writers | February 8, 1995
The Anne Arundel Medical Center has hired a New York lawyer who specializes in medical malpractice law to probe the case of three newborns who were found with opiates in their systems last week in the hospital's critical care nursery.Hospital administrators called on lawyer Warren Sanger after they investigated the incident for nearly a week without finding any clues, said Beth Evins, director for administrative and customer relations at the hospital."We have gathered as much evidence at this point as we can, and we need the expertise of individuals who have done similar investigations in the past," she said.
NEWS
By Ellen Gamerman and Kris Antonelli and Ellen Gamerman and Kris Antonelli,Sun Staff Writers | February 8, 1995
The Anne Arundel Medical Center has hired a New York lawyer who specializes in medical malpractice law to probe the case of three newborns who were found with opiates in their systems last week in the hospital's critical care nursery.Hospital administrators called on lawyer Warren Sanger after they investigated the incident for nearly a week without finding any clues, said Beth Evins, director for administrative and customer relations at the hospital."We have gathered as much evidence at this point as we can, and we need the expertise of individuals who have done similar investigations in the past," she said.
SPORTS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | August 6, 1997
Bonnie Fry, whose most recent of her six Women's Golf Association titles came 11 years ago, grabbed the opening-day lead in the annual WGA championships yesterday, posting 37-42--79 at the Green Spring Valley Hunt Club.Fry was the only competitor in the 56-player field to break par. It turned out to be another day when this well-groomed course, noted for its deceiving distances and subtleties, took its toll.Fry, from Maryland Golf and Country Club in Bel Air, was 2-over par on the front nine, and maintained that pace on the back before slipping with bogeys on three of the last four holes.
SPORTS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | July 10, 1997
Shirley Williams registered a 5-over-par 36-4076 at Caves Valley Golf Club yesterday, and won the annual Greiner Cup, symbolic of the Tournament of Champions of the Women's Golf Association.Williams, a public links player, was two strokes ahead of two-time titlists Andrea Kraus, Woodholme Country Club, and Cindy Peterka, Sparrows Point CC.With their 78s, Kraus, the 1993-94 winner, , and Peterka, the 1995-96 champion, were the only other ones to break 80 in the 28-player field."It's as well as I've played here," said Williams, referring to a round that included one birdie and one bogey in a par-matching front nine.
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