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April 22, 1994
Johns Hopkins (5-3) at Navy (6-4)Site: Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium, AnnapolisTime: 8Outlook: Both teams are coming off dramatic wins -- Hopkins came back from a two-goal deficit in the fourth quarter to beat Maryland, 12-10, and Navy edged Towson State, 13-12. Last year against Hopkins, Navy led 6-3 at halftime, but the Blue Jays outscored the Mids 5-0 in the third quarter and went on to win, 11-8. Attackman Terry Riordan leads Hopkins with 33 points (27 goals, 6 assists), and Navy's top point-getter is A Rob Bailey (15, 16)
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June 11, 1995
Rodger Scott HarrisonPublishing executiveRodger Scott Harrison, a retired advertising and publishing executive, died Thursday of heart failure at his home in Chestertown. He was 78.Mr. Harrison, a native of New York, and his wife, Patty, moved from Huntington Bay, Long Island, to Chestertown in 1987.He began his advertising career in 1945 and was vice president at several agencies. In 1971, he joined Gourmet magazine, where he stayed until retiring in 1986 as special adviser to the publisher.
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June 11, 1995
Rodger Scott HarrisonPublishing executiveRodger Scott Harrison, a retired advertising and publishing executive, died Thursday of heart failure at his home in Chestertown. He was 78.Mr. Harrison, a native of New York, and his wife, Patty, moved from Huntington Bay, Long Island, to Chestertown in 1987.He began his advertising career in 1945 and was vice president at several agencies. In 1971, he joined Gourmet magazine, where he stayed until retiring in 1986 as special adviser to the publisher.
SPORTS
By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Sun Staff Writer | May 15, 1994
DURHAM, N.C. -- Duke's lacrosse program has arrived. The school's basketball players are now attending the games. Hey, isn't that Jeff Capel and Rasheed Wallace? Whoa, is that Cherokee Parks sporting the bleach blond look or Dennis Rodman incognito?Lacrosse games still draw crowds of only 500 here, but in four years under coach Mike Pressler, Duke is a championship contender, and it's great to be associated with the lacrosse team.The No. 8 Blue Devils reached another milestone yesterday as they held off a late rally to defeat No. 9 Maryland, 14-9, in the opening round of the NCAA Division I tournament.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Sun Staff Writer | May 15, 1994
DURHAM, N.C. -- Duke's lacrosse program has arrived. The school's basketball players are now attending the games. Hey, isn't that Jeff Capel and Rasheed Wallace? Whoa, is that Cherokee Parks sporting the bleach blond look or Dennis Rodman incognito?Lacrosse games still draw crowds of only 500 here, but in four years under coach Mike Pressler, Duke is a championship contender, and it's great to be associated with the lacrosse team.The No. 8 Blue Devils reached another milestone yesterday as they held off a late rally to defeat No. 9 Maryland, 14-9, in the opening round of the NCAA Division I tournament.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Sun Staff Writer | May 14, 1994
COLLEGE PARK -- It's the biggest lacrosse game of Brian Dougherty's career, and all he can do is sit and wait. And wait and wait . . ."I can't believe this is happening," said Dougherty, Maryland's starting goalie, who is questionable for today's NCAA tournament game against No. 8 Duke (8-4) because of a severe cut on his right leg. "Talk about bad luck and bad breaks.""I haven't had this kind of thing happen to me since I was 9 years old, at a wedding, and ran through an opened door that turned out to be a plate of glass.
SPORTS
By From Staff Reports | February 27, 1994
DURHAM, N.C. -- Junior attackman Scott Harrison had three goals and four assists as Duke beat Butler, 20-6, in the season opener for both schools. Four other Blue Devils scored three goals each.Duke and Butler traded goals in the first period before Duke took control of the game, scoring 17 unanswered goals starting in the second period and finishing in the fourth.Butler 1 0 0 5 -- 6Duke 1 4 11 4 -- 20
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By From Staff Reports | March 26, 1995
WASHINGTON -- Senior attackman Steve Finnell scored a career-high four goals and added an assist to lead No. 7 Duke past No. 11 Georgetown, 14-9, yesterday for its fifth consecutive victory.Senior attackman Scott Harrison added a goal and four assists for the Blue Devils (6-1), who used a 7-0 run in the second half to break open a one-goal game.Sophomore midfielder Dan Martin scored three goals and senior attackman Chris Remington added two goals and two assists for the Hoyas (4-2), who had won four in row.Duke outshot the Hoyas 43-33.
NEWS
July 14, 2003
On July 10, 2003, MARY MILLHOLLAND MATTHAI, beloved wife of Joseph F. Matthai Jr. and devoted mother of Joseph F. Matthai III, George Millholland Matthai, Scott Harrison Matthai and Randolph Steward Matthai. Also survived by six grandchildren. A Memorial Service will be held in the St. Paul's School Chapel, 11152 Falls Road, Lutherville, MD., on Tuesday, July 15 at 2 P.M. Interment private. Memorial contributions may be made in Mrs. Matthai's name to Shepherd's Clinic, 1901 St. Paul St., Baltimore, MD. 21218.
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July 11, 2008
On July 5, 2008, RUTH ELIZABETH SCOTT HARRISON, devoted mother of Albert A. Finley III(Doris); loving grandmother of the late Darron T. Finley Sr.(Shawn), Michael S. Finley Sr. and Adrienne K. Finley-Plummer(Mel). She is also survived by nine great-grandchildren, three great-great grandchildren, nephew Toby Ambler(Anna) of Ohio, nieces, nephews, and a host of other family and friends. Friends may call the family owned WYLIE FUNERAL HOME P.A OF BALTIMORE COUNTY, 9200 Liberty Road Friday from 4 to 8 P.M. Services Saturday in the Chapel of the above mentioned funeral home, 10:30 A.M. Wake, 11:00 A.M. Funeral . Interment Arbutus Memorial Park.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Sun Staff Writer | May 14, 1994
COLLEGE PARK -- It's the biggest lacrosse game of Brian Dougherty's career, and all he can do is sit and wait. And wait and wait . . ."I can't believe this is happening," said Dougherty, Maryland's starting goalie, who is questionable for today's NCAA tournament game against No. 8 Duke (8-4) because of a severe cut on his right leg. "Talk about bad luck and bad breaks.""I haven't had this kind of thing happen to me since I was 9 years old, at a wedding, and ran through an opened door that turned out to be a plate of glass.
SPORTS
April 22, 1994
Johns Hopkins (5-3) at Navy (6-4)Site: Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium, AnnapolisTime: 8Outlook: Both teams are coming off dramatic wins -- Hopkins came back from a two-goal deficit in the fourth quarter to beat Maryland, 12-10, and Navy edged Towson State, 13-12. Last year against Hopkins, Navy led 6-3 at halftime, but the Blue Jays outscored the Mids 5-0 in the third quarter and went on to win, 11-8. Attackman Terry Riordan leads Hopkins with 33 points (27 goals, 6 assists), and Navy's top point-getter is A Rob Bailey (15, 16)
BUSINESS
By Liz Bowie and Liz Bowie,Staff Writer | June 25, 1992
Kirschner Medical Corp. of Timonium says it will continue most of its exports of orthopedic products despite the removal of a Food and Drug Administration certificate of export this week.The financial impact of the FDA's action on the company will be "negligible," Kirschner Chief Executive C. Scott Harrison said yesterday.The certificate assures foreign countries there is no problem with the manufacturing process, the FDA said, but is not required.After consulting with legal counsel, Mr. Harrison said, the company will continue shipping to more than 30 companies.
BUSINESS
By Michelle Singletary and Michelle Singletary,Evening Sun Staff | February 6, 1991
Despite steps to cut costs, Kirschner Medical Corp. said it expects to report a fourth-quarter loss and also may experience a loss for 1990.The Timonium-based company, which develops, manufactures and markets orthopedic instruments and devices, had a $14.2 million loss last year.Kirschner's stock closed yesterday at $8, down 87 1/2 cents.Dr. C. Scott Harrison, newly elected chairman of the board and chief executive officer, said yesterday the company has taken a number of steps to reduce costs, including a reduction in staff, a wage freeze and salary rollbacks.
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