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By Joanne E. Morvay and By Joanne E. Morvay,Special to the Sun | April 22, 2001
Pale gray clouds swallowed the broad shock of flat, verdant moss that caressed the treeless terrain. Light rain misted a shaggy sheep perched on black rock. The occasional car passed by, dwarfed into a toy of the elements on its path along the Reykjanes Peninsula, while a farmhouse stood alone in the starkness like a small white miracle. -- From "Letting the Body Lead" by Jenn Crowell Jenn Crowell fell in love with Iceland long before she ever went there. Scott Stevens was drawn to the land of glaciers and volcanos after about "25 Baltimore summers too many," the Parkville native says with a laugh.
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By Linda Linley and Linda Linley,SUN STAFF | December 12, 2002
Randy Scott Stevens, a dean and teacher at a Massachusetts boarding and day school, has been named the head of St. Timothy's School in Stevenson, effective July 1. One of 40 candidates interviewed for the job, Stevens, 38, has been at the Northfield Mount Hermon School in Northfield, Mass. -- the largest boarding school in the country, with 910 students living on campus -- since 1997. He is the dean of student life and a member of the senior management team at the coeducational school.
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By Linda Linley and Linda Linley,SUN STAFF | December 12, 2002
Randy Scott Stevens, a dean and teacher at a Massachusetts boarding and day school, has been named the head of St. Timothy's School in Stevenson, effective July 1. One of 40 candidates interviewed for the job, Stevens, 38, has been at the Northfield Mount Hermon School in Northfield, Mass. -- the largest boarding school in the country, with 910 students living on campus -- since 1997. He is the dean of student life and a member of the senior management team at the coeducational school.
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By Joanne E. Morvay and By Joanne E. Morvay,Special to the Sun | April 22, 2001
Pale gray clouds swallowed the broad shock of flat, verdant moss that caressed the treeless terrain. Light rain misted a shaggy sheep perched on black rock. The occasional car passed by, dwarfed into a toy of the elements on its path along the Reykjanes Peninsula, while a farmhouse stood alone in the starkness like a small white miracle. -- From "Letting the Body Lead" by Jenn Crowell Jenn Crowell fell in love with Iceland long before she ever went there. Scott Stevens was drawn to the land of glaciers and volcanos after about "25 Baltimore summers too many," the Parkville native says with a laugh.
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September 25, 1991
Scott Stevens agrees to join DevilsDefenseman Scott Stevens agreed yesterday to join the Devils, ending a weeklong holdout after he was awarded to New Jersey by an arbitrator.Stevens, 27, signed with the St. Louis Blues as a free agent last year. When the Blues signed Devils free agent Brendan Shanahan this year, an arbitrator ruled that Stevens would be the compensation.* The Pittsburgh Penguins will keep left wing Kevin Stevens by matching the Boston Bruins' five-year, $5.375 million offer sheet, a Pittsburgh TV station said.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,SUN STAFF | March 21, 1996
LANDOVER - The NHL trading deadline had just passed when Capitals David Poile recalled the parable about the tortoise and the hare the story that teaches slow and steady wins the race."
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By Pat Malin and Pat Malin,Contributing Writer | January 1, 1993
UTICA, N.Y. -- The Utica Devils ended the Baltimore Skipjacks' year on a sour note with a 5-3 victory at the Utica Memorial Auditorium last night.Utica's Doug Brown broke a 3-3 tie at 13:42 and Troy Mallette got an empty-netter at 19:59.Utica is unbeaten in four games (2-0-2), although it's still stuck in fifth place in the Southern Division, two points behind Baltimore.Baltimore has lost three of its past four games, including 7-4 to Utica last Sunday.Steve Konowalchuk had a goal and an assist and John Slaney two assists for Baltimore.
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By Phil Jackman | September 4, 1991
Remember the weeping and gnashing of teeth surrounding the public sale of tickets to the last baseball game at Memorial Stadium (sniff-sniff)? Not only was that whole situation handled in inexcusable fashion, now we see notices in the for-sale section and elsewhere in the newspapers advertising available tickets."
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January 11, 1996
Devils: Captain Scott Stevens played in his 1,000th career game Tuesday.
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July 10, 1994
BaseballDetroit Tigers -- Signed P Cade Gaspar and assigned him to Single-A Lakeland.Milwaukee Brewers -- Signed 3B Antone Williamson and assigned him to Rookie-League Helena.New York Mets -- Signed P Sean Johnston.Toronto Blue Jays -- Optioned OF Shawn Green to Triple-A Syracuse. Announced they will activate P Danny Cox from the DL today.FootballArizona Cardinals -- Announced the retirement of LB Steve Hyche.Miami Dolphins -- Named Bill Zimpfer radio play-by-play announcer.Minnesota Vikings -- Signed TE Brent Novoselsky, WR Odessa Turner and K Cary Blanchard.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,SUN STAFF | March 21, 1996
LANDOVER - The NHL trading deadline had just passed when Capitals David Poile recalled the parable about the tortoise and the hare the story that teaches slow and steady wins the race."
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By Pat Malin and Pat Malin,Contributing Writer | January 1, 1993
UTICA, N.Y. -- The Utica Devils ended the Baltimore Skipjacks' year on a sour note with a 5-3 victory at the Utica Memorial Auditorium last night.Utica's Doug Brown broke a 3-3 tie at 13:42 and Troy Mallette got an empty-netter at 19:59.Utica is unbeaten in four games (2-0-2), although it's still stuck in fifth place in the Southern Division, two points behind Baltimore.Baltimore has lost three of its past four games, including 7-4 to Utica last Sunday.Steve Konowalchuk had a goal and an assist and John Slaney two assists for Baltimore.
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September 25, 1991
Scott Stevens agrees to join DevilsDefenseman Scott Stevens agreed yesterday to join the Devils, ending a weeklong holdout after he was awarded to New Jersey by an arbitrator.Stevens, 27, signed with the St. Louis Blues as a free agent last year. When the Blues signed Devils free agent Brendan Shanahan this year, an arbitrator ruled that Stevens would be the compensation.* The Pittsburgh Penguins will keep left wing Kevin Stevens by matching the Boston Bruins' five-year, $5.375 million offer sheet, a Pittsburgh TV station said.
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By Phil Jackman | September 4, 1991
Remember the weeping and gnashing of teeth surrounding the public sale of tickets to the last baseball game at Memorial Stadium (sniff-sniff)? Not only was that whole situation handled in inexcusable fashion, now we see notices in the for-sale section and elsewhere in the newspapers advertising available tickets."
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By Nestor Aparicio | December 20, 1990
VS. ST. LOUIS BLUES* WHEN: Tonight, 8:35.* WHERE: St. Louis Arena.* TV/RADIO: HTS, WMAL-AM 630.* OUTLOOK: The Caps (18-18) fell to .500 after last night's 3-2 loss in Chicago. Tonight is the finale in a trip of three games in four days. The Caps also lost in Manhattan Monday. The team remains without Neil Sheehy, Alan May, Peter Zezel, Michal Pivonka and Jim Hrivnak. Tonight is the first game Scott Stevens and Geoff Courtnall have played against the Caps since leaving during the offseason.
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