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December 10, 1993
William Smouse, who has served as acting county supervisor of the state Department of Assessments and Taxation since July, permanently assumed the post this week.Mr. Smouse, a 50-year-old Millersville resident, has been with the state assessor's office for 23 years and was assistant to Kenneth Tschantre, the previous county supervisor, for the past seven years.He supervised a team of assessors, for seven years and then headed the county's commercial staff for three years before moving to the assistant supervisor's slot.
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By Dan Connolly, The Baltimore Sun | July 1, 2010
In their search for a new manager, the Orioles brought in two candidates Thursday, one who was previously in Cleveland and one who has been around here for a long time. Eric Wedge, the 2007 American League Manager of the Year with the Cleveland Indians, was interviewed in the morning, and Rick Dempsey, the Mid-Atlantic Sports Network broadcaster who coached and played for the Orioles, interviewed in the afternoon. "We had two interviews," said Orioles president of baseball operations Andy MacPhail, who wouldn't reveal specifics.
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By Buster Olney and Buster Olney,Sun Staff Writer | May 9, 1995
The Orioles are getting ever closer to signing pitcher Mike Mussina to a long-term contract. Mussina's agent, Arn Tellem, made a second counter-offer on a possible three-year contract yesterday and continued to narrow the gap between the two sides."
NEWS
November 23, 2005
DOROTHY FRANCES CAVANAUGH SMOUSE, 87, of Chester, MD on Wednesday, November 16, 2005 at her home. Beloved mother of William Francis Smouse of Millersville, MD, John Thomas Smouse of Glen Burnie, MD, Sheldon Clay Smouse of Severn, MD, Patricia Lynne Mc Nomee of Stevensville, MD, Rebecca Anne Barbee of Grasonville, MD and Wilhelmina Frances Sewell of Stevensville, MD; grandmother of 20; great-grandmother of nine Funeral services were held at 2 P.M. on...
BUSINESS
By Brian Sullam | October 3, 1991
In an article in yesterday's editions about Arnold Weiner settling a debt to Maryland National Bank, one of his former partners was incorrectly identified. His name is H. Russell Smouse.The Sun regrets the error.The 1989 breakup of the law firm of Melnicove, Kaufman, Weiner and Smouse has come back to haunt Arnold Weiner, one of Baltimore's best-known lawyers.But he said a settlement that was reached yesterday should put the firm's "ghost" to rest.Mr. Weiner was one of the four former partners of Melnicove, Kaufman, Weiner and Smouse who had personally guaranteed loans made to the firm.
NEWS
October 4, 1993
The County Council will hold a public hearing tonight on its list of nominees for the office of Supervisor of Assessments for Anne Arundel County.The list of five names, which were submitted by County Executive Robert R. Neall and must be approved by the council, will be forwarded to the state director of assessments and taxation, who makes the final choice.The nominees include Joseph V. Glorioso, Margaret O. Ness, Katherine R. Nurmi, William F. Smouse and Paula E. Tarbutton.Former Councilwoman Carole B. Baker's name had been submitted, but was deleted after objections from Councilwoman Diane Evans.
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By Tom Keegan and Tom Keegan,Sun Staff Writer | October 2, 1994
Twenty years ago this coming Tuesday, Frank Robinson "interviewed" with the Cleveland Indians and history was made. For the first time, a black man was named manager of a major-league baseball team.Surely, such an historic move was arrived at after an exhaustive search, intense interrogation, multiple interviews.Right? Well, not quite."I met with them, they asked do you want to manage this ballclub, I said yes," Robinson said. "The whole thing was a five-, 10-minute process."The man who broke the old boy network was hired in classic old-style baseball fashion.
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By Buster Olney and Buster Olney,SUN STAFF | October 22, 1995
ATLANTA -- Former Montreal Expos general manager Kevin Malone is emerging as the front-runner to replace Roland Hemond as Orioles general manager.Orioles officials contacted Malone again in the last few days, following up on his strong interview of Oct. 9 with owner Peter Angelos and club counsel Russell Smouse.If they work out a deal, the GM-manager combination of Malone and Davey Johnson could be announced as soon as tomorrow. Major League Baseball asks teams to refrain from making major announcements during the World Series, so as not to overshadow the event.
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By Joe Strauss and Joe Strauss,SUN STAFF | July 18, 1999
Angry over a series of embarrassing incidents, Orioles majority owner Peter Angelos has authorized an investigation of right fielder Albert Belle that he hopes will enable the organization to void the remainder of Belle's five-year, $65 million contract -- or at least induce Belle to relinquish his no-trade clause, which extends through 2001.Chief operating officer Joe Foss and chief counsel Russell Smouse recently traveled to Philadelphia as part of their fact-gathering efforts surrounding a June 4 incident at Camden Yards.
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By Buster Olney and Buster Olney,SUN STAFF | November 8, 1995
The Orioles haven't rendered the verdict on their next general manager yet, but there is circumstantial evidence that former Detroit Tigers GM Joe Klein is a strong candidate.Orioles owner Peter Angelos and club counsel Russell Smouse met with Klein for more than two hours Monday night. Previously, Klein interviewed separately with Angelos and Smouse, and made a strong first impression.Klein, 53, is the second candidate among the seven who've interviewed with the Orioles to be brought back for a second round of talks.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 4, 2005
Bill & Gina Smouse, of Millersville, MD announce the marriage of their daughter Angela, to Larry Mason, of Lonaconing, MD, on July 23rd in an outside ceremony with reception in a historic renovated barn. They live in Millersville with their two sons, Jeremy Brookshire and Wesley Mason.
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By Joe Christensen and Joe Christensen,SUN STAFF | February 9, 2003
When Frank Wren left office as Orioles general manager in 1999, he was openly critical of Peter Angelos and his sons, saying they interfered with the baseball decisions - hindering, not helping, the product on the field. More than three years later, Angelos knows that perception still remains throughout the baseball industry. Last fall, when the Orioles were conducting their latest general manager search, some of the candidates expressed those concerns. Upon closer inspection, the Orioles run much differently these days than the average fan, and perhaps even the average baseball executive, seems to understand.
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By Joe Strauss and Joe Strauss,SUN STAFF | July 18, 1999
Angry over a series of embarrassing incidents, Orioles majority owner Peter Angelos has authorized an investigation of right fielder Albert Belle that he hopes will enable the organization to void the remainder of Belle's five-year, $65 million contract -- or at least induce Belle to relinquish his no-trade clause, which extends through 2001.Chief operating officer Joe Foss and chief counsel Russell Smouse recently traveled to Philadelphia as part of their fact-gathering efforts surrounding a June 4 incident at Camden Yards.
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By Buster Olney and Buster Olney,SUN STAFF | November 8, 1995
The Orioles haven't rendered the verdict on their next general manager yet, but there is circumstantial evidence that former Detroit Tigers GM Joe Klein is a strong candidate.Orioles owner Peter Angelos and club counsel Russell Smouse met with Klein for more than two hours Monday night. Previously, Klein interviewed separately with Angelos and Smouse, and made a strong first impression.Klein, 53, is the second candidate among the seven who've interviewed with the Orioles to be brought back for a second round of talks.
SPORTS
By Buster Olney and Buster Olney,SUN STAFF | October 22, 1995
ATLANTA -- Former Montreal Expos general manager Kevin Malone is emerging as the front-runner to replace Roland Hemond as Orioles general manager.Orioles officials contacted Malone again in the last few days, following up on his strong interview of Oct. 9 with owner Peter Angelos and club counsel Russell Smouse.If they work out a deal, the GM-manager combination of Malone and Davey Johnson could be announced as soon as tomorrow. Major League Baseball asks teams to refrain from making major announcements during the World Series, so as not to overshadow the event.
SPORTS
By Buster Olney and Buster Olney,Sun Staff Writer | May 9, 1995
The Orioles are getting ever closer to signing pitcher Mike Mussina to a long-term contract. Mussina's agent, Arn Tellem, made a second counter-offer on a possible three-year contract yesterday and continued to narrow the gap between the two sides."
SPORTS
By Dan Connolly, The Baltimore Sun | July 1, 2010
In their search for a new manager, the Orioles brought in two candidates Thursday, one who was previously in Cleveland and one who has been around here for a long time. Eric Wedge, the 2007 American League Manager of the Year with the Cleveland Indians, was interviewed in the morning, and Rick Dempsey, the Mid-Atlantic Sports Network broadcaster who coached and played for the Orioles, interviewed in the afternoon. "We had two interviews," said Orioles president of baseball operations Andy MacPhail, who wouldn't reveal specifics.
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By Tom Keegan and Tom Keegan,Sun Staff Writer | October 6, 1994
Davey Johnson, seated at a table yesterday, surrounded by reporters and looking very much at ease and in control, mentioned he planned to play golf today with Jim Palmer.Is Johnson a scratch golfer, someone wondered."Are we bettin' or braggin'?" Johnson answered. "It's a new city. I'm a 6."Sure he is.When Johnson mentioned Palmer, it was hard not to think back to the Hall of Fame pitcher's comments the night of Johnny Oates' firing."Peter Angelos frightened Johnny Oates to death," Palmer said.
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By Tom Keegan and Tom Keegan,Sun Staff Writer | October 6, 1994
Davey Johnson, seated at a table yesterday, surrounded by reporters and looking very much at ease and in control, mentioned he planned to play golf today with Jim Palmer.Is Johnson a scratch golfer, someone wondered."Are we bettin' or braggin'?" Johnson answered. "It's a new city. I'm a 6."Sure he is.When Johnson mentioned Palmer, it was hard not to think back to the Hall of Fame pitcher's comments the night of Johnny Oates' firing."Peter Angelos frightened Johnny Oates to death," Palmer said.
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By Tom Keegan and Tom Keegan,Sun Staff Writer | October 2, 1994
Twenty years ago this coming Tuesday, Frank Robinson "interviewed" with the Cleveland Indians and history was made. For the first time, a black man was named manager of a major-league baseball team.Surely, such an historic move was arrived at after an exhaustive search, intense interrogation, multiple interviews.Right? Well, not quite."I met with them, they asked do you want to manage this ballclub, I said yes," Robinson said. "The whole thing was a five-, 10-minute process."The man who broke the old boy network was hired in classic old-style baseball fashion.
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