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July 24, 2003
On July 15, 2003, STANFORD SAMUEL beloved husband of Lorna Haughton. Friends may call the family owned MARCH FUNERAL HOME WEST INC., 4300 Wabash Avenue on Friday after 8:30 A. M where family will receive friends on Saturday at 11:30 A. M followed by funeral service at 12 noon. See www.marchfh.com
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Sports Digest | April 4, 2014
College swimming and diving Towson High alumna Felicia Lee wins 2014 Honda Sports Award Stanford senior Felicia Lee was named the Honda Sports Award winner for swimming and diving, presented annually to the top female athlete in the sport. With the honor, Lee, a Towson High alumna, becomes a finalist for the Collegiate Woman Athlete of the Year and the 2014 Honda Cup. Lee earned seven All-America honors at the NCAA championships while capturing five titles. She finished first in the 100-meter butterfly and in the 200- and 400-meter freestyle relays and the 200- and 400-meter medley relays.
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By Sports Digest | March 29, 2010
Junior attacker Jess Dunn (Fallston) scored a game-high four goals, including the game-winner with 7:35 left in regulation, as No. 9 Towson (6-1) recovered from a four-goal second-half deficit to earn a 10-9 victory over visiting No. 12 Stanford (5-4). Sophomore Tigers goalie Mary Teeters (Centennial) tied a career high with 14 saves, including eight in the second half. More state games: Junior defender Lucy Pompa (Bryn Mawr) scored a career-high five goals to lead host Mount St. Mary's (4-5, 2-1 Northeast Conference)
NEWS
October 26, 2013
Contrary to commentator Samir Ibrahim's assertions about white roofs, a number of studies have found that Baltimore homeowners would see net energy cost savings as a result of installing a cool roof ( "White roofs aren't so cool," Oct. 23). The cool roof market in the northern U.S. is more than 20 years old and continues to experience annual growth. There are billions of square feet of cool roofs installed in northern climates. Target uses white roofs on all of its stores and reports net energy savings and none of the problems Mr. Ibrahim mentions.
NEWS
May 30, 2004
On May 27, 2004 DAISY V. STANFORD. Friends may call at the FAMILY OWNED MARCH FUNERAL HOME WEST INC., 4300 Wabash Avenue on Monday after 8:30 A.M. Family will receive friends Tuesday 10 A.M. at New Psalmist Baptist Church, 4501 1/2 Old Frederick Ave., followed by funeral service at 10:30 A.M.
SPORTS
By Connor Letourneau and Matt Bracken and The Baltimore Sun | July 18, 2012
Two days after denying a report in the San Francisco Chronicle that said he was set to become Stanford's athletic director , Maryland AD Kevin Anderson spoke to The Baltimore Sun about a hectic Monday in which he spent a lot of time dealing with repercussions of an "irresponsible" story. Anderson, who was Stanford's director of annual giving for athletics from 1993-95, reiterated Wednesday that the report in the Chronicle was erroneous and that he hasn't "talked to anybody at Stanford, period.
SPORTS
By Special to The Sun | November 23, 1991
PALO ALTO, Calif. -- Adam Keefe scored a game-high 29 points, 23 in the first half, to lead Stanford University (1-0) to a 98-56 victory over Loyola College (0-1) last night in the first round of the Apple Invitational at the Maples Pavilion.Keefe, an All-American during the 1990-91 season, was the driving force behind Stanford's 48-26 halftime lead. Among his 23 first-half points was a perfect seven-for-seven shooting performance from the free throw line.
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By DAVID FOLKENFLIK and DAVID FOLKENFLIK,The Chronicle for Higher Education, Dec. 8, 1993, based on statistics from the National Science Foundation, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, and the Office of Naval Research | November 20, 1994
It started with wine and flowers, silk sheets and fine silverware, and led to a yacht and an elaborate wedding $H ceremony at a campus mansion.An elegant courtship? No, your tax dollars at work.Or so government auditors argued in 1991 when they cited the luxury items as part of a research funding scandal at Stanford University that ultimately caused the downfall of its president.Last month, Stanford quietly repaid $1.2 million -- a far cry from the $200 million investigators claimed the university overbilled the government for incidental costs.
SPORTS
By Katherine Dunn, The Baltimore Sun | July 1, 2010
When Lyndsey Munoz got the call to play for the North team in the Under Armour All-America Lacrosse Classic, it took a minute to sink in. North? Isn't her school, St. Mary's in Annapolis, pretty far south? "I was like, 'Cool,' when he told me I made the team. It didn't even register with me that everybody else was on the South team," Munoz said. Every other player from Maryland is on the South side for Saturday's fifth annual Classic at 5:30 p.m. at Towson University's Johnny Unitas Stadium, but a glut of goalies shifted Munoz north.
NEWS
By Peninsula Times Tribune | January 1, 1992
PALO ALTO, Calif. -- Stanford University leaders are stepping up efforts to turn the tables on whistle-blower Paul Biddle and a lawsuit he has filed.Mr. Biddle, the Navy representative on campus responsible for all federal research contracts with Stanford, has provoked the university's ire by publicizing his accusations that Stanford has billed the government for such things as flowers, refurbishing a grand piano and maintenance on a 72-foot yacht as part of indirect costs associated with government-sponsored research.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Tim Smith, The Baltimore Sun | May 9, 2013
The Walters Art Museum, a trail-blazer in digitizing its collection and making it available online, has reached an agreement with Stanford University Libraries to give more than 100,000 high-res images of medieval manuscripts what is being called "a second home" in the Stanford Digital Repository. There, the images will receive "long-term protection against file loss or corruption," according to a statement released Thursday by Stanford. Also provided in the arrangement will be "digital handling tools that allow scholars to analyze the manuscripts and compare them with manuscripts elsewhere.
SPORTS
From Sun news services | March 31, 2013
Jasmine James scored 16 points and fourth-seeded Georgia rallied from a nine-point second-half deficit to defeat top-seeded Stanford, 61-59, in an NCAA tournament regional semifinal in Spokane, Wash., on Saturday night. Jasmine Hassell and Tiaria Griffin contributed 13 points apiece, Shacobia Barbee grabbed 12 rebounds and Anne Marie Armstrong finished with 10 boards for the Bulldogs (28-6), who will play second-seeded California or sixth-seeded LSU in the Elite Eight on Monday. Chiney Ogwumike had 26 points and 12 rebounds to lead the Cardinal (33-3)
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Sports on TV | January 1, 2013
TUESDAY'S TELEVISION HIGHLIGHTS M. bask. Army@Texas A&M (T) FCS1 N.C. Central@Utah Valley (T) FCS5 Connecticut@Marquette ESPNU8 NBA Dallas@Washington CSN6 C. foot. Liberty Bowl, Iowa State vs. Tulsa (T) ESPNU6 a.m. Whiparound Coverage ESPNU11 a.m. Gator Bowl, Miss. St. vs. Northwestern ESPN2Noon Heart of Dallas Bowl, Okla. St. vs. Pur. ESPNUNoon Capital One Bowl, Ga. vs. Nebraska 2, 71 Outback Bowl, Mich.
SPORTS
November 28, 2012
Stanford, Nebraska Matt Murschel Orlando Sentinel Stanford will take on UCLA on Friday for the Pac-12 championship and a spot in the Rose Bowl. Stanford beat the Bruins 35-17 in the regular-season finale. Stanford has the top defense in the league and will once again shut down UCLA's high-powered offensive attack to wrap up a spot in the BCS. Nebraska is only in its second season in the Big Ten, but the Huskers have made their way to the conference championship game.
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Sports Digest | August 27, 2012
College soccer No. 9 Maryland blanks Louisville in opener Schillo Tshuma , Dan Metzger and John Stertzer scored, and the No. 9 Maryland men's soccer team avenged last year's NCAA tournament loss with a 3-0 opening-game victory over visiting No. 7 Louisville on Sunday. Sunny Jane paced the Terps with a pair of assists. On a pitch drenched by heavy rain leading up to the game, Maryland opened the scoring in the ninth minute when Tshuma slotted the ball home from close range after a feed from Jane; the goal was the heralded freshman's first as a Terp.
SPORTS
July 20, 2012
Baltimore Sun reporters Jeff Barker and Don Markus and intern Connor Letourneau -- co-sports editor of The Diamondback -- weigh in on the three biggest topics of the past week in Maryland sports. How did the Kevin Anderson-to-Stanford story get started, and has it really been put to rest? Jeff Barker: I don't know quite how it began. Was somebody trying to get Anderson in the mix for the Stanford athletic director position by floating his name like a trial balloon?
NEWS
By San Francisco Chronicle | July 23, 1991
PALO ALTO, Calif. -- Stanford University vowed yesterday never to be embarrassed again by revelations of overcharging the government for research and unveiled a 35-point program to reform its accounting practices.The university promised tighter controls over what it charges the government for costs of doing research, stepped-up training of researchers and university employees to spot "unallowable" bills and guarantees to protect campus whistle-blowers who suspect wrongdoing in government contracts.
SPORTS
By Edward Lee | April 8, 2004
Lauren Centrowitz will continue to wear red even after she completes her high school career at Broadneck. The senior, who wears burgundy for the Bruins' cross country and track and field programs, will move up to a slightly brighter shade of red at Stanford next fall. Centrowitz, The Sun's two-time All-Metro Runner of the Year in cross country, said she chose Stanford over North Carolina, Notre Dame and Villanova for its balance. "What I was looking for was a great program to continue my running career," said Centrowitz, who plans to major in journalism.
HEALTH
By Childs Walker, The Baltimore Sun | July 19, 2012
The No. 2 academic official at Johns Hopkins University is leaving to become dean of Stanford University's School of Medicine. Lloyd B. Minor, who has served as Hopkins provost for three years, will leave the university at the end of August. Minor said he's excited by the "unique opportunity to advance state-of-the-art medical research that crosses and combines traditional medical disciplines and academic boundaries in unprecedented new ways. " Stanford's medical school is generally ranked among the top five in the country, though usually behind Hopkins' School of Medicine, where Minor chaired the department of otolaryngology — head and neck surgery — before becoming provost.
SPORTS
By Connor Letourneau and Matt Bracken and The Baltimore Sun | July 18, 2012
Two days after denying a report in the San Francisco Chronicle that said he was set to become Stanford's athletic director , Maryland AD Kevin Anderson spoke to The Baltimore Sun about a hectic Monday in which he spent a lot of time dealing with repercussions of an "irresponsible" story. Anderson, who was Stanford's director of annual giving for athletics from 1993-95, reiterated Wednesday that the report in the Chronicle was erroneous and that he hasn't "talked to anybody at Stanford, period.
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