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February 10, 1995
A man posing as a county police officer tried to solicit money from a Linthicum businessman Wednesday afternoon for a bogus law enforcement magazine, authorities said.Todd A. Williams, 33, the manager of Maryland Video Systems in the 800 block of Barkwood Court, told police a man who identified himself as Steve Thomas called about 4 p.m., claiming he was a representative of the county police department selling advertising in a new magazine called The Law Officer.Mr. Williams said the man quoted rates and asked him to send a check by Federal Express.
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By Michael Russo and Michael Russo,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 4, 2003
ANAHEIM, Calif. - Steve Thomas had scored four goals in 69 games with Chicago and at one point went without a goal for 50 games. So when Anaheim acquired him at the trade deadline, many wondered what the Mighty Ducks were doing. Now, 26 1/2 months later, Thomas, after a brilliant end to the regular season in which he scored 10 goals in 12 games, continues to hoist the young Ducks onto his shoulders. "What did I see?" said Bryan Murray, Anaheim's general manager. "I saw a guy whose face after games looks like he's been through a war. He's beat up, bruised, battered and he wants to play again.
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SPORTS
By From Staff Reports | May 21, 1994
PHILADELPHIA -- Steve Wink, Steve Thomas and Justin Ceccareli each scored a goal, helping the Philadelphia Freedom to a 3-0 victory over the Baltimore Bays in a U.S. Interregionall Soccer League game last night.The Bays (1-4), playing their for the first time since May 7, had 10 shots on goal. Philadelphia (2-4) had 14 opportunities.At the 25-minute mark of the first half, Wink converted a pass from Paul Moylan into a score.
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By Michael Russo and Michael Russo,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 3, 2003
ANAHEIM, Calif. - Steve Thomas, who holds the NHL record with 13 regular-season overtime goals, picked the perfect time to break out of his slump. Thomas' goal 39 seconds into overtime last night ended a seven-game pointless streak as the veteran pulled the Anaheim Mighty Ducks even in the Stanley Cup Finals with a 1-0 victory over the New Jersey Devils in Game 4. This is the first time that the home club has won each of the first four games of the...
SPORTS
May 20, 1994
Opponent: Philadelphia FreedomSite: Marple Newtown Stadium, Pa.Time: 8Outlook: The Bays (1-3) are hoping their two-week layoff will help them turn things around against a 2-4 Philadelphia team that lost to the Richmond Kickers, 2-1, on Saturday. Baltimore lost to the Kickers in its last outing on May 7, but Bays coach Kevin Healey says that his team continues to show progress despite its record. "We've given up some cheap goals, and we have to stop doing that and start finishing our opportunities," said Healey.
SPORTS
By Paul McMullen | April 10, 1992
Steve Thomas, an All-Metro forward at Walbrook High who is spending this school year at New Hampton (N.H.) Prep, says he will sign a basketball letter of intent with Towson State when the late-signing period begins Wednesday.Thomas, a four-year varsity player at Walbrook, was recruited by the Tigers as a senior, but did not meet the NCAA academic requirements for freshman eligibility. He has raised his Scholastic Aptitude Test score to 740 and will have four years of eligibility at Towson State.
SPORTS
By From Staff Reports | August 24, 1993
Defending champion Buddy Peoples rallied from a shaky start to shoot 37-3269 and take a one-shot lead after the first round of the seventh annual Mid-Amateur championship of the Maryland State Golf Association at Baltimore Country Club yesterday.The field of 130 was cut to the low 50 and ties, and 50 players at 78 or better will play this morning's final round, with tee times between 7:30 and 9:45 a.m.The top four players were from Crofton Country Club, as Peoples, the only one to break par of 35-35 over the East Course at Five Farms, was followed by Steve Thomas, 33-3770; Chuck Freedman, 35-3671; and Gary Moore, 35-3671.
FEATURES
By Knight-Ridder News Service | March 12, 1993
Some of the best stories from the PBS series "This Old House" never made it on the air, says the show's host, Steve Thomas.Take the time the crew set out to scare a young, timid production assistant by rigging an amputation scene with a power saw and a fake hand.The saw "cut off" a crew member's hand; it flew through the air; everyone screamed; producer Russell Morash threw sawdust on the hand; Mr. Thomas started beating it with a stick."That assistant left us at the end of the year," recalls Mr. Thomas.
SPORTS
By From Staff Reports | August 25, 1993
Steve Thomas forged a one-stroke lead with a four-foot birdie putt on the sloping ninth green, and went on to capture the seventh annual Mid-Amateur championship of the Maryland State Golf Association with a 2-over-par total of 70-72142 at Baltimore Country Club yesterday.Defending champion and first-round leader Buddy Peoples finished 69-74143, but said, "Steve played exceptionally well on a difficult golf course. Beforehand, I felt 143 would win, but itturned out not to be good enough." The round became a battle of the Crofton CC members after their closest challengers slipped back.
SPORTS
By Michael Russo and Michael Russo,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 4, 2003
ANAHEIM, Calif. - Steve Thomas had scored four goals in 69 games with Chicago and at one point went without a goal for 50 games. So when Anaheim acquired him at the trade deadline, many wondered what the Mighty Ducks were doing. Now, 26 1/2 months later, Thomas, after a brilliant end to the regular season in which he scored 10 goals in 12 games, continues to hoist the young Ducks onto his shoulders. "What did I see?" said Bryan Murray, Anaheim's general manager. "I saw a guy whose face after games looks like he's been through a war. He's beat up, bruised, battered and he wants to play again.
NEWS
February 10, 1995
A man posing as a county police officer tried to solicit money from a Linthicum businessman Wednesday afternoon for a bogus law enforcement magazine, authorities said.Todd A. Williams, 33, the manager of Maryland Video Systems in the 800 block of Barkwood Court, told police a man who identified himself as Steve Thomas called about 4 p.m., claiming he was a representative of the county police department selling advertising in a new magazine called The Law Officer.Mr. Williams said the man quoted rates and asked him to send a check by Federal Express.
SPORTS
By From Staff Reports | May 21, 1994
PHILADELPHIA -- Steve Wink, Steve Thomas and Justin Ceccareli each scored a goal, helping the Philadelphia Freedom to a 3-0 victory over the Baltimore Bays in a U.S. Interregionall Soccer League game last night.The Bays (1-4), playing their for the first time since May 7, had 10 shots on goal. Philadelphia (2-4) had 14 opportunities.At the 25-minute mark of the first half, Wink converted a pass from Paul Moylan into a score.
SPORTS
May 20, 1994
Opponent: Philadelphia FreedomSite: Marple Newtown Stadium, Pa.Time: 8Outlook: The Bays (1-3) are hoping their two-week layoff will help them turn things around against a 2-4 Philadelphia team that lost to the Richmond Kickers, 2-1, on Saturday. Baltimore lost to the Kickers in its last outing on May 7, but Bays coach Kevin Healey says that his team continues to show progress despite its record. "We've given up some cheap goals, and we have to stop doing that and start finishing our opportunities," said Healey.
SPORTS
By From Staff Reports | August 25, 1993
Steve Thomas forged a one-stroke lead with a four-foot birdie putt on the sloping ninth green, and went on to capture the seventh annual Mid-Amateur championship of the Maryland State Golf Association with a 2-over-par total of 70-72142 at Baltimore Country Club yesterday.Defending champion and first-round leader Buddy Peoples finished 69-74143, but said, "Steve played exceptionally well on a difficult golf course. Beforehand, I felt 143 would win, but itturned out not to be good enough." The round became a battle of the Crofton CC members after their closest challengers slipped back.
SPORTS
By From Staff Reports | August 24, 1993
Defending champion Buddy Peoples rallied from a shaky start to shoot 37-3269 and take a one-shot lead after the first round of the seventh annual Mid-Amateur championship of the Maryland State Golf Association at Baltimore Country Club yesterday.The field of 130 was cut to the low 50 and ties, and 50 players at 78 or better will play this morning's final round, with tee times between 7:30 and 9:45 a.m.The top four players were from Crofton Country Club, as Peoples, the only one to break par of 35-35 over the East Course at Five Farms, was followed by Steve Thomas, 33-3770; Chuck Freedman, 35-3671; and Gary Moore, 35-3671.
FEATURES
By Knight-Ridder News Service | March 12, 1993
Some of the best stories from the PBS series "This Old House" never made it on the air, says the show's host, Steve Thomas.Take the time the crew set out to scare a young, timid production assistant by rigging an amputation scene with a power saw and a fake hand.The saw "cut off" a crew member's hand; it flew through the air; everyone screamed; producer Russell Morash threw sawdust on the hand; Mr. Thomas started beating it with a stick."That assistant left us at the end of the year," recalls Mr. Thomas.
SPORTS
By Michael Russo and Michael Russo,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 3, 2003
ANAHEIM, Calif. - Steve Thomas, who holds the NHL record with 13 regular-season overtime goals, picked the perfect time to break out of his slump. Thomas' goal 39 seconds into overtime last night ended a seven-game pointless streak as the veteran pulled the Anaheim Mighty Ducks even in the Stanley Cup Finals with a 1-0 victory over the New Jersey Devils in Game 4. This is the first time that the home club has won each of the first four games of the...
SPORTS
By Paul McMullen | April 10, 1992
Steve Thomas, an All-Metro forward at Walbrook High who is spending this school year at New Hampton (N.H.) Prep, says he will sign a basketball letter of intent with Towson State when the late-signing period begins Wednesday.Thomas, a four-year varsity player at Walbrook, was recruited by the Tigers as a senior, but did not meet the NCAA academic requirements for freshman eligibility. He has raised his Scholastic Aptitude Test score to 740 and will have four years of eligibility at Towson State.
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