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October 28, 2003
Rod Roddy, 66, the flamboyantly dressed announcer on The Price is Right whose booming, jovial voice invited lucky audience members to "Come on down!" for nearly 20 years, died yesterday in a Los Angeles hospital. He had been suffering from colon and breast cancer. He had been ill for more than two years but tried to work as long as he could, said Bob Barker, host of the popular game show. Mr. Roddy's announcing stints included Love Connection (1981-1985) and Press Your Luck (1983-1986)
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By Stephanie Citron, For The Baltimore Sun | May 2, 2013
Few Americans are on the road more than the manager of a major league baseball team. But Buck Showalter, the Orioles' famously persevering manager, rarely stays put even in the offseason, when he's canvassing the country for new talent. After all, being stagnant would never have earned him two American League Manager of the Year awards or helped him turn around the Orioles' 14-year stretch of losing seasons. His most recent motivator? "When we [the Orioles] were leaking a little oil in mid-season (2012)
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By Dan Connolly, The Baltimore Sun | July 4, 2011
Just about a year ago, when the Orioles were in town to play the Texas Rangers in the series prior to the All-Star Break, Buck Showalter was contemplating whether he should return to the game as Orioles manager. He even had a clandestine meeting near Dallas with Andy MacPhail , the club's president of baseball operations, while the Orioles were in the midst of sweeping the Rangers in a four-game series. When the Orioles played at the Rangers Ballpark in Arlington on Monday night for the first time since that fateful meeting, Showalter was in the visiting dugout.
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By Dan Connolly, The Baltimore Sun | July 4, 2011
Just about a year ago, when the Orioles were in town to play the Texas Rangers in the series prior to the All-Star Break, Buck Showalter was contemplating whether he should return to the game as Orioles manager. He even had a clandestine meeting near Dallas with Andy MacPhail , the club's president of baseball operations, while the Orioles were in the midst of sweeping the Rangers in a four-game series. When the Orioles played at the Rangers Ballpark in Arlington on Monday night for the first time since that fateful meeting, Showalter was in the visiting dugout.
SPORTS
June 21, 1991
Shriver beaten, 6-0, 6-1, in EastbourneArantxa Sanchez Vicario, 19, the French Open champion in 1989 and runner-up this year, crushed Pam Shriver of Lutherville, 6-0, 6-1, on the Eastbourne, England, grass yesterday to reach the semifinals."
TRAVEL
By Stephanie Citron, For The Baltimore Sun | May 2, 2013
Few Americans are on the road more than the manager of a major league baseball team. But Buck Showalter, the Orioles' famously persevering manager, rarely stays put even in the offseason, when he's canvassing the country for new talent. After all, being stagnant would never have earned him two American League Manager of the Year awards or helped him turn around the Orioles' 14-year stretch of losing seasons. His most recent motivator? "When we [the Orioles] were leaking a little oil in mid-season (2012)
SPORTS
By Sam Davis | December 23, 1990
Former Dunbar football standout David Lewis signed a national letter of intent yesterday with Texas Christian University.Lewis, a 5-foot-9, 175-pound wide receiver, has spent the past two years at Ellsworth Community College in Iowa Falls, Iowa. Lewis started the past two years for Ellsworth's nationally ranked teams.This past season, Lewis had 26 receptions and returned four punts for touchdowns. Ellsworth went 7-1-1 and finished No. 7 in the country.While at Dunbar, Lewis ranked among the Baltimore area's top five receivers in 1986-88.
NEWS
July 26, 2004
CHAROLETTE A. HUDSON, a former resident of Baltimore, MD, died Saturday, July 24, 2004 in Summerville, SC. Born April 28, 1908 in Longview, Texas, she was the daughter of the late Samuel M. and Maggie Anderson (nee Morrison). She was a 1931 graduate of Texas Christian University. Mrs. Hudson was a longtime member of University Baptist Church in Baltimore and was an avid gardener. Her husband, Louis P. Hudson, preceded her in death. She is survived by two sons and daughters-in-law Elliott A. and Elizabeth Hudson, Landson, SC and Randy A. and Jan Hudson, Baltimore, MD; four grandchildren, Mary Alice Leschied, Siberia, Elliott A. Hudson, Jr., Atlanta, GA., Timothy P. Hudson, Summerville, Mary Elizabeth Hudson, Baltimore, MD; and great-grandchild, Wilson Elizabeth Hudson, Mt. Pleasant, SC. In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to University Baptist Church, 3501 North Charles St., Baltimore, MD 21218.
NEWS
December 13, 1991
Old Mill High School sophomore Michelle Salmon recently made the under-16 girls soccer National Team Pool during tryouts at Texas Christian University in Fort Worth.Salmon, named the Anne Arundel CountySun's girls soccer player of the year for the 1991 season, became one of eight girls from the Eastern region chosen to make the 32-playerpool. The 15-year-old Millersville resident, the only player selected from Maryland, notched a goal for the East in a 3-2 loss to the South team. Her team would go on to finish the round robin at 0-3."
BUSINESS
August 19, 2003
New Positions MIA names Loughran associate commissioner The Maryland Insurance Administration appointed Kathleen G. Loughran as associate commissioner of policy and government affairs. She has responsibility for evaluating insurance regulation and insurance market development issues, developing legislative positions and representing the commission before the General Assembly. Formerly with Prudential Healthcare of the Mid-Atlantic, the Towson resident is a graduate of St. Mary's College.
NEWS
October 28, 2003
Rod Roddy, 66, the flamboyantly dressed announcer on The Price is Right whose booming, jovial voice invited lucky audience members to "Come on down!" for nearly 20 years, died yesterday in a Los Angeles hospital. He had been suffering from colon and breast cancer. He had been ill for more than two years but tried to work as long as he could, said Bob Barker, host of the popular game show. Mr. Roddy's announcing stints included Love Connection (1981-1985) and Press Your Luck (1983-1986)
SPORTS
June 21, 1991
Shriver beaten, 6-0, 6-1, in EastbourneArantxa Sanchez Vicario, 19, the French Open champion in 1989 and runner-up this year, crushed Pam Shriver of Lutherville, 6-0, 6-1, on the Eastbourne, England, grass yesterday to reach the semifinals."
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By Phil Greenfield and Phil Greenfield,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | October 31, 1997
"This can only be the devil or Bach himself," announced one of J. S. Bach's fellow organists listening in amazement as the great composer and keyboard artist put the king of instruments through its paces one day.It won't be Bach or the devil at the keyboards at the Naval Academy Chapel tonight, but Monte Maxwell pulling out all stops for his rendition of Bach's powerful toccata and fugue in D-minor.Maxwell, organist at the Academy since February, will also perform a transcription of Samuel Barber's "Adagio for Strings," selections from film scores and "Phantom of the Opera" and other Broadway shows.
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