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January 24, 2005
On January 23, 2005, DARLENE SMITH (nee Henson); beloved wife of Clarence Ray Smith; devoted mother of Louise Martin and Joyce Tester; loving grandmother of Tammy Martin, Bruce Martin, Jr., Tony Martin, Justin Tester and Amanda Tester. Also survived by three great-grandchildren and four sisters. A Funeral Service will be held at the family owned Duda-Ruck Funeral of Dundalk, Inc., 7922 Wise Ave. on Wednesday, at 9 AM. Interment Crest Lawn Cemetery. Friends may call on Monday and Tuesday, from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 PM.
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By Matt Bracken and The Baltimore Sun | August 8, 2014
Growing up in suburban Toronto, Kimbal Mackenzie used to dream about “playing basketball in the states for college.” The 6-foot-1, 185-pound combo guard thought the best way to make that happen was to leave Canada for high school and enroll at a basketball powerhouse somewhere in the U.S. Two years after enrolling at John Carroll, Mackenzie's plan has come to fruition. The second-team Baltimore Sun All-Metro selection committed to Bucknell on Friday, picking the Bison over offers from Loyola, Siena and UMBC.
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October 20, 1994
Stefan Martin, 58, an artist noted for his wood engravings, drowned Oct. 7 in Assunpink Lake in Millstone Township, N.J. He lived in Roosevelt, N.J. He was in a rowboat that apparently capsized, said his brother, Tony Martin of Brooklyn, N.Y.Dakari Hru, 42, a poet and an author of children's books, died Aug. 31 at Cabrini Medical Center in Manhattan after a brief illness. His first picture book, "Joshua's Masai Mask," published in 1993, was described as "splendidly universal" in a review in the New York Times.
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | February 14, 2011
At this time last year, Jarred Jones was hurting. It wasn't the knee he tore up playing summer basketball. Or the stress fracture in his shin, which ended up needing bone marrow from his hip to fix. The surgeries and demanding rehabilitation were successfully behind him, and there was a chance he could make a late-season contribution to the John Carroll boys basketball team. But his hopes were dashed when the doctor told him not quite yet. So Jones had to stay on the bench, helping his teammates and coaches any way he could — except for the way he knew he could pitch in the most.
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By James Bock and James Bock,Sun Staff Writer | March 10, 1994
Seeking to avoid confrontation, a Jewish citizens group has moved a Saturday night protest of a controversial black professor's speech from Walbrook High School in West Baltimore to the Holocaust Memorial near the Inner Harbor.The ad hoc group, People Against Hate, had planned to rally outside Walbrook High School, where Tony Martin, a Wellesley college professor and author of "The Jewish On slaught," is scheduled to speak.But Jay Bernstein, a leader of the group, said the 8 p.m. protest had been moved to the Holocaust Memorial to avoid any clash with those attending the Martin talk, to increase turnout for the event and to stress the relation between the Holocaust and what they consider Dr. Martin's anti-Semitic message.
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By Ivan Penn and Ivan Penn,SUN STAFF | September 22, 1996
The beat could be heard for blocks yesterday -- dozens of drums thumping, being played in a circle on Baltimore's 27th Street.The drums were part of the second Baltimore International Rhythm Festival held yesterday at St. Johns United Methodist Church at 27th and St. Paul streets. The daylong festival, sponsored by the Baltimore International Rhythm & Drumming Society, was a celebration of drums and drumming.Hundreds of people gathered along East 27th Street, playing their drums or dancing to the African, Caribbean and other rhythms.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,Staff Writer | January 18, 1993
MIAMI -- By the third quarter, when it was perfectly clear who would represent the AFC in Super Bowl XXVII, Miami Dolphins quarterback Dan Marino offered what amounted to a concession speech.Buffalo Bills defensive end Phil Hansen remembered it this way:"He was on the ground, and I was lying there with him. He cursed and said, 'My receivers just don't want to get open.'"I said I thought they were trying to get open, but our secondary was not letting them."While Buffalo's defensive backs matched Dolphins receivers stride for stride, the Bills' pass rush was opening lanes to Marino.
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By Glenn Graham and Glenn Graham,glenn.graham@baltsun.com | February 9, 2009
For three quarters yesterday, the John Carroll boys basketball team executed its offense precisely and had its way on defense against visiting Loyola. The No. 13 Patriots were rewarded with a 16-point lead going into the fourth quarter that was enough to withstand a rally by the No. 10 Dons and give them a 56-50 win in Bel Air. Senior forward Wyatt Smith led four Patriots in double figures with 13 points. Senior guard Isaiah Philmore added 11 points and 14 rebounds, and sophomore guards Nick Faust and Malcolm McMillan each had 10 points.
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | January 7, 2011
The John Carroll boys basketball team has racked up plenty of wins during a busy early season schedule. But the No. 6 Patriots had yet to score that one statement victory in the area to make people take notice. That all changed Friday night. Outplaying previously undefeated and No. 1 St. Frances in every phase of the game, the Patriots had their key players step up at opportune times and played stifling defense throughout to come away with a 63-54 upset of the Panthers in Bel Air. Jarred Jones scored a game-high 24 points and the senior guard tandem of Malcolm McMillan (18 points)
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By Matt Bracken and The Baltimore Sun | August 8, 2014
Growing up in suburban Toronto, Kimbal Mackenzie used to dream about “playing basketball in the states for college.” The 6-foot-1, 185-pound combo guard thought the best way to make that happen was to leave Canada for high school and enroll at a basketball powerhouse somewhere in the U.S. Two years after enrolling at John Carroll, Mackenzie's plan has come to fruition. The second-team Baltimore Sun All-Metro selection committed to Bucknell on Friday, picking the Bison over offers from Loyola, Siena and UMBC.
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | January 7, 2011
The John Carroll boys basketball team has racked up plenty of wins during a busy early season schedule. But the No. 6 Patriots had yet to score that one statement victory in the area to make people take notice. That all changed Friday night. Outplaying previously undefeated and No. 1 St. Frances in every phase of the game, the Patriots had their key players step up at opportune times and played stifling defense throughout to come away with a 63-54 upset of the Panthers in Bel Air. Jarred Jones scored a game-high 24 points and the senior guard tandem of Malcolm McMillan (18 points)
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By Glenn Graham and Glenn Graham,glenn.graham@baltsun.com | February 9, 2009
For three quarters yesterday, the John Carroll boys basketball team executed its offense precisely and had its way on defense against visiting Loyola. The No. 13 Patriots were rewarded with a 16-point lead going into the fourth quarter that was enough to withstand a rally by the No. 10 Dons and give them a 56-50 win in Bel Air. Senior forward Wyatt Smith led four Patriots in double figures with 13 points. Senior guard Isaiah Philmore added 11 points and 14 rebounds, and sophomore guards Nick Faust and Malcolm McMillan each had 10 points.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,Sun Reporter | November 29, 2006
After taking Archbishop Spalding's boys basketball program from obscurity to national prominence in three years, coach Tony Martin envisions a similar turnaround at John Carroll. He already appears to have the parts to make it happen. In this his second season at the Harford County Catholic high school, the former Cardinal Gibbons and Mount St. Joseph assistant has brought in a 7-foot-4, 285-pound center from Sokolow Podlaski, Poland, in Jakub Kusmieruk, a fledgling 6-6 prospect from Kansas in Isaiah Philmore, and Josh Selby, perhaps the top incoming freshman from the metro area.
NEWS
January 24, 2005
On January 23, 2005, DARLENE SMITH (nee Henson); beloved wife of Clarence Ray Smith; devoted mother of Louise Martin and Joyce Tester; loving grandmother of Tammy Martin, Bruce Martin, Jr., Tony Martin, Justin Tester and Amanda Tester. Also survived by three great-grandchildren and four sisters. A Funeral Service will be held at the family owned Duda-Ruck Funeral of Dundalk, Inc., 7922 Wise Ave. on Wednesday, at 9 AM. Interment Crest Lawn Cemetery. Friends may call on Monday and Tuesday, from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 PM.
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By Pat O'Malley | December 3, 1996
Annapolis Panthers1995-96 record: 21-6.Coach: John Brady (career record: 396-74)Top players: Germaine "Boo" Diggs, 6-8, Sr.,F; Brian Barber, 6-8, Sr., F; Barry Booth, 5-11, Sr., G; Byron Booth, 5-11, Sr., G; Todd Nicolini, 5-11, Jr., G; Toronto Williams, 6-2, Sr., G; Scott Raspa, 6-1, Sr., G; Pete Howe, 6-2, Sr., F; Tony Smith, 6-7, Jr., F; Markus Green, 6-2, Jr.,F.Outlook: A pair of Division I prospects inside in Diggs, the county Player of the Year, and Towson State-bound Barber anchor seven returning seniors from last year's 4A state semifinalists.
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By Ivan Penn and Ivan Penn,SUN STAFF | September 22, 1996
The beat could be heard for blocks yesterday -- dozens of drums thumping, being played in a circle on Baltimore's 27th Street.The drums were part of the second Baltimore International Rhythm Festival held yesterday at St. Johns United Methodist Church at 27th and St. Paul streets. The daylong festival, sponsored by the Baltimore International Rhythm & Drumming Society, was a celebration of drums and drumming.Hundreds of people gathered along East 27th Street, playing their drums or dancing to the African, Caribbean and other rhythms.
FEATURES
By J.D. Considine and J.D. Considine,Pop Music Critic | September 27, 1993
"Elvis died the day he went into the army."That was John Lennon's reaction to the news of Elvis Presley's death. But in a sense, it also encapsulated the way most rock and roll fans felt about Presley's work after 1958.Until that point, Elvis clearly was king. From the time he first entered the national charts, in 1955 with "Baby Let's Play House," he made complete hash of the dividing lines built into the music marketplace. "Heartbreak Hotel," for instance, topped both the pop and country listings, and climbed to No. 5 on the R&B charts.
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By MIKE PRESTON and MIKE PRESTON,SUN STAFF | December 4, 1995
SAN DIEGO -- Their linebackers are old. The best defensive back is out for the season with a broken back. The cornerbacks can't cover, and the team doesn't have a legitimate run stopper.Sound like the old Baltimore Colts before they left town? Well, it's the Cleveland, soon-to-be Baltimore, Browns 1995 edition.San Diego's balanced offensive attack compiled 416 yards and was overwhelming, as the Chargers routed the Browns, 31-13, yesterday before 56,358 at Jack Murphy Stadium.The Chargers (6-7)
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By MIKE PRESTON and MIKE PRESTON,SUN STAFF | December 4, 1995
SAN DIEGO -- Their linebackers are old. The best defensive back is out for the season with a broken back. The cornerbacks can't cover, and the team doesn't have a legitimate run stopper.Sound like the old Baltimore Colts before they left town? Well, it's the Cleveland, soon-to-be Baltimore, Browns 1995 edition.San Diego's balanced offensive attack compiled 416 yards and was overwhelming, as the Chargers routed the Browns, 31-13, yesterday before 56,358 at Jack Murphy Stadium.The Chargers (6-7)
NEWS
October 20, 1994
Stefan Martin, 58, an artist noted for his wood engravings, drowned Oct. 7 in Assunpink Lake in Millstone Township, N.J. He lived in Roosevelt, N.J. He was in a rowboat that apparently capsized, said his brother, Tony Martin of Brooklyn, N.Y.Dakari Hru, 42, a poet and an author of children's books, died Aug. 31 at Cabrini Medical Center in Manhattan after a brief illness. His first picture book, "Joshua's Masai Mask," published in 1993, was described as "splendidly universal" in a review in the New York Times.
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