September 30, 2005
"They haven't told me anything, and they better not come tell me anything, either." Miguel Cabrera Marlins outfielder, rejecting the idea of veterans advising him to adjust his attitude "Have you seen him on his moped? I'm a lot more nervous about that." Glen Mason University of Minnesota coach, on using star running back Laurence Maroney on kickoff returns
December 22, 1996
Names in the newsRandy Landis was recently appointed mortgage loan officer of Severn Savings Bank FSB. He specializes in residential lending, particularly land acquisition, development and construction financing. Landis was formerly on the staff of Washington Savings Bank FSB, and completed his education at the University of Minnesota. He lives in Annapolis with his wife, Lois, and their three children. He is active in the Germantown Elementary School PTA.Pub Date: 12/22/96@
March 15, 1999
The University of Minnesota thinks integrity is more important than winning, when you are found out.Medicine's first wonder drug, aspirin, is a century old. Others are lucky to last 10 years.Gov. George W. Bush is the favorite of all Republicans so long as he keeps his mouth shut.After Havana, the O's might fit in a game in Beijing. Then maybe Washington.Pub Date: 3/15/99
August 11, 2008
Rookie wide receiver Ernie Wheelwright concluded his career at the University of Minnesota as the program's No. 3 receiver in all-time receptions (159) and yards (2,434). As talented as he is, Wheelwright says he wishes he could have one thing to enhance his skills. Q: If you could have one superhero power, what would it be and why? A: Lightning speed. I would love to just get there. I always feel like there's never enough time in the day, like the day is moving too fast. So if I was The Flash, I would just go and be out. Q: What would you use your superhero power for?
February 1, 1991
Services for Gosta "Gus" Westerberg, a retired industrial arts teacher at the McDonogh School, will be held at 11:30 a.m. today at Loring Byers funeral establishment, 8728 Liberty Road, Randallstown.Mr. Westerberg, who was 86 and lived on Old Court Road in the Randallstown area, died Tuesday at the Greater Baltimore Medical Center of complications from a broken hip.He retired in 1972 after teaching in the Lower School at McDonogh for 29 years.Earlier, he taught in Baltimore County and Red Lion, Pa.A native of Karlshamn, Sweden, who was reared in St. Cloud, Minn.
September 22, 1996
Minnesota's public university system is exploring revisions to the faculty tenure code that would allow cuts for the first time in professors' salaries for reasons other than financial emergency and would allow the dismissal of professors if their programs were eliminated.Under the current code, tenured professors can be laid off only if a department or a college is closed.In response, some faculty members have begun a drive to organize a union that would represent the 3,000 or so professors at the university system's four campuses.