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By Mike Farabaugh and Mike Farabaugh,Evening Sun Staff | October 10, 1991
Entering today's important match at Hereford, Towson's Ian Wildey could feel the pressure of an unbeaten season mounting."This is a rough week," he said, after the Generals had run their record under first-year coach Pat Becker to 7-0 with Tuesday's 3-1 soccer victory over Loch Raven."
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | June 20, 2012
Donzel Clayton "Clay" Wildey, a former human resources director who became a co-owner of The Nut Farm and Creamery at Green Spring Station in Brooklandville, died June 13 of pneumonia at Greater Baltimore Medical Center. The longtime Rodgers Forge resident was 64. The son of a Methodist minister and a homemaker, Mr. Wildey — who never used his first name, according to his wife of 43 years, the former Marjorie Cole — was born in Lewes, Del. Eventually, his family settled in Timonium, and Mr. Wildey graduated in 1965 from Dulaney High School.
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November 19, 2003
On Saturday, November 15, 2003, REV. DR. DONZEL C. WILDEY, SR., age 85, passed away peacefully. He was born in Point Marion, PA on October 3, 1918. He was the youngest of six children of John H. and Bertha Wildey. After schooling in Point Marion, he attended Waynesburg College in Waynesburg, PA, and graduated from Western Maryland College in Westminster, MD. He then graduated from Westminster Seminary with a Bachelor of Sacred Theology degree. He received his Master of Sacred Theology degree from Temple School of Theology, in Philadelphia, PA, and was granted an Honorary Doctor of Divinity by Wesley Seminary, Washington, DC. Rev. Wildey served pastorates in both the Peninsula-Delaware and Baltimore-Washington Conferences of the United Methodist Church for more than 50 years, and was named Pastor Emeritus at Peninsula-McCabe UMC, Wilmington, DE, in 1992.
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By JULIE SCHARPER | March 5, 2006
Local coordinators for the Volvo Ocean Race will open offices on Annapolis' City Dock as early as April 1, city officials said. Ocean Race Chesapeake and the Maritime Heritage Festival have reached an agreement with Brian Whitehead, who owns a three-story building on City Dock, said Michael Fox, vice president of Ocean Race and a member of the festival's board of directors. Ocean Race Chesapeake will fill the first floor of the three-story building at 4 Dock St. with retail space, offices and a check-in area for race volunteers, said Frieda Wildey, a board member for the Maritime Heritage Festival and the maritime liaison for the city's economic development office.
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,Contributing Writer | October 3, 1993
Off the field, Ian Wildey and Spencer Ford are the best of friends.But it's on the field where the Towson High soccer standouts say they really know each other.Wildey, a first-team All-County striker, and Ford, a second-team All-County midfielder, are the heart and soul of a Towson team that's vying for its second state title in the past three years.And if this dynamic duo has anything to say about it, you can put it in the books right now.Both exude confidence when it comes to this year's team, which is 3-0 and has outscored opponents 21-6.
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,Contributing Writer | October 6, 1993
Towson striker Ian Wildey wasn't sure he would play until hours before game time yesterday.Sporting a silver splint that covered a "severely fractured" left ring finger, the senior had been warned by doctors to sit it out and not risk further damage.But Wildey decided to ignore the warnings. Fourteenth-ranked Loch Raven wishes he hadn't.Broken finger and all, Wildey played end-to-end soccer and scored a hat trick to lead the Generals to a 4-1 win in the Baltimore County 1A-2A League.The injury, which he suffered last week against Owings Mills, didn't affect Wildey until the game's waning moments, when he slipped and fell on his hand.
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,Staff Writer | October 11, 1992
He has been playing soccer for 10 years and might be playing 10 years from now.Ian Wildey, Towson High's center striker, co-captain and leading scorer, may be well on his way to a memorable career.Wildey, a junior, has made the all-Baltimore County team and is making a big pitch for All-Metro. With 15 goals and five assists through five games, he is the area's second-most productive offensive player."I guess my leadership," he said when asked what he believed to be his most important quality.
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By Chicago Tribune | November 10, 1993
CHICAGO -- A woman who sued her former fiance for breaking their seven-week engagement has won $178,000 in damages from a jury in what could be a precedent-setting federal case.Yesterday's decision surprised some observers, in part because the U.S. District Court jury consisted of seven men and one woman.But jurors took less than three hours to find that Oregon rancher Richard Austin Springs III violated the Illinois Breach of Promise Act last year when he used the mail to abruptly break off marriage plans with Sharon Wildey, 50, of Chicago.
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,Contributing Writer | October 29, 1993
Towson scored a big victory against Overlea yesterday. To keep their season going, the Generals must do it again on Tuesday.Ian Wildey recorded his second hat trick of the week, as No. 14 Towson defeated host and No. 9 Overlea, 4-1, to wrap up the Baltimore County 1A-2A League title and the second seed in the Class 2A North Region playoffs.The playoffs start for Towson (9-1, 9-1) when it plays host to third-seeded Overlea (8-3-1, 7-3) on Tuesday at 3 p.m. An Overlea victory would have given the Falcons the home field for Tuesday's game.
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By JULIE SCHARPER | March 5, 2006
Local coordinators for the Volvo Ocean Race will open offices on Annapolis' City Dock as early as April 1, city officials said. Ocean Race Chesapeake and the Maritime Heritage Festival have reached an agreement with Brian Whitehead, who owns a three-story building on City Dock, said Michael Fox, vice president of Ocean Race and a member of the festival's board of directors. Ocean Race Chesapeake will fill the first floor of the three-story building at 4 Dock St. with retail space, offices and a check-in area for race volunteers, said Frieda Wildey, a board member for the Maritime Heritage Festival and the maritime liaison for the city's economic development office.
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November 19, 2003
On Saturday, November 15, 2003, REV. DR. DONZEL C. WILDEY, SR., age 85, passed away peacefully. He was born in Point Marion, PA on October 3, 1918. He was the youngest of six children of John H. and Bertha Wildey. After schooling in Point Marion, he attended Waynesburg College in Waynesburg, PA, and graduated from Western Maryland College in Westminster, MD. He then graduated from Westminster Seminary with a Bachelor of Sacred Theology degree. He received his Master of Sacred Theology degree from Temple School of Theology, in Philadelphia, PA, and was granted an Honorary Doctor of Divinity by Wesley Seminary, Washington, DC. Rev. Wildey served pastorates in both the Peninsula-Delaware and Baltimore-Washington Conferences of the United Methodist Church for more than 50 years, and was named Pastor Emeritus at Peninsula-McCabe UMC, Wilmington, DE, in 1992.
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By Kimbra Cutlip and Kimbra Cutlip,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | August 20, 2001
DURING THESE sticky August days, when the humid air almost weighs you down, it often seems like it would be nice to work someplace numbingly cold. Someplace like Siberia or the Antarctic - or inside a giant freezer. There is just such a place in Galesville. Woodfield Ice House churns out bags and bags of ice every day, no matter how hot it gets. It's a place that speaks to an era when Galesville was more the rural, remote waterfront village. And it's a cool place - in more ways than one. Woodfield Ice House is a small sprawl of at least a half-dozen whitewashed cinder-block buildings, with low-pitched roofs and large bay doors, on the edge of the West River.
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By Richard O'Mara and Richard O'Mara,SUN STAFF | June 5, 1998
It was an unexpected sight, but there they were: pickets in the rain at the new Towson Roundabout, university students protesting depredations by a powerful international corporation upon helpless people in a land far away.You don't see much of that anymore, not on campus, not anywhere. That kind of political protest is supposed to be out of date. Campus protest these days -- from Western Maryland College to Michigan State University and beyond -- seems driven mainly by booze, without a shred of idealism or ideology.
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November 7, 1997
BaseballReds: Named Bob Boone senior adviser for player personnel.CollegeAmerica East: Named Towson F Richie Moller to the first team. Towson D Ian Wildey (Towson) was named to second team. Towson F Christie Landi was named to the women's first team. Towson G Kelly Brahy (Elkton) was a first-team field hockey selection. M Caroline Avila was named to the second team.Big South Conference: Selected UMBC M Ted Lawler (Oakland Mills) men's Soccer Player of the Year. UMBC D Reggie Adubofour was named to the first team.
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By Gina Kolata and Gina Kolata,NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | May 21, 1996
It was a rainy afternoon, and Dr. John Sergent had several arthritis patients to see. He knew they were going to mention the weather's negative effect on the pain in their joints.But Sergent, the chief medical officer at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, had just learned that the medical belief he grew up with, which doctor and patient alike agreed on without question -- that arthritis pain waxes and wanes with the weather -- is untrue."I've spent countless hours explaining to patients why it is that changes in barometric pressure affect their arthritis pain," he said.
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,Contributing Writer | November 23, 1993
One game was a slugfest. The other was anything but.But yesterday's Maryland Association of Coaches of Soccer 1993 All-State Games at UMBC Stadium had something in common that transcended the final outcomes.They provided seniors with one last chance to play in high school."It's the ending of a long career," said Towson's Ian Wildey, a striker for the East. "I didn't want to see this come, but it was pretty exciting."Wildey made it more exciting by scoring a first-half goal that gave his team a lead it held until the final minutes of the game.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | November 3, 1993
Towson coach Randy Dase called freshman Ryan Cuomo his "money man" after yesterday's 1-0 overtime win against visiting Overlea in their 2A North Region semifinal soccer game.Cuomo cashed in five minutes into the extra session, after senior Ian Wildey deflected a 20-yard direct kick off a wall of Overlea players.The ball bounced straight up and back down toward Cuomo, whose split-second, 10-yard header froze keeper Jim Smedley (six saves) before settling into the net's lower corner to Smedley's right.
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,Contributing Writer | November 23, 1993
One game was a slugfest. The other was anything but.But yesterday's Maryland Association of Coaches of Soccer 1993 All-State Games at UMBC Stadium had something in common that transcended the final outcomes.They provided seniors with one last chance to play in high school."It's the ending of a long career," said Towson's Ian Wildey, a striker for the East. "I didn't want to see this come, but it was pretty exciting."Wildey made it more exciting by scoring a first-half goal that gave his team a lead it held until the final minutes of the game.
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By Chicago Tribune | November 10, 1993
CHICAGO -- A woman who sued her former fiance for breaking their seven-week engagement has won $178,000 in damages from a jury in what could be a precedent-setting federal case.Yesterday's decision surprised some observers, in part because the U.S. District Court jury consisted of seven men and one woman.But jurors took less than three hours to find that Oregon rancher Richard Austin Springs III violated the Illinois Breach of Promise Act last year when he used the mail to abruptly break off marriage plans with Sharon Wildey, 50, of Chicago.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,Staff Writer | November 7, 1993
For much of the game, Fallston did everything but score in its Class 2A region championship game with Towson at Hereford High School last night.There was a first-half goal and one 12 minutes into the second half, but Towson (11-2-1) was still very much in the contest.Then the dam burst and the Cougars (13-0-1) bombarded goalkeeper Jon Vaupel with three goals in 73 seconds en route to a 6-0 victory."We were very positive at halftime, to be within 1-0," Towson coach Randy Dase said. "I'd seen them twice and they are a well-oiled machine."
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