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November 24, 1999
Eufrosina Raileanu,39, the New York City Opera Orchestra's principal violist since 1988, died Saturday of complications from breast cancer.Known as Zina, she was born in Romania and moved to the United States in 1978 after winning a musical competition that allowed her to study abroad. She performed as a chamber music player with the Juilliard Quartet, the Mendelsohn Quartet and the Da Capo Chamber Players, among others.Gladys Yang,81, who devoted most of her life to translating and promoting Chinese literature for foreign readers, died Thursday of an unspecified illness.
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November 24, 1999
Eufrosina Raileanu,39, the New York City Opera Orchestra's principal violist since 1988, died Saturday of complications from breast cancer.Known as Zina, she was born in Romania and moved to the United States in 1978 after winning a musical competition that allowed her to study abroad. She performed as a chamber music player with the Juilliard Quartet, the Mendelsohn Quartet and the Da Capo Chamber Players, among others.Gladys Yang,81, who devoted most of her life to translating and promoting Chinese literature for foreign readers, died Thursday of an unspecified illness.
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By Baltimoresun.com Staff | May 17, 2004
To report a high school signing or commitment, email sports@baltsun.com or call 410-332-6200. Boys Baseball Michael Clements, River Hill, VMI Steve Clevenger, Mount St. Joseph, SE Louisiana Joe Diserio, Cardinal Gibbons, Mount St. Mary's Chad Durakis, St. Paul's, Maryland Jeremy Jakubowski, Calvert Hall, St. Joseph's Andrew Germuth, Archbishop Spalding, Mount St. Mary's Justin Perry, Archbishop Spalding, Marshall Gavin Swanson, Calvert Hall,...
SPORTS
December 7, 1995
UMES (2-1) at Long Island (1-1)Time: 7:30Site: A&M Schwartz Athletic Center, Brooklyn, N.Y.Radio: WTGM (960 AM)Outlook: UMES has won two straight, including a 109-62 rout of Wilmington College. The Hawks are led by senior Aaron McKinney (15.7 ppg) and sophomore John Woods (11 ppg, 6.7 rpg). Long Island is coming off a 109-78 loss to Xavier. Sophomore Robin Dickerson had a career-high 22 points and 10 rebounds. Junior Dave Masciale has 39 points, 22 rebounds and 16 assists in two games. Sophomore reserve Corey Goodall is averaging 16 points.
SPORTS
May 8, 1991
COLLEGE PARK -- Ken Noe's grand slam and seven scoreless innings by four pitchers helped send the University of Maryland (28-25-1) past visiting James Madison (24-19) at Shipley Field yesterday, 11-6. It was the Terrapins' fifth consecutive win and ensured them of at least a .500 season.Noe's hit came in the eighth inning and provided a cushion after James Madison had closed within 7-6 with three runs in the seventh. A single by Cary Dimmick and two walks preceded Noe's third home run of the year.
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By Amanda Ponko and Amanda Ponko,SUN STAFF | March 7, 2004
Cecil Community College has expanded its education preparation programs in order to help address the growing shortage of qualified teachers in Maryland. "The state is not producing enough teachers to fulfill its needs," said William Denbrock, director of educational programs and lifelong learning at CCC. "The problem is that the state colleges and universities are filled to capacity and unable to accept students." Because of a lack of educators, Maryland schools are being forced to hire from outside of the state, he said.
NEWS
February 9, 2004
Joseph S. Clatchey Jr., a retired senior Air Force sergeant, died of cancer Thursday at Reston Hospital Center in Virginia. The Herndon, Va., resident was 55. Born in Northeast Baltimore, he graduated in 1967 from Mergenthaler Vocational Technical High School. He enlisted in the Air Force in 1968 and served for almost 30 years, achieving the rank of chief master sergeant, said his wife, the former Susan Cormack-Krause of Herndon, Va., whom he married this year. He spent three years in Thailand during the Vietnam War and later served overseas during operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm.
SPORTS
March 28, 2003
Moves Baseball ASTROS: Released P Shane Reynolds. CUBS: Optioned P Alan Benes to Triple-A Iowa. Returned P Rod Beck and OF-IF Charles Gipson to minor-league camp. ORIOLES: Placed 1B David Segui on 15-day DL, retroactive to March 21, with non-displaced fracture of right thumb. PADRES: Purchased contract of IF Keith Lockhart from Triple-A Portland. Waived OF Roberto Kelly. Assigned ex-Orioles OF Brady Anderson to Portland. RANGERS: Optioned P Victor Santos to Triple-A Oklahoma. Sent P Joaquin Benoit to minor-league camp.
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