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Towson

(tou`sən), uninc. city (1990 pop. 49,445), seat of Baltimore co., N Md., a residential and industrial suburb of Baltimore; settled c.1750. An important suburban business and government center, the city has varied manufactures. It is the seat of Goucher College and Towson Univ. Nearby Hampton National Historic Site is a Georgian mansion (c.1790) with formal gardens.
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All-America junior running back Terrance West rushed for 123 yards and two touchdowns, senior quarterback Peter Athens was 17 for 23 for 232 yards and a pair of TDs, and Towson rolled up 525 yards of offense in a 49-7 victory.
Confirming the punishment, Towson's vice-president of student affairs Jana Varwig said that it is important for students to understand that hazing is not tolerated on the campus, with officials adding that Towson has a zero-tolerance policy toward any kind of hazing.
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