75 years ago, The annual football game between Annapolis midshipmen and the West Point cadets has been secured for the Baltimore stadium for next Nov. 20. -- The Sun, March 3, 1924.
A fire in Glen Burnie destroyed a bungalow belonging to Anthony Serio and assumed such menacing proportions that an appeal for help was sent to the Baltimore Fire Department who responded. -- The Sun, March 7, 1924.
U.S. Naval Academy athletes scored six triumphs in an athletic carnival. -- The Sun, March 8, 1924.
Mrs. D. Mershon Garrison of Annapolis was elected state regent of the Maryland Daughters of the American Revolution at the close of its 19th convention. -- The Sun, March 20, 1924.
Citing underfinancing, the Maryland Senate killed a bill yesterday for the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Company to build a bridge across the bay from Bay Shore to Rock Hall for $100,000. -- The Sun, March 29, 1924.
Pub Date: 3/14/99