75 years ago, The annual football game...

THE BALTIMORE SUN

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

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