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An article on Page 1A yesterday and an accompanying graphic incorrectly reported details of Otis Rolley III's appointment to the Maryland Stadium Authority board. Rolley was nominated by Baltimore Mayor Sheila Dixon to replace Samuel J. Lloyd as the mayor's sole appointment to the board.
A photo caption was omitted from the first page of some editions of the Sports section yesterday. The main photo showed an abandoned home located a few blocks from where University of Maryland basketball player Bambale Osby grew up in Richmond, Va. The accompanying photos were of Osby; his mother, Komba Basosila Osby; and their home.
An article in the Maryland section Thursday incorrectly described the political makeup of Maryland's congressional delegation. The delegation has two Republican members - Reps. Roscoe G. Bartlett and Wayne T. Gilchrest.
An article Thursday about the presidential campaign incorrectly quoted Bill Burton, a spokesman for Barack Obama. He said that the campaign "has got to make sure that the facts circulated in public dialogue are accurate."
In the photo caption accompanying a review of The Constant Wife at Olney Theatre Center that was published in the Today section Thursday, the actress portraying Marie-Louise Durham was incorrectly identified. The role is played by Ashley West. In addition, Jeanne Bland is the costumiere, and the costumes were designed by Liz Covey.
The Sun regrets the errors.