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Ravens linebacker Edgerton Hartwell (56) and cornerback Gary Baxter run to protect safety Will Demps (47) as he runs back a game-clinching interception of a pass by Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Mark Brunell on Oct. 20, 2002. The Ravens won, 17-10.
Ravens linebacker Edgerton Hartwell (56) and cornerback Gary Baxter run to protect safety Will Demps (47) as he runs back a game-clinching interception of a pass by Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Mark Brunell on Oct. 20, 2002. The Ravens won, 17-10. (Karl Merton Ferron / The Baltimore Sun)

Oct. 20, 2002: With 10 seconds remaining, Will Demps intercepts a pass at the Ravens' 1-yard line to clinch a 17-10 victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars at Ravens Stadium.

Oct. 18, 1986: Make it 28 consecutive losses for the Morgan State football team as Towson defeats the Bears, 21-0, at Hughes Stadium. Dale Chipps scores on an 80-yard reception for the Tigers.

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Terry Reardon in February 1964.
Terry Reardon in February 1964. (Baltimore Sun file photo)

Oct. 21, 1975: Incensed with a referee's call, Clippers general manager Terry Reardon rushes onto the Civic Center ice and chases the official for five minutes during a 3-2 American Hockey League loss to the Richmond Robins.

Guard Don Ohl drives against the Knicks in February 1965.
Guard Don Ohl drives against the Knicks in February 1965. (Baltimore Sun file photo)

Oct. 20, 1965: The Bullets, whose sieve-like defense has surrendered 277 points in their first two games of the NBA season, finally jell to defeat the St. Louis Hawks, 119-99, before an announced 1,632 at the Civic Center. Don Ohl scores 26 points for Baltimore and Walt Bellamy adds 24.

Junior quarterback Dick Shiner at Maryland practice in November 1962.
Junior quarterback Dick Shiner at Maryland practice in November 1962. (Baltimore Sun file photo)

Oct. 19, 1963: Maryland upsets Air Force, 21-14, in football on the game's final play, a 36-yard touchdown pass from Dick Shiner to Darryl Hill. It's the first victory in five games for the Terps.

Link Bogart stands in the kids pool at the Rolling Road Golf Club in Catonsville in 2010, his 50th summer as pool manager at the club.
Link Bogart stands in the kids pool at the Rolling Road Golf Club in Catonsville in 2010, his 50th summer as pool manager at the club. (Nate Pesce / Patuxent Publishing)

Oct. 15, 1955: Link Bogart scores all of his football team’s points as St. Paul’s defeats Sidwell Friends, 27-6, in Brooklandville. Bogart returns the opening kickoff 80 yards for a touchdown and then scores on runs of 50, 50 and 85 yards. He also kicks three extra points.

Oct. 18, 1953: The Orioles, the newest team in the American League, agree to pay $48,749.61 as settlement for withdrawing from the International League. That's seven cents for every person who attended Baltimore's home games in 1953.

Navy's Sammy Boothe died in combat in April 1945.
Navy's Sammy Boothe died in combat in April 1945. (Baltimore Sun file photo)

Oct. 18, 1941: Navy shuts out previously undefeated Cornell, 14-0, before more than 45,000 at Baltimore's Municipal Stadium. Bill Busik and Sammy Boothe score touchdowns for the No. 7 Midshipmen (4-0), who have outscored opponents 129-2. (Busik becomes Navy's athletic director in 1962; Boothe is killed in the waning days of World War II.)

The Giants' Roosevelt Brown in 1961.
The Giants' Roosevelt Brown in 1961. (Associated Press)

Birthday

Oct. 20, 1932: Roosevelt Brown, Morgan State football All-America tackle who played 13 years for the New York Giants and is enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Brown died in 2004.

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