75 Years Ago* More than 300 athletes, representing six...

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April 24, 1994|By Robert M. Pennington of the Ann Arrundell County Historical Society.

75 Years Ago

* More than 300 athletes, representing six schools, will compete in Annapolis in the annual athletic meet for the public school athletes of Anne Arundel County. Schools entered are the Annapolis Grammar School, Annapolis High School, West Annapolis, Eastport, Glenburnie and Linthicum Heights. -- The Sun, May 1, 1919.

* The German U-boat 117, captured during the world war and now engaged in a publicity campaign for the Victory Loan drive, is in port at Annapolis. The naval bark Cumberland will arrive tomorrow. -- The Sun, May 16, 1919.

* The steamer, the Governor Emerson C. Harrington, is out of dry dock and ready to ply as the ferry boat between Annapolis and Claiborne in Talbot County. The ferry was to have been inaugurated May 1 but the steamer was driven aground during a gale. -- The Sun, May 30, 1919.

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