150 years ago in The SunSept. 23: We are exceedingly...

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September 22, 1996|By Fred Rasmussen

150 years ago in The Sun

Sept. 23: We are exceedingly mortified again to be obliged to refer apologetically, to an unavoidable delay in the delivery of The Sun, but accidents will sometimes occur in pairs. On Monday night, a heavy wrought iron bar, which receives the surplus momentum of the springs, gave way, and rendered the press entirely useless for the night. We may be permitted to say, that whatever may be the inconvenience to our good natured readers, to us the vexation is greater than any other we can experience.

100 years ago in The Sun

Sept. 24: The baseball season just about to close has been one of the most prosperous in the history of professional baseball. All the clubs have made money. Most of them have paid handsomely, and some have made "big" money. The attendance in Baltimore has been large, but to some extent has not come up to expectations.

50 years ago in The Sun

Sept. 27: Pan American World Airways announced yesterday that it is planning to use the proposed new Baltimore Airport at Friendship Church for the "bulk" of its proposed domestic flights from the Baltimore-Washington area.

Pub. Date 9/22/96

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