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June 13, 1998|By Fred Rasmussen

150 years ago in The Sun

June 14: A Lady Run Over -- A young lady was run over yesterday about noon, at the corner of Fayette and Calvert streets, by a one-horse carriage, the driver of which appeared to be but little concerned at the result of his carelessness, in making a rapid and abrupt turn around the corner of the pavement. She was knocked down and thrown under the horse, from where she was rescued by a gentleman.

100 years ago in The Sun

June 14: A DRINK ON SUNDAY -- Police Force Endeavoring To Prevent Liquor Selling During Prohibited Hours -- Yesterday was just the kind of day to cause thirst in heated humanity, but in most sections of the city it was difficult to get the wherewithal to quench a thirst requiring something more tangible than water, lemonade or the numerously exploited "soft drinks."

50 years ago in The Sun

June 17: If a man's straw hat is long and oval in shape, he's probably a Carolinian; if it's a short oval, he's probably a New Englander, and if he doesn't wear a straw hat, the chances are he's a Baltimorean.

Pub Date: 6/13/98

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