Below are insider transactions of 1,000 shares or more...

INSIDER TRADING

March 20, 2000

Below are insider transactions of 1,000 shares or more for publicly held companies based in Maryland or having substantial operations here. Insiders are officers, directors or owners of 10 percent or more of a corporation's stock.

General Motors Corp.

George A. Peapples, vice president, exercised an option for 5,865 shares of common at between $44.73 and $46.59 each Feb. 10. To cover transaction expenses, Peapples turned in 3,410 of them and now holds 11,467.

Gerald L. Elson, vice president, exercised an option for 4,435 shares of common at between $44.73 and $45.30 each Feb. 16. To cover transaction expenses, Elson turned in 2,702 of them and now directly and indirectly holds 17,847.

Idel Nobuyuki, director, purchased 4,250 shares at $75.81 each Feb. 17, and now directly holds 4,250.

John G. Middlebrook, vice president, exercised an option for 6,318 shares at $33.17 each Feb. 4, and sold 6,318 shares for $81.97 each on the same date and now directly and indirectly holds 27,076.

Roy W. Happel, vice president, exercised an option for 9,243 shares of common at $40.07 each Feb. 4, and sold 9,243 shares for $81.97 each on the same date and now directly and indirectly holds 14,392.

Group 1 Software

Victor O. Forman, vice president, exercised an option for 4,000 shares of common at $10 each Feb. 18, and sold 4,000 shares for between $25 and $25.06 each on the same date and now directly holds none.

Harbor Federal Bancorp

Norbert J. Luken, officer and treasurer, exercised an option for 16,676 shares of common at $9.66 each from Feb. 9 to Feb. 23 and now directly and indirectly holds 67,867. Insider Trading is written by First Call/Thomson Financial of Rockville.

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