Corrections

October 12, 2001

An article in The Sun yesterday about terrorism scares throughout Maryland misidentified the police department that closed a residence building at Towson University after a suspicious bottle was discovered.

Towson University police closed Millennium Hall after the bottle containing an unknown liquid was discovered. The liquid has not been identified. The writing on the bottle, originally taken for Arabic, was German.

A review of the play To Kill a Mockingbird in Wednesday's Today section incorrectly characterized the narrator of the Harper Lee book on which the play is based. Lee's narrator is the young Scout Finch, not the adult Scout.

The Sun regrets the error.

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