November 03, 2005

The lottery results in yesterday's editions incorrectly reported the numbers drawn for New Jersey's Tuesday night daily games. The Pick 3 was 509. The Pick 4 was 7516.

A photograph caption in yesterday's editions with an article about the eating habits of cancer researchers misspelled the name of Sherry Chow.

An index line on the front of yesterday's Maryland section misstated the office that television reporter Andy Barth is considering seeking. He is contemplating a run for Maryland's 3rd Congressional District.

An article in yesterday's editions about a noise ordinance proposed by the Baltimore City Council misstated the address of a house party at which several college students were arrested. The house is in the 400 block of E. Lake Ave.

An Almanac item in yesterday's Today section incorrectly described Harry S. Truman's 1948 presidential victory. It was the first time Truman was elected to the White House.

An article in yesterday's Today section about a faculty exhibition at Towson University misidentified the artist who painted Brueghel-esque fables of explorer Marco Polo. She is Nora Sturges.

The Sun regrets the errors.

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