Corrections

October 18, 2006

An article in yesterday's Maryland section gave incorrect information on candidates forums at Towson University. A debate between candidates for the state Senate seat in the 42nd District is scheduled for 7:30 tonight in the University Union's Potomac Lounge. A forum for candidates for the House of Delegates in that district is scheduled for 7 p.m. Tuesday at the same location.

A photo caption on Page 2A yesterday misidentified the occasion on which Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. and Mayor Martin O'Malley were photographed together. The occasion was not the taping of the debate that was broadcast Monday, but the live debate that was broadcast Saturday.

An article in the Business section yesterday about tariffs on corrosion-resistant steel misattributed a quote by an auto industry executive. It was Steve Begun, Ford Motor Co. vice president for international governmental affairs, who said that the steel industry was making "a cottage industry" out of such tariffs.

In an article in the Business section yesterday about UnitedHealth Group Inc. Chief Executive William W. McGuire, the Associated Press erroneously described his $6.5 million lump sum payout. It is a retirement benefit, not a severance benefit, according to the Corporate Library, a research firm cited by AP.

In an article in Sunday's A&E Today section about the exhibition Courbet and the Modern Landscape at the Walters Art Museum, the name of the curator for 18th- and 19th-century art was misspelled. She is Eik Kahng.

The Sun regrets the errors.

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