Corrections

July 21, 2009

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An article Saturday incorrectly stated when Sandy Hill Camp in Cecil County shortened its session after 19 students exhibited flu-like symptoms. The camp shortened its session at the end of June.

An article Saturday incorrectly characterized the court use of William C. Bond's unpublished manuscript Self-Portrait of a Patricide: How I Got Away With Murder. It was not used in a custody battle with Bond, but in a custody battle between his wife and her ex-husband.

A caption accompanying an article Monday about a statue of William Donald Schaefer misstated where it will be placed. It will be on the west shore of Baltimore's Inner Harbor, between the Light Street pavilion of Harborplace and the Baltimore Visitor Center.

The Sun regrets the errors.

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