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Capital, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1986, Annapolis, Maryland A I SEE PAGE 21 Inside Spell O-R-I-O-L-E-S. Rei Bu CIs Cir Newsroom HOWELL MICROFILMS P 0 SOX 1558 LAUREL 20707 20B-00OO I it Cooler For see page 11. VOL. Cl NO. 144 JUNE 25Cen GOOD DONT FORGET entertain- ment and a Children's Discov- ery are featured at the Annapolis Arts from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. tomorrow and Saturday and from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday at City Dock. Admission is charged. AREA A SEVERNA Park eighth grader is recovering from a coma. Page 33. VIGNETTES HAIL TO the Eastern Shore was once carried by boat. Page 20. YEARS AGO IN the Naval Academy admitted a black student for the first time in 50 years. Page 18. DINING OUT THE PEKING House restau- rant is an oasis of sophisticat- ed design. Page 35. ENTERTAINMENT YOU'LL more of STATE STATE-BUN company insures high-risk drivers raise ib premiums is.5 to tt percent Page 4. NATION A HOUSE BILL would ban U.S. companies from doing business with South Africa. Page 2. THE SENATE rejects more tax relief to middle-income Americans. Page 3. SPORTS DON SUTTON of the Angels wins his 300th game. Page 21. PEOPLE Rock star Michael Jackson moved bis pet giraffe from his suburban estate to a state fish and game park until he gets a proper per- mit for the The singer has asked i the Fish and' Game Com- mission for permission to keep the along with his a couple of llamas and some exotic deer. dont feave a problem with H as long as bis facilities are said Tracey an assistant with the Fish and Game Department's protection division. A game warden said tbe pen behind Jtcksoo'i mansion in Encino u not big enough for the 8-foot- tall giraffe For look at other people to the oewi fee ptgt j LOTTERY Numbers drawn yesterday Pkk 4 SOT INDEX 5 M pages Boating Calendar Caarica. cohsmikt CresBword Bttarials 29-30 044 31 C It For Record Beat Park 11 11 4141 Photos by J while crowd at a Heart attack fells Terps star Bias Was Celtics top draft pick swingi By LINDA DUELING Staff Writer 'About 60 as well as a of gazed in won- der as golfer Dennis Walters drove a ball more than 200 feet with a robber The spending an after- noon at the Annapolis junior golf clinic at Eisenhower Golf Course laughed as tbe rubber dub continued to swing around Walters' head as he recovered from the shot Walters' golf tncks im- pressive enough But what really made the exhibition unusual and the attention of the junior golfers was Walters himself Walters is paraplegic there is something you really want to I'm sure you'll b' able to achieve Dennis Paraplegic Both of legs were paralyzed in a freak Accident with a golf cart 12 years ago. Under sunny a former golf spent an hour entertaining the young audience with various golf tricks and ad. vice on improving their game. Waiters' exhibition was just one facet of the four-day Annapolis Junior Golf which is fund- ed by proceeds from the annual Chesapeake Golf Classic. from said he has done about 50 exhibi- tions around the United States each year for the last seven years. He bills his exhibition which he accomplishes with the aid of his father Bucky and his little dog Muffin as the Dennis Walters Show. Page Col. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS RIVERDALE Len the 22- year-old Maryland basketball star picked No. 2 in the NBA draft died this morning after suffering an apparent heart a hospital official said. Bias was brought to Leland Memo- rial outside at a.m. after suffering cardio-respiratory said Frank a hospital spokesman. Berry said Bias was unconscious and in critical condition when he brought to the hospital by ambul- ance. who was drafted by the World Champion National Basket- ball Association Boston was pronouced dead at 8.51 a.m Rescue workers from the Prince George's County Fire Department received a.m. call tor genttfe Mi breathing- a dormitory on the College Park campus. v An ambulance and paramedic unit staffed by six rescue workers were dispatched from College Park Fire across the street from the and arrived at the dorm in less than five said Maj. Tom Brinkley of the county fire department. Jack the University of Maryland sports information said Bias' teammates had made the call for help. Prince George's County Police Of- ficer Carol Landrum said there were no vital signs when rescue workers arrived. She said workers administered cardio-pulmonary resuscitation for a before traasfnfriag Bias to the hospital. Prince George's County police im- jnedtotely launched an investigation of W death pending an aecoroiag to Maryland Coach Lefty Driesell and members of the team also went to the Zane said. News of Bias' death stunned the basketball world this morning. Members of the Boston Celtics basketball family reacted with shock and sadness to the death of their top draft saying he had passed recent physical exams with no lem. something you'd never ex. on Page CoL Bay bridge span to close Repairs may take 2 years WALTERS AND Grin Day look on Regale of Mr. of tafeM tvipg a MgWy toad tail the By EFFIE COTTMAN Staff Writer The aging eastbound span of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge will be closed to traffic after Labor Day for major renovations which are expect- ed to take two years Some delays are anticipated when traffic is detoured to the westbound span during the fall and winter But the 120 million project will be put on bold next summer to prevent major traffic jams during the annual crush of beach traffic Repairs were ordered after a 1983 engineering study revealed severe deterioration of the concrete and asphalt bndge deck according to Thomas E Freburger spokesman for the Maryland Toll Facilities Ad ministration The most dangerous problems were corrected plans for the major overhaul were he said. Transportation officials will adver- tise for bids next week for a contrac- he said The repairs will require the bridge to be closed from Sept 8 through May It will be reopened for the 1M7 beach then will be closed from Sept through May 1988 can t do it during tbe aum- Freburger said got to have that bndge open repair schedule was devised to have a minimal impact on east- bound traffic which will be rerouted to the three lane westbound spaa Lights on the westbound span ena- ble tranportation officials to alter traffic patterns to that two lanes art M Page 12. Cat Panel urges drive for better teachers By PETE I WEST SUff Writer Unless teaching at a profession u elevated to a timilar plateau of pvbUc retard and parsMtal tatisfac at practice of law society and Hs standard of Irvine are destined to Itot't thesis Nation Teachers for list retoawi art within a few of having reached the button- 'f the in the of r lege graduates adequately prepared to teach in public tcbools to Marc S execute f -1 the Carnegie Forum Ttcker. an Eastport pretested a synopsis of the Tiesday evening to state potitldaw aad a State Polio at ON GOT Cartirt House m Annapotts. a National P ard ef Professional to certifj teacher competence and requiring liberal undergraduate studies tuppU mentH by a matter's degree hi teaching are two of the report's suggestions for reverting the loss of teachers and improving the standard ofpvMkedatatiOB Tbe report also suggests that ttn less more minority are minority students may come to believe that only whites hoM of trast aad retpotiWli- therefore wiD become alienat- ed from American A Nabofl Prepared was com piled by the 14 member Tatk Force on Teaching at a com prising nationally recognized repre from tbe fields of edoeattoB. poUtict. basinets and tbe Tucker said tbe report has been welcomed by teachers and it enjoy iag popularity among education nisMted politicians But it is not wKhmrt ttt even among those wte helped draft It I am troutned that the report gives the imprcswn thit tesrhers are not doing the-ir job wrote Hatwood Fatrell who reprewnted the National Education on the commrtee teachers who exceed expectations dtscrilxi w tbe report already exist William H Scott aitwtant toper- for mstroctioB for Arnndel ptibHc saM hi found the feran npvrt to oughly researeiwd aad
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