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Capital, The (Newspaper) - January 29, 1995, Annapolis, Maryland Walters can't wait for Bl Shrimp farm nets problems TERPS SHINE UM beats Duke In Navy tripped by Lehlgh Cl Jump in thefts fett by city Dl Glendenlng gets pension OCTD ARCHIVES 312 LAUREL AVE LAUREL MD 20707 JAN. h For Kevin's family and all that is left are the memories 'Wi Pie perfect scholar Hd teammate f players Voiatorth Carolina the spot RetelwnH ofMva junnedd Thursday another student Mr. Retohardt was a APphotot Life of achievement for slain St. Mary's athlete By BRADLEY PENISTON StaffWrlter The day after college sophomore Kevin Reichardt was killed by a random gunman in North a stunned group of students from St. Mary's High School gathered in Annapolis to mourn their friend and role model Dan Collins played lacrosse with the 1993 St Mary's graduate looked up to him with the greatest now a senior. leadership really toned me around and there area tat of parts of me that are the way they are because of An honors student who was attending the tif North Carolina Mr. Reichardt was shot by a UNC law student Thursday afternoon as he rode his bike through the sleepy college town of Chapel N.C. As Mr Reichardt tried to crawl a second bullet brought to an end a life that had made a as a role an a friend to young and a son. the one who got me playing said Adam a sophomore who grew up in Mr. Reichardt's Rtva neighborhood and shared the same Jan. 20. This was the first year ever we didn't celebrate it he choking back tears This mourners have placed more than a dozen bouquets of roses outside the sorority where Mr. Reichardt was gunned down. His jersey was on the pavement in masking as was a lacrosse cap and team picture. In a country filled with Mr. Reichardt's death seemed especially tragic. he was the son every parent the captain his teammates relied Page Our Senseless tragedy ends young man's promising Hfe. A10 InfonvMitlon on funeral hi High school tests reveal inequities By DENNIS SULLIVAN Staff Writer Year after Severna Broadneck and South River high schools lead the whether it's measuring students' basic skills in the minimizing the dropout rate or gauging knowledge on the Scholastic Aptitude Test. And every Glen Burnie and Southern trail behind. School officials say the underscored most recently by state report cards on Anne Arundel County high reflects the communities themselves Schools that do best on standardized tests are those with students from middle- and upper-income with college-educated parents who consider high school a school officials said. ____ an issue and it's an issue that we have no control said Tim research coordinator for county public schools. I'm very careful that we don't use it as an excuse. It just makes Report card for Anne Arundel high the challenge different from school The latest example is the Marylant School Performance Program repor released earlier this month. Severna Broadneck and River high schools outperformed thefi counterparts for the second year in meeting all 11 state standards everything from math ant attendance Meade High School scored the lowesl for the third straight year It met onlj six of the standards. Sated mostly to i coirtnTuniber. t ft is income dependent' Page Area huddles up for Super parties ByTHERESAWINSLOW Staff Writer 'Twos right before game day and all through the Laddie Stevens was busy and so was his spouse. The streamers were hung from the ceiling with in hopes that the 4Sers and Chargers on screen soon would appear With beer in the keg and chips on a soon guests would arrive to pick up the chatter... It's gone pretty much this way with the Stevens for a long transform- ing Super Bowl Sunday into the next big holiday after Christmas and New Year's. sort of like a holiday because there's a lot of a lot of drinks and no one feels like getting up the next joked Mrs a nursing student at Anne Arundel Community College Others aren't quite as enthusiastic county sees some snow By DENNIS SULLIVAN Staff Writer As the first snow flurries began to fall Dan Farley looked at the shiny new red shovel he had just bought at Hechinger's and saw dnly work ahead just as rather be done with it and have Mr. Farley said as he prepared to head back to Jus home in Revell Downs. By late last more than 2 inches had drifted down on much of Anne Arundel County. The first signifi- cant snowfall of winter 1995 proved treacherous for dozens of motorists. we get a couple of inches some people will come running in. It's kind of Doug Hechinger's sales manager At 8 pjn. the county's snow emer- gency plan went into which requires motorists to have mow tires and restricts parking on any major route. Violators could face a fine. By that county and state police had already responded to 50 accidents involving mostly minor fender-benders and cars spilling into ditches. No serious injuries were reported. of lots of slippery high- ways and we've got a lofbf motorists in said Sgl L.E. Wheeler of the state police barrack in Annapolis. The storm stayed south of Baltimore and dumped between 4 to 6 inches in Page about a matchup that has San Diego as a 18-point underdog and features two California but a litany of private parties and celebrations at bars and restaurants are in the works anyway. Most of latter come complete with drink specials and big-screen TVs. Chi Chi's Restaurant in Pasadena wfll even have a live radio broadcast Page Complete game preview. Cl Although lew Inches of srlffv foil In the Annapolis area last night county sod city police were buoy responding to dotens of minor accidents M the roads turned slick. Evidence Simpson's fate may well hinge on the blood said to have been found under Nicole Brown Simpson's jjdjjWrtjA iMsMaVi tier A3 ARL.'NDH Rt.F'ORT TRAFFIC It hasn't even been suggested since but momentum Is building to create a new traffic circle In Annapolis to anchor the far end of Inner West Street M POKIIM Almost unknown In trris country until the acupuncture has taken a great leap forward toward acceptance as a mainstream mode of health care.n Cwrics 01 OMbMrtM 27S-700Q
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