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Capital, The (Newspaper) - December 3, 1995, Annapolis, Maryland Midnight f i IMP comeback drops ne Terrapins Cl fbthtf. County exec looks to the hiture Dl MTA urged to reconsider cuts OCTD ARCHIVES 312 LAUREL AVE LAUREL ML EMBER tough tow tor Navy DIGW whM Army drove 99 tor tlw wtnrrtrn MMMHC4AU toM te Army. Tto RMtfc tod untN hi MM then Army's 99-yard dri with Just more than brought the 96th agonizing conclusion ft who finish their I Mids can't hide emotions often loss By JOE GROSS Sports Editor PHILADELPHIA mighty touch cried their eyes out after Nai yet another heartbreaking IOM doea this happen to I don't 'erstand like said one duag to stood at the mouth of the tunnel staring at the Veterans Stadium He shook Us head as he turned and began the painstaking walk toward the dressing long after most of his made the sullen trek. Tear-stained cheeks were the norm as Mlde suffered a 14-13 IOM that gave fourth consecutive victory over Much of Ota pain stemmed from the a total of as they latond up the field to die ttnoaad Natjr a sophomore defensive A mined opportunity for Navy to score. to win the game minute to 'avy game to an the ith a 5-6 record The outcome deprivtjl the Midshipmen of their hoped-for winding season and ran the string of sub- 500 dunpaigns to 13 It also ended Navy's try fpr a three-game win something -done since 1981 Page Joe A game decision we will never be able to forget. Cl At the Midshipmen were optimistic until the end. Army beats Navy in 4th quarter By CRAIG ANDERSON Staff Writer PHILADELPHIA If he could do it Navy Coach Charlie Weatherbie would go for the kick Soon after the 96th Army-Navy game ended with a painful Navy Weatherbie admitted that he blew it when he didn't opt for a field goal midway through the fourth quarter that would have put Navy up by nine points a fourth-down pass play from the Army 1 yard line fell incomplete The Cadets took over arid drove 99 yards for a touchdown and a 14-13 apologize to the fans and the team It really hurts me for the Weatherbie said. coaching error is a horrible way Jo dtttroy a winning sea- It hurts Inside is perfect of but looking back on it wp would have Navy bad the ball and a 13-7 lead with 826 left when faced with the fourth-and-goal situa tion. The options were to go for a. touchdown or a chip shot yard field goal attempt by freshman fill-in Tom Vanderhorst Navy called and then went with a pass play that the coaching staff thought would surely end up in the end zone Receiver Cory Schemm got loose just past the goal but back-pedaling quarterback Chris McCoy hurried his throw and short-armed a pass into the Veterans Stadium turf The play was open but the execution felled Navy missed out on its first winning season since 1982 The Mids haven't beaten their service academy rival in four straight games At the post-game press Weatherbie faced the obvious second-guessing about not going for the field goal going to be kicking myself in the tail all off- Weatherbie said thought we'd have a wide receiver open .and we did We were on the 1-yard the left with a tough angle But if I had to do it over again we would kick the fieltf goal Either we should have gone for the points Army responded with a 19 play 99-yard drive capped by fullback John Conroy's 1-yard touchdown plunge with 1-03 left J Parker kicked the extra .and the Cadets had their second one-point win over the Midshipmen in four years The other two losses were each by two points Two years Navy lost to Army 16-14 when Ryan Page ost elderly By MARY ELLEN LLOYD Staff Wffitor women to then- 80s with wander one night from an r nursing home and cross JAayoRoad. A 76-year-old woman who doesn't English ate la the hall to tar all M naff tspeakint a hospice patient's charts s dropped from 90 pounds to i in months and had her right hip jproka through skin home officials and advo- ortMJbr elderly hope proMantt detailed rectntry bt Mate tetpectors1 reports on the South River Nursing and Rehabilitation will disappear under a tough new federal polky. The of op to a day for The Impectors Man MNed for hysterectomy Mixup example offifedlcare say lawmafctfrs By MARY ELLEN LtOTD StaffWrfcter t receiving far nan than a jiamr It'l Ml the GambrtUa man fe trying to Bit Mr. Hopkins known he bad the radial for whkh Johns to me Mr. Hopkins' wife of 45 can The done Fit a man. Hopkins said. The ooopto has two grown daughters. she hain't bean out of my sight to hive a hyitemtomy Staft administrator of the Antathaatoloay a duriai data entry anenM erroneous which was for swvloBi while removing a uterus two dlfltt to the patient account number pttlUatup Mr. Hopkiw' bilttnf iafcnMtton iwtoad of the correct tonala aattraff. Cowboys CITY mMMTtt City phobia grips many II Fbr goodness check your luggage Twain's reclpa for Retailers il JOtiTlnwaforgood ArurxW Dl AID 11 81 Lottery M Clashed Fl 13 E9 Cap Camera F14 Obituwwt.....02 RMaklnt ambuthed Dallas fifth pKw ef the fMl owe
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