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Capital, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1995, Annapolis, Maryland Annapolis Chesapeake Northeast Broadneck Anindel 32 SevernaPark 16 St. Mary's 19 Poly 6 GAME ONF PRFVIFW C ON THE WARPATH 7 tonight CharmeM Orel Hershiser Atlanta Greg Maddux HOWELL MICROFILMS PO BOX 1558 LAUREL MD 20707 SATURDAY OCTOBER MD NEWSST4 Hundreds mourn slain troopc AP photo Maryland State Police carry the casket of tlata trooper Edward A. Plank from Wteomteo Presbyterian church In Salisbury yesterday. About law enforcement officers attended Trooper Plank's standing In ranks six covering three ctty blocks. ASSOCIATED PRESS SALISBURY As the casket carrying the body of slain state trooper Edward A. Plank was lifted yesterday from the hearse at the Wicomico Presbyterian members of 26 police honor guards snapped a silent salute and raised their colors in remembrance of a fallen brother. At the arrival of Trooper Plank's and their 7-month-old law enforcement standing in ranks outside the church six deep and covering three city lifted a mournful salute. is just said state Public Safety Secretary Bishop Robinson. the best I can describe Trooper was killed by a gunshot to the head after mak- ing a routine traffic stop along southbound U S 13 in Princess Anne early Tuesdav morning The suspects far was found ditched in a pond about 15 miles and two men were captured and charged with the murder. Ivan of Elizabeth was apprehended after breaking into a home a few miles north of Crisfield. He was knocked out by the homeowner. William S. Lynch of New York was captured after authorities found him hiding in some bushes about a mile from where Mr. Lovell was arrested. Mr. Lynch was being held with- out bail in the Somerset County Detention Center. Mr. who was shot by Trooper Plank's part- ner as the suspects got remained hospitalized yesterday with gunshot wounds to the head and arm. Police found a pound of crack and powdered cocaine worth in the state police said Trooper Plank was the 35th state police trooper killed in the line of duty. A 500-car proces- sion of law enforcement officers traveled on Route 50 to Salisbury for the funeral. It included hun- dreds of police from around the region and almost three dozen Anne Arundel County and Anna- polis city police officers. Both departments sent color guards. Miranda a Salisbury watched the procession from across Route 50. makes you she said. makes you wonder what the world is coming to. it lets everyone know the police are out there and they have a serious job to do. They won't take them for granted FBI Director Louis Gov. Parris Rep. Wayne Lt. Gov. Kathleen Ken- nedy Townsend and state Attor- ney General J. Joseph Outran attended the funeral. Inside the the Plank family's the presided over occasion. Mr. Gleni state police superint David Mitchell also pi did not know Tn but like feel i Mr. Glendening said. have the utmost the men and wome their lives to protect governor said. Col. Mitchell praisi recalling th of his brief career am shooting in rural County terrible read a passage frc Plank's application t state police academy. would be honort serve my state to t my Calling the dead outstanding Pi Orioles' Regan fired ASSOCIATED PRESS BALTIMORE The Baltimore who entered the season with pennant aspirations but fin- ished below fired manager Phil Regan and announced the resignation of general manager Roland Hemond yesterday. The firing of who led the Orioles to a 71-73 record in his first year as a major-league man- paves the way for the hiring Of former Orioles player Davey Johnson. who guided the Cin- cinnati Reds to the ML Central title this interviewed for the Baltimore opening last season. But the Orioles opted for whose managerial experience was limited to 10 seasons in the winter leagues. Johnson was out of town for the weekend and could not be reached for comment. the 1995 season was disappointing to our the Orioles feel that Phil certainly gave his best and will be remem- bered with gratitude for his ef- forts on the dub's owner Peter Angelos said in a statement. Orioles continue to hold Phil in high personal and profes- sional esteem. Despite the fact that Phil will not return to the Orioles in the terms of his contract will be fully complied with by the Regan has one year left on the contract he signed last October. Page INSIDE By George N. Mjnttatow Tht Capital Vohaitoer firefighter Marie Moore climbs Into the cab of the fire engine she drives as a member of the Arnold Volunteer Fire Co. She to the company's first female engine operator and first female president. She also to vtoe president of the county's Volunteer Firefighters Association. Behind the wheel Rrefighter is Arnold's first female engine operator By P.J. SHUEY Staff Writer Merging into traffic from Col- lege Parkway onto Route Marie Moore appears more at home behind the wheel of pounds of-fire engine than mosf drivers do in their Hondas. rides like a she said. The fire engine is the pride of the Arnold Volunteer Fire Com- where Ms. Moore is the holder of two female fire engine operator and female company president. She is a six-year veteran fire- fighter at age having found an enthusiasm for firefighting a few years later than her fellow volunteers. At age she found herself 10 years older than the next-oldest person in her training which was all-male with the exception of Ms. Moore. She completed the training which included at least one particularly demand- ing drill lugging a 255-pound man down a ladder. Ms. Moore wasn't told how much he weighed until the exer- cise was over. they had told me he was 255 I would have 'You're going to nave Page Teen mothei gets 8 years f throwing bab By BRIAN WHEELER Staff Writer Michelle Savage cried uncon- trollably yesterday as she struggled to explain why she threw her newborn daughter out a second-floor window. the time I was scared. I didn't know what to she managed to say. The 17-year-old continued to cry minutes later when a judge sent her to prison for eight years for nearly killing her 10-month-old Angel whose head has been left deformed by the 18-foot fall. The crime continued to baffle even Judge Raymond G. who said he had to imprison the former Meade High School stu- dent because of the act's just the Circuit Court judge said of 1837 Meade Village Circle in pleaded guilty two months ago to attempted mur- der for throwing her infant from a bedroom window less than 15 minutes after she gave birth Jan. 14. Angel was found by two chil- dren walking bloodied and with her umbilical cord still attached. Ever since her the child has been in the hands of state social workers and now is with a foster family. Angel has undergone surgery to fix her misshapen sku more operations and a foster c testified. made a calcula that day. She decide Angel Hope out of tb said Kathleen E. Roge tant state's attorney. not a decisi ety accepts. Angel most innocent of in Evelyn 0. admitted that acted b she acted out of panic. Although she had tx ful in high school e1 of the mon not long before her Savage lacked the abil through the conseque Ms. Darden sa was not an person acting under th stances. She unfortu what she did thinking end the she Growing up in a fa most women had giver early Savage had self on avoiding preg Darden said. She was over giving birth and her pregnancy from wearing baggy clothes image and her had been built upon P Homecoming brings back Navy heroes Epping Forest couple finds they can come home again. U Approval ex- pected for sidewalk cafes. I Arundel Report..... Bl Movies A9 Calendar............. AS Obituaries..........All Classified... D6 Mice Beat..... All Comics................ B4 TteNflon.............. B6 Crossword...........017 Sports................C14 editorials.............AID Stocks..............BZ4 Homes................Dl-5 Television........... BS Lottery................. A4 Tides.................. Wl Portions of The dfltH tn printed each day on recycled paper. Tht newspaper also Is recyclable. .................268-7000 Rom KMrt 327-1583 AM otter departments 268-6000 By JOE GROSS Sports Editor Even if it rains the sun- nier days of Naval Academy foot- ball history will be recalled when some of its former great players take part in Homecoming festivi- ties. Heisman Trophy winners Joe Bellino and Roger Staubach and two-time consensus All-America Napoleon McCallum will be among the crowd of expected for the game with Villa- nova. The contest gets under way at p.m. at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium. Alumni reunions for the classes of '85 and '90 will be held. Many good football players were produced by those whose members are sure to be mote than a bit judgmental about the current Midshipmen. of la the reason I-A teams schedule tAA team for overwhelming. This dedication pushes my winning the Heisman Trophy to No. 3 on my list of behind having my No. 27 retired and having this room named for Bellino Homecoming Day games. Navy is 31-14 in Homecoming games since but the Mids have lost five of the past six games. All but a few of the vic- tories have come against I-AA opponents. The 2-4 Midshipmen have won the last two meetings between the teams and lead the series 8-2. also 2-4 this comes in off a 27-24 victory over while the Mids dropped a 30-20 decision last weak to Air Force. In addition to trying to give the Mlds a morale some of the former stars came to town to be a part of yesterday's ribbon-cutting ceremony for the renovated and expanded Ricketts Hall. The hall serves as headquarters for the Naval Academy Athletic Associa- tion and the Navy football team. The Ricketts Hall com- pleted last includes a new football locker a modern physical therapy and training room with a hydrotherapy pool for the rehabilitation of and a itate-of-the-art weight train- ing facility. The new locker room was named for Roger the 1963 Heisman Trophy winner who went on to a great career with the Dallas Cowboys and now is in the real estate and development busi- ness in Dallas. The refurbished office complex and meeting room includes the Joe Bellino Auditorium. It is named for the 1960 Hekrnan Tro- phy who is a tucceuful businessman in Boston. The training room complex was named for longtime athletic trainer Leon Rorno. who has reached celebrity status in 40 years as the Naval Academy's head trainer. Both Mr. Staubach and Mr. Romo got choked up while mak- ing speeches during a program in which the three honorew were introduced. All three talked about Navy vs. Villanova p.m. WNDObNavy- Marine Corps Memorial Stadium. ReserveoVse are still available. E seating In the grass for children under available at the gate toda call 268406 OP Thousands will be on hand for the ho game today.. The Mlds Wildcats are both 2-4... time they met Nas 23-21. Mids hold an 8-2 series... Nag is wlptoN tries at ftofneferarthlai ;