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The Sun Remembers: Nov. 4-10

Nov. 10, 2001: Johns Hopkins defeats archrival Western Maryland, 21-14, in Westminster, ending the latter's 33-game Centennial Conference winning streak. Zach Baylin's 15 receptions (three for touchdowns) set a school record for Hopkins (6-3). Western Maryland (now McDaniel) slips to 8-2.

Nov. 8, 1998: Four sacks by defensive end Michael McCrary and a game-ending interception by Duane Starks in the end zone lift the Ravens (3-6) to a 13-10 upset of the visiting Oakland Raiders (6-3). The victory breaks a four-game losing streak for the Ravens, who win in the month of November for the first time in their three-year history.

Nov. 6, 1983: The Colts use two interceptions, two fumble recoveries and four sacks to defeat the New York Jets, 17-14, at Shea Stadium. It's the sixth victory in 10 games for Baltimore, winless last year. "Don't get carried away, men," coach Frank Kush tells the Colts, who'll finish 7-9 in their last season here.

Nov. 9, 1968: Kevin Loughery's 25-foot jumper with two seconds left gives the Baltimore Bullets a 109-107 win over the San Diego Rockets before an announced 10,915 at the Civic Center. It's the sixth straight victory for coach Gene Shue's team, which improves to 10-3 despite a 30-point, 26-rebound performance by Rockets' rookie Elvin Hayes.

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Nov. 4, 1967: George Nock rushes for two touchdowns and John Fuqua one in Morgan State's 24th consecutive victory, 28-13 over Hampton Institute. Also, quarterback Daryl Johnson throws a 60-yard touchdown to Raymond Chester. All four Bears will play in the pros, and Morgan's winning streak will end at 31.

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Nov. 6, 1965: In a showdown for state football supremacy, host Navy dominates Maryland, 19-7, while holding the Terps to minus-58 rushing yards. Midshipmen quarterback John Cartwright passes for two touchdowns as Navy (4-3-1) gains 432 yards on offense. Maryland falls to 3-4.

Nov. 7, 1936: Bill Ingram drop-kicks a 22-yard field goal, giving Navy a 3-0 win over Notre Dame (4-2) at Baltimore Stadium. Before the announced crowd of 57,500, including aviator Amelia Earhart, the victorious Midshipmen (4-3) celebrate by carrying the goal posts overhead from one end of the field to the other.

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Nov. 7, 1903: Mount St. Mary's scores a safety just before halftime for the game's only points in defeating Maryland, 2-0, in Emmitsburg.

Birthday

Nov. 10, 1896: Jimmy Dykes, the modern Orioles' first manager in 1954. Dykes, who led the Birds to a 54-100 finish, died in 1976.

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