Oct. 13, 1996: In the first contest between the
Oct. 13, 1971: Pittsburgh's Bob Robertson, a first baseman from Mount Savage in Allegany County, scores the eventual winning run in the seventh inning as the
Oct. 9, 1966: Dave McNally pitches a four-hitter and
Oct. 7, 1950: Washington College holds Swarthmore to minus-1 yard rushing in a 32-0 victory. It's the second straight shutout for the Shoremen (2-0), who'll finish the season 5-3 before dropping its football program, which was begun in 1888.
Oct. 11, 1919: Navy stomps Johns Hopkins, 66-0, in Annapolis, building a 48-point lead by halftime and holding the losers to three first downs in the game. "Navy just plowed through the Hopkins line at will," The Sun writes. "It was not a very auspicious beginning for Hopkins to make in the big arena, where she some day hopes to hold her own."
Oct. 8, 1896: After winning the
Oct. 12, 1944: Jack Marin, former Baltimore Bullets forward who helped the club reach the