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Smallpox Epidemic, Part LXXVII

Smallpox Patient in a Dog Pound.

CHICAGO, April 24, – The Tribune says: “Penned in with four dogs and three horses in a small pound behind the Englewood police station, and suffering from smallpox in a malignant form, James Harris, of Spring Valley., Ill., shivered and moaned for three hours last night while he waited for the health authorities to remove him. 47 more words

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SEBRING – Sebring’s Keizhan Hester scored six points in the final 1.5 seconds as the Blue Streaks knocked off Mariner, the sixth ranked team in the state, 44-41, on Thursday in the Region 5A-3 quarterfinals. 946 more words

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The Daemon Lover (1949) by Shirley Jackson

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Jackson adds a Satanic twist to this story of a woman caught in one of life’s most painfully embarrassing and emotionally shattering situations, being abandoned by her lover on her wedding day. 19 more words

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Mariner look to rebound in regional quarterfinals

As tough as it was for Mariner coach James Harris to watch his team settle for low-percentage shots down the stretch of a loss in its district title game, it wasn’t the worst thing for the Tritons. 466 more words

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Golden Gate clips Mariner in 2OTs

The game was in Mariner’s hands, until it wasn’t.

In the District 5A-12 boys basketball final on Friday in Cape Coral, Golden Gate finished off the Tritons in two overtimes, hitting three-of-four foul shots in the final 25 seconds to secure a 61-57 win. 375 more words

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Hunter reaches 2,000 against Gibbs

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You could read it on Rodney Hunter’s face.

He wanted it over. The record. The pageantry. The pressure. 436 more words

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Basketball: Mariner senior inches closer to 2,000 points

You don’t have to tell Rodney Hunter about Teddy Dupay.

Rodney Hunter knows about Teddy Dupay.

It’s because he hears it every day, about how the former Mariner High School basketball star’s all-time scoring mark won’t be broken. 1,123 more words

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