Miller named Ori­oles man­ager

Loy­ola men’s soc­cer fin­ishes reg­u­lar sea­son un­de­feated

Baltimore Sun - - NFL - By Mike Klinga­man mike.klinga­man@balt­ twit­­man

NOV. 11, 1997: Ray Miller is named man­ager of the Amer­i­can League East cham­pion Ori­oles after the res­ig­na­tion of Davey John­son, who failed to get a con­tract ex­ten­sion. Miller, 52, of Takoma Park, was the team’s pitch­ing coach from 1978 to 1985 and in 1997.

NOV. 8, 1986: The Loy­ola men’s soc­cer team blanks Robert Mor­ris, 5-0, to fin­ish the reg­u­lar sea­son un­de­feated. Stan Koziol and Dave Gar­rity score two goals each for the Grey­hounds, No. 13 in the NCAA Di­vi­sion I poll.

NOV. 9, 1984: Dur­ing a 15-game trip through Ja­pan, the Ori­oles de­feat the Toyko Gi­ants, 11-6, in Ku­mamoto. Rick Dempsey, Cal Rip­ken Jr., Todd Cruz and Larry Sheets hit home runs for Baltimore, which is now 6-3-1 on the tour.

NOV. 10,1978: In one of the long­est soc­cer games on record, the Es­sex Com­mu­nity Col­lege men de­feat Dun­dalk CC, 1-0, in the semi­fi­nals of the Na­tional Ju­nior Col­lege Ath­letic As­so­ci­a­tion Re­gion XX tour­na­ment. Kevin Will­ner scores in the 173rd minute of the game, which lasts through 90 min­utes of reg­u­la­tion, two 10-minute over­times and 13 five-minute sud­den-death over­times.

NOV. 11, 1967: “I’m sorry it had to hap­pen to you, but you just caught us when we were whole,” Mor­gan State foot­ball coach Earl Banks tells Nor­folk State coach Wil­lie Smith after the Bears’ 63-0 rout at Hughes Sta­dium. John Sykes (City) scores three times and John Fuqua twice for Mor­gan State, which has won 25 in a row.

NOV. 11, 1956: After seven suc­ces­sive losses to the Browns, the Colts win in Cleve­land, 21-7. Alan Ameche, L.G. Dupre and rookie Lenny Moore score for Baltimore, with Moore rac­ing 70 yards for the go-ahead touch­down in the fourth quar­ter.

NOV, 10, 1945: Un­de­feated Navy rips Michi­gan, 33-7, be­fore an an­nounced 59,114 at Mu­nic­i­pal Sta­dium in Baltimore. Quar­ter­back Bruce Smith throws touch­down passes to Clyde Scott and Leon Bram­lett, and tackle Bo Coppedge stars on de­fense. The Mid­ship­men will fin­ish with a No. 3 na­tional rank­ing after los­ing to No. 1 Army.

NOV. 6, 1926: Johns Hop­kins crushes Ran­dolph-Ma­con, 54-0, in foot­ball at Home­wood. Howard Ca­plan scores four times and Gard­ner Mal­lonee drop-kicks six ex­tra points.


NOV. 8,1927: Art Spin­ney, a two-time Pro Bowl guard who played on the Colts’ NFL cham­pi­onship teams of 1958 and 1959. Spin­ney died of a heart at­tack in 1994.

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