Thursday, May 24, 2007

· A May 23 correction about a charitable event featuring the miniature horse Thumbelina was published in error because of incorrect information provided to The Post. A May 20 Sunday Source listing was correct as published, and the horse will not be on display Friday.

· A May 23 Style article incorrectly said that actors Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are married.

· The May 23 KidsPost page incorrectly said that a line by the character Obi-Wan Kenobi from "Star Wars: Episode III -- Revenge of the Sith" was from "Star Wars: Episode I -- The Phantom Menace."

· A May 23 Sports article incorrectly identified a Centennial High School baseball player who had a two-RBI single in the fifth inning of the previous day's game against Catonsville. The player was senior Owen Dresser, not junior Mike Gugliotti.

· A May 22 Style review incorrectly listed James Weaver as a baritone in a Cathedral Choral Society performance of "Serenade to Music." The singer was Jon Bruno.

· A May 20 A-section article incorrectly said that the Arizona Board of Regents approved performance bonuses for Arizona State University President Michael Crow with the single goal of rising above "third-tier" designation in U.S. News & World Report's college rankings. Changing the designation was merely one benchmark set by the board.

· A graphic with a Religion article in the May 19 Metro section incorrectly said that the National Baptist Convention USA has 3.5 million members. Its membership is 5 million. Also, a footnote on the graphic incorrectly said that the Lutheran Church has 2.5 million members. That figure applies to the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod.

· A May 12 Sports article about gender equity used a quote from Jessica Gavora of the College Sports Council out of context. Gavora was conveying the sentiments of some college students, not her own views, when she said: "There is a big generational gap here. Title IX has outlived its purpose."

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