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Among porcelain antique dolls, whimsical Kewpies, Barbie dolls and even paper dolls, cloth dolls in the image of African-Americans drew special attention among more than 1,200 collectors in New Orleans for the annual convention of the United Federation of Doll Clubs.
The Virginia Court of Appeals has ruled that a museum must pay for an employee's YMCA membership - as well as mileage to and from the gym - as part of a workers' compensation package.
The two brightest stars for Navy in yesterday's intrasquad scrimmage might not see the field during the regular season, but they did provide a glimpse of future promise for the Midshipmen.