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January 27, 1989 | From Associated Press
A gunman opened fire on a crowd of students outside a District of Columbia high school Thursday, wounding four, police said. There were no arrests, but authorities were said to be searching for three men possibly fleeing in a Jeep. The shooting "seemed to be the result of an altercation that had taken place earlier in the day," said Capt. Robert L. Gales of the District of Columbia police. He said he did not know what the dispute had concerned.
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June 13, 2001 | From Times Wire Reports
Being the class valedictorian is notable for anyone. Then there's Lee Alderman, an autistic student graduating at the top of his class in the nation's capital. The 141 seniors graduating from Cardozo Senior High School gave him a standing ovation after his graduation speech. At the ceremony at Howard University, Alderman, 19, thanked teachers and fellow graduates for helping him overcome his social and academic obstacles.
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June 13, 2001 | From Times Wire Reports
Being the class valedictorian is notable for anyone. Then there's Lee Alderman, an autistic student graduating at the top of his class in the nation's capital. The 141 seniors graduating from Cardozo Senior High School gave him a standing ovation after his graduation speech. At the ceremony at Howard University, Alderman, 19, thanked teachers and fellow graduates for helping him overcome his social and academic obstacles.
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January 27, 1989 | From Associated Press
A gunman opened fire on a crowd of students outside a District of Columbia high school Thursday, wounding four, police said. There were no arrests, but authorities were said to be searching for three men possibly fleeing in a Jeep. The shooting "seemed to be the result of an altercation that had taken place earlier in the day," said Capt. Robert L. Gales of the District of Columbia police. He said he did not know what the dispute had concerned.
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