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P.feB-2 THE NEWS, Frederick, Maryland Muy n. if» Tki MUMMN6 LOG JMGILFORO Long Time Coming SEVENTEEN YEARS is a long time between flings. But that's the gap nature keeps between broods of the periodical cicada, that noisy little bug everyone calls the seventeen year locust. Actually, there are two different types of periodical cicadas - one that shows up every 13 years and another that goes 17 years between appearances. The 13 year cicada is abundant in the southeastern part of the United States, while the 17 year variety, which is the kind we have in Maryland, is more common in the northeast. Both types have a number of broods, and these broods appear in different areas of the country during different years. But, depending on the type of cicada, it will be 13 or 17 years before another brood shows up in the same area. For example, there was an outbreak of 17 year locust in some parts of West Virginia last year. And it will be another 17 years before the off-spring of that brood make their appearance as buzzing adults. While there were no periodical cicadas in this part of Maryland last year, there will be this year. In fact, they've already put in their appearance. The last time 17 year locust were active here was in 1953. I was living in Baltimore then, and a couple of friends and I enjoyed some mighty fine bass fishing at Loch Raven Reservoir. The fish gobbled up these big bugs when they landed in the water and conditions were made to order for fly rod fishing with hair frogs and popping bugs. * * * THERE ARE OTHER CICADAS. A common one in this part of the state, which many people take for the 17 year locust, is the harvestmen or dog-day cicada. This bug, however, is much larger, puts in its appearance much later the year - July, August and September - and has a greenish cast. And it never comes in large swarms like the periodical cicada does. The periodical cicadas are much smaller, show up in late May or early June and have a brownish-black body, red eyes and a reddish tinge to their wings. Nature also has given the 17 year locust a tell-tale brand, a black "W" on its front wing. There's a belief often expressed when the 17 year locust is about that the W stands for "war" and that the appearance of the cicada means that a war is coming. i Cicadas, both the periodical and the dog-day bug, are noisy insects. They make a very high pitched buzzing, the noise being produced by two drum-like membranes on the sides of their bodies. In the periodical cicada, at least, this singing noise is made only by the male and it's believed to be a come-hither signal to the female. * * * CICADAS ARE NOT locusts, as their popular name suggests. As close as anyone can tell, they probably were , dubbed with the name locust because of the way they appear suddenly and in tremendous numbers - in much the same -manner as swarms of migratory locusts, or grasshoppers, do in the Old World. During the 17 years between appearances, the periodical cicada lives underground as a grub-like insect called a nymph. When the nymph is full grown, it tunnels to the surface, leaving behind, where it came out, a small hole bout /2 inch in diameter. This emergence usually begins . soon after sunset. The nymphs, upon leaving the soil, crawl up the trunks of -nearby trees, and even weeds, and attach themselves firmly. Soon after, the skin of the nymph'splits down the middle of the back and the red-eyed adult wiggles its way out. The winged cicadas stay on the trees and shrubs for a while until their bodies have dried and hardened. As many as ·20,000 to 40,000 may come from the ground under one large tree, so it's easy to understand why piles of empty skins often ' build up at the base of such trees. The female cicada is equipped with an egg laying device with which she punctures small twigs and branches. From 12 to 20 eggs are then deposited in the wound. A single female may lay from 400 to 600 eggs and may make as many as 50 cuts in a single twig. * * * THE EGGS HATCH in about six or seven weeks and the -young cicadas voluntarily drop to the ground and work their way deep into the soil. Once underground, they locate a tree rootlet and from this they suck the sap. Although thousands of young cicadas may feed on the roots of a single tree, they usually produce no noticeable harm. They grow very slowly, as might be suspected from the 13 or 17 years of underground living it takes for the nymphs to become full grown and ready to venture above ground again. Large swarms of 17 year locust can, on occasion, produce some damage. Young fruit trees may be harmed by hordes of females puncturing the terminal branches to deposit eggs. The great variety of other trees, aside from orchard strock, which females cicadas use for laying eggs seem to be little affected, even though they suffer some loss of branch tips. The cicadas that are now beginning their singing will be around for a month or so. And then they and their constant din will be gone. It's a long time between flings. Maybe that's why they make such a fuss about it when they're here. Junior League Myersville 17-17-0 Shookstown 1-2-3 Forrest and Young; Kent and Spinnler. New Market 11 11 4 WoodsboFo 5 3 3 Scurto and James; Devilbiss and Crum Urbana 14 14 3 Hyattstown 5 6 3 Araby 10 7 5 Fort Detrick 5 1 4 Geisbert-Brown and Elder; McLaughlin and Walker-Frey Feagaville 13 13 1 Braddock Heights 9 11 5 Baker and Knott; Thackton- Cerkle and Held Walkersville Mains 6 6 0 3 4 0 Softball Results Amvets whipped Fort Detrick 7-2 in the Frederick fastpitch softball league Thursday. George Pangman was the winning pitcher going the distance for Amvets. Pangman struck out three and walked one while giving up two runs on six hits. Austin Woods had a good day at the plate going three for three including a double for the winners. Pangman chipped in with a triple also for Amvets. Campbell took the loss giving up seven runs on seven hits. Pardoe led Fort Detrick at the plate with two hits including a double. Amvets Fort Detrick 7 7 3 2 6 3 Termites? ·* Call TERMINDC. Call Terminix the minute you even suspect termites. A skilled Terminix technician will inspect your home promptly and thoroughly--at absolutely no cost or obligation. Ask about our exclusive $25,000 guarantee against future termite damage. JERMIIIV World's largest in termite control. TMMINIX CO. Of MO. · WASH. INC., 4» S. MirkM «., Frt*rl* *oi-*1I! Caption for photos: AFTER SEVENTEEN YEARS-The mature nymph of the 17 year locust (below) has left its underground home to become a winged adult (above).. The nymph attaches to the trunk of a tree and the adult insect emerges through a slit on the back of the nymph. It will be 17 years before the young of these locusts will be seen above ground. (Photo by Jim Gilford) High Echelon Has Drawn Post Slot CHERRY HILL, N.J. (AP- Personality, winner of the Preakness, drew the No. 4 post position today for Saturday's running of the $100,000 added Jersey Derby at Garden State Park. A field of eight was entered for the 1% mile race, including Personality's stablemate, High Echelon, who will come out of the No. 1 position in the starting gate. The other six with their post position are: Hagley (7), Corn Off The Cobb (2). Silent Screen (8), Bold Day (5), Son Excellence (3) and More Princely (6), a surprise last minute entry. Personality, with Eddie Belmonte aboard, has been listed the 8-5 pre-race favorite for the race, which carries in eight horse value of $128,400. The winner earns $83,460. Each horse carries 126 pounds. Racing Doubleheader Memorial Day Two complete programs. Two cfow MM, fwo big exacfai, a whok pasMf of /iff/* exocfa*. Only on* admission. , Post Tim* 2 and 7 CHARLES TOWN Charles Town FIRST. $1 .900. Maiden/Claiming. 2YO Mai- tM''i i-'urionak. r»nlrni|itnf Court R«bms) ....Z7.M-MM.4I SECOND. $1 J«u. Maideii/Claimin*. 3 t 4 YOMuih;n.7Kurlonfs. Itanfta ((imlim-0 ..................... ttt-3.tM.ei nini-ho.-kiid.4-HU) ........................ 1.M-Z.H t.tt H \II.Y I KM !||I.K- lt-3) PAID-tltt.41 TH1K1). $l.5uu. Maiden/Claiming. 3 4YO Maiden. 7 Kurltmgs. 25.W-U.W4.2I ........... 4.W-3.M I7.4t KX UTA- ( l-l I P \m~S13?.M FOURTH. $1.5(10. Claiming. 3YO. Va Fur- lungs. His rH'imm ( Wwk'v ) ................. 4.W-3.H-ZM !«·» rn rials ( MulliiK) ...................... 4.»3.Ci Carolina Fran ( Baker) .......................... J.M FIFTH, $1.500. Claiming. 4YO It UP. 4'A Furlongs. Mark'sFlashfVasil) ................. 6.M-3.4t-3.M IlithhvVlnv (Small) ........................ 2.W-Z.W \\M\\ hitrTail (llawlbonw) ................... 4.M SIXTH. $1.300. Claiming. 4YO fc UP, «A Furlongs Hlarkr»niir(RakT) ............... 14.40-«.«0-3.M TiMnijiH(l.inis ............................. 4.W-3.4* \:ini*nm (C ialh'guv) ................... . ........... 3.M HKi F\\rT\-3-3) (5-7) PAID-WW.J* «-TirKKTS. SEVENTH. $1,300. Claiming. '^YO UP, b'i Furlongs Frmh Spill (Wnrlry) .............. .3.48-2.80-2.SO DtsbolCusuncM ............................ 4.40-3.W Whnl Means ( llau Ihornc) ...................... 4.09 EIGHTH. $2.3UU. Starter/ Allowance. 4YO UP. «'..: Furlong. MfesHihrninolirge) .............. 49.80-15.HM.40 rnuntctxCrui!! (Johnson) ................ 5.80-3.20 \rinsntp(('l:irk) ................................. .2.40 K\ MT \ -( l SIMM NINTH. $2.$W. Allowance. 4YO * UP. KaariSpon (M. rs) .................. 4.M-3.4M.W SHmimMWwlcv) ........................ 44.2t-M.4t Mr. M.I . ( Bukrr ) .................................. -3.W TENTH. *1.«UV. Claiming, 4YO * UB, ll/ltiMlks. SkHIt Km ( IVlM-ee) .............. 2».»I1.W-S.2» Hfiil Heal (Cannon) ....................... W.tMJI Sun TIHII I MVI-P, ) .................................. £M FVMT \-(H-l ) P4ID-- tt«7.tl VTTKNIl \NrK-5'M7 H\NDl.K-»S7.SiS. FIRST RACE. MaMra-Claiminit Rodneys Roman. Bronze Mama ...... DizJr. ............... Echo Mountain .... Carol Lynn ......... , Purse SI.7M. 3 4 YO. , one mile and ott-sixltenlh. ..114 In Stitches x!04 ..109 LovingSam 114 ..123 SoltLane X104 ..109 LilBikit .- 118 ...109 Maximize 109 SECOND RACE. Purse S2.1W. 3 4 YO, Maiden. 7Furiongs. Sunnysman 114 GoNowLea 109 AnotherSpring.... 109 PeterPonsil 114 KoyalTele 114 GallopmgG'ble .x!04 Honeyfeasl US Marvice 109 SlarMarine 123 Amasmasher 114 SmartJoker 114 FoolishDoc 109 Thespian Bunny ....109 Sharar 114 THIRD RACE. Purse $1.500, 4 YO Up. Claiming. 6"« Furlongs. FirstGl'inJr 120 Little Sunshine 114 TrevaB 112 RightSneaky x!09 Attitude 114 WhatMeans xlio Pop'sPride US Italian Lady 112 F'lUessFolly 112 WarsEnd 114 Revoscope 114 Tulyaric 120 DukeBhtz. 114 Answer Fast 109 FOURTH RACE. Purse $1.500,4 YO 4 Up, Claiming, 4"i Furlongs. Trolea 122 Great Effort 119 Cure 116 RomanPet 122 Captain Who xU4 BigClary xl!2 Kiss Me Quick 114 Kaunka 119 Black Phantom 122 Do Behave 116 ChinaHand 122 PlayChristy 116 FIFTH RACE. Purse $2.000. 4 YO Up. Claiming, 4"- Furlongs. Mt. Airy LL Opens Season The Mount Airy Little League Baseball season officially commenced on Saturday, May 23, with an opening day parade up Park Avenue by the Mount Airy Sparklers and Drummer Boys and followed by 120 Little League baseball players in full uniform representing the Jaycees, Kiwanis Blue Sox, Lions Club, Fire Company, Chamber of Commerce, American Legion, Kiwanis Red Sox, P.TJV., and Auxiliary. The contingent with their managers and coaches marched to the Little League baseball diamond where opening day ceremonies were held. The master of ceremonies, Andrew Mason, welcomed the large audience of some 350 players, parents, and friends; conducted the pledge and invocation; explained the ideals and objectives of Little League baseball; stressed the importance of good sportsmanship; introduced the officers, managers, coaches, umpires, and players; encouraged parents to attend games and to catch ball at home with their sons. He signaled out for special thanks the Mount Airy Sparklers and Drummer Boys for their inarching performance routine. He commended Walter Brown for his leadership as president of the Little League. Finally, he presented Mayor CarlSmith.who extended the warm wishes of the mayor and town council for a successful baseball season and then threw out the first ball. The first game of the season was between the Auxiliary and the Kiwanis Blue Sox. Danny Crabb hurled a one-hitter to lead the Blue Sox to an 8-1 victory over the Auxiliary. Crabb struck out 15 batters and did not allow a hit after the first inning double by Dodson. Eggleston of the Auxiliary also pitched good ball and struck out 13 batters, but costly fielding miscues and the timely five hits by Blue Sox batters made the difference in the game. Crabb had two hits, Barbe two hits, and Connelly had one Mt to pave the way for the Blue Sox victory. American Marksmen Losing WIESBADEN, Germany (AP) -- U.S. marksmen lagged behind the Soviet Union Wednesday in the opening of a four-day shooting contest. In the individual competition John Writer of the United States scored 381, one behind Partshimovitsh of the Soviets. River Hour ............ 122 MisilMw ............. "7 Volte} Vamp .... 117 Demon Boy ...... 116 Vickie's Bunny ...... 11T Native Face ......... Ill GoodOkMonle.. ..116 llusty Fiddle ........ 122 Capt.R.M.D ......... 112 HennyJr ............ 122 Mr. Pat ................. Ill MissGlad ............ 109 JarkieZ ........ .'. ...... 122 BriteBeau ........... 119 SIXTH RACE. Purse *1.IM, 4 YO A Up, riarniimt,* 1 · Fin-toons. llite'sMan ............ 117 KathyGray ......... 115 FlorinesPrkte ...... 113 Troyann .............. 115 Smoking ............... 120 FairN' Breezy ..... 115 Walsh Pride .......... 117 DarkRippte ......... 122 Pen ...................... 112 Jice .................... 120 SEVENTH RACE. Pwse S2.3M. 4 YO I Ip. Claimmc. 7 Furlongs. Bridge Hand .......... 119 ChismarRullah ...111 LuckyTrend ......... 117 Gold Invader ....... 116 Halterman ............ 120 HopeTown .......... 116 Keith'sColleen ...... 117 RACK, Sorter Allowance, one mile one-sixteenth. Scalping Knife ....... 120 Famous Lover ..... 120 King Howard ......... 114 Shelard ............... 114 UpTheRoad ......... 114 Twice AsMuch...xlu9 ThreeOrders ......... 114 Ribaldry ............. 114 Jelly Fish .............. 114 NINTH RACE. Purse S2.7W. 4 YO Up. Allowance, 6"? Furlongs. Gluck ................. x!09 PriamB .............. 114 My Brothers .......... 117 Peachey .............. 114 AirCharger .......... 115 Steadily ............... 115 BushSmasher ....... 120 Mytar ................ xlM Tropic .................. 114 AlwaysHere ........ 117 In-Clava-Tator ...... 120 TENTH RACE. Purse $1,S06, 4 YO Up. Claiming, one mile and one-sixteenth. HoratioL ............ x!09 FightingNoble ..... 114 Phantom Jet ......... 120 Monktonian ......... 114 Dainty Diane ......... 112 Skelly Boy ........... 117 Bisby .................... 117 World'sFairest....ll4 Sun Tom ............... 117 R'letteQueen ..... x!07 Enchanted Easter .120 .r-51bs. apprentice allowance claimed. FIRST RACE Pnrsp. «.1(IO 3 4YO Maidon. IV. Furlongs. Scandalee ............. 109 Energy Plus ....... 114 Sharrar ................ 114 Banker'sMar' ..... 114 Prince Keegan ..... X109 Ko^hef ........... xl!6 Niantic ................. 109 Fleetlntent ......... 121 Miss Produce ........ 109 HollieC ............... 109 GreenBow ............ 116 ScarTissue ......... 121 PonderosaKing ..... 114 Needmore ........ 109 SECOND RACE Purse. S»,100 J 4YO Maiden, 4'A Furlongs. Babu'sTugO' ........ 114 Adamoud ........... 109 Chuck'sCorner ...... 114 BrokenFleet ....... 109 RenoRoll .............. 114 SmartJoker ........ 114 Gallant Quest ...... x!04 SoberUp ............ 109 Kidding Day .......... 109 Notifiers Pride ..... 109 Auction Sate .......... 109 Danang ............... 114 ShadyColony ........ 114 THIRD RACE Purse. $1.500 4YO UP Claiming. W: Furlongs. ZingZong .............. 116 Take Command ...122 Fiery Ship ............. 116 Prin' Cecelia ........ Ill Zorn ..................... 114 Surtend ............. xl!7 Mickey Bound ..... xl!7 DustyStreet ........ Ill StumbleAgain ....... 116 HighRider. .......... 117 Aire Levee .......... xl06 PasDeChevel ...... 116 Sugar Bit .............. 116 Heatherale .......... Ill FOURTH RACE Purse. J2.300 3YO Claiming, onemilei- a sixteenth. Rayob ................... 10S Vielo ................. x!04 Brimon ................. 120 Second Debut ....... 112 MasterClipper ..... 113 FirstDepar' ........ 110 Variable ............. x!03 FIFTH RACE Purse, $1,500 4YO UP Claiming, fi'A- Furlongs. Jades Glory .......... 114 Smitty'sFuture...U2 Ole Judge .............. 114 Nearly Lost ......... 109 SyrianPrince ........ 114 Bordeaux Pnn'.... 114 Corner Market.. ..xl09 Tender Boy ........ x!09 KingOlay ............ x!09 RushingForth ..... 112 Debby'sTune ........ 109 FloridaFling ....... 117 Pressmark .......... x!09 Runnin'Vine ........ 114 SIXTH RACE Purse. $1.800 4YO UP Claiming. 4V.- Furlongs. GoGittin ............... 116 PimpernelKiss....ll4 Fast Charge .......... 114 Compensation ...... 120 In Judgment ......... 120 State Trooper. ...... 114 HelioFlower ......... 109 GitMovin ............ 115 Star Christy ......... xlog Long Weekend ..... 109 King Roman .......... 112 WhyDol .............. 115 LiteChanee...... ..... 115 She'saSmasher...l09 SEVENTH RACE Purse, $2.600 JYO Allow ance.B'A Furlongs. Admiral Road ....... 120 PoppysB'B' ........ 115 Cobbler'slmp ....... 117 FlashyTiger ........ 120 Late Gain .............. 115 BallBelle ........... xllO WhlpityCut. ll»BiU'»L«K* JJJ Barbara* H* S 00 ?* 81 ^ 1 !?! Whirling Sfcoes 120 SunbernMiss 115 Different U* EIGHTH RACE Pw«, «.S* 4YO UP AHflwurr. 4V: Furtoims. ,, , , . , . ..,, NicePattie 1» a-B.J. «Lw»y «»·» a .EroeraWChief..xll7 Wng'»Re; « Moony'sBoy IS WeepN'Tell 117 Jimbi Junior 119 CapfSlocum US Market Maid 114 a-T. Ball Jr.-C. Plaisaace-eatty. NINTH RACE Purse. Kjm 4YO UP Spin Fiddle xlll Easytodo.. J» Batttetown 120 BucktondBoy 114 Game Point 114 Blue Brother 114 Anee'sUnk 120 CountSctaaps JZO Hugonote 120 NaflDecisioo }» Cooperate 120 Really Busy «0 x-ilbs. apprentice allowance claimed. FIRST RACE Piirsp. *!.1W 1 »YO Maiden. 4V: Fnrlon««. Knotty Pine.. 116 Tory Landing x!09 Lord Legend 114 Foxridge J« ThespianBunny ..-109 MyAp'Fool 121 Babu'sGoldCoin...ll4 Profiteering 1» King Sultan x!09 Undertow.... 109 DotinSpot 109 Dalton'sFolly 109 EmeraldCoast 109 SECOND RACE Purse. »1,5«0 4YO UP Claiming. 4'A Furlongs. YouDove 116 Lucky Roman....X117 Wind Gale 116 OurFlyer Ill TudorManor 122 GoBabuGo 116 Hick-Mae Bar 116 Rosie Ridge Ill NativeJim 116 NobleDuke llf Rentoy 122 ParWar 116 ParadeDancer Ill OneGift 116 THIRD RACE Purse, $1,590 4YO UP Fillies Mares Claiming. 7 Furlongs. NativeBird 117 GoFlip'Go 114 FightinLass 114 Beselen 114 ScarletDancer. ..xllS CailatHome 114 Close Graze 114 MarieCaustin 120 Mama Doc 120 Ridge Flower 120 ShalakoShasta....xll5 Falsie xllS DanceMore 120 Regal Decree 114 FOURTH RACE Purse, $1.SOO 4YO UP Claiming, 6V; Furlongs. MissAUGone 112 Castle King 120 TunnelTurner 117 Bosky Girl..... 115 Onion Snow 115 RedstoneHill 114 Vibrissa 115 BlackLagoon 120 JubiliesSong 112 Prime Facts 120 Jimmy's Penny 120 FIFTH RACE Purse. $1,500 4YO UP Claiming, 6V: Furlongs. LittteToe 109 MouseTrap 109 RoyalRidge 114 Nottoway Ill Banker's Wing 120 Crazy Bones 114 Dr.Dou'Aitch x!09 Duke Blitz 114 Comeln x!04 MoyaoneReserve 114 Isolated x!09 WildSeed 120 Midnight 114 NativeCourt x!09 SIXTH RACE Purse. $1,800 3 4YO Claiming.'Furlongs. SironcFeer 114 Mrs. Brick 118 SnyRullah 109 Sun Admiral 114 WingsProtege ....xllS MarkJun' 121 MoonReflec' 123 Dan Yemen 114 DucDeLove 123 TimberleaTune...123 Miss Eugene J 109 Ribodor 123 North'Run 114 Melanic 116 SEVENTH RACE Purse. S2.100 4YO 4 UP Starter/Allow ancc. 4 '/· Furlongs. NativeMotion 119 AmyO 117 GameEffort 119 Tigers Tune xl!7 Kenarola 122 Arklawin 122 TywyddToria Ill Haley'sFriend 116 EIGHTH RACE Purse. $2.000 4YO UP Claiming. 7 Furlongs. Opportunist 112 HeirtoGold 117 Overpay 117 Alatna x!07 Kowloon 112 FlamingUrge 117 Hopes Beau 120 Help Us 120 BentParrot 120 PrayforRain US ElTemblor. xl!2 NINTH RACE Purse. $2,900 4YO UP Allowance, one mile a sixteenth. Valley Brave 122 Steadily Ill Mirame 116 OurLaddie 116 Hopeforthebest 116 Tro' Broom 114 In-Clava-Tator 119 TENTH RACE Purse. $1.700 4YO UP Claiming, one mile a fourth. 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