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The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 24

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PatcB.2 THE NEWS, Frtderick, Maryland Thursday. August 31, 1W7 U. S. Swimmers Blank Opponents In Tokyo Games TDKYO ( A P ) -- John Ferris. an 18-year-old entering Stanford this fall, slashed the world record for the 200-meter butterfly to 2:06.0 Wednesday night in leading the all-winning United States' swimming and diving team to a sweep of all seven gold medals in the World University Games. The vaunted Americans have won all 20 events in three nights in the Olympic pool and have smashed seven listed world records. Four of the times are the best ever, including Ferris' record The youngster from Carmichael, Calif., eclipsed the official record of 2:06.6, set by Australia's Kevin Berry in the 1C64 Tokyo Olympics, and the pending mark'of 2:06.4. racr.t'd up by 17-year-old Mark Spi'z of Santa Clara. Calif., in the Pan-American Games at Winnipeg July 26. Olympian Carl Robie of Drexel Hill. Pa., was second in 2:09.1. The Yanks have collected 10 second place silver medals and four bronze medals, also, in the magnificent indoor swimming stadium. The other winners Wednesday included Ken Merten, Pacoima. Calif., 200-meter breaststroke, 2:31.2; the men's 800-meter freestyle relay team anchored by Robie, 7:56.5; Olympic- champion Lesley Bush, Princeton. N J . . women's platform diving, 528 30 points. 75-80 Drag - A - Way Friday Night, Sept. 1st SUPER GIANT ULTRA STOCKERS Don't Miss Great Showing Of Big Cars Tom "Smoker" Smith Smokerruda Mrs. Bee's Hemi Sam Auxier Super Comet No. 4 Satan Angel Ford Jack Glenn Scottles Dodge Bad Guys Sam Panmity Poor Boy Dodge Black Jack Dodge Dan Crites Green Hornet Chick DeNino I'. S. 6 Boss John Rayford U. S. No. 4 Ply. Boring Sainide Warrior G.T.O. Buckeye's Barracuda Little Richard Big Dodge Rob Bock Pale Face Comet Plus Many, Manv More! REGULAR DRAG RACING AND MONEY TO ALL ELIMINATORS SATURDAY NIGHT SEPT. 2nd SUPER STOCKS MODIFIEDS $100 Bond Super Stock Dim. Incl. All SS--A/S to E/S /SP ISO Bond Jr. Stock Eiim. F/S to O/S $100 Bond Street Elim, Incl. Gassers and Modified! $50 Bond Factory Stock All Class Winners Girls Powder Puff Races Incl. Any Girl DON'T MISS IT!! FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHTS Pit Gates Open 5:30 P. M. Eliminations 9:00 P. M. Location--Take Route 40 to New Market, Maryland, turn South on Route 75--3 miles to 75-80 Drag-A-Way. MASON - DIXON DRAG WAY FRIDAY NIGHT, SEPT. 1 MALCOLM DURHAM Versus MELROSE MISSILE PLUS "RAUNCHY" HEMI BARRACUDA VERSUS "SPITFIRE'' FUEL CHEVY II 2 Best Of 3 Match Races GATES OPEN 6 P. M. ELIMINATIONS 9 P. M. SUNDAY EVE., SEPT. 3 STOCK ELIM. $50-$2S-ROLND MONEY STREET ELIM. $50--$25--ROUND MONEY PURE STOCK --$15 BIKE ELIM $15 COMPETITION ELIM. $25--$15 TROPHIES TO ALL CLASS WINNERS PITS OPEN 3 P. M. ELIMINATIONS 7:30 P. M. 6 Miles East of Hagerstown On U.S. 40 Germantown Tops Crecigerstown Germantown counted on two big innings and the strong pitching of Bob Kord to pull out a 7-2 victory over Creagerstown last night in a key Maryland Stale League contest. Ford whiffed 17 batters in eight-and-one-third innings before giving way to Richard Stone with one out in the ninth. He was aided by an eight-hit dermantown attack off three Creagerstown pitchers. Germantown scored two runs in the fourth inning, then broke the game open in the sixth with a tour run barrage. A single by Tommy East brought in two of the runs in the decisive sixth inning. Three hits, a hit batsman and an error i brought in the four runs. i Earl Ricketts, Grayson Rams-, burg and Bob Ricketts led '.he Germantown attack. Karl Ricketts managed two I hits. Bob Ricketts numbered j a triple among his two blows; and Ramsburg rapped a double. Creagerstown scored its first i run in the sixth inning, then started a late rally in the ninth ' off Ford. Ford walked t h r e e ; men, and gave up a single before giving way to Stone. The run came across when Ford j walked Ken Snoots. I Stone then came in to strike-! out the last two batters on soc i pitches. i Bob Shafer started for Crea-! gerstown and absorbed the loss. He went the first three innings, then got into trouble in t.ie fourth, giving way to Carroll Fraley after giving up two runs. Shafer struckout two, walked ! two, and both runs off him were | earned. Fraley went the next three innings. He gave up four runs on four hits. Three of the runs · were earned. He gave up o n e , walk and struckout two. Earl Duncan went the last ; two innings, giving up an un- i earned run and allowing no hits, j He allowed one walk and did not j strikeout a batter. i Creagerstown 000 001 001--2 5 6 Germantown 000 204 Olx--7 8 1 Shafer, Fraley (2, Duncan (7) and Duncan; Ford, Stone (9) and Ricketts. Night Baseball Phila'phia. 100 000 000--1 4 0 I Cincinnati 010 001 OOx--2 7 0 j Short and Oliver; Pappas. Ab-i i ernathy (9) and Bench. W--Pap-! | pas. 14-9. L--Short, 6-8. ,' Home run -- Philadelphia, Briggs (8). DON T GET CAUGHT AGAIN \\ITH THAT OLD FURNACE Be Ready For Those Cool Evenings CALL NOW For Your Free SURVEY on HYDRO-IE. 909 E. Patrick St. Call 662-6474 Charles Town Races DINNER RESERVATIONS (304) 725-2616 LABOR DA Y DOUBLEHEADER 10 Races - First Post, 2 PM 9 Races - First Post, 7:15 PW One admission, continuous racing, 2 Twin Doubles. ·Speed Shifting Racing Still Growing ·-"By Jim Fellows Much discussion has taken place among sports fans during the last few years as to what sport constitutes the "national sport." According to an article released Sunday by the Asso» ciated Press, professional football has supplanted major league baseball as the national sport in the opinion of the majority of sports editors polled by the news service. The editors were asked to estimate what percentage of their readership followed certain sports. Final totals estimated 78 per cent following professional football, 77 per cent college football and 75 per cent major league baseball. ¥ * * BUT THE LARGEST gain made by any sport over the eight vear period from 19.59 to 1967 was in automobile racing. In 1959 26 per cent of those reading n e w s p a p e r sports pages seemed · · . he- interested in a«'-. · ·· :.-· This vear 54 per i · readers were foii.' 1 .- .. dianapclis racine Stockcar rarir.;: o n d with a n esti;.-. : · : cent following '·--. i : . . . the sports tvpt- · ; · - · · ! .;. percent ! ; ; , n \ ..-p lu 1 v , r , t i i i ! P n \ c i r c u i t s and .M p-.v , en' interested in road r r i v j i n g and a u t o - cross ACCORDING TO THK .MI: - vey 18 pen cenl of thus* reading sports pages w e i e following drag racing. This is indeed a tribute to the rapid growth of dragging as a spectator sport In fact, in 1959 when a survey such as this w a s la.,! taken, drag racing was jus! coming of age on the West Coast of the U.S. The point to be made is ·hat in just eight years drag racing has picked up enough of a following to score far above such traditional sports as professional basketball, amateur golf, boxing and tennis in American sports- fan appeal. * * · YET IT MUST be kept in mind that drag racing is really a participant sport as opposed to a spectator sport. Thousands may drool in front of a television watching a close Grand Prix race, yet only a precious few can ever hope to participate in this exotic sport. However a large proportion of those first exposed to drag racing as spectators end up actually participating in the sport actively. Drag racing is one sport that anyone can get into and start competing on a fair basis. What makes the results of the survey even more impressive is that the imforrn- ation for the totals was provided by newspaper sports editors, many of whom don't publish drag racing news on their own pages. Yet the sport attained a very significant overall rating from the editors. * » * THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Managing Editor's Association made this year's survey under the direction of Cruise Palmer, managing editor of the Kansas City Star and Times, who is vice chairman of the general news committee of APME. The 1959 survey was led by William B. Dickerson, managing editor of the Philadelphia Bulletin. * * * A LITTLE EXPLANATION concerning last week's discussion of funny cars would seem to be in order. We alwavs considered f u n - ny cars to be a general term for several different varieties of exotic machinery. Last week we classed the wheelstandJng show cars in the same general category as the match racing funny cars. It was pointed out to ns several times last week that true funny cars are only the super-powered, ultra-light match racers that we described in detail Ijst week, and that the wheel-slanders are purely show cars. * * * WE CAN GO along with this distinction so from now on the super bombs such as the Stone Woods and Took Mustang, and Charlie Bongo's long Corvette will he referred to as funnv cars. The wild wheel.standers of Bill Shrewsberry, Jim Rari- laro, and a host of othors w i l l be referred to as exhibition cars. Thank you for your comments and a point well taken. * * # PITS, CAFES AND any other place that drag racers hang out are h u / ' i n g with conversation about the now smog control devices which will show up on the 1968 cars. One interesting character dutilully informed us last week that he heard all the new cars will have a "smog bucket" next to the engine, and that it would be necessary to empty the smog from the bucket at the end of each day's driving. Let me dispel this line of t h i n k i n g right now. All of the d i f f e r e n t devices have the same basic purpose. To return by - products, and u n b u r n e d p r o d u c t s back into the engine so that they can be f u r t h e r consumed. THK FIRST STEP in this genci il d i r e c t i o n came several u'ars ago in California and o n l y r e e n t l v in Detroit The p n - i t i ' . e t-rankcase \ e n t i K i t o i w h i c h h a s been .sUiiniani f ' n u i p m e t i t on all D e t r o i t ··:!!·*, ^ucr- !:)H.i. act u ; i l l doo ;i h o t t e r |ob of keeping m , n u n ! :uh on! of the e n g i n e i v a : ; \ c ; i - . ' M i a n t h e old i ' i . t i i '!· a l l i!;bc.i w h i c h clo-,1 ;·.-.) so easi!'. : · ' · ' · i r . a ' e ^ a- inanv · ' · , , - . . ! · ' ^ a: e all too : .' :\: ··· '::e mam ' · i ' l V is 'I, H l i l y · ·. and .'lifted for In C-T Feature CHARLES TOWN, W. Va. Margaret A. Whitehaire'i Wounded Knee, dropping down the claiming ladder, is expected to rule the choice in Thursday's one and one-sixteenth mile Asher Purse at Charles Town. The 4-year olds and up claim- j ing feature attracted a field of nine, including an entry, and will be decided as the eighth race. P. G. Melbourne's Navy Jack, narrowly beaten for $2,500 six days ago. and Bertrando Sta- j ble's By Jinx, a winner over j S-i.BOO company in .his last out-i ms. top the opposition. Both are asked to carry 120 pounds. Veteran Fred Kratz will ride Navy Jack, with Alwynne Cannon named aboard By Jinx. The remainder of t h e field consists of Dean Nicker- sin's Mr. Fizz, 117, Edward L. Schaeffer's Line Liz, 115. Robert Schultz's Treasure Chant, 112, Lois Crist's Easy Amber, 112, Margaret A. Whitehair's Boy OTroy. 112, and Don Nicklason's Park'it, 109 pounds. Wounded Knee holds four victories over the type company he faces on Thursday, and for the first time since being claimed by his present owner. He totes 120 pounds for the test. Mtin Cr»t» (Grovt) 4.M-1M-I.M I Stall Getter (V. tlp'MM) l.tt-t.M i Sull Htro (Howard) 4.M '· Birney, Atadun, Congratulations, Honest trutad*. Hylo Rambler, My Friend John. Time--1.50 2-5. : Attendance-- 3,M»; Handl*-»JeMf». First Race, Punt 11.300, ThrM and Four-Year-Old Miidtni, Four ind · Hall Purlongv Lite Spear 110 Gioiita Carolina Love x l l O Slurred Pappy's Deb,re 1 li Leedspnte Another Ssdye no Tin Benoer Scubtxjr's Star 120 Rightly MM From The Hip x l l Wendy Lou no us x i i a x l O S us x l l O ' " ; ; ' · : , ' ' .·.'..':· .; ' i ( vono- :ir A n ermno '"h.s digesting it-- .-.A n ;iate cannot be rieinc! ina all the performance i! is capable of. ALL THAT CAN" BE said is ' h a ' cvervone should ac- q u a i n t h i m s e l f with t h e com in 2 anti-smog devices bv r e a d i n g any of the recent a u t o m o t i v e magazines carrying articles concerning the d i f f e r e n t systems. And as to just what the additions will mean in the way of lost power and econo- rnomy. we will just have to w a i t and see w h a t happens. IF THE G O I N G TOP ELIM I N A T O R right n o w . r a m , w i l l j u s t cool il over the weekend r a c i n g fans wj'.l get a rha.ice fo see a giant u l i r a - s i o c k t ' d m a t c h a! 7580 D r a g - A - W a v this weekend. Chicago Dumps Houston, 4-1 CHICAGO ( A P ) -- The Chicago Cubs exploded for four runs on lour singles and an error in t h e sixth inning Wednesday o defeat Houston 4-1, ; Shortstop Don Kessinger' opened the spurt with a one out ! single. Glenn Beckert and Billy Williams followed with safeties to balance the Astros' first inning run. After Ron Santo walked to fill the bases, c,rnie: Banks' infield out produced the j second run. The third scored on Joe Mor-, gan's error, and Randy Hundley' singled for the fourth. Houston 100 000 000--1 111 Chicago 000 004 00*--4 8 0 ; Cuellar. Eilers (7) and Bate-! man: Hands and Hundley. W-: Hands, 6-7. L--Cuellar, 12-10. F I R S T . si.JOO. Waiaen-Claiminq, 3 and 4 Year-Old w.siders. 4 ' i Furlongi T,mmi« C. (Si9l»D !.»M.M-J.40 Henn's Crasher (Gujtinw) 3.20-3 W Lite Sp«ar ( A y a ' a ) " 2 0 Som» Lojic, Msodwmklt, Sunny Cloud, Web Foot Jr., Natural Morn, Twcnt O'Or, Dark T«xan. Timt-- .51 1-5. SECOND. V.200, Claiming, 3 - Y s a r - O ds and Up 6' J FuMongv Bay weeper (V. EipinO»D ».M-5.80-320 Genian (Thornton! U.80-7.50 Merry Barque ( G r o v e ) 3.40 Ticjro Oalej, lappoint, Northern Code, Flamingo Man, Forever Bright, Double Fire, Glenaf Time--i 53. DAILY DOUBLE -- (MO); Paid-- 1O.40. 3 and 4 Y e a r - 5 80-4.iO-3.00 31.40-11.80 4.40 Brandon Miss/ Motion. Flying T H I R D S' .'00 Y,i.C"n Oifl MaiO*"-* 7 f -"" orgs. Royal Attention (Grove) Ole Buddy (Seaman) From The Hip ( H o w a r d ) Reine D Or Lonllad Silver Ann, Rhythm In Some of the really big names in stock car racing have already pre-registered for the wild showdown. Regular racing will also be held both Friday and Saturday nights with super stocks and modifiers having special competition Saturday. North, My Belloscope. Time--l.J» 1-5. F O U R T H , $1,200. Claiming. 3 - Y e a r - O i d s and Up. 6 . Furlongs. Caboom (Howard) 4,.40-3.20-2.BO Navy Cutter (Myers) 4.10-5.10 Gamblin Ann (V. Espinosa) 7 8 0 Westerville, War Nymph, Side Car, Topaie King, Last Reply, Bravo Bob, Roxbury Road. Tim*--Ml 1-J. F I F - T H , $1,209, Claiming, 3 - Y e a r - O l d s and Up, Fiines and Mares, 7 Furlongs. Welcome Baby (Small) 12.00-7.40-5.60 Myall (Myers) 4.60-4.80 Sparsh (Theodosis) 4-40 Miss Bo Pe*p, Gerties' Girl, Floward, Flaxan Last, Feature Player. Time-- S I X T H II 300. Claiming, 3-Year-Olds and Up, 4' 3 Furlongs Speed 0'. Song (Baker) e.»0-3.10-3.20 Auburn Jeep (Johnston i J.20-3.00 William Joe (V. Espinosa) 3.30 Blue J a y , Peau Oe Soie. Bratt Butto, Super Taelnt, Nasco Light. Secretary. Late scratch--Mystarfire. Time--.54. S E V E N T H . 11.300. Claiming, 3 - Y e a r - OlcJs and Up, 6' ? Furlongs. Indian Raid (Hedse) 14.1 -i 20-4 00 Jim L. (Grove) 10.40-6.oO Itsagirl (V. Espinesa) 310 Pete'i Jet, Arrogeo, Miss Finger K., Shining Deer. Timt--1 21 EIGHTH, $1.500. Allowance, 3-Year-Olds »nd p. t, . Furlongs Ceely'i Man (V. Espinosa) 7.10-3 40-J DO Foot Rullah (Howard) 3.40-3.04 Trojan Belle ( G r o v e ) ' 3.60 Francli X.. Royal Hi-Man, Jaiibel A , Farrama, Dan's Surrender. Time--1.22 1-3. TWIN DOUBLE--(4-1-7-5); Paid-- »1,010.»0 1C Ticked CONSOCAT1QN TV* IN DOUBLE-- U-5). Nbr. 5 la* jjcrajch i* tttl race. Paid-$14.20; 3,40-WfliMI^ ' ' ·.-4*-" NINTH, 11,300, Claimins, /- Yea r-OWs and Up. 1 1-16 Miles, , - r o r ' l i i i e niy * i ] »v c", iuf i_uu A , i u Arny With Love x l l O Peggy Ann $. xlOS second Race, Purse $1,100, Three-Year- Olds and Up. Claiming (1)250), Four and 4 Half Furlongs. Blue Scout 116 Deltona's Pnd* ll» Hasty Paul x l l l Crystal Blend 119 Ducnoss Tin 117 K Woody 110 Mystic Pr,ncess 117 Blow The H'ns x l i l Go Go Missy 1 1 3 Biggerstatf 119 T u f f y Rulich 114 Helen's Trailer 107 Miss Wreck lUOmalone 115 Third Race, Purse si 300, Thrae-Yaar- Oidi, Claiming ($2000-1100), Six and · Halt Furlongs. Gard** A c a m ' ; " Nu Corner lu L ' ' ! Winr.e- X109 B'5 Ham 117 Naugnty April x l l O Nake x ! 0 7 Fourth Race, Purse $1,100, ThrM-Year- Olds and UP, Claiming ($1150), Six and r Half Furlongs. Yr C j. ] ' · Bravo Bob XI09 Cnerus Pet , Lady Spin x ; Cover Of S t a r s x l O ^ M r . Mvstic Roxbury Road 1U A r c t i c Sp : n x 115 Shining Deiigrit 1 U Noggin 100 B.iv .".'^^ctr i 1 Have An Edge n Ruoprecht 1U Top Down 1^0 Fifth Race, Purse $1.100, Three-Ytar- Olds and Up, Claiimng ($1250), Six and · Half Furlongs. Sp'dway Dancer 109 P r i n c e s s N ^ ^ r a I ' S Bus Driver x!09 Happy Hostess 110 Brcv-.n E -.15 ' Fattier Jim x Keotmehom* l U C o a l C h f y x ' i ? W i , l , a m L. x l ' Super Mike lU N " k t r n S w i f t Tide 115 M ' n t a ^ n Va.iey x i Q ' Erros v ! ! ^ Sixth Race, Purse $1.300, Two-Year- Ods, Allowance, Four and a Half Furlongs. Tom Tywdd x " : ! ? Pe'es Gesture 119 Faultless Folly 1 : 9 V r . W T. --j '.vee- N' Tell x i ' l Soook Dust x t i 7 - B'st 11« Flitter Flight 119 Soul Of Mine 122 Seventh Race, Purse $1,400. Three and Four Year-Olds, Allowance. Four and a Half Furlongs. '· f ' 1 ' 5 V r ! : r y V f l m o x ' n s Scotch Charmer 1 1 7 Hello Huckster US Daddy Cool 115 Harvest (Sueen My D'r Friend 122 Snitch Sweet Cider x ' 0 8 Eighth Race, Puna $1,400, Four-Year- Oldi and Up. Claiming ((2000-1100), Ona Mile and * Sixteenth. Mr Fizz 117 By Jinx 120 sA'ourd'-c! K r e e aBoy O' Troy x l l 2 Treasure c*~ant , I .'-.-^ Li: I I S Navy J a c k 120 Parkit xlO» Easy Amoer 112 A -- M . A. whi'ehair e r t r y Ninth Race, Purse $1,100, Thre«-Year- Oids and Up, Claiimng ($1250), One Mi'e and a Sixteenth. T w i l i g h t B r a s s x ) ! 2 A r r , b T 117 Bill Of R i g h t s 1:7 Career Man X H J Shot For Glory xlll To Eternity 1 ' T Ttporide x l ! 2 Nona's Gold 1 " 7 TI7-Sh**S My Girl x i : 7 !, T'ia«»«rv,,,xJl2,Rare Tune' 122 ^i? Lbs. apprentice allowance cfalrbo'4 WNS HANDS Wnm In* typewriters or* bvmmin' and pencils or* smokin', kids need th* lightweight comfort »f ear hondsewns. Beefsteak Brown, Brown Waxhide, Moss Green, Cordovan, Whiskey, Coi»fft. VALUES! AMERICAN GIRI TRAMPKZK SXHOZES 20 North Market St. iNEWSPAPERl fWSPAPEKI

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