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****· 12 THE NEWS. Frederick. Maryland Friday. Sept\mb*r 1, 1967 Antlerless Season? Following the record statewide deer kill last year, many Maryland sportsmen looked with genuine alann at the deer herd -- or wnat they thought was left of it-and the prospect for deer hunting in the future During the eight day buck season and the two day ant- lerless season that followed, hunters last year killed 12.797 deer, a 48 per cent increase in the number of deer bagged over the average kill of the past five years. In fact, all 23 counties in the state were above the five year average. Although the number of buck taken by hunters was almost 30 per cent above the average of the five previous seasons, the record take was due primarily to the liberalized antlerless season and the special Eastern Shore season Last year for the first time, no limit was placed on the number of sportsmen who could hunt antlerless deer No antlerless permits were required. And on the Eastern Shore during the regular eight day buck season in 1966 hunters were permitted to take either buck or doe in Dorchester, Wicomico, Somerset and Worcester Counties. These counties were suffering heavy crop damage from an over abundance of deer Closer to home, 219 b u c k s passed through the checking stations in Frederick County compared to an average of 221 in each of the past five years. The big surpi ise came during the doe season when 563 antlerless deer were taken in the County Nearly 60 per cent of these deer were shot by County residents Onlv 118 had been harvested in 1965 When biologists finished working over a'l the info*- mation collected at t h e checking stations on the age and weight of deer killed, they were not surprised by what they found P r e - season c h e c k s throughout the state indi- catt-d the deer ranee was not able to handle the state's herd of some 40.000 Houston Relying On Youth To Moke Them Winners deer Poor antler development, a large number of underweight deer and a high percentage of old does seen at the checking stations all good indicators of an overabundance of deer-told tne same story. Since the end of last season, game department biologists have been following the condition of the deer herd closely In spite of last year':- heavy kill, their current estimate places the sue of the deer herd in the .s ate at over 100,000 an increase of nearly 30 per cent Their estimate of herd size comes from a broad ba.se of information - winter track counts, aerial surveys, road kills, crop damage and a variety of other well established wildlife techniques. How good are these techniques for counting deer? Good enough that these same biologists, using the same techniques, were able to predict within a few deer last vear's statewide kill. Still faced with a deer herd that's on the increase, the ?ame department is proposing a deer season for 1967 similar in all respects to last vear This includes Cepeda Homers As Cards Win KERRVILLP, Tex. (AP) -- 7or a time, it appeared that George Blanda was going to become as much a part of Texas as the Alamo. Then Cqach Wally Lemm of the Houston Oilers made a momentous decision. ·'It became evident about the middle ot las.f season, ' Lemrr. explained, "that we weren't going anywhere with the veteran players. So we decided to go with the youijger ones and rebuild, so to speak." So George Blanda, 39 years old, in his 17th year of professional footbajl, an Oiler from the beginning of the American Football League, sat down and then was released. His job went to a youngster, Don Truli. That move, however, hasn't made any dramatic changes in the Oilers, at least not yet. "We know he can do it from ·vhat he did last year," Lemm said. "He played well in the second half of the season. But he's had a little problem with his passing so far. He hasn't hit his groove vet. He just may need more work. Unlimited Stockers Set At Mason-Dixon HAGERSTOWN -- National drag racing champion Cecil Yother from Los Angeles. Calif will be launching his Melrose Missile tonight at the Mason- Dixon Dragway. The Missile is Yother's f a m ed Plymouth Barracuda which carried him to the national championship title last year at Pomona. Calif . over some of tie best unlimited class S u p e r Stock cars in the country When the starting light countdown reaches "po" Friday, the "missile" will be facing the toughest competition th'_- iv.st has to offer in Malcolm Durham's 900 horsepower S ' .· · D Blazer Corvair from Washn.t;- ton. D C Durham was the crowd fa\ or- ite to win the Suner c tock Invitational race held at Mason- Dixon last month but a jrokon valve knocked him out of the running with one round lef MSL Game Off The Creagerstown - R a m b l e i s M a r y l a n d State League iimo for Sunda\ has been called off "The potential certainly s ST LOUIS ( A P ) -- Orlando there. Once he started last year, Cepeda ganged up on the Hous- he completed 50 per cent of his [^^11^ suffice S^S passes and had only one inter- two runs scoredj leading the St. ception." Trull is in his fourth year with -rtiursdav night Louis Cardinals to a 5-1 victory Houston and has to make it big it the Oilers are to improve .0 any great extent on their 3-11 record irom last year. Behind him, the Oilers have Jacky Lee, who realistically can serve only as a fill-in quarterback, and rookie Bob Davis, who has lots of potential but who is far away from being ready to be a No. 1 Although it also may take Trull some time to take charge effectively, the Oilers discovered a potentially great fullback when they initiated their youth movement Hoyle Granger carried the ball bnlv 56 times last year, but he gained 388 yards for an average of fi.9 yards per carry, the er best average among the league's running backs By comparison, Boston's Jim Nance averaged 4.9 yards in setting a league record of 1.458 vards "From tackle to tackle, our offensive line is probably as good as any in the league," Lemm said, referring to takles Walt Suggs and Glen Ray limes. Bob Talmion and Sonny Bishop and center Bobby Maples. He is just as high on his secondary with Mil'er Farr and W K Hicks the former backs a-irl Bobby Jancik and Jim N o i t o n the safeties He also has some pxmising rookies in K n llnus Ion. Pete Johns. Zeke Moore and Larry Carwell A couple of injuries have I ampered the rest of the de fense End Gary Cutsmger rei.i- Cepeda lashed a bases-empty nomer off loser Bo Belinsky, 3-9, in the third inning. Lou Brock ipened the inning with a triple ,md scored one out later on a Cepeda walked with one out in the sixth and stole his ninth hase of the year After a walk to Alex Johnson, Tim McCarver forced Johnson at second base. But Sonny Jackson's throw to first was wild and Cepeda scored. The Cards addpd two more in the eighth, one on Cepeda's sacrifice flv Houston 000 001 000--1 5 2 St. I,ouis 002 001 02x--5 5 1 Belinsky, Sherry (8). Schneid(8) and Brand; Washburn, Willis (8) and McCarver. W -Washburn, 9-6. L--Belinsky, 3-9. Home runs -- Houston. Wynn (32) St Louis, Cepeda (24). , Braves Top Dodgers On Pinch Double ATLANTA ( A P ) -- Rico Carty drove in two runs with a pinch double in the bottom of the eighth inning, giving Atlanta a 5-4 v i c t o r v o v e r tie Los Angeles D.Hgerx Thursday nkht Hank Aaron opened the thrce- i un eighth inning by belting his :nrd home run of the season That tied him f3r ninth place on the all-time major league list a regular firearm season from November 24 through December 2. In the four lower Eastern Shore counties (Dorchester, Wicomico, Somerset and Worcester) they are recom- msndmg again that hunters be allowed to take one deer of either sex during the regular statewide rifle season For buck. In these counties, crop damage complaints are reaching record proportions. They are also recommending a statewide two day ant- lerless season without permits, pre erably on December 15 and 16. Sportsmen will have a chance to comment on these plans when the Commission on Game and Inland Fish meets this October in Annapolis. The game department and its deer biologists have the difficult job of managing the deer herd in Maryland not just for this year but for a long time in the future. The problems they face are the same as those experienced by every other state in the East with a deer herd on the increase. These states all have gone to antlerless seasons to control the size of their deer populations. At no time has an antlerless season even come close to wiping out a herd. The usual picture is one of record kills followed by good hunting and event- ua'ly a balancing of the deer herd with the available food supply. True, small areas may be hit hard during an antler- less season. There seems to be no way to prevent hunters from congregating in a good oocket But in the long run, the weight of past experience runs heavily in favor of the biologist's approach. Antlerless deer seasons are hard for most hunters to buv. But keening the herd in a healthy condition is bread - and - butter to the deer biologist. So he has as much at stake as you I. Emerson Bids For 3rd Title In US Singles FOREST HILLS, N.Y. (AP) -- Australian tennis ace Roy Kmerson began his bid for a third men's title with an easy first round victory in the U.S National Singles Championships Thursday while the llth hour withdrawal of Nancy Richey added steam to BilL* Jean King's drive for the women's crown. Emerson, who won the U S title in 1961 and 1964 but is seeded second to countryman John Newcombe this year, overpowered 19-year-old Georges Goven of France 6-4, 6-4, 7-5 as play jegan on the grass courts of the West Side Tennis Club. The 30-year-old Aussie, who may be making his last appearance in the American classic, appeared rusty but was in command all the way in ousting the French iunior champion. Emer- oon next meets Jim Osborne of Honolulu, who disposed of In- clerjit Singh, an Indian who makes his home in Cincinnati, 6- T, 6-3, 6-1. Clark Graebner of Beachwood, Ohio, the top U.S. seed at out* No. 7, ousted Sherwood Stewart of Baytuwn, Tex., 6-3, 6-3, ^3 j after fourth-seeded Nicola Pili of Yugoslavia ran over Lamar j Roemer of Houston 6-1, 6-2, 6-4. Marty Riessen, Graebner's Davis Cup double partner, also' advanced with a 6-4, 6-3, 6-2 triumph over Canada's Keith Carpenter and 43-year-old Vic Seixas, the former U.S. king playing in this tourney for the 26th time, knocked out India's Jasjit Singh 6-2, 7-5, 6-1. McKinley, like C-T Enfries, Results Finl R«ct, Pure* tl.tM, TWB- MataMn*. Clalmin* (S3SW-MM). F«wr *IK j · n»ll Furlong*. ' 116 Heatheral* xlll Count Walnut Risky Countess Bruiser Yoshka Family Trouble Sin Sonic River Mirror 113 High Talent Hi Some Watch mwmdber Lue 116 Memories Will 113 Or Snave 113 Banditman Second H«t, Purs* (1,10*. Thru · o r-v«ar-Olds, CUIminf (»lt»0. Six i MaM Furlongs. Spot o Gold n Buckland Bell Dream Of The* 113 Mr Sir Muzzy 113 Hustler John Dear Sherry xU8 Crazy Bones A m Cliff 1116 My Bellocope Omalone \\t Pearl T 116 113 in 1 1 3 120 120 113 114 xlll 122 107 113 FwrMftf*. A/it i-s Bett Btcky's Doll Jet) "tar Moxpom 111 Orange Sky 117 Hi Cebo IU 111 .corcning Devil 111 xlO» Third Race, Purse tl/MO, Two-Year- Old Maidens, Claiming ($35W-MOO), Four jnd a Half Furlongs. Instant Coffee Native Night Henceforth County War Nassua Jaunt Show Bernie Dude's Jet 116 Wide Country 116 xlll Eddy's Paddy 113 xl'B Patty's Val'tme 113 xlil Jolly Fella 120 113 Jolli Jazz Kat x!06 llf Forty's Best 120 116 Spring Jut 116 fight* Mac*. Pun* I1.1M. Three-Year- Olds, Claiming (IHM-tWt). Four and a Halt Furlongt. The Shew x 101 Pete Danherst IU Cloud Bank 113 Go Co Missy 117 Oar Flyer 116 Sonic Son 116 Ranaram xlU Caudiha 113 Ninth Race, Purs* »1,«*«, Three-Year- Olds, Claiming (ttSgt-ttM), Six and a Half Furlongs. Burnley Girl xl(fS aHarvest Glo xin Corner Market 120 Busy Schedule in Bequla x!06 aPapa Goose xllS Prim Dutches? 112 John Papa 120 A--Wayne Hint entry Tenth Mac*. Purs* I1.JM, Three-Yea ·· Olds and Up, Claiming tl«0), On* Ml'» and a sixtoonlh. Sun Tom 120 Rare Ture 109 Little Pete in Rory Jet 120 Gypsy's Ace xl 12 Cherokee Ford 114 Nona's Gold li« X--5 Lbs apprentice allowance clalm*d Fourth Race, Purse SI,200, Three-Year- O'ds, Claimini (JUSO), Seven Furlong*. Nelhe S x!09 Apache Fire xllS Orbit Again 111 Junkm Joe 114 Alator 111 Jeans Treasure 111 Fifth Race, Purse $1,200, *m». six Seven Docs x!09 Easter Candy xlW Kind Request in Computer x!09 Narosla 117 Domimara 111 Poppy Man IC» Super MiKe 114 Carmen Aurum 1M FIRST, $1,200, Maiden, 3 and 4-Year- O d Maidens, 4V? Furlongs. Blurred (L. Reynold*) 4.00-t «0-M* Wendy Lou (Alberts) M.M-4.00 Tin Be«der (Gustlnes) J« Carolina Love, Papy's Ooilre, Another Three-Year- Sadve, ScuMun's Star, Amy With Love, Sixth Race, fane $1,100, Claiming Three-Year- Glelita, LMdsprlt*. Tim*--.14 4-1 SECOND, $1,500, Claiming. 3-Year-Olds and Up, 4 1 2 Furlongs Crystal Blend (Sigltr) 7.M-4.40-3.W D*lton*'t Pridt (Cannon) «.00-3.'« Biq«*r»ta«f (Small) tM Blue Scout, Hasty Paul, Duchess Tin, Mystic Princou, Tuffy Rullah, Mis; Sun impulse Dandy O Open Hearted Becky's Extra Seventh Race, Purs* $1,300. Four-Year and Up, Claiming (*1MO), Seven ($1150), Six and Wreck, K. Woody. Tim*-- S4 1-5. DAILY DOUBLE--V-»): Paid--$21 M. Claiming, 3-Year-O'ds, 111 Nosgm 111 114 Pilot Beacon xr09 xl'2 She's My Girl 111 114 Lusrista 114 Nats Wins, 6-0 On Bertina's Three Hitter NEW YORK (AP) -- Frank Bertaina pitched a three-hitter THIRD, $1,300, 6 1 2 Furlongs Garde Again (Hedge) Nu Comer (Baker) Big Ham (D*palo) Li'l Winner, Naughty Time--1.23 2-S. 12.40-5 10-3.'0 4.40-1.00 1.40 April, Nake FOURTH, $1,200, Clalmirvj, 3-Year-O'ds and Up, 6'/i Furlong*. Top Do** 0«*n*»ln) MM.M.1 ··· Arctic S»m tMoward) J.*»-2.*0 Mr. Mystic ISIglor) 1M You Quill, Chwvbs Pot. Cover Of Slat. Shining DoMinl. Lady »pM. Have An Bdge. Tim*-. I.2J 2-S. FIFTH, S1.2W, Claiming, 3-Year-Olds and Up. ·'/: Furlong*. Happy Hottou (Cannon) I.M-1N-2.W Princess Me*ra (Small) 4.M-2.M Bus Driver (F. Kraft) 1M Speedway Dancer, Brown Bead*. K* · m*h*ma, William L., Nekton. Fathoi Jim. Emo*. Tim*--1.14 2-S. SIXTH .S1.300, AHownce. 2-Year-OWs, 4'/3 Furlong*. Petes Gesture (Small) 24.00-1 «*-5 20 Spook Du*t (Johnston) 14-M-4.M Faultle*.; Folly (Dopalo) 2M Tom Tywdd, weep N' Tel, Babu's Be«t Soul Of Mine, Mr. W. T., Flitter Fllih«. Tim*-- M 4-5. SEVENTH, $1,400. Allowance, 3 and 4- ·»ear-Oldi, 4/t Furlongs. Sweet Cider (Howard) 446-j.oo-l.2o M yOear Friend (Addeta) 11.0*400 Hell Huckster (V. Esplnosa) S.OO Baby Bull, Scotch Charmer, Daddy Coal, Harvest Queen, Snitch. Tim*--S4 1-5. EIGHTH, $1,400, Claiming, 4 Year O -U and Up 1 1-K Miles Navy Jack (F. Krati) l.*0-2.«0-2 2« Bey O' Troy (Gustin**) 400-1.20 Mr. Flu (Slut!) «·»· Easy Amber By Jinx, Lone Liz, ParVit "lm*--1.4* 4-5. TWIN DOCBLE--(04-5-2\i Paid--$tOf 00; 23 Tickets. NINTH, $1,300, Claiming, 3 Year-OMs and Up, l 1-14 Miles BUI Of Rights (Cerda) $2.00-11 *e-'0'0 True Trajectory (Gustin**! ».OO-S IK TlBonde (Howard) 1-M Twilight Brats, Shot For Glory, rv»- Sadlm, Career Man, To Eternity. DO-Finished first but disqualified and placed fojrth. Time--1.S3. Attendance--l,Ml; Handle--$244,*M. BUt a Ch S-timeliay J er and Thursday as Washington defeat- Bertaina, 4-4, three Yankees to reach second, m Port Washington, N. y . ai^ in tw of those innings the bowed to Britain's Mark Cox, 6- f th and the seventh ne follow 3, 11-9, 6-4. Among the winners Frank Froehling III of New York who beat Ed Rubinoff of Miami, Fla., 7-5, 6-3, 7-5, and Steve Stockton of Garden City. ed bv ending the threats with were a °" ble R la ys. 1. l-o, o-l. South Africa's Cliff Drysdale. The win was Bertaina's fourth of the year and his second shutout in recent weeks. It also was the Senators third win in their last four games. Washington 002 100 030--« 8 1 New York 000 000 000--4) 3 1 Bertaina and Casanova; Bar- 75-80 Drag - A - Way Friday Night, Sept. 1st SUPER GIANT ULTRA STOCKERS Don't Miss Great Showing Of Big Cars NTTSSd SVTTKllS SKS? iy-SSS" JS ward N. Newman of Havelock, N.C.. 6-3. 6-4, 6-4, competing a straight-set sweep for the four seeded players who played opening day matches. w _ Bertaina L-- Barber, 9-15. Mdfor league STANDINGS Nat'onal League American League w. 83 73 72 68 70 67 64 60 55 51 L. 51 61 62 62 64. 64 69 71 80 79 Pet. .619 545 .537 523 .522 511 .481 .458 .407 392 G.B. -10 11 13 13 14 1 -2 18^ 2l l 2 28' j 30 ^ r,-- lured his back and is out tor the and foir th place on the all-time ' " ^ » , I T . i · i ...:iU cu,. -reason, forcing Lemm to m o v e Pat Holmes ft cm tackle to N a t i o n a l League list w'th Stan Musial It was the 475th home and put George Rice in Holmes' urn of u- majoi league Career. spot Don Flovd is at the othei '.-mi \\hile Ernie Ladd offers an imposing picture at th,' otht'i t.-ckle lycmm also has had to move Garland Bo\ettc f i o i n end t o middle linebacker because ot the loss of Pete Barnes w i t h a I.ad knt'o Bo\eth w i l l be flanked b\ Dan B r a b h a m and George Webstei t h e t w o t i m e Ml-America trom M i c h i g a n State, who v.as Houston'- No 1 ^\ aft choice A f l c r Aaron's home run, Clete B.ner was safe at first on an c i i 01 h\ Gene Michael Mack Junes drew a w a l k before Ca 1 - t \ \ double into the right field cot no i lxs \ngHes 010 001 200--I 6 2 \ t l a i i t a 00 !1,H 13x--5 7 2 (KUi-n Regan i K a n d Roso hero K Johnson. Upshaw ( 8 ^ and Tone W U p s h a w , 2-1 L-i isteon 1.1 1-4 Home i n n s I/s Angeles. Kost'boro i f i \ t l a n t a , -\aron St. Louis Cincinnati Chicag'i Phila'phia San Fran. Atlanta Pittsburgh Los Angeles Houston New York YESTERDAY'S RESULTS Chicago 2, New York i Cincinnati 3, San Francisco 1 Atlanta 5, Los Angeles 4 Pittsburgh 6, Philadelphia 4 St Louis 5, Houston 1 GAMES TODAY New York (Fisher 9-15 and Card well 4-0) at Chicago (Jenkins 16-10 and Culp 8-10) ( 2 ) Los Angeles (Sutton 9-131 at Atlanta (Lemaster S-8) ( N ) San Francisco (Perry 11-15) at Cincinnati i Queen 12-6) (N) Philadelphia (Wise 8-9) at Pittsburgh ( F r y m a n ?-") \ i Houston ( G m s t i 10-13) at St Ixuis ( Briles 9-5 ) ( N ) W. L. 76 59 74 58 74 59 .556 59 65 70 71 71 75 Pct.G.B. .563 -.561 Vz 73 66 64 63 59 59 55 8 .553 .504 .478 HMs .470 12 1 ' 2 .454 14M; 440 16'2 76 .420 19 RESULTS Boston Minnesota Detroit Chicago California Washington Cleveland Baltimore New York Kansas City YESTERDAY'S Minnesota 10. Baltimore 9 Washington 6, New York 0 Chicago 4, Boston 2 GAMES TODAY Chicago (Peters 15-7) at Boston (Samtago 7-4) (N) Baltimore (Richert 8-13) Kansas City (Hunter 11-13) Washington (Ortega 9-7) \ev\ York (Peterson 5-13) (N) Detroit (Sparma 13-7) at Mi.i- iH-sota ' K a a t 9-13) (N) Cleveland (McDowell 11-11) at ''aliforma (Simmons 1 - 1 ) ( N ) WOODBRIDGE, Ont. (AP) -Dan Sikps, runnerup in the $250,000 Westchester Classic this week, withdrew Thursday from the $200,000 Carlmg World Golf championship here. No reason was given. Sikes is chairman of the players' tournament committee. World tournament officials said Sikes' spot will be taken by Jim Wiechers of Atherton, Calif. The tournament begins Friday. Tom "Smoker" Smith Smokerruda Mrs. Bee's Hemi Sam Auxier Super Comet No. 4 Satan Angel Ford Jack Glenn Scotties Dodge Bad Guys Sam Pannuty Poor Boy Dodge Black Jack Dodge Dan Crites Green Hornet Chick DeNino U. S. 6 Boss John Rayfird U. S. No. 4 Ply. Boring ft Samide Warrior G.T.O. Buckeye's Barracuda Little Richard Big Dodge Bob Beck Pale Face Comet Plus Many, Many More! REGULAR DRAG RACING AND MONEY TO ALL ELIMINATORS SATURDAY NIGHT SEPT. 2nd SUPER STOCKS MODIFIEDS $100 Bond Super Stock Ellm. Incl. All SS--A/S to E/S /SP $50 Bond Jr. Stock Elitn. F/S to O/S $100 Bond Street Elim. Incl. Gassers and Modifiers $30 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. SAVE HUNDREDS OF DOLLARS at at At *1795, the one in the middle must be crazy to guarantee its engine for a lifetime. Like a fox. The SAAB "Shnk«" engine is guaranteed for the lifetime of the car (while the car is with the original owner). Any SAAB dealer will replace defective parts at no cost, except labor. (And for the first 24 months or 24,000 miles, no cost for laoor.) 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