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The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 14

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TH9 NCW8, Fndtfkfc, BUrylaa* - - - ~ Top Cat. [;· BUCK STOCKMAN'S not the area's most noted music i lover · he admits that. But the racket put out by his bait t castinfcreel when a fish runs line off the spool is a sweet song t to his ear. Knowing that tbe whine from a reel being run is just pur; pleasure for him, imagine how he must have felt Sunday morning when a big bull of a catfish picked up his minnow and started to move out with his line. 1 He was fishing the Potomac above Edward's Ferry where he has a cabin. It was about 11: 00 and up until the big cat hit, it had been a pleasant but not out-of-the-ordinary morning. Then Buck's reel started to sing. "There wasn't anything to do but lift the anchors and let him pull the boat around for a while," Buck told me when I asked him what kind of an argument the large catfish put up. "He was really mean for the first 15 or 20 minutes until he | wore himself down." And after that it took some maneuvering for Buck and his i wife Betty, who was fishing with him, to get the oversized cat I in a landing net By the time the prize catch reached Fox's | Sport Store the next day, it weighed 19 pounds and measured - 34 inches - not a record, but big enough to win a citation from ,- Fishing in Maryland magazine. f And according to Buck, his extra large catfish made him I a three-way winner. Besides the pleasure of a good run on hie - reel and the citation award, it also put him on an eviM. : standing with his wife. She had boated a 12Vs pounder a year*" ; or two back and was the family's undisputed expert on the :· subject of landing big catfish. What's more she could show ·* Buck the citation to back up her claim. | Now, until one of them lands another prize fish, it's a ! stand-off in the Stockman household. . - · * * « STOCKMAN'S 19 POUNDER tops the list of large catfish- I weighed in at Fox's Sport Store this season. Other leading ; .catches listed on the fish board there include: | LARGEMOUTH BASS - 7 Ibs. 9 ozs., 24 inches long I George D. Reed, Ladiesburg. : ; SMALLMOUTH BASS - 3 Ibs. 8 ozs., 19 inches long - Mike : Moser, Frederick. CARP - 23 Ibs., 34Vi inches long - Stanley Sabowski, Frederick. CRAPPIE - 2 Ibs., 4 ozs., 14'A inches long - Cal Wise, Frederick. SUNFISH - V* lb., 8 inches long - Gary Heerd, Frederick EEL -no entry TROUT - 4 Ibs., 3 ozs., 22 inches long - Morris Fry, Thurmont. | , Elmer Foland, Jr., of Frederick made an unusual catch I in the Monocacy the other day above the mouth of Linganore | Creek. He hooked and landed a bowf in or fresh water dogfish i. about 14 inches long. ':· While this unusual fish is fairly widely spread west of the : Appalachians, it is not a native of the Potomac Basin. A ·number of the pay-to-fish ponds stock bowf ins for their ; customers - it's a hardy fish and a good fighter. In all : probability, the fish Foland caught came into the Monocacy ;- .by way of one of these commercial ponds. t. * * * t A REGISTERED TRAP SHOOT is scheduled for this [ coming Saturday and Sunday, June 6 and 7 by the Thurmont :. Conservation and Sportsman's Club. The two day card ^planned for this shoot, which, incidentally, the Thurmont | club calls the "Strawberry Shoot," includes four events - two | Saturday and two Sunday. i Event I, which gets underway at 11: 00 a.m. Saturday, is | a 100, 16-yd target bout with open trophies for Hi-gun and | Runner-up. The second event of the day will be a 100 r handicap target match. Open trophies will be awarded to the f top gun and second best in this event as well. f Sunday's slate leads off with event III, a 50 pair, doubles f target match starting at 10: 00 a.m. Event IV, which winds up -tile Strawberry Shoot, is a 100 bird handicap contest. Open r trophies will be given to Hi-gun and Runner-up in both of /Sunday's bouts. And high gun on the aggregate score of all j four events will earn the High Over All trophy. j Besides the Strawberry Shoot, the Thurmont Club has -two other clay target meets coming up on its home grounds |this month. On Saturday and Sunday, June 20 and 21, it will jhost the Maryland State Preliminary Championships. Then |the following weekend, Thursday, June 25 through Sunday, f June 28, the Thurmont trap fields will be the scene of the CITATION CATFISH - Buck Stockman, Frederick, shows off the 19 pound catfish he caught in the Potomac River Sunday morning. The big forktail weighed 19 pounds and measured 34 inches from end to end.-(Fhoto by Jim Gilford) ' - Maryland State Trapshooting Championships. Softball Standings FREDERICK COUNTY SHOW- PITCH SOFTBALL W L Budweiser Beer 5 l Cozy Corner 5 1 Gold Dust Bin 5 1 Fabric Shop 5 l Urbana Radio, T.V. 5 1 National Beer 4 2 National Guard 3 3 C. Oland Meitzler 2 2 State Police 2 3 Aero-Jet Gen. Corp. 1 5 H. J. Zimmerman 1 5 Independent Hose Co. 1 5 Shepley's Inc. i 5 ATT o 5 LAST WEEK'S RESULTS Fabric Shop 15, Independent Hose Co. 13 Gold Dust Inn 12, Budweiser Beer 11 H. J. Zimmerman 9, National Beer 7 Urbana 6, Aero-Jet Gen. Corp. 5 Budweiser Beer 24, Independent Hose Co. 4 Shepley's Inc. 10, Cozy Corner 6 Fabric Shop 13, ATT 8 State Police 12, National Guard 8 National Guard 11, H.J. Zimmerman 2 Cozy Corner 14, Gold Dust Inn 12 Urbana 13, Shepley's Doc. 7 National Beer 8, Aero-Jet Gen. Corp. 5 Babe Ruth Fndarkktown 8-5, T»Md*y year old Bate Ford was credited n world* tfct flnt fit* Ford allowed one *· tt-15 * ttawta and gave ·» fimrraM oa one bit white Holland, Jackson, sad Gavsr had the hot bats tor Frederick- 4*^a«am ^attttft 4^aa«fc vii» --· /*^^^M» vtfHD ··]···: WTO UHaw ·HHv*db ^IvW* blasted atrtola and Holland chip- pad in with a doable. Ford also a double to bak Us led Btae Bkfee at the plate with twoUts analM- catf bad the otter .for tbe hone^eam. Frederick- abrhbi «krhM Ford « i 1 i Main .2 t'« I, Holland . . . . 4 1 2 ! Ditto 2 9 0 S Hammond .....3 2 0 · Castle .2 I · · Jackson. .3 1 2 1 MetcaJf .J Werkinc 3 11 0 Cobtentz .4 Rippeoa 3 · 1 3 Nikirfc. .4 Gaver 3 1 2 · Shaw Jt Hyssone i 0 0 « Haloes .« Render .J o · t McKeuie....'...I Burtoer 0 0 · 0 Throne 0 Green 2 0 · 0 J. Miller 1 Hied 3. Lambert 1 M. Miller. 3. 0 0 0 0 Totals .»» 8 C Total* -»S 3 0 A Reeder 5th inning; B Green 4th inning; C Ditto 4th inning; D Haines 7th inning; B Throne 4th inning; F S Ried4th inning: GM. Miller 4th inning. Frederickiowa : Ue Oil 3--S Blue Ridge 101 00! 1-S E Fredericktowu--3; Blue Ridge-3, OP Blue Ridge--1; Hysaong made a pop up to catcher, Shaw- and Shaw threw tbe ball to second baseman, Castle and got Gaver out 2B Fredericktown--2; Ford, Holland; Blue Ridge-0; 3B Fredericktown--1;' Gaver; Blue Ridge-0; HR 0; SB Blue Ridge-5: Fredericktown--6. IP H R ER B O Werking 5 2 1 -- 4 3 Lambert 2 1 4 -- 4 5 Miller 3 3 3 -- 2 2 Castle .....1 1 3 -- 3 0 · American iSertoma topped Amvets wnboat scoring an aanwc Tnesday in Americao LittltLsa- goeplay. Itifc* Daonar took the loss tor Amvcts gfvlnf up W unearned run* en seven htts while walking one and striking out four. Andy BadeUffe recorded the win in going tte distance. BadeUffe allowed six runs on six htts as 'he struck out nine and walked flve. Davb Weedon lad Sertoma with two hits including a double and two KHts. Bonjjr Biggus also had two hits including a double tor tte winners* Larry Jesse led tte visitors with two base knocks including a double and a run batted in. Wayne Ibun, Mike Darner, Jeff Cardella and Ron Hammond had the otter htts for Amvets. Hammond's blast was good for two bases. Atttvrts Sertoma abrhbi ·brhb) Main.U 3 1 1 0 Warthing',3b...4 2 1 0 Danner.p 4 2 11 wmtting'c A l l l HamnHMd,c ..3110 Biggus.ss 3 2 2 1 Cardella,3b....2 1 1 1 Radcliffe.p 3 2 0 0 Full,ss .4 0 » 0 Hulford.ll 3 0 0 0 MauUb 1 0 0 0 Wisner.lb 3 1 0 0 Claxtoo.cf-lb.3 0 0 0 Tbomas.cf .3 1 1 1 Custer,rf 2 000 Geiser.2b 3 0 0 0 ·SUber',2b J 6 0 0 Weedon.rf 3. 1 2 2 i,cf 3.121 " Totah 21 c t } Totals 28107 s Amvets 000 JOJ--C Sertoma 370 O0x-I0 2B Jessee, Hammond, Biggus, Weedon. IP H R ER BBSO Radcliffe (W) 6 6 6 3 S 4 Danner(L) s 7 10 0 1 4 HBP by Radcliffe (Custer); By Danner (Biggus Weedon). Former catefrers George Susce and Del Wilber coach with tte Washington Senators. Notional North End Civic Association rallied tor tour runs in tte last toning t» *dge Qpdmists 4-3 in National Little Leagueplay Tuesday* Jeff Comer, who took the loas ·ivu wuivi ftov MIWK iav mimm issued his only two free pas see in tte final frame and then gave up a home run to Terry Fogle to tie tte game. Bob Schants then singled for North End and stole second and third, Schants then scored tte winning run on a single by Ivan Randolph. Coiner gave up tte four runs on flve hits while farming 12 batters. Bob Schantx was tte winning hurler allowing three runs on four hits as be struck out 14 and walked five. Jack Jackson and Chip Hess led Optimists with two hits each at the plate. Schantx led tte winners with two safeties. NECA Optimists abrhbi abrhbi Poole.ss 2 1 1 0 Bowers,lf.rf....2 1 0 0 Fogle,2b 3 1 1 3 Jacksoo.lt 3 2 2 0 Baum'.lb 3 0 0 0 Comer.p 1 0 0 0 Schantz.p 3 1 2 O'Stone.c 2 0 0 0 Murphy,c-3b..3 0 0 0 Hammond,3b..2 0 0 0 Randolph,cf...3 0 1 1 Savage,cf-lf ....3 0 0 0 Thomas.rf 3 0 0 0 Hess.ss-Cf 3 0 2 0 Hanna.lf 2 0 0 0 Royal.Zb 1 0 0 0 SluflleMf o o o o WorreU,2b 2 o o o Cooney.c 1 0 0 0 Mender.ss 1 0 0 0 Fogte,rf .... 0 1 0 0 Dutrow.rf 2 0 0 0 Totals 234 5 4 Totals 223 4 0 NECA .000 004--1 Optimists Z01 000--3 LOB NECA--3; Optimists-6; HR Terry Fogle in 6th with 2 on. IP H R ER BBSO Schantz (W) 6 4 3 0 S 14 Comer (L) 6 5 4 4 2 12 Manager Earl Weaver of the Baltimore Orioles was born in St. Louis, Mo., in 1930. E. Frederick R.F. Kline toet to the Francis Scott Key Lions in the seventh Inning, 2-1, Tuesday inEaetFre- derick Little League action, n Duekett was the losing Aaron pitcher wand* ran while giving up a two and striking out in one inning on tte: Snyder started for KUne worked tte first six allowing one run on one htt white fanning IS. Mike Wood was credited win tte win in rettef of starter Bruce Evorly. Everfy gave up one nm on two hits while striking out nine and walking three. Bandy Baer had tte only bate knock for tte Lions, Marty Hildelbrend and Ouckett had tte singles for KUne. Both teams committed three errors while Kline stranded tour compared to seven by the Lkns. Kline abrhM ..1 · · · ..1 » » t ..1 · 0 I ..1 1 · « ..I 0 0 · ..3 0 t « . 3 0 0 1 abrhbi Weedoo,U ...... 1 0 0 0 Baggett.lf Hilde',2b ....... 2 0 0 0 Selby.rt Webb.rf ......... 1 0 0 0 M.Selby.tt Main.lf .......... 2 1 0 0 Moss,cf Duckett^s ..... 3 0 1 0 D.Selby.lb Mutch'lb ....... 2 0 0 0 Dutrow.n Snyder.p ....... 3 0 0 0 Everly.p McGaha,3b....3 0 0 0 Neei.3b ........... 3 0 0 Ambush.c ...... 2 0 0 0 Palmer.c ....... .1 1 0 Brown.lf ........ 1 0 0 0 White.U ......... J 0 0 Bowie.Zb ....... l 0 0 0 Athey.rf .......... 1 0 0 PadUla.lf ....... 1 0 0 0 Baer.c ........... Jt 0 1 Myer.lb ........ 1 0 0 0 Wood.rf .......... 1 0 0 Leish'.rf ........ 1 0 0 0 Totals ........... 241 2 0 Totals'. .......... JJ2 1 0 Kline .................................... .00» 1M 0-1 Lions ..................................... 010 000 l-t E Kline-3, Lions-- 3; LOB Kline--*; Lions-7. IP Snyder ........................ 6 Duckett ............. 1 Everiy ..................... 6 Wood .......................... 1 R E R B B S O 1 0 1 15 1 0 2 1 1 0 3 9 0 0 0 I Former Dodgers Pete Reiser, Bocky Bridges and Norm Sherry are coaches with the California Angels. Charles Town f FIRST RACE. Purse $2,100, 3 4 YO tMaidrn. IV: Furlongs. iBeszano 114 Tom Scout 12 tAuctionSale 109 LittteGolkte 109 tDalion'sFoUy 109 Green Bow lie *GaDantQuest. ..108 A-Ho 114 fMlssWarD'ce 116 Brtty'sChotce 114 .RenoRoD 114 SizTgFlower... 109 ,Miss Produce 109 Determined Maid. 109 i } SECOND RACE. Purse $1,500, 3 4 YO jMaidon-Claiming, TFnriongs. fSisterLucie l» Sarinka llg ^Satirical .. . m DanishHost 114 FinalThread lit Isastar 11» ^Vaudeville US Kim's Gun . . .114 ^LadyDamion.. ..109 Lark Again n JlurtFeelings 114 Tlanx'sChristy. .109 »FleeceIy 109 She's A Doc t * THIRD RACE, Parse $Z,0«0, 3 YO Up Claiming. 6'A Furlongs. fEleanorDale 115 Irish Galley 117 ^Family Jewels.. .117 Jet Prop 112 :ShiningDeb 112 Half Smite 109 ;Corlay 115 Boaoroo jD'ceForPl'sure . 120 MissFretomnc.... 112 ·Don'sTribe xll2 TheR'ntBracelet 115 TJonGalee 117 Plain Pain. . . . 112 ~ FOURTH RACE, Purse $1,500.4 YO Up Claiming, 7 Furlongs. 'Insured Account ..120 Big Tony xllS ;BlackPhantom ...117 Cure 114 /Till 112 My Character... 117 ^Starban 117 Jimmy's Penny.... 120 FIFTH RACE, Purse $1,390, 4 YO * Up, .Claiming, 6'/; Furlongs. Jtoseau 117 QuatreJim 117 -Ajmtie'sWolf 120 CbrnQuest xH2 Duke Bally mar.. .U7 FlyByWire 117 3«PperDare 120 Mi**Fate 112 .Windy Monday 112 Besforsom* Baby Nail 112 Syrian Prince 117 Tempan 11$ Florida Fling ...117 SIXTH RACE, Purse $1,800, 4 YO A Up, .Fillies Mares, Claiming, 4/t Furlongs. Goya's Lady itlTO She'sASnV»her...ll6 t»anuca 114 Finale Walk 1S3 "LiteChance us Sugar Mama 116 StarChristy 117 WhyDdL. n« ; SEVENTH RACE, Parse tt.feo, 4 YO * ,TJp, Fillies It Mares, Claiming, 7 Furhmgs. .LadyGus .v,.. ..120 Cim'sMustard... .1091 Cto'llaStep U« Sindao 114 ^tollingRiver 114 RnymatfcTune. ..120 BrightAugust 120 Ragtime Lady 114 .Spicy Doe 114 Pen 117 f V EIGHTH RACE, Purse $2.500,4 YO Up, 'AlowaHCc, V/t Furlongs. B.J.'sLady x 112 Calvary Cross.... 122 fritina 117 RoadSport 122 Roman Sugar 117 Priam'sJoker 122 Tricky Nicky lit Ray's Law 122 BhwSwan 117 Fall Fox 11* H'ditrongMaid Ill "t - NINTH RACE, Par* $!,«·. 4 YO A Up. Claiming, one mile and mw-*Meeiia. LirtleSneaky xlO* HeMbomb 114 Much More 114 Mr. Chelsea 117 PoorAndNeedy 120 Late Light 117 IDaddto Native Court xl« Grandl t 114 Medium Done 120 Bright Speed 11 Little Sunshine.... 114 x-5lbs. apprentice allowance claimed. FIRST, $1,500, Maiden/Claiming, 3 YO Maiden, 4'A Furlongs _ Subetuf( Lewis) 22.40-9.20-4.6C Miss Fidget ( Reynolds) 3.80-3.00 Sir Hammer (Clark) 4.20 SECOND, $1,900. Maiden/Claiming, 3 4 YO Maiden S'A Furlongs PreltvVadie (Kloss) 34.SO-I6.00-11.80 Come Kit he (Lewis) 6.20-4.00 Queen Regent (Worley) 4.60 DAILY DOUBLE-(6-4) PAID-!388.80 nAILYDOUBLE-(6-4) PAID-S388.80 THIRD, $1,500, Claiming, 3YO, V/t Furlongs. Highest Endea\ or (Detiege) S.60-2 80-2.60 My DeFer (Thornton) 6.00-1.80 Abie's Rebel (Small) .7.00 Boys Honored At Banquet Local athletes who were members of the Junior Knight Basketball and the Myersville Junior Leage "A" Baseball teams during the past year were honored May 9 with a dinner andprogram at the Middletown High School by parents and coaches. The program included talks y Coach Ron Engle and Robert Robertson, coach from Hagerstown Junior College. J.R. Ramsburg, Jr., served as toastmaster. A presentation of awards included a presentation of recognition medals to each "Jr. Knight" and individual trophies awarded to the Little Leaguers. Trophies were provided by Jeorge Blickenstafif, manager of oth teams, and Mrs. Everitt Moser of Bolivar. Steve Stroup and Tim Fawley, representives of the two teams, extended thanks to those making he evening possible. Blickenstaff was presented witti a blazer by the boys with Ifts of appreciation also given o Lee Ropp and Anon Frashour, both of whom have provided caching assistance with the Myersville "Little League" team. EXACTA-( 1-6) PAID--$26.60 FOURTH, $2,000, Claiming, 3YO, 4'/5 Furlongs. Charging Indian (Myers) 5.40-3.20-2.60 Sneaky Pete (Roberts) 5.60-3.00 Gun Passer (Warner) 2.60 FIFTH, $1,500, Claiming, 4YO UP, 7 .Furlongs. Wild Seed (Cannon) 18.00-7.40-3.60 Patty's Challenge (Worley) 5.00-3.00 Quibu's Comet (Dalgo) 2.40 SIXTH, $1,500, Claiming, 4YO UP, 4'/4 Furlongs. Polomus (Wilmer) 5.60-3.60-2.80 Trolea(Pajne) 4.00-2.80 Secret Male (Lewis) 3.20 F,XACTA-(8-5) (3-5) PAID-$1,693.20 11-TICKETS. SEVENTH. $1,800, Claiming, 4YO UP, 6'/i Furlongs FlrstSalvo (Freshman) 5.00-2.80-2.40 Alkalite (Cannon) 3.60-2.40 Foot Rullah (Lewis) 2.80 E\ACTA-(2-3)PAID-SM.40 EIGHTH. $2,700. Allowance, 4YO UP 6'A Furlongs LadvGalaxy (Grove) 5.80-4.20-2.80 Chip (Lew is) 9.40-5.60 Harem Prince (Witmer) 3.00 . NINTH. $1.500, Claiming. 4YO UP, 7 Furlongs Midnight (Thornton) 10.80-4.80-1.00 ChedderCbfese(Clark) 8.40-5.00 Re Punctual (Cape) 4.00 E\ACT4-(2-8) PAID-$143.40 VTTEND ANCE~3,226HANDLE-$243,5 5 Minor League Final registration for the Frederick Breakfast Optimist minor league will be held on June 3-4 at Staley Park from 6*7 p.m. All boys interested in playing Baseball in the league and all boys who played last year must register. THE WRESTLING TWINS AIR FORCE ACADEMY, Colo. APMhe Donaldson twins from Navato, Calif., looked Identical to their teammates on the freshman wrestling team at the U.S. Lir Force Academy. The dlf- erence was that Kirt wrestled at 118 pounds and his twin Ken at 126. NEW LOW PRICE! GENERAL TIRE L VI 8.50-13 COMPACTS INTERMEDIATES 7.75-14 7.75-15 STANDARD CARS 8.25-14 8.25-15 BIG CARS iS.55-14 Tubeless whitewall prices plus $1.78 to $2.53 Fed. x. Tax per tire depending on sizes plus exchange casing. RADIAL PLY Invest In Mileage... General JET-RADAN · 4-ply rayon cord belt under the dual tread for strength and long mileage · 2 rayon cord radial plies for stability and handling FIBERGLASS BELTED in MIN CHICK . . . Should our supply of some tire sixes or lines run snort during this event, we will honor any orders placed now for future dtlivtry at the advertised price. General JUMBO 780* TWIN-STRIPE WHITEWALLS · Long mileage fiberglass belt · Tough polyester cord body* · Original equipment on 1970 cars series construction GENERAL WESTERN MARYLAND GENERAL TIRE INC . ,, 1 1 H kVd G OUMftAL TRIES... WORTH DRIVING ACROSS TOWN TO OfT NEWSPAPER! .'SPAPERf

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