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Frederick, Maryland
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Friday, September 8, 1967
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9) ni Gome Unit Sets Public Hearings Coming up later this month at various locations throughout the state are a series of public meetings scheduled by the Maryland Commission on Game and Inland Fish. The purpose of these meetings is to give sportsmen in the state ample opportunity to say what they think about proposed regulations which will appear on the agenda for the Commission's regular meeting in Annapolis this October. These changes in t h e fish and game regulations have been proposed to the Commission by the game and fish department. Public meetings will be held: SEPTEMBER 18 -Cumberland, Fort Hill H i g h School, 7:30 p.m. SEPTEMBER 19 -- Baltimore. Edmondson H i g h School (opposite EdmorrJ- son Village). 7:30 p.m. SEPTEMBER 20 --Cambridge, County Cour' House, 7:30 p.m. SEPTEMBER 21 --Annapolis, State Office Building, 7:30 p.m. Proposed changes in t ; ie regulations to be discussed at these meetings include: 1. Open seasons, size and creel limits on game and fresh water fish in non-tidal waters for 1968. 2. To include a portion of Big Gunpower Falls in Baltimore County as a designated trout stream. To delete Wolf Den Run in Garrett County as a designated trout stream because of mine acid pollution. 3. TO discontinue the use of barbless hooks in L h e special fish for fun area on Hunting Creek in Frederick County and possible deletion of the area itself. 4. Antlerless deer regulation for 1967. 5. A special deer season in Dorchester. Wicomico, Somerset and Worcester Counties to allow the hunter to kill one deer of either x\ during the regular firearms season, Nov. 24-Dec. 2, 1957. j. Bonus Scaup Duck Season for 1967-68. 7. Closing the season on canvasback ducks for th.? 1967-68 waterfowl season. 8. Prohibit the placing c»" any type of feed or salt so as to constitute a lure, attraction or enticement for any wild bird or wild animal on Department owned land or waters. 1. Require captive waterfowl to be confined in voofed, closed structures where they canno'. be seen beginning 10 days before and thioughout the open waterfowl season in areas where there will be waterfowl hunted. 10. Require written -v- ports from licensed falconers and prohibit the killing, capturing or possession of peregrine falcons in Maryland. Mourn ng Dove Opener Maryland opens the first half of its mourning dove season today at 12 noon Eastern Standard Time (1 p.m. daylight t i m e ) . This portion of the split season runs through Oct. 28. The second half extends from Dec. 19 through Jan. 6. Required of dove hunters is a 1987 Maryland hunting license but NO migratory bird stamp. D a i 1 y shooting hours are 1? noon to sunset E.S.T. Daily ')ag limit is 12, and after" the opening day, possession limit is 24. Bowhunter Tune-L ! p The Tuscarora Archers are having a 28 target broad- head shoot this Sind-'v it their hom e range starting at 1:00. Deer targets will be set up at each position. This affair is open to the public and it's a good chance for bowhunters to get used to shooting broadheads again in preparation for the coming archery season. New Book On Trout Charlie Fox, dean of Eastern trout fishermen an-1 member of the Fishing Hall of Fame, has just finished another book--his second- on trout. This one he's tabbed "Rising Trout". And ii takes up where his first one. "The Wonderful World of Trout" left off. In "Rising Trout". Cha--lie combines years of personal trout stream experience and know how with f knowledge of angling literature i;nd trout lore to talk tackle, technique and trout in a way that informs. A keen and meticuloas observer and a critical reporter, Charlie Fox has lon^ been associated with new developments in fresh water angling. He was among the first to use light plugs and tournament tackle for bass and his book on this subject, "Advanced Bait Casting", is now a hard-to-find classic. Charlie was in the thick of it when the terrestrial patterns--the first completely American fly patterns- were developed. In his latest .contribution, he brings his rare brand of originality to such problems as what fish see and what the angler sees of the fish. He tackles the varied and specialized techniques of fishing the sunken fly in daylight and at night. Much more is covered. And throughout this volume is woven the challenge of fishing for streamwise trout and the theme of modern trout management. Copies ($7.50) of this limited edition--each volume U numbered and autograpn- ed--are available from Fox- crest, Box !, Carlisle. R.D. 6. Pa. 17013. Nicklaus Favored In Golf Tourney C-T Entries, Results First Race, Purse il.Joo, Two-Year-Old Maidens, Four and a Halt Furlongs. King Ron 122 Flighty Lass xlU Mi. M.M.E. 122 Red Ash x l U More Pintor 122 Nassua Jaunt 119 Lady's Traveler 122 Watch Me D'ce 122 War Lis xlU Who's Pop 119 Too Bad Bob 122 Dark Wood U2 Show Bei-nie 122 Red Chef 122 Second Race, Pune Jl.JOO, Three-Year- olds and Up, Claiming (11250), six and a Half Furlongs. X112 Sure Front 120 X115 Source Ot Lite x l l S Alator x l ! 2 Tacaro Dates x l l S Jim Sail X112 You Quill Judi's Barter Turnelil William L. Natural Morn Seven Docs Nevalita Mr. Mystic 120 120 112 x l l S 115 x l l S Third Race, Purse si,200, Three and Four-Year-Old Maidens, Four and a Half Furlongs. Uncle Loot Many Faces Tin Bender Lena Vee Bay Dancer Caudilla Glenda Irene xlU 9ioht!y Mine It 5 Qui: setta 115 Batlinq Babu 115 S i l v e r Ann 118 Spy Bird 1 1 5 C a r o : m a Love x l l O Anolher Sadye 118 115 X 1 I 7 115 X l U 115 x l l O Fourth Race, Purse $1 ,400, Three and Four-Year-Old, Allowance, Seven Furlongs. Nastana 112 Tender Foot 115 Cottage Image x!07 Red Dancer 115 Pappy's Desire 115 Banker's Winq 112 Filth Race, Purse 11,100, Three-Year- Olds and Up, Claiming HUSO), Six and a Half Furlongs. No Contention x l l S J a c e e Queen x l ! 2 Orbit Again 112 Career Man 120 Local Trade x l l S l n p p o i n t x l l S Open Hearted xl 12 Rupprecht x l l S Bar Kochbar 120 B r o w n Beads x l l ? Anna E. W. 117 Penny Grand 117 Mprry Barque x l l ? Sixth Race, Purse 11,200, Three-Year- Olds and Up, Claiming (413501, Six and a Half Furlongs. You Do So 120 Red A ' i b i P e a r l T 117 T U- btiri-w Princess Nagro 117 Whr/-. On Top Bus Driver x 1 1 5 De-, ·_,(.·'·. Deliight Kaqnew (Small) 3 co Miss Motive, Allen's Delight, Tuf.'y Rullah. George Goose. Time--.53 3-5. F I F T H , $1,200, Claiming, 3-Year-O!ds and Up, 4 1 ; Furlongs. Lonesome Jim (Small) 5.80-4,00-2.40 Atlas (Davidson) 5 00.4 QQ Green Caravel (V Espinosa) 4 0 0 BattelaCora, Kibby H., Tom's Shamrock, Duchets Tin, Shakedown Cruise. Time--.54. S I X T H sl,200, Claiming, 3 Year-Olds ar d Up, 6 . Furlongs Crazy oBnes (Gustines) 7.20-320-2.80 Frankish Don (Small) 3 80-?.00 Sugar Pop (Davidson) 3 2 0 St. Sebaldus Last Rep:/, Northern oCde, Senator, Ring Shut, Miss Van ty Tim3-- I.Z3 1-5. S E V E N T H , $1,400, A l l o w a r c e , 3 and 4 Y e a r O d , 4' 7 Furlongs Hello Huckster (v Espinosa) 8 . 8 0 4 . 4 0 - 3 10 Blurred (L. Reynolds) 4.2.0-2.EO Brite Beau (Grove) 2 40 Harvest Queen, Roman Lighting, Dumplin Darling. Late scratch--Cordial Liz. Time--.54. E I G H T H , ;l,300, Claiming, j a, d 4 Y t - . l r - O l f t s , 4 ' , Furlonqs Love Li.tie (Oepalo)'o ^0-7.25 Timmie G. (Sisler) 9 40-4.40 A l w a y s Frisky (Grove) 10.A3 Baby Bull, Burnley Girl, Valley Vamp, Roving Glance, Helen's Crasher Time -.54 3-5. AKRON, Ohio ( A P ) -- National champion Jack Nicklaus and British Open titlist Roberto de Vicenzo were quoted 1-2 favorites in the World Series of Golf, a 36-hcle showdown which begins Saturday and ends Sun- aay. Nicklaus, who captured the initial World Series in 1962 and then repeated in 1963 was a 2-1 favorite, a shade ahead of De Vicenzo, a 44-year-old South American quoted at 5-2. Rounding put the World Series -which brings together the winners of the four major championships--were Masters champion Gay Brewer and Don January, the winner of the PGA. Brewer was rated at 3-1 and January at 7-2 by an odds-mak- ir.g British agency in the run from the top prize of $50,000. Second place is worth $15,000, third place $7,500 and $5,000 t'oes to the man who finishes !f,st. Nicklaus. the leading money winner on tour with official earnings of $156,000, is nearing Line Scores Hous. 010 010 000 000 000--2 13 1 San Francisco 000 000 002 COO 001--3 13 0 Von Hoff, Dukes ( 9 ) , House ( 9 ) , Sherry ( 9 ) , Eilors ( 1 2 ) , and Adlesh; Herbel, Linzy ( 9 ) , Henry ( 1 ) , McDaniel (10), Gibbon ( 1 2 ) , Bolin ( 1 5 ) and Haller, Dietz ( 9 ) . W--Bolin 6-8. I^-Eilers, 3-3. Atlanta noo 000 200 2 10 2 Pittsburgh 000 220 OOx--4 10 1 Niekro, Ritchie (6) and Uecker, Torre ( 7 ) ; Sisk, Pizarro (9) and May. W--Sisk, 11-12. L-- Niekro. 11-8. International League Richmond 10, Toledo 1, Richmond leads best-of-5 series, 2-0. Rochester 3, Columbus 0. best-of-5 series tied 1-1. $200,000 in unofficial earnings. Although the series is sanctioned by the PGA, the loot does not count in official earnings. De Vicenzo, Brewer and January will be making their first nppearances in a World Series. Nicklaus has been in every 0112 except 1964 and last year lost to Gene Littler in a sudden death playoff. Lonborg Hurls Boston Past Yanks, M BOSTON ( A P ) -- Boston ace Jim Lorborg conquered a longstanding hex and fashioned his !9th victory, hurling the Red ?ox to a 3-1 victory over the New York Yankees Thursday r.ight. Rico Petrocelli drove in the tirst two Boston runs with his 14th homer and a double as the Ked Sox picked up ground in the fantastic American League pennant chase. The Red Sox' third straight victory left them one percentage point behind Minnesota. 4-2 winner over Baltimore. Boston. Minnesota, Chicago r.nd Detroit started the day in a virtual tie for first place. The White Sox and Tigers were idle. Lonbo'-g allowed only three hits, including a homer by Tom Tresh, in going the distance at Fenway Park for the first time :-ince May 19. He has completed just three of 13 outings at home. The lanky right-hander, who has lost only seven games, si ruck out 10, boosting his season total to 210. He walked only two. New Yo:k 000 000 JOO-- 1 3 1 Boston 010 001 02x--3 10 0 Stottlemyre, Womack (8) and Gibbs: Lonborg and Howard. W--Lonborg, 19-7. L--Stottlemyre. 14-12. "Home runs--New York, Tresh ( 1 4 ) . Boston, Petrocelli ( 1 4 ) . Cincinnati Ruins Short's Wedding Day By 9-2 Score PHILADELPHIA ( A P ) -- Lee : May's three-run triple in the sixth inning ruined Chris Short's I Bedding day by leading Cincin- 1 nati to a 3-1 victory over Philadelphia Thursday night. Short, who was married earlier in the day, set down the Reds without a hit for the first five innings, but singles by Leo Cardenas and Tommy Harper and a walk to Tommy Helms loaded the bases in the sixth, 'vlav's triple to center emptied them CinriniiaU 000 003 000--3 5 2 Phil. 000 000 001--1 11 2 Pappas, Abernathy (9) and Bench; Short, Farrell (8) and Dalhvmple. W--Pappas, 15 10. L--Short. 7-9. Tony Still Out BOSTON ( A P ) -- The Boston Red Sox learned Thursday that Tony Conigliaro's return to the ;ine-up still remains a question. The 22-year-old slugging out- tie'der was examined at the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary, where doctors found what a hosoital spokesman said was "some persistent swelling in back of his left eve." B-2 THE NEWS, Frederick, Maryland Friday. September 8, 1967 75-80 Drag-A-Way Friday Night, Sept. 8th WILD BILL SHREWSBERRY L. A. DART DON'T MISS--NEED WE SAY MORE! CECIL YOTHER vs MALCOLM DURHAM Melrwe Missile v 3 ' S"iP Blazer V Chevy Note: Malcolm May Have All New Supercharged Camaro PLUS REGULAR DRAG RACING AND MONEY TO ALL ELIMINATORS Saturday Night, Sept. 9th Modified Gasser Meet $100 Bond 1st Place $50 Bond 2nd Place $75 Bond Super Top Slock Elim . $50 Bond Jr. Stock Ehm. $50 Bond Factory Pure Stock Elim. 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. , DON'T MISS ACTION DRAG RACING SATURDAY NIGHT! MASON -DIXON ORAGWAY FRIDAY NIGHT, SEPT. 8 TURBOSTAND 1000 H.P. Tt RHINE E^S'GINE MUSTANG Versus THE llth COMMANDMENT 900 H.P. Camaro--Tampa, Fla. 2 Best Of 3 Match Races GATES OPEN 6 P. M. ELIMINATIONS 9 P. M. SUNDAY EVE., SEPT. 10 STOCK ELIM. $30--$25--ROUND MONEY STREET ELIM. $50--$25--ROUND MONEY PURE STOrK--$15 BIKE ELIM.--S15 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 I'.S. 1» T W I N DOUBLE -- ( 4 - 4 - 7 - 4 ) , 24 Tickets. Paid--tT47 00; N I N T H , S I . 3 0 0 . Cl.liminq, .1 Yt,r Olds and Up, 1 1 16 Miles Sun Tom (Marinaccio) 14.40-4 00-4 40 Congratulations (Sigler) 1303-4.40 Oh (Grove) 5 4 0 Skyperioi, Pavo:inc Girl, Gestimat:, Bull Hero, Great Borough. Time--1.51. Attendance--3,794, Handle--$514,301 _ . 120 C o v e r Ol x l l S D . u V e F i 120 !07 II 1 1 1 7 120 l l S R.nq Shut F a t h e r Jim Emperor J Seventh Race, Purse $1,200, Three Year- Olds and Up, Claiming ( J l 2 5 0 ) , Six and a Half Furlonqs. l l ' C P i . Q t B ' . ' . K O M x l 1 5 S ' d w - w OdiU'T 1?0 N . t ^ v C u t t i - r l."j Juiend M 7 V ,i,fa ·, L ^ss-t' 1 ! ? Nngv].n Our Buq Blue Scout L u s n ^ f t i Cherokee Ford Last Leaf Pam's R i v e r Eighth Race, Purse J1.800, Three Year Olds and Up, Allowance, Seven Furlongs. R o y a l Hi Man l U i i K t i r b.i r ,1! jl.l M l Frosted Prince 1U H.ue V r i s c n I 1 '.' T r o j a n Belle 111 a G l o r y Beam 1:0 F l y i n g North IDv A - Mrs A J l a c o s t e e n t r y Ninth Race, Purse 43,000, T h r e e - Y e a r Olds and Up, Allowance, four and a Hall Furlongs. Bank B'k Sadye 1 1 2 ' A e . e S..m '.' Opera Charn.. I x 1 1 A P r uirn ·. J o k e r 1 .'(J L i t t l e Doll x l u v C h e t v v y r . d 1 .' 1 Tenth Race, Purse $1,300, Three Olds and Up, Claiming ( S 1 7 5 0 ) , One anc. · Sixteenth. Year Mile a B a r b i l e r o Secret Sis Hugh O'Neill Abadun be Punctua i u » II; B i l l Oi 1 U G y p s y s 1 1 7 B e c k y s IU Jan W i g h t s Ao Dull Late .Model STOCK CAR RACING Saturday Night S IV M. Tin- All \« St. 'Ihoniiis Spccduiiy ."i M i l r s West Of ( haniliershurt;. Pa. just off r.s. :;» GO-GO-GO... A A entry X i Lb-, R. Mar 1 in df:d V r s H C V.iughn a p p r e n t i c e rtllowance ml aimed ndi-n 2 Ycrtr O cl F I R S T . J1 20D Mdid Maidens, 4 i f ur.ongs Droopy Ears (Howard) 5 2 0 3 0 0 3 4 0 Ann Fan (Ford) « 2 - - 3 40 Mr. Rtmut (Wood) 4.«0 Lat* Moon, Sara's Singing. Petiel, Ml» Fat*. Bank On Taber. Red Fan, Dr. Snave. Time-- M 2 5 SECOND $I.J30. Claiming and Up. 6 , Fur.ongs Mr. Mystic (Sigler) 3«. 00 13 00 I to SI. Siman Stock (Custmes) 4,tO 3 10 She's My Girl (Small) t 40 P»nn yGrand, Mr L-jndy, Native Bird, North Channel, Creainona Lil, Carmen Aurum, Alator. Time-- 1. 13. DAILY DOUBLE -- (10-J); Paid-- $M. 40 T H I R D 11 ?00 vaidp 4 Year Old VrtKlrnv 6 Near H«r« (McCee) Pri*tt*» (Johnson) C l*irninq. i afl Furlong", f 10 » 3 J« 4 4O 3 40 Ph*lpr»or*tc«nl (Outlines) 400 My ··lloscop*. Loilla«l, Knock Around, Day Of Delphi, flick Oinny, Spe*4way Dancer CMvd Bank Time-- 1 3 3 I S F O U R T H 1 ?10 la.m A-xl Up. t -, f n-Knjs Peter* m (DavMton) Dtttona't PrM* (Grave) oirt. Jt M S ··).(* 1 W ).t» "Blazing Action in the Afternoon!" HAGERSTOWN RACi COURSE The Only Daytime Racing in the Area! SiPT. 11-30 Post Time 1:30 PM DAILY DOUBLE cfos«t , 2 0 PM QUINELLA ON 5fh 9th RACES I A O I I S ' D A r T U E S D A Y lodiei Admitted Free (10 Ton) FOR ENERGY FOR VITALITY FOR THE THING THAT FOOTBALL PLAYERS ARE MADE FROM DRINK A QUART OF REFRESHING MILK A DAY Pick It t'p At Your Store Or Delivered To Your Door Phone Your Route Salesman H«2-."1."1 I D E A L F A R M S D A I R Y NORTH M A R K E T KXT.. F R E D E R I C K . Ml). At $ 1795, the one in the middle must be crazy to guarantee its engine for a lifetime. Like a fox. The SAAB "Shrike" 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 24l"!lonths or 24,000 miles, no cost for labor.) £·* 7OC/ J--I ^^ TM ^"^ Prices start at p*4 P.O.E. tin CMII. r to win C«K.) CHRISTOPHER R CUSTER, Inc. W. Patrick St. Ext. Frederick, Md. SAKRETE sold by Mays Hardware Frederick Shopping Center Frederick, Md. 443-5575 SAKRETE sold by (Juynn's Hardware 12 East Patrick St. Frederick, Md.--MO J-2411 SAKRETE sold by Frtdcric-k Brick Works 184 East South Street Frederick, Md. -- MO 7-1153 SAKRETE sold by Mover Cramer Paint Hardware | 9730 Main Street Damascus, Md. }S3-}2«8 SAKRETE sold by Thurmont Hardware Thurmont, Md. CR 1-5701 Seal your black top drive lor new beauty and longer lite Add new beauty and longer life to your drive, walk or parking area by applying a thin coat of SAKRETE' 1 LIQUID BLACK TOP SEALER. In a few hours, you'll have a lustrous, jet black finish that resists weather and wear. One gallon covers approximately 60 square feet. If your driveway needs repairs use SAKRETE BLACK TOP . . . the black top mix in a convenient bag. You just place and tamp. One 80-pound bag covers approximately 7 square feet, 1" thick. FREE "How-To" Booklet; 19 easy projects f u l l y illustrated. Available at the sign of the Yellow Diamond your hardware, lumber, garden or b u i l d i n g supply dealer. Campbell Products Towson. Maryland 21204 By H»r r) r T. Campbell Sons' Corp.-A Subsidiary o The Flintkote Co. Build and repair with these quality SAKRFIT" products B CONCRETE M I X - f o r ce 'I ment jobs 2" thick or more :[ B SAND MIX - for p a t c h i n g ' I steps, sidewalks, walls MORTAR M I X - f o r laying brick, stone or block \ 1 PLASTER MIX - for repairing walls and ceilings SACRETE it the registered trade mat of SAKRETE. Inc. SAKRETE sold by N. 7.. Cramer Son. Inc. Woodsboro, Md. ·4HS71 SAKRETE sold by Caveo Building Center 9*1 Martn Mar««t St. Frederick, Md Ml-ltK

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