ntgomery's en Housing al Sept. 21 ate Set By jdge Shook Vom The Montgomery County Bureau CKVILLE -- Judge Kath- I. Shook of the Circuit Court ;et Sept 21 for a full trial ic legality of the county's housing law. Ige Shook also signed an Â· canceling the hearing h had been set for Thurs- morning on a request for a lorary injunction against ordinance by opponents of law. e injunction would have Iced enforcement of the law a full trial could decide case on its merits. ie court action prevents the i Montgomery Citizens League, whose attorney Joe M. Kyle filed thÂ« challenge, from delaying enforcement of the law by a temporary injunction and thÂ«?n i seeking postponement of the iriat. The Citizens League is con' testing the ordinance, enacted by the County Council in July, on the grounds that the Council exceeded its powers in passing it and that therefore the law is unconstitutional. The League also contends that the Board of Elections Supervisors should not have refused to receive and process a petition seeking a referendum on the matter. The petition drive spearheaded by Bethesda publisher William Prescott Allen gathered more than 10,000 signatures of persons opposing the "fair housing law." The county has contended that the ordinance was properly passed under the Council's police powers governing the health and safety of the populace and is not subject *.o referendum. Terps In For Trouble THE NEWS, Frederick, Maryland Page B-7 Friday, September 8. 1W7 A local drought in the State The first coin specifically au- atherman isn t neag- of Ja lisco in Mexico can mean tl.orized for issuance in the when 8 he predicts party t national disaster, the Nation- united States was the Fugio ihe principality of Monaco u.i the Frencrt Riviera is only half the size of New York's Centra! Park. The weatherman isn't hedg ing c'oudy or "partly sunny" skies .. , .. Last year Maryland's then Mike Grace and Tom Plevin, the Terrapins might not be cap- ^ _ _ football coach, Lou Saban, lack- wi n hold down the center of the able of that. tenths to seven-tenths of the sky fc d a good quarterback. So he , ine Pat Baker and LO U Brack- It looks like a long and dull ^,1 b e ^TfJl'Sf,, *%Â£ Rainfall went into the linebacker ranks m be at the defensive end s. sca son at College Park unless diction of slow y rising; t.mp between Wh Â° Three soohomores. Don Kec- Ward discovers another Pastra- Â«Â·Â«Â«Â»Â£Â« jgSSta"he follo* Three sophomores Don Kec- Ward discovers another Pastra- ^L^n^rPaSSr-told --^""hllfback' '^ '^ new coach Bob Ward he couldn't fiter a Â£Â£^ ka ^ nM Jg. play this year because ot rns . f - t m bad knee, which leaves.us with "Uens ^ ^ ^ ^^ the diagnosis that " W a r d can t H etrick. who signed a come up with a q^terback this basL . ball contract .ear, he will be lucky to win a H . , - , . - 1 Geographic says. Mexico's 41 ^^ rf , ?87 ft forecast means that three m jili O n people rely on Jalisco . for their staff of lifexorn. warning that TMÂ« 1 ^ fluctuates American. MIND YOUR BUSi- a year. NESS. Rainfall in the state 55 Ward anv- gÂ«mes this year, opening with - Â·Â·-Â·-,- v, H^cn-t win since Oklahoma. They play usual po- way. if he doesnt win Mute houses Syracuse and Penn already he has made enemas of with six AUantic m a n y o f h e s t u ^ n t s o n ampus conference teams. who don't like the rough way ^ th| . OURh no fault of Ward he handles .us Pj a y ers - , tne Terns cou'd be headed for Ward, the third coach, in th.ee "| lew season in years . years at Maryland is reported^ Pastrana gone they lack looking towards soph Chuck Dn attack and ^^ mal as Pastrana s replace ^.^ ^ runnep attack to ma ke inent. , ..., fnr ; t As a freshman Drimal com- "P ^Â° r llf a in pleted 12 of 31 for 226 yards_and J^TM^ you have to sc8ore ooints to win in football, and Sept. 30--at Oklahoma Oct. 7--Syracuse 14--North Carolina State 21--at North Carolina 28--at South Carolina 4--Penn State 11--at Clermon 17--at wake Forest J5-Virginia Nov 4-- f n g!2 hours. The Canada goose can sub-! m^rge for three minutes and swim one hundred yards under water, the National Geographic says. 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V a n Heusen. who began as a quarterback, later switched to halfback before finding his home as a receiver. Maryland needs a good passing attack because the running is nil. Billv Lovett was the leading ground ganier for Maryland with 451 yards. But most of those came in one game. Ernie Torain, last year's sec ond leading ground gainer has been relegated to the No. 2 ^ail- back position, Torain has shown fashes of brilliance at times, but he has not been able to put together a whole season. Soon Kennv Button will take ever the tailback spot. He is -ne of the faster men on a team that doesn't have too m u : h fpeed. Another sophomore, Jimmy i awrence, takes over the flank- -r s n ot from Bobby Collins, who graduated. Fiv2 letterman and two sopns .vill hold down the offensive line. Along wit'.i Van Heusen at ond will be Ron Pearson and Chuc-c Tine at guard. Rick Carlson at tight end and Tom Myslmki at lack'e. 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