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SQUAD WILL HAVE TO TAKE FIELD AGAIN
'Operation Deer' Cuts Quantico's Herd by One
By WHEELER JOHNSON
G*me count* by wardens at
the Marine Corps School* at
Quantico Indicated there were
more than 6.00# deer roaming
the 57,000 acres open for hunt
ing on the reservation.
With this In mind, a small
squad of hunters started out on
opening day with the greatest
expectations that before night
fall the herd would be reduced.
And so It was. When Opera
tion Deer was over through the
squad's efforts, the herd num
bered 5,990. Since Capt. Bill
Windsor, who is Quantico's
chief warden, feels that the
herd should be trimmed by at
least 1.000 to maintain It in top
condition there must be a se
quel to this story. The squad
has got to get in action again
before the season closes.
Choosing Leader Is Easy
Comdr. Heinrich Heine, ÜBN,
retired, automatically became
our CO for the expedition. He
had served at the base and aft
er his retirement in 1961 gave
much of his time in helping the
conservation projects that have
made Quantico distinguished in
this field. The commander
knows almost every foot of the
rugged area, and with his lead
ership failure was unthinkable.
Then, too. the expedition had
a captain along—Capt. Homer
Richardson, commander of the
Metropolitan Police Depart
ment’s fourth precinct. Rich is
a veteran deer hunter and the
woods of Quantico aren’t new
to him.
The expedition could have
had a quartermaster corps,
since Johnny Mandls, the Mar
ket Inn’s mercurial driving
force was along. But he was
destined for bigger things. He
got the only deer.
The chief scouts were a tire
less duo, John Dudley of Grove
ton, Va., a long-time deer
hunter, and Bterlon Hutchins,
manager of the Palls Church
Bowling Centex, who haunts
the woods as often as he can
during deer season.
First Operations Base
The writer of these little es
says tagged along to watch tht
experts work out.
Our commander placed our
WATER UNE
Salton City 'soo'
Is Wild Boat Race
Bk
By HANK BOWMAN
Star Special Writer
If you don’t follow hot boats,
the Sal ton City “500” may
sound like a Mayor’s committee
for civic betterment. It ain’t.
It's a speed boat race, dad, held
on a 4-mile triangular course
in California on Salton Sea. a
below-sea-level salt water lake.
Anyone with an outfit 13 to
25 feet In length, either out
board or inboard powered, can
try to qualify. This year 131
entries were pared down to the'
80-boat starting field divided'
evenly between outboards and
inboards.
Unless your rig can cavort
down the straightaways at over
60 on a mixed chop of white
crested waves 2 feet and high
er, you better stay on the beach
’cause this desert rooster tail
fracas Is the wildest competi
tive speed event since chariot
racing. It combines a little bit
of a lot of other sports: diving,
flying, trampoline jumping,
tight rope walking.
** * *
You may think I’m billdlng
up to the snapper that I was a
big hero and won the event.
Sorry, no snapper today.
I did have an entry in. the
race. A Glastron 17-footer pow
ered by a 427-cu.-in. Inter
ceptor with a Casale V-drive.
The rig was a real bomb. The
boat was rugged. I wasn’t.
The Glastron, U-74, listed
with me as driver, did a far
better than respectable job. It
was the fourth of four inboards
that completed the whole five
century grind, but I didn’t.
Our boat, like the others that
weren’t winners, had a supply
of what, in racing parlance is
called "but fors”.
*• * *
Excerpts from my log list a
few of our “but fors”.
Three days before the race
we give the course a try. My
co-driver. Bob Hammond, Aus
tin, Tex., turns a couple of
four-milers at over 70. One at
74! My first try on a timed lap
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A deer hunt briefing is held across the car’s
hood. Comdr. Heinrich Heine, maps for Sterlon
Hutchins, facing the camera, John Dudley,
partially hidden, and Johnny Mandis, the area
, first base of operations along a
little creek. He had selected
, stands the night before and
marked them with foil paper so
’ we could find them In the dark.
’ It still was dark when we made
| our way into the woods and the
, first streak of light came 20
minutes or so later.
Our first base nearly brought
success to several of us. Dudley
crossed the creek and found
, himself a stand in a tree. Un
i fortunately, when light came.
; he learned that he had the
i company of severol other hunt
ers on stands in his area.
Five deer came through the
woods just after it became light
enough to see well and Dudley
: picked himself out a big buck
that was well wll h1 n .range.
; Just as he was about to fire, a
By HANK BOWMAN
we drop 500 r.pm. A cracked
cylinder head and leaking
gasket. Bob flies to LA. gets
; parts. Ray Atwood and Jim
Black pull the engine down and
1 rebuild it at the motel on
Thursday.
Late Friday, running again.
Saturday. First of two 5-hour
race days. End of 10 days, rid
ing third. Plenty of reserve.
Smooth ride. At about 48 mile
we hit a bad wake. Carom all
over the boat. Two laps later,
water pump belt slipping. En
i gine overheating. Into pits for
{first stop of 19. End of 72
| miles. Black in for me. Pain In
chest.
** * *
Only one fuel stop first five
hours. Bilge pump causing
trouble. Water splashing on
ignition. Lost prop blade, crew
change propeller under water
in 12 minutes. End first day,
9th inboard, 17th overall.
Three broken ribs taped up,
released from Indio Hospital.
Black and Atwood work all
night, change cooling, numer
ous minor repairs. Water scoop
leaks before start. Off 15 min
, | utes late.
Wilson and Doug Fowler in
Interceptor-Ramos running
bow to bow through the 375-
mile mark. Fowler’s rig quits.
U-74 closing. Hallett’s Allison
V-12 running second at 400.
Three laps later Hallett out.
Second taken over by Jack Sal
-1 mon in Aero Marine Allison.
Salmon out 436 miles. Looks as
; though Hammond and Black
have third sewed up when Dick
! Hess In Aqua-Craft Pontiac Job
comes in for a pit stop. We’re
running in the same lap but
! U-74 has to take on oil.
Only 8 laps to go. I replace
Black. Hammond’s still at the
helm and finally takes checker
In fourth. Then, on safety lap,
it happened again. Bob Is
thrown through the half
moon windshield as shaft
wedged back Into the rudder.
Though we finished the “500”
under power, we arrived in
• Victory lane on the end of a
i towline. ,
hunter who hadn’t seen thej:
deer, stepped out from behind
a tree and the buck and his I
harem were gone in a flash.
He took a shot, but his cause |
already was lost on that bunch.
Later another hunter felled a.
buck before he could get to
Dudley.
About this time I heard a
patter of little feet in the
woods across the cheek from
my stand. Sure enough, there
was a small doe. probably from;
the spooked bunch sighted by i
Dudley. But she was at least 75 {
yards away and shielded by the
trunks of a close copse of sap
lings. I didn't think I could
get a clean shot and rather
than wound her, I let her go on;
her way.
Only a few moments later I
heard a couple of shots down
the line where Capt. Richard
son was stationed.
“Well, there goes the doe,” I
thought.
Buck Is Tricky
A little later Heine came by |
and began to call us In. He
i thought it was time to shift
i base. As we walked up to Rich
ardson's stand we inquired
about his luck.
"Got a buck up on the hill
there,” he replied. “One of the
best racks I’ve seen In a long
time.”
We all crossed the creek and
1 went up the hill to see the prize.
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Photo.
But no deer could we find.
Rich says he fired twice at the
buck and on the second shot it
went down and never stirred.
He was so certain it was a
clean kill he never bothered to
go to it.
New Base Chosen
Heine, in hunting for a trail,
saw a big buck with a fine rack
disappear through the woods
and we figured that Rich’s
pumpkin ball probably had
creased the buck and stunned.
Then the wiley old fellow
played possum for a little while
and slipped away.
After spreading maps of the
area out on the hood of a car,
Heine chose a new base of op
erations. This time we went to
Training Area 12, and were to
deploy along the North Branch
Bottom.
Heine and Dudley were going
to make a wide swing through
the woods while the rest of us
took stands along an old tank
trail.
Hutchins and Mandls had
just left me on a stand atop a
slight rise and had headed
down the tank trail. They
hadn't gone 30 yards when I
saw them both freeze as they
i came opposite a draw. Mandis
i cut down, and then I saw the
: deer. It ran right past them.
Both fired and the deer eol
l lapsed just across the trail.
„ Turned out to be a good-sized
doe that weighed 80 pounds
! field dressed.
This particular spot has been
. lucky for Hutchins. Last year
i he got a deer from the stand
i he put me on. and he has never
been there without getting a
shot.
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DURHAM. N. C.. Nov. 23
' API —The North Carollna-at-
Duke football game, postponed
by the swasslnatlon of Presi
dent Kennedy, has been re
scheduled for Thanksgiving
i afternoon.
Originally scheduled today,
the contest first was reset for
November 30. However, offi
cials of the schools conferred
at length following their Initial
postponement and elected to
make another change to 2 pm.
Thanksgiving.
Thus, the Atlantic Ccmst
Conference will ring down use
curtain on Its season be lately,
with three Thanksgiving Day
games. Earlier, the Virginia at
Maryland and Clemson at
South Carolina oontests were
reset for the holiday. Virginia
and Maryland will play at 11
am. and Clemson and South
Carolina at 2 pm.
North Carolina State and
Wake Forest completed their
seasons last night as the Wolf
pack won, .42-0, to clinch at
least a tie for the ACC title.
N. C. State has e 6-1 confer
ence record and will share the
title with the Duke-North Car
olina winner. Both Duke and
North Carolina are 5-1 in con
ference play. Should they tie
Thursday, the title will go to
N. C. State.
Ace Oregon Halfback
Suffers Cut Wrist
EUGENE, Oreg., Nov. 23
fAP).—MeI Renfro, a second
team All-America halfback for
Oregon last year, suffered a
severe wrist Injury at his home
last night and will not be able
1 to play November 30 against
Oregon State.
Renfro, a senior, underwent
' surgery for a slashed wrist
I nerve and was In good condi
tion at a hospital today. The
i nerve was cut accidentally by
the edge of e mirror.
Injured Hockey Player?
Starts Over as Farmer
OUBLPH. Ont Nov. 23
I AP)—The National Hockey
League player they called
Leapln' Louie is not leaptn'
these days.
He Is back home here,cwork
lng on his 90-acre farm. Hit
right arm Is still limp, the re
sult of an Injury that ended his
career as one of the toughest
and most nigged defensemen
in Ice hockey's bi gleague.
He is hopeful and philo
sophical.
Lou Fomina to is also some
what bitter.
“It bothered me a little when
the season started and I
couldn’t get out there on the
| ice. But the only thing I really
’ miss now is the money,” the
| former Montreal Canadian and
New York Ranger star said
iruefully.
“When a guy reaches 31 he
. should be at his prime in mak
' lng a'dollar. I figured that I
would play about five more
■ years and be set financially.
Now, I’m just about making a
living with the farm and the
six-family house that I own.
“The Canadlens took good
care of me by paying my hoepi
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I MARINE, RE. 5-2800. - --
$2
Bring Your Motor ; a
And This Ad
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Receive (2 discount on winterization
and storage of your outboard metod
FALL IS THE TIME
TO DEAL
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AMOTOCRAFT “
EVINRUDE MOTORS
L&M
BOAT CENTER
4017 Bladenaburg Rd.
Colmar Manor, Md. AP. 735*5
OPEN DAILY TIL 4. CLOSED SUN! *
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Boat Supplies
Rope ets.. Jackets 32. tarpaulin*,
pumps, cushions, hooks, dry ehraucel
, fire ext. $10.50, nylon 414 cts. Mlsoel.
fittings, paddles. J. H, OICHKKR.
2613 H St. N.W. PE. 8-B*4s

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