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Capital, The (Newspaper) - December 5, 1986, Annapolis, Maryland Inside Midshipmen to take on Yale. SEE PAGE C1 South Builders get complaints. SEE PAGE B1 Soldiers march on Annapolis. Retail C P '2 St N LA'JPEL H .-r i 0707 he a u i ta 1 v P Tomorrow's More sun For see page AS. VOL. Cl NO. 287 DECEMBER 25 Cents GOOD DONTfORGET VISITORS CAN TOUR fes- tively decorated homes in the Historic District from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. tomorrow. Tickets are available in the lobby of the Maryland Inn and at the information booth at City Dock. AREA TWO PEDESTRIANS were killed last night leaving ttie Marley Statin Page Dl. DR. GOTT INCOMPETENT physcians should be reported. Page B7. BUSINESS MERCHANTS CALL Sunday shopping a big boost. Page C8. ENTERTAINMENT TOMORROW'S concert has been canceled. Page ARUNDEL ARTIST RICHARD NIEWERTH has softened his style. Page B9. STATED BIENNIAL vehicle emmis- sions tests are urged. Page A4. NATION A TEEN-AGER shot to death a substitute teacher yesterday in Mont. PageAS. SPORTS GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL bas- ketball preview. Pages C2-3. PEOPLE SHIRLEY TEMPLE BLACK says she didn't think it was unusual that as a child she was cheered by thousands of peo- ple. Mrs. Black re- called trav- eling to Hawaii in 1937 and singing Good Ship moth- er made it seem perfectly nor- mal for thousands of people to be cheering as if there was nothing special going on. I thought all children must live as I she told Parade magazine in the issue be released this weekend Mrs began her film career at age 3 She switched to politics years lat- serving as ambassador to Ghana and U S chief of proto- col She Sr-ifl with star Rm Tin Tin r r wanted mfthinK rhprr them up foil lr with a rtog and a little For a at other people in the LOTTERY drawn Three Pirk 4 INDEX Adi columns OMtothei SMtfecomty Sports ttfptfs 4- Bf r- AS Rl-2 B9 .New rules cleans auto ads By JUDI PERLMAN Staff Writer So you think you paid just above dealer's cost for that new Think again. Chances are you didn't because your interpretation of was not the same as the dealer's. Recognizing that customers do not always think the way dealers the Motor Vehicles Administration has cleaned up some sloppy in its regulations on automobile adver- tising. The new which took effect this should help consumers who shop for cars this month to take advantage of the sales tax deduction that soon will be eliminated. felt that some regulations had to be clarified. People are always misinterpreting MVA spokesman Nicolas McCubbin said. lot of times just one word in the regulations needs to be cleaned Many complaints about deceptive advertising come from competitor's woo recognize misleading ads mere readily than he said. is to improve the quality of advertising for both the consumers and the raid Ronald MVA's director of licensing and consumer services. Clearer rules give the MVA a tool for citing dealers with misleading he said. Some local while supporting the improved regu- think -they 're said Ray owner of Clas- sic Motor Cars. support good accurate advertis- ing. But most dealers still feel that some will ignore the regulations on Page Col. Veteran's Stadium in AS A BONFIRE cheejcs exploded at the Naval Academy preparing for the game tomorrow at pep rally last night. Academy superintendent Rear Philadelphia. Adm. Ronald F. Marryott helps lead thousands of students j Navy gears for pranks foiled By EFFIE COTfeMAN Staff Writ When midshipmen trieddo convert a court- yard into a parking lot this academy officials countered with aaot-so-secret weapon parking tickets. When students conspired to heist the school's they found the plane's front wheel had been thwarting those who would roll it across campus. And when a described as having on his began his mission dressed in camouflage he was plucked from a bush before he could wreak havoc Wednesday night. Pranks just ain't what they used to be during Army-Navy week this year. Midshipmen say the academy has cracked down a few long-practiced antics that precede the school's footfiall game of .-season. Students also were barred from switching shoulder travel to Philadel- said Midshipman 2nd Class Tucker Kite. First class or traditionally exchanged shoulder revealing their with freshman Kite said. That another mid one knew was in Underclassmen also have been ordered not to travel to Philadelphia Friday night before the Saturday afternoon game. They still are allowed to stay tomorrow to celebrate or commiserate the outcome of one of -the biggest rivalries in college sports. Other capers gone awry included the at- tempt Monday to jam cars onto Tecumseh the walkway in front of the student dorm Bancroft Hall. Students hussled to remove the cars after academy police arrived and ticketed seven spokesman Jim Kiser said. Kiser said-enother student was pulled from the bushes Wednesday night as he slithered across campus mischief on his And there were no reports of pranks against except a brief episode when Army exchange students took over the cam- pus radio. Old fears of mascot kidnapping have disap- peared. Bill XXIV the goat is kept under locks at the academy farm and Army apparently has lost interest in that tradition. But the administration's defense against pranks didn't end all the escapades or sour the on Page Col. Deer boom means danger on roads By PAUL GIRSDANSKY Staff Writer1 It's not only we human beings who like Anne Arundel County. The deer have been moving too. While the county's human popula- tion has doubled over the last 20 Its deer population has grown at least fivefold. Between and are in the estimates Robert a wildlife specialist with the state Department of Natu- ral Resources The combination is deadly for the deer and it could be for us. too. According to DNR 42 deer were killed by vehicles in the county last up from 12 in 1964. Miller said numbers are not avail- able yet for this but they will almost certainly approach or exceed last year's. Miller spoke Thursday on the heels of a very difficult week for deer in the area. A dead apparently killed caused an accident on Admi- ral Drive Wednesday. A motorist stopped short to avoid hitting the carcass and was rear-ended by a second vehicle. There were no inju- but one car had to be towed. Also state police re- moved a second dead deer on Route 50. And in northern Baltimore at least 10 people who attended a Thanksgiving gathering were ad- vised to seek rabies shots after they nursed a young buck during the holiday. A deer may not be the only loser in a car-deer accident Full-grown animals usually weigh more than 100 enough to car dam human injury and occasionally human death. first thing to do is slow down and said Miller. Deer tend to stop in their tracks if confronted with whether in a field or on a four-lane highway Motorists should also be advised that the herding animals that they usually travel in groups. If a deer gets out of the drivers should maintain a slow speed be- cause there may be others Miller said. In Anne Arundel County and the rest of there seem to be two seasons when deer are on the roads. In yearlings are kicked out by their mothers as a new birthing season begiifs The yearlings to seek new places to live and roam for miles. In it is mating season and the beginning of hunting season. Bucks in search'of companionship long distances and don't show good sense regarding where on Page Col. 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