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The Carolina times. (Durham, N.C.) 1919-current, May 01, 1982, Page 7, Image 7

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:atj?.:ay, mat i, 1832-the cr.:u:a tizj-7 1967 A Great Year En Hillside High School Sports . By Elson Armstrong, Jr. r - With warm ' weather here, thoughts turn to nostalgia. As spring turps to summer, many Help Wanted people reminisce over good times of the past. I'm no different and beginning with this issue and periodically after Executive Director for Social Agency Experience n program development,' staff and volunteer management and finance, BABS required. MAMS preferred. $16,500-$20,000. P.O. Box 3244, Durham NC 27705 by May 7. this, I'll share some of; my most cherished sports memories. - ? I decided to begin with my ; senior : year : at ' Durham's Hillside High School (1967) since my -class will celebrate our fifteenth anniversary this, summer. HILLSIDE 1966-67: ' The football season started with a blast! The Hornets won their first; seven games (the fastest; start for a Hillside team- , since the 1960 runner-up outfit) 'got underway; After all, ' in 1965 and '66 HHS,had :. produced two of the best ;high. school basketball, , teams this state had ever .. State; seen, but most of tnem ' and had graduated. Mangum and numerous ; others. Thanks for mak . ing memories of. HHS,' 1967, so golden! . It was late August, : schools were still playing 1966. The heat waves r in separate leagues) and aancea on me uurnam pavement as I,' along with a group of life long! friends, walked over to i Dear 01crHHSalAeck HHS was ranked as the . But, m true Hornet No. ,1 black 4-Ateam in tradition, tnecagers wer North Carolina (black winners, Theytfplled to a and predominantly white '.'second place fiffish in the season and were invited we set our sights on the State 4-A Title. v : : E.E. Smith of" Fayet teville sent us reeling by tolhe state 4-A Tourna-' ment in Greensboro as a wild card entry, - Unfortunately for us, Library Technical Assistant Completion of high school course work with four years off library experience; or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Ability to work In dependently, organize and supervise work of other Staff members. Experience in library technical pro-.. cessing, acquisitions procedures, familiarity : with library - of Congress ' cataloging ? practice, and -operating 0C1C terminal preferred. Reading knowledge of Russian and additional Slavic languages helpful. Salary range: $11,484 - 17,076. For an application please contact the Employment Division, 111 Pettigrew Hall, UNC, Chapel Hit,. NC 27514. 962-2991. EQUAL OPPORTUNITYAFFIR MATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER. Hotel Controller Completion of college course work with a major in ac- -counting or business administration and two years ot management accounting In a full service hotelmotel 1 facility deriving revenues from rooms and food and : beverage. Knowledge of hotel accounting procedures as outlined by the uniform System of Accounts for Hotels and computer experience essential. Will re quire some weekend work. Salary range: $17,880 27,204. For an application please contact the Employment Division, 111 Pettigrew Hall, UNC, Chapel Hill, NC 27514. 962-2991. EQUAL OPPORTUNITYAFFIR MATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER. Technician II Completion of course work from a technical school or community college with a two year degree in elec tronics and one year of experience in the repair and matinenance of a variety of specialized electronic devices preferably Including some responsibility for circuit modification; or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Experience In the repair of CRT terminals essential. Audio-visual, primarily video cassette, recorder, color TV and camera repair necessary. Skill In operation, installation maintenance, repair, redesign, construction, calibra tion and mpdlficatjort;? od Digital and ; Analog rs strumenMnecessary. ISSalary ;jingBit$1J,644' T 20.448. Research Technician III Completion of college course work in a biological science; or an equivalent combination of training and experience. A working knowledge of cellular im munology and experience in lymphocyte tissue culture mandatory; willingness to work with mice Including sacrificing required. Training or experience In hybrldoma monoclonal antibody production desirable. ' -Salary range: $13,092 19,548. For an application please contact the Employment Division, 111 Pettigrew Hall, UNC, Chapel Hil, NC 27514. 962-2991. EQUAL OPPORTUNITYAFFIR MATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER. our assigned home rooms. ". That year was special,, for us because it was aj senior year and we;; wanted to go out in a bang! . . We were all big HHS sports fans although : none of us was varsity material. We were scared that our class might be a i flop in every sport that year which would ve ;. been the ultimate ' humiliation. Man, were w urrnnot .. rooioaii, mi ryoo: 2A-21 but we held our As the football season ; heads hiah. Hillside had than beating us 44-12, but:" fellow . . conference Hillside rebounded to member and bitter rival beat. Epps of Greenville and win the- District -Championship, Included ' in those wins was a 14-0 beating of P.W.' Moore but that (Elizabeth CiM. the : erased if defending State 4-A Champion, a 12-6 win over arch rival Ligon in Raleigh, and a 44-0: homecoming win over . Dillard of Goldsboro. In the Eastern State Championship Game, J.T. Barber of New Bern scored late to edge HHS began that year, we were .all "rocking out" to! such great (now oldies) tunes as "What Becomes of the Broken Hearted", "You Can't Hurry ' Love", and "Poor Side : of Town". advanced further any Hornet team since that tremendous team of 1960. , Basketball, Winter 1966-67: We were all a little ner vous as the cage season Raleigh Ligon was the No. 1 team in the state that year. They had beaten us ; three times, would all be Hillside could beat f them in the State championship Game. The . Dudley High gym was packed as Hillside and Ligon rooters rock ed back and forth with the action of a classic game. Ligon led 26-20 at the half, but HHS took a slim advantage after three periods. The fourth quarter was torrid. With 1:47 to go, HHS was up by five and we circled the perimeter of the court just waiting to cut down the nets in victory. Ligon then staged a furious ral ly and the game went in to overtime, tied at 59. Irr the exfra stanza, Ligon pulled away and won .71-66. 1A - heart broken bunch . of Hornets1 .eased out Greensboro that nighty .:, The Spring Sportsr ' In the spring sports, Hillside brought ; home ; the state titles in track and tennis and won the district baseball . title. " That was the spring that we', first competed in sports with then: predominantly '. white Durham High. (Hillside trounced them in tracks DHS won in baseball 3-2.) Hillside also cap-4 tured the first ever all Durham City-County Track Title. When our graduation ceremony rolled around during June's hot, sticky days, we walked out of HHS proud that in . sports we had more than upheld Hillside's winn ing tradition. In retrospect, I salute , our senior athletes of 1967. Included in that list are Augustus Thompson, Johnny Bat tle. Johnnv "Red" Williams, Moses Sump- Fraoa Schubert'e maater ter, Wayne Suitt, Piece 5" Symphony, wo a R The London Philharmonic "Red" Grady Charles kughed & it. The eym "Candy Man Can- phony was not played until nady, Paul Thorpe, 30 yean after it waa Leconte Stover, Ricardo written. sen's Favorite Teams (TbeoneilBve and die tart) 1. Fresno Stale and North Carolina 2. N C. Central 3. Duke (Yes.-1 cart root for the Blue Devils. It's N C. State that I oetesi!) 4. Pittsburgh Steelers 5. Durham Bulls (Ctass-A Baseball) Most Hated Teams (The Terns I'd Root tor the Rus- siani Against!) 1. UCLA & Notre Dame AND the Dallas Cowboys 2. Virginia, South Carolina, Oakland Raiders 3. Los Angeles Dodgers 4. N C. State 5. ig Ten basketball & football! NORTH CAROLINA DURHAM CCIWTf AOMIN.STRATOR NOTICE : Tie ' wwJersiqned having auaiitxd as Admtmsfratrhi d the Estate of Mamie Waddelt. - deceased, late ot Outturn County. ' nr. C.does hereby notify af per sons, firms and corporations hav-; R19 claims against sad estate to , present them to the undersigned at the office of f. H. Browi. At torney at Law. 4001 Booker ' Streer. Durham. II. C. 27713 or 0. Box 2005. Durham. H. C. 27702 wthui shi (61 months tram ' the date of Uje first publication of . tlits notice, or this notice w be' ' pleaded m bar ot their recovery. -' All persons indebted to said estate w0 please make knmeolaie pay ment to the undersigned. f his the 20th day of April. 1982. ' 1 1 - JohnDlerbee I ' . Administrator -Estateof Mamie E. Wadded.: Oeceased: 'i' P.0.B2005 T .. Ournam. N. C. 27702 F. H. Brown. Attorney at Law . PUBLICATION DATES: The Carolina Times s Apr9 24.May 1. 8. Jj. 1982 ' NORTH CAROLINA , DURHAM COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE Having qualified as Ad-1 ministrator of the estate of Jennie! Catherine Pippin, deceased, this is j . to notify all persons having ciatms ' against the estate of Jennie r-il horina Dinhin Ia nrACOfll thpfn . to the undersigned within six (6) ! months from tne date a me nrsr i publication of this notice or same '' will be pleaded in bar of their I i recovery All persons indebted to ; ; said estate please make immediate payment. This the 19th day of April. 1982. Richard T. Pippin -r Administrator Estate of Jennie Catnerine Pippin. Deceased! 909 Plum Street Durham . North Carolina 27701 PUBLICATION DATES: The Carolina Times April 24. May 1.8. 15. 1982 PRICED TO HAVE THE COMPETITION CHASING SHADOWS. .:.4....;-j:J.n The Best New & Used Cars Easy Financing Phone 682-9275 Colclough Auto Sales ' , 612 Rigsbee Ave. Durham, N.C. y 9K "' at tmni cumtca flymouth NEW-USSO-UCE-COSiPANY CARS OVER 203 UNITS ATOV1FACT03Y c,vc:c2ca AUK7DC:.:nTJC5 KIHOC8C Plus N.C. Sale Tex, eny dsdsr Irwtlj options, $145 c::irg ft. rzi c PLUS 110 CIIAHGj WUI CHmrSLEH'SSEIlSATtOI G nn THnrs-WAY xyj W ' PROTECTION PLAN (New Domcr'Jcs Only) ; Powor TrcSn Frc Schtgubd msms CHnYCLCtFLYr:ouni f J J J . ''9. Df aUih.iunovationsthatJwSntlnr , ,:ew Oafna'roSp'ortXdupB;-t'est 5ri of all just might be the price. . - . , At $7731 with options shown, it makes a lot of those high-priced imported sports cars seem a bit" outrageous. 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