Capps Helped UNC-G To Best Season
Jill Capps, a freshman forward
from Raeford, helped the women's
basketball team at the University of
North Carolina at Greensboro to its
best season ever during the 1981-82
Capps, a graduate of Hoke
County High School, averaged 2.9
points and 2.2 rebounds in 14
games for the Lady Spartans, who
finished as runner-up in the 1982
NCAA Division III Championship
Blazers Win 3 Games
The Hoke County Blazers won all
three baseball games they played
last weekend, two of them Semi
Pro League contests and the other
an exhibition event.
In league play, the Blazers
defeated Ft. Bragg, 6-5, on Sat
urday then Red Springs, 8-4,
Sunday. On Monday, they downed
the Seventy-First Tigers, 5-3, in the
The Blazers are scheduled to
meet Lillington Saturday at 2 p.m.
in a league game on the Hoke High
Heart Fund Tennis
The North Carolina Heart
Northwestern Bank Statewide Ten
uis Tournament sponsored locally
bv the Hoke Tennis Association
was under way this week with the
finals scheduled for Saturday and
Sunday on the McLauchlin Park
A total of 38 players were
entered, providing a total of $360 in
entry fees which went to the Heart
The progressive finals winners
will advance to the statewide
tournament which will be held in
July in'Chapel Hill.
The weekend schedule for the
Saturday, starting at 1 p.m. --
Women's "B" singles. Women's
(progressive) singles, and mixed
2:30 p.m. -- Junior ages 16 and
younger; and 12 and younger.
Sunday, all progressives: 1 p.m. -
Men's singles; 35 and older men's
2:30 p.m. ? Men's doubles and
4p.m. -- Mixed doubles; 35 and
older men's singles.
Aerobic Exercise Class
Opens April 27
The Parks and Recreation Com
misison will be offering a six week
Aerobic exercise class. The class
will meet on Tuesday and Thursday
nights, 7-8. April 27-June 3 at the
Gibson Gym. The cost for the 12
hours of instruction will be S15 per
Aerobic exercise is the type
which steadily supplies enough
oxygen to the exercising muscles for
as long as the exercise is continued.
Any rhythmic, repetitive, dyna
mic activity which can be continued
for several minutes without huffing
and puffing afterwards is Aerobic.
Aerobic exercise incorporates run
ning with rhythm, jogging, hopping
Sue Davis will be the instructor.
She will be using the Aerobic
Dance Program by Jackie Soren
sen. along with some new routines
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UNC-G compiled a 25-3 record
and ranked No. 2 in Division 111,
winning the Dixie Conference regu
lar season and tournament champ
ionships en route.
Capps connected on 49 percent
of her field goal attempts and
scored eight points in three dif
ferent games for UNC-G.
"Jill was a real gutsy contributor
coming off the bench this season."
said Coach Lynne Agee. "She
didn't see a lot of playing time but
was still a big factor in our success.
"She pushed herself and the
other players in practice." Agee
remarked. "I think that really
helped the team.
"She has an exceptional attitude
and is a real hustler." Agee added.
Jill is the daughter of Mrs. Agnes
C. Dees of Rt. 2, Raeford.
Racers Include U.S., Canadian Olympians
Bicycle Tour de Moore
Planned For April 24
The Tour de Moore is the most
prestigious bike race in the South,
attracting approximately 200 of the
best cyclists from the Eastern
United States and Canada.
Members of the Olympic teams
of the U.S. and Canada will be
competing in the 100-mile road
race on Saturday. April 24. and in
a series of short criterium races in
downtown Southern Pines on Sun
day, April 25.
The U.S. Olympic Committee
has designated the Tour de Moore
as the qualifying race for the South
team in the National Sports Festi
val to be held this summer.
Saturday, April 24:
Senior Men - 100-mile road race
circling Moore County.
Start - 9 a.m. at Campbell
House. E. Conn. Ave.. Southern
Finish - About 12:45 p.m. at
Amtrak Station in Southern Pines.
Women - 32-mile road race to
Start - 8:45 a.m. at Campbell
Finish - About 10 a.m. at
Courthouse in Carthage.
Criterium Races Sunday
Criterium races are races around
a short course covered many times.
They provide fast and exciting
races which enable the spectators to
get a close view of the action.
There will be four races ac
cording to categories. All races will
start in downtown Southern Pines
in front of the police station.
Classes starting times, and dis
Women. 1:45 p.m. -- 18 miles.
Veterans. 1:45 p.m. -- 18 miles.
Senior I and II, 2:30 p.m. -- 30
Junior III and IV. 4: 15 p.m. -- 18
Rules Hearing Thursday
The N.C. Wildlife Resources
k Commission will be conducting a
series of public hearings across the
Slate on proposed hunting and
trapping regulations for the 1982
83 seasons. The public is urged to
attend these hearings.
"Public input plays a vital role in
establishing our hunting and trap
ping regulations." said J. Robert
Gordon of Laurinburg, chairman
of the N.C. Wildlife Resources
Commission. "We urge sportsmen
to attend these hearings, and
participate in this process.
All hearings begin at 7:30 p.m.
and the schedule includes: April 22
?? Fayetteville Technical Institute.
Ashley Heights 4-H Club
To Be Organized
A 4-H Club is in the process of
being organized in the Ashley
An organizational meeting will
be held April 22 at 7 p.m. at the
community building in Ashley
The club is open to all youth 9-19
regardless of sex. race, or national
origin. For further information
contact 875-2162 between 8 a.m.
and 5 p.m. or 281-4524.
Daries L. Hollingsworth. son of
Carl and Carrie Hollingsworth ot
Rt. 1. Raeford. has been promoted
in the U.S. Army to the rank ot
sergeant first class.
Hollingsworth is a team chief in
Motabaur, West Germany.
He is a 1%6 graduate of Up
church High School.
Steven L. Van Allen, son of L.B.
and Betty Van Allen of 312 Ivy.
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To Get The Fullest Results In Court.
?During Years In Law Enforcement Lost Only 2 Cases
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During the 14-week course, stu
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weapons. They also received in
struction in map and aerial photo
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He is a 1973 graduate of Phillips
burg High School, Kan.
His wife. Teresa, is the daughter
of Betty O'Neal of Rt. 2. Raeford.
International Masons Sons of
David No. 38 held its Easter Raffle
Saturday at Home Food Market on
Main Street at 6 p.m.
Luke McNeill one of the owners
of the food store, drew the winning
tickets held by the following:
First prize of SI 00 worth of
groceries, won by B.B. Sherrer,
1417 Elma St., Spring Lake;
second prize, Donald Blockwell.
Rt. 15, Box 53, Fayetteville; and
third prize, Peter Dockery. Sr.,
Senior Citizens' Bingo
' Who likes Bingo, prizes, refreshments and good conversa
tion? If you do, then Hoke County Parks and Recreation Com
mission has an afternoon planned just for yon. The bingo party
will be held at the Parks and Recreation office oa Wednesday,
April 24, at 2 p.m. Bring all your friends. The more the merrier!
Hoke County Parks and Recreation Commission is sponsor- ,
iog a Men's Softball league for all interested men ages I6*up. If
you are interested in either submitting a team in the, league or
just playing yourself contact the Parks and Recreation office
3-5603. The season is set to start April 27 at Armory Park. The
deadline for paying your team's entry fee is Tuesday, April 20, $
p.m., at the Parks and Recreation office.
Junior Tar Heel Baseball
The Parks and Recreation Commission is organizing a Junior
Tar Heel Baseball league for all interested participants ages
v Players eligible are those whose 15th birthdays come on or
Jtfter August 1; or whose 13th birthdays come on or before
August 1, 1982.
The sign-up will take place on Saturday, April 24, at 9 sum. at
% Armory Park. All potential players must bring their birth cer
tificates unless they have participated in a Parks and Recreation
sponsored athletic program prior. We are preparing for four
teams In this year's league. All sign-ups will be on a first come
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Moke County Parks and Recreation Commission and share your
tltot^tt. Our phone number is 5-5603.
' The Parks and Recreation office Is offering a lac Kwan Do
Karate class for ages 7-up on Tuesday and Thmdey SpB'
7^:30.ThecUss meets at the Upelwdi ItskNr Stt Cym
mm Bwrth fee plus a $5 insurance fet for ages
|||^l? and a #10 insurance fee for ages 19 and up.
Holroy is the instructor.Contact Hoke Cbttnty Parks
and Recreation for more information
Preschool Tumbling Class
Hoke County Parks and Recreation Commission will igttiiaor
a #x week tumbling class for the ftrst 15 children ?$es 5-6 who
p.m. at the J. W. Turhngton gym. The fee per child will be $10.
Tommy Williams will be the instructor. Contact Hoke County A
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