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    SPOR TS
Hertford's Ed Griffin,
second from right, was a
member of the "Outer
1 Banks. Sportfishers" team
that captured first-place
honors in the Second
Annual Hatteras Village
Invitational Surf Fishing
Tournament held recently.
Forty-four teams caught
some 3,800 pounds of fish
during the two-day
tourney. (Photo by Jane
Oden, Dare County Tourist
Bureau)
Public hearings scheduled
Commission adopts proposals
The N. C. Wildlife Resources
Commission adopted proposals for
fox hunting and trapping seasons for
10 counties at a meeting in Raleigh on
October 3. These proposed seasons
will be presented at a series of public
hearings.
The public hearings have been
scheduled in late October dealing
with fox studies and possible, limited
^county hunting and trapping seasons
for foxes in January in several
counties.
The Wildlife Commission has
received verified petitions
requesting county hunting and
trapping seasons for foxes in Moore,
Scotland, Tyrrell, Anson,
Edgecombe, Alexander, Hyde,
?^Currituck, Perquimans and Hen
' "derson counties.
As required by law, the Wildlife
commission has completed fox
population studies and scheduled
public hearings in each of these
counties.
The Wildlife Commission will
share the information learned from
these county fox population studies at
^these hearings, and present
recommendations.
In areas where fox seasons are
adopted, limited numbers of fox
permits ? based on the fox
population in that county ? would be
issued to hunters and trappers
through a computer drawing, and
permittees would be allowed to take
foxes only in one county.
Successful applicants would be
required to purchase fox tags in
advance for $2.25 each from a
designated dealer in each county,
and a maximum of five fox tags
would be issued per applicant, if
these recommendations are
ultimatley approved by the Wildlife
Commission.
"These seasons were proposed
after careful fox population studies
were completed by the Wildlife
Commission," said Vernon Bevill,
executive director of the Wildlife
Commission.
"In each of these counties, we
receive petitions from over 15 per
cent of the licensed hunters and
trappers in that county requesting a
fox season. As required by law, we
verified the authenticity of these
petitions by checking our license files
and personal contacts."
"Then, we conducted studies of the
fox populations in each county. By
Volleyball season begins soon
ADULT VOLLEYBALL - Play
will start on Tuesday, October 25, at
(^Perquimans Union School in Winfall.
CHILDRENS CERAMICS CLASS
? Coining soon. For further in
formation call 426-5695.
YOUTH SOCCER ? On Saturday,
October 15, the Devils defeated the
Bucks 1-0. Both teams played ex
tremely well. In the other game, the
Royals broke open a close game in
(9he fourth quarter to defeat the
Nuggets 4-0. This Saturday at 10 a.m.
the Devils play the Nuggets and the
Bucks vs. Royals at 11:00.
SKI CLUB ? Interested persons
should contact the recreation
department at 426-5695.
PUMPKIN CARVING CONTEST
? Ages 4-12. Come by the Recreation
Department on Monday, October 24
to pick up your free pumpkin. All
I pumpkins should be brought to the
" lunchroom of Hertford Grammar
School on Thursday, October 27 at 5
p.m.
Prises will be given to the funniest,
vscariest and the most creative
MIDGET FOOTBALL - Com
munity Gas/Ann's Beauty Salon
defeated Overman's Insurance
Agencies 45-24 on Monday. October
Wk kk m ?. .. .
Felton's first touchdown came on
the first play of the game with a 55
yard quarterback sneak. Mark
Stanton and Reggie Trueblood both
scored twice for the losers.
Both teams have identical records
at 1-2. Monday, October 17, both
teams played in Hertford. At 6:00
Edenton Fisher Nut played Over
man's and at 7:00 Edenton Redskins
played Community Gas/Ann's
Beauty Salon.
On October 24 both teams will
complete their regular season.
Community Gas/ Ann's Beauty Salon
will play at Edenton against the
Redskins. Overman's are at home
against the Eagles.
using extensive networks of scent
stations and conducting track counts,
wildlife biologists determined the
approximate fox population in each
county."
"Recommendations for the
number of fox permits to be issued in
each season were based on these
population studies."
"We urge all sportsmen and in
terested landowners to attend these
hearings, and to give these proposals
careful consideration."
The hearing in Perquimans County
will be held at the Perquimans
County Courthouse in Hertford on
October 26, at 7:30 p.m.
Male pattern baldness usual
ly occurs in the front
central part of the scalp.
Plumbing, Heating, A.C.
Electrical Contracting
Waterheaters, Sales-Service,
Sharpening Service
Deer hunting is in full swing
By the time you read this, deer
season will be in full swing and it
looks as though the weather is going
to be pretty good all week. Let's all
try and remember that we owe the
priviledge to hunt to the landowners
that allow us to hunt on their land.
Treat the landowner right and he'll
return the favor.
There are more hunters than ever
and less land to hunt on. This is going
to create some problems but, if we all
think before we act we will avoid a lot
of problems.
The first three days of duck season
were, as a whole, mediocre at best;
but some of the boys did all right.
There weren't many big ducks
taken but the wood ducks were
around in pretty good numbers.
There wasn't any water in the
swamps, so if you found some water
near some feed you were in business.
Hopefully the conditions will get
better before Thanksgiving. The
National Weather Service says the
winter will be colder and stormier
than the last winter so things might
pick up for us.
Let me remind you that on
November 3, the Perquimans County
Chapter of Ducks Unlimited will be
having their annual banquet. The
banquet will be held down at Anglers
Cove Restaurant and, as in the past,
Henry Carney will put on a seafood
buffet that you won't soon forget.
No other area chapter can match
the dinner that is served. No other
area chapter can match our auction
or the quality of the evening as a
whole. That's why the tickets will be
limited to 150 this year.
We also have the lowest price in the
area, still $25.00. Tickets will be sold
on a first come first served basis.
When they're gone, that's it. Tickets
will be available from all committee
members.
Pirates defeat Camden
By Ken Castelloe
The Perquimans Pirates won their
first conference game by defeating
the Camden Bruins 20-0 last Friday
night. Fullback Richard Thach and
Alton James led the Pirates with a
balanced ground attack.
Neither team could move the ball
with much success in the first
quarter of action. The Pirates
recieved the opening kickoff and got
a break when Thach was knocked
down while attemping a punt. The
Bruins were penalized 15 yards and
the Pirates had the ball on the Bruin
40-yard line. The Bruins were then
penalized two plays later for clip
ping, putting the ball on the 19-yard
line. The Pirates went to the air with
Teton Reid attempting three passes
that fell incomplete and the Bruin
offense took over.
Early in the second quarter the
Pirate defense recovered a fumble on
the Bruin 36-yard line and seven
plays later Thach scored from two
yards out making the score 7-0 after
the extra point.
The Bruins threatened in the early
going of the second half, marching
down the field to the Pirate 26-yard
line before the drive stalled. The
Pirate offense then went back into
action with a third down pass to Roy
Hall for a gain of 42 yards, giving the
Pirates a first-and-ten on the Bruin
29-yard line. The offense proceeded
to move to the five-yard line before
turning the ball over to the Bruins.
The Pirates took over again with
2:07 remaining in the third quarter
on the Camden twenty-yard line with
Thach scoring on a 5-yard run. Teton
Reid scored the final touchdown on a
one-yard run with 2:06 left in the
game. After the two-point conversion
failed, the final score was 20-0.
Richard Thach gained 82 yards on
14 carries while Alton James had 69
yards on 21 carries. QB Reid com
pleted 8 passes for 38 yards in the air.
Head Coach Pat Morgan com
mented that the Pirates, "played
with a little more intensity than in
previous games", gaining 216 yards
total offense.
The Pirates will be action this week
at Memorial Field against the con
ference leader, Manteo Redskins.
Game time will be 8 p.m.
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