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Registration accompanied by a $50 deposit check are now being accepted. For further information, contact Sue Smith, Camp Registrar at 625-7738.Northcliffe Ladies sponsor tourney The Northcliffe Ladies Golf Association will hold a Ladies Golf Invitational Thursday, May 5 at the Northcliffe Country Club. Starting time will be a shot-gun at 9 a.m. with a two best ball per foursome format. The maximum handicap is 36. Entry fee for the tourney la $25 per player (includes cart and lunch) and is due by April 28 at noon. The field will be limited to the first IOO players. Send all entries to Glen Mahler, pro, Northcliffe Country Club, 5301 Country Club Blvd., Cibilo, Texas, 78106, or call (512) 659-1368 or 625-7351 for more information.Tall Town run hits Midland The third annual Tall Town 10,000 will be run in Midland April 23 beginning at 8 a.m.. Starting place is the Midland Park Mall on Midkiff Street for all three races — a mile, a two mile and a 10k. Race time for the mile and two mile will be 7:45 a.m.. T-Shirts and race packets will be available to the first 300 entrants with awards, participation ribbons and certificates given to children in the one mile race. Entry fee is $6. For further information, contact Andra Chamberlin at (915) 682-3775 or (915) 687-2961.Kenedy tennie tourney echeduled In affiliation with Bluebonnet Days May 5-7, the Kenedy Tennis Association will hold its annual open tennis tournament at the Kenedy High School courts, Saturday April 30 and Saturday, May 7. Four mens, two women's and a mixed doubles event are planned, so officials recommend early registration to fill in the draw. Entrants from all over south Texas played in 1982 and are expected again this year. Trophies will be awarded to the first three places in each division. Preliminary matches will be played Saturday, April 30 at 8 a m., with the finals held May 7. Mail entries to Don Grabner, 805 Chula Vista, Karnes City, Texas, 78118, or call the Kenedy Chamber of Commerce at 583-3223.Wranglers spoil! Gilliam's return WASHINGTON (AP) -j On the catch that put him in the record books, and won the game for the Arizona Wranglers, wide receiver Jackie Flowers was thinking of only one thing — how to knock it down. Trailing 21-16 in the fourth quarter, Flowers outjumped two Washington Federals defenders at the home team’s 49-yard line and then rambled the remaining distance to complete a 98-yard touchdown pass, the longest in the history of the United States Football League. The winning score spoiled what, to that point, had been a glorious return to pro football by former NFL quarterback Joe Gilliam. 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