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64 - CAPE GAZEI[E, Friday, April 14 - April 20, 1995 Cape tourney nixed, doubleheaders on tap; Lady Vikings visit Jays The annual Cape Henlopen Baseball Invitational tournament, originally scheduled for Monday, April 17, has been canceled. Cape athletic director Marge Peck said one of the out-of-state teams that normally participates was unable to join the tourney this year. Instead, on Saturday, April 15, the Vikings host a doubleheader with Lake Forest at Chris Short Memorial Field at the high school in Lewes. The first game will be- gin at 10:30 a.m. and the second game will start a half hour after the end of the first game. On Monday, April 17, the Vikings will play a doubleheader at Seaford High School beginning at 10:45 a.m. In softball action over the East- er holidays, the Lady Vikings will visit the Blue Jays of Seaford on Monday, April 17. The game be- gins at 11 a.m. Then, on Friday, April 21, the girls softball team will travel to Georgetown for the Sussex Cen- tral Invitational. More Briefs on page 65 Tdsh Vernon photoe Special Olympics basketball players, YMCA honored The Sussex Determinators Special Olympics basketball team, comprised of students from the Smmex Consortium and Lewes Middle School, held a team party on Sunday, April 9 at th Sussex Family YMCA. During its first year of eometition, the team faced other Special Olympics teams both locally and in the state tourney, with Richard and Reginald Miller com- peting in the World Games in Connecticut in bowling. Shown are (1. to r.) Richard Miller, Emi- ly Weer, Reginald Miller, Peggy Carmine, coach; Todd Szczucki, Jamie Moore (front), Jodie Moore, Janie Miller, coach and program director, and K.C. Carmine. Others who participated are Robin Raynor, Patrick Steele, Donny Burros and MeHssa Tooley, who worked with the track and field team. At right, Miller and Carmine present YMCA staffer Linda Marden with a certificate of "sincere appre- ciation for the Y's deep com- mitment to Special Olympics." They thanked Marden for putting the team on their gym schedule every Friday. LEWES LIGHTS beach outfitters Guy Harvey. Cudas Ray-Ban 422 E. Savannah Rd., Lewes, DE 19958 (302) 644-1645 4554 Highway One Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971 (302)-645-2030/2040. FAX (302) 645-0232 DELIVERED TO YOUR SITE! s I j- BEDIOOM LIVING ROOM --" --.- (',,If i This beautiful home features: A-framed shingled roof w/wood sheathing, 4/4 vinyl ship-lap siding, 10' dormer with box bay and double sunburst in living room, 6' dormers with single sunburst at bedrooms,sprayed textured drywall ceiling throughout, insulated skylights in kitchen 8 both baths, R-22 ceiling and R-19 floor fiberglass insulation, upgrade floor vinyls, upgrade raised-panel white cab's in kitchen 8 baths, "eye catching" black and white kitchen with 20' SXS refrig. w/ice maker, DLX G.E. gas range, G.E. Pot Scrubber dishwasher, G.E. micro-wave, DLX drapery pkg. and carpeting, perimeter heating..., much, much morel./ (Includes: skirting, steps, anchors, central A/C, concrete pier support, delivery 8 set-up, Et much more!l) Call for our complete listing of quality manufactured homes ready for immediate occupancy with long term, low down payment financing.