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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, April 21 - April 27, 1995 - 53 Outdoors Continued from page 52 For more information and to register, call Shirley Stumbers at 945-7596, or Ruth Jopling at 945- 88O6. NATIONAL WILDLIFE WEEK - This year's National Wildlife Week theme is "Home is Where the Habitat Is" and will be celebrated this week (April 16- 22). The Delaware Nature Society has compiled a wildlife packet that focuses on habitat and offers information and activities that can be used to help students under- stand the relationships among species and the connection be- tween species and their habitat. If you are an elementary or sci- ence teacher, or a-youth leader who would like to obtain some packets, they are available at the Abbotts Mill Nature Center in Milford. For more information, call 422- 0847. People Continued from page 48 Savannah Road in a brand new Land Cruiser. I tried to imagine uniform tycoon Billy D four- wheeling through the rain forest of the Congo and encountering a drunken group of angry machete, wielding toll collectors. "How's it going pals? I've got tan, green and blue uniforms. I can go half price or two for one, whatever suits you. Get it? Suits you. There's gray with green stripe if you want to look like real security guards, but you'll have to pay ex- tra for the stripe." The world's highways remain the most danger- ous places on the planet and it's a trip I need to make. CARPET MAFIA - Speaking of dangerous places on the planet, last Sunday 12-year-old Iqbal Masih of Islamabad, Pakistan was shot and killed as he rode his bike through the village of Muritke. The young boy was a world-wide activist against the exploitation of child labor and was reportedly wasted by the Pakistani Carpet Mafia. Last December Masih went to Boston to receive the Reebok Youth in Action Award from the American shoe compa- ny. Masih had reported to the world that when he was five years old he was chained to a loom 12 hours a day. Something to think about the next time you go carpet shopping. DRAFT DAY - This Saturday and Sunday ESPN and ESPN 2 will televise the NFL draft. There will only be two rounds drafted on Saturday as clubs get 15 minutes to make their decision. The re- maining rounds will go off on Sunday with a new pick coming about every three minutes. My nephew, Mike Frederick, a Vir- ginia All-American defensive Daisey wins Junior Duck Stamp contest This redhead duck (above) painted in acrylic by 16-year-old Georgetown resident Sherrie Daisey was selected as the win- ner of the first-ever dunior Duck Stamp contest in Delaware. The painting was selt! imst-in-show, edging out more than 200 other entries submitted from students throughout the state. Other Sussex County winners included eight-year-old Amy Lord of Lord Baltimore Elementary School in Ocean View, and seven-year-old Mary Beth Lloyd of Liberty Insti- tute in Bridgeville, who placed second and third, respective- ly, in the K-3 division of eomltitiom The contest was spon- sored by the Delaware Division of Fish and Wildlife and the Delaware Chapter of Ducks Unlimited. end, will be sitting home in Pen- ndel, Pa. with his parents and girl- friend awaiting his fate. "I have no idea what to expect," Mike said. "Six clubs called, including Dallas and San Francisco, and asked where I would be Sunday afternoon. I told them home. They said, 'Thanks,' and hung up." Mike also received a call from Sports Illustrated, but they were doing a story on an offensive lineman and were interviewing players that lineman had blocked. Mike started 48 games in a row for the University of Virginia and was ACC Defensive Player of the Year last season. He said that all pales in comparison to his five flat 40 time he ran at the Scouting Combine. "There are guys rated ahead of me I never heard of," Mike said. Mike figures to go in the middle rounds but could go higher or lower. SNIPPETS - The Phillies will play Baltimore at Camden Yards Sunday afternoon. Dennis "Tough Ticket" Forney will try to drag me to Baltimore for this baseball exhibition in the land of milk and "Honeys." Lewes Little League has a need for behind the plate umpires. Try a little com- munity service without being as- signed by the courts. Have you been watching the America's Cup competition on ESPN? Me nei- ther. Fire up those gas grills and let's kick back and chew the fat for awhile. Wharf! Wharf! 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