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Briefly Oldtimers softball league in planning stages A softball league for players 55 and up is being organized by George C. Anthos who lives in Edgewater Estates, Lewes. "In 19901 started an old timers league in upstate New York and today there are six teams and always people on reserve lists waiting to play," said Anthos. "The goal of this program is fitness and fun for the geriatric generation." Players from Kent and Sussex counties are being sought for the league. Plans at this point call for a 10 game season followed by playoffs and a banquet at the end of the season. Since he is new to the area, Anthos is seeking as much help as possible in getting the league off the ground. Interested people are invited to call him at 644-2158 and leave a message on the answering machine if Anthos does not answer in person. Trail Pace set April 28 at Redden Forest A timed ride over a marked course of approximately six miles, to be ridden by teams of two or three riders, will be held at Red- den State Forest on Sunday, April 28. The area of the ride will be in the section of Redden Forest that lies along Rt. 40 west of Rt. 113. Trophies and cash awards will be made in a number of divisions. The fee is $15 for adults and $10 for juniors. For further informa- tion, contact Janice Sensi at 855- 0782 or Marilyn Bergfelder at 398-0113. SeaCoast Speedway opens April 27 Saturday, April 27, is set as the season opener for SeaCoast Speedway and there will be a full card of racing. Gates open at 5 p.m., qualifying begins at 7 p.m. General admission for adults is $8, children six through 12 are $1 and kids five and under get in for free. SeaCoast has recently gotten in- volved with the Sussex Vo-Tech School. Students in the Communi- cations/Media class are putting to- gether a documentary about dirt racing on Delmarva. The docu- mentary will be shown on Corn- cast cable television later this spring. Long Neck Lions to hold golf tournament The Long Neck Lions will be holding their fifth annual golf tournament at Old Landing Golf Course on June 3. There will be a shotgun start at 7 a.m. with a $50 fee per golfer, which includes green fees, cart, food and prizes given for low scratch, closest to pin, and longest drive. For further information, call Wayne Johnston at (302) 945-2480. The rain date is set for June 4. Benny Mitchell photo Thomas Murray (top) controls Mitchell McGloin of Lancast- er, Ohio enroute to a 12-5 decision at the National Tourna- ment of Champions. Murray, of the Rehoboth PdL. Yellow. jacket wrestlers, won four of six matches at the nationals. Charles, McDonald excel at National Tournament of Champions By Benny Mitchell Several Cape area wrestlers boarded a plane at Baltimore- Washington International Airport Friday, April 19 and landed in Cleveland, Ohio. After a two hour drive south to Columbus, the Cape contingent weighed in and prepared for "The World's Largest One Day Wrestling Tour- nament". More than 2,200 wrestlers from 26 states con- verged on the Celeste Centre on the Ohio State Fairgrounds Satur- day morning, April 20 for the Na- tional Tournament of Champions. Conner McDonald took second place in the bantam 40 lb. class. McDonald avenged a loss at the Eastern Nationals to Evan Kolb of Coopersburg, Pa. with an 11-1 de- cision in the Ohio competition. Brother Daniel McDonald fin- ished eighth in the same weight class. Brock Charles finished third in the junior 125 lb. class. Charles pinned four opponents in under one minute and his only setback was a controversial 2-0 loss to eventual champion Chris Smith of Akron, Ohio. Kevin Soots (junior 80) and Andy Chunn (junior 100) both won first round matches be- fore bowing out of competition in the consolation bracket. Cape's Theron Pavlik (ad- vanced 160) lost his first match 8- 5, came back to win his next two, and was finally eliminated in the double elimination competition in the fourth round. Other Cape area competitors included Cory Chunn (midget 85), Chad Travis, junior 85), Jenna Pavlik (schoolboy 140), and Eddie Cook (elite 112). Dukes Boat Sales, Inc. Sales & Service Long Neck Road, MUlsboro, DE 19966 -- 302-945-1111 Contrary to the rumor... We take Trade-ins on New or Used Boats Seaswirl ~ Pleasure & Fish Suncruiser ~ Pontoon Grumman ~ Pontoon & Fish Lowe ~ Pontoon & Fish Leisure Cat- Ocean Runner We Sell Johnson Motors WE "RE NOT THE BIGGEST, JUST THE BEST! New & Used CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, April 26 - May 2, 1996 - 65 Route 24 * 3 miles west of Hwy. One I Peddlers Village Shopping Center I 945-0600 not valid with other specials. Exp. 4/30/96. | NEW CONDO & HOME O1 s.lr0000' FURNISHINGS OVERSTOCKS, MODEL FURNITURE, DISCONTINUED LINES "- DON WEBSTER SAYS "CLEAR" THE WAREHOUSE! PIECE BY PIECE FOR THE HIGH DOLLAR! 0019, APRIL I webster 27r. Furniture lo:oo I" AT g|ri' AoM  I OFF RT 1 "NASSAU,DE" g| x  . I (SALE HELD INSIDE) NATIONAL MANUFACTURERS SUCH AS: Top of the line pieces from Berldine, Athens, Lane, Bassets, Riveroaks, AclJon, Ashley, Sealy, Brown Jordan, Flexstesl, Bush, Chatham County, Dlnalre, Lawn Comfort, Cebu, Mica Works, nston, Borut, Telescope, Venture, Bassett, Design Hod- zon, Serla, Restonic, Florida & Morel Sofa's, Loveseats, Enter. Centers, Library Room Dividers, Computer Stands, Wall Units, Upholstered Chairs, Side Chairs, Headboards, End Tables, Cocktail Tables, Console Tables, Dining Sets, Chairs, Sleepers, Wing Chairs, Benches, Day-beds, Recliners, Rockers, ToV. Carts, Home Theatre, Leather Pcs., Barstools, Umbrellas, Large Lot of Patio Furniture, Bedding, Area Rugs (dozens), Artwork for Condo's & Homes, Futons, RI.I Noah To: MWord Dover --__ Nmau Bridl (over RR 'lYacks ]Bt luipmt Co. Sectionals & more! lewes Vol. Rre Dept. N=.. !'---I t,,, ,f , rl, To T *- I Auctioneers Note: Webster Furniture is one I of Delmarva's most successful retailers. I They are liquidating this model fumiture in | order to make room for 1997 lines. All items I will be sold item by item for the high dollar. I NO RESERVES. Everything sells. All At I Auction Prices! I 5 Points Inten,ectioe 1987 Wellcraft 18 FOOT BOWRIDER WITH AN I/O. Terms: Cash or personal checks with I.D. J on day of sale. All items being sold as is. I Delivery can be arranged. A 5% buyer's J prarnium will be charged on all purchases. | S sold as is. Delivery can be I RAIN OR   (302) 227-143 EMMERT00 AUCTION DAY Call for Inspection ASSOCIATES  ,(302) 227-2714 "We Brtng Buyer & Sel/er Together" NIGHT 7-2714 Night (30 237-1433 Day * (30 227-,46 Fax If you m rumbhlng e beach home, cotlage, or condo, this Is THE SALE for youl