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People Continued from page 54 can't play. Maybe I'll give them a call. YO PATROL - The Lindros Line of the Philadelphia Flyers has been dubbed the Legion of Doom by national sportswriters and broadcasters. Get up on outta there with that, Skippy! How ya doin'? That ain't Philly talk. Sus- sex County is as well-stocked with hockey fanatics as trout cir- cling Blockhouse pond. There are not only fanatical Flyers fans pouring into bars on hockey nights, but Pittsburgh and Wash- ington fans as well. It's important to recognize the difference so you don't get punched in the face at a bar for criticizing the wrong play- er like Lindros, Jagr or whoever it is who plays for Washington. Penguin fans look like former players with big shoulders and scruffy facial hair with a 40- pound medicine ball stuck under a Steelers shirt. Don't call Jagr Favio around these people. Even though the Pittsburgh accent is well into the dorky category, the people are tough. Philly fans look like soft pretzel salesman, but they all think they look like rugged de- fensemen. You can make fun of Hextall as long as you don't mind them making fun of your mother or wife. Don't get into a making fun contest with a Philly person. You will always lose and as they cart you away to jail, after you go ballistic for attempted assault, you will hear them say: "Hey buddy. Forget about it. I've got your Hextall fight here waiting for you when you get out. Know what I mean?" Washington fans dress Tennis Continued from page 54 The good news is that head coach Jane Brandt had returned to the coaching ranks after a mid season vacation due to surgery. In the boys tournament, Cape finished third behind Seaford and Milford. Sunil Hosmane placed second at second singles along with a sec- ond place finish by the second doubles team of Ragan Derrick- son and Jerry Rawlins. Jamie Fuqua placed third at third singles. like they have day jobs and they are the real legion of doom and gloom. They expect to lose. Don't aggravate them. We're talking postal employee backlash syndrome. SNIPPETS - What would hap- pen if San Antonio's Dennis Rod- man was a guest on the Captain Kangaroo show? "Mr. Green- jeans meet Mr. Greenhead." They could join Kermit and form a trio. As the summer approaches "Key- stoner Busting" comes into full force. "You can always tell a group of Pennsylvanians getting ready for a big day of fishing," a former Playmate of The Month told me. "They like to wear cam- ouflage and orange hats. I tell them, this ain't hunting season, man. Them fish can't see you up here." Wharfl Wharfl. Surfers and bodyboarders gather for championship The Delaware Eastern Surf- ing Association (ESA) will host the 1995 Delaware State Surfing and Bodyboarding Championships this Saturday, May 20, beginning at 9 a.m. on the north side of Indian River Inlet. The event is the largest surf competition in Delaware, and features 20 divisions of com- petition, including boys body- boarding and boys longboard (14 and under), which are new in this season. This is an open competition and surfers do not have to be a member of the ESA. ESA points will be awarded to cur- rent members only. Trophies and prizes will be awarded in each division, and each competitor will receive a free T-shirt. Entry fee is $25 for the first division, $5 for each addition- al division. For more information, call Harry Wilson at 227-4011. CAPE GAZETI, Friday, May 19 - May 25, 1995 - 55 Steve Hoenigmann photo Meals on Wheels golf tourney nets over $15,000 Eighty-five golfers turned out at Rehoboth Beach Country Club on Monday, May 15, to help raise more than $15,000 for Meals on Wheels of Lewes and Rehoboth Beach- "We were very pleased with the showing," said Meals on Wheels executive director Kathy Keuski, adding this year's expanded tournament raised almost $6,000 more than the previous year. Several of the participants and volunteer workers took some time out to pose for this photo prior to the start of the low net scramble tourney (fivesomes). They include, from left, Kathy Keuski, Meals on Wheels corporate secretary;, Irene Simpler;, Carl Hollaway, Meals on Wheels treasm-- er, Tom Seery, Meals on Wheels president; Christine Evans, admires" trator for Harbor Health- care Center;, Ron Sharer, president of Harbor Healthcare; lion Barrows, golf pro at Rehoboth Country Club; and state Rep. John Schreeder (D-Lewes), who took time off from a busy leg- islative agend for a good caus The top five finishers and their scores inelude first - Joanne Hastings, Lucy Guenveur, Robert Katz, Jerry Hagen and Joe Moore, 48; second - John Baker, Larry Isaacs, Bob TayLor, Roy Mitchell and Jim Powm's, 50, third - Bob DexTickson, Richard Derriekson, Wayne Dukes, Bruce Wright and Joe Shoddey, 50; fourth - Matt Linkewieh, Frank Bennett, Brian McCartney and Chris Kelly, 50; and fifth - Marina Ellis, Ed Masterson, Ray Simpler, Mike Kardesh and Ed Brown, 52. Recently Refurbished MAE HALL McCABE, INC. Call or Write for Rental Brochure 122 Rehoboth Ave. Rehoboth Beach, Delaware 19971-0006 302-227-2558 TOLL FREE 800-227-2558 FAX 302-227-1060