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Cal Ripken Sr. joins DSTA to raise Special Olympics funas The annual Delaware State Troopers Association (DSTA) Golf Classic, held Thursday, May 22, at King's Creek Country Club, had its usual success, when it raised more than $15,000 for Delaware Special Olympics. Cal Ripken, Sr., was among the 27 teams that teed off during a shotgun start. Capturing the award for first place low gross was the Salisbury Moose Lodge team comprised of Marty Naugle, Clyde Mariner, Bill Sterling and John Boston. The team of Paul Caras, Joe Shak- ley, Barry Sipple and Terry John- son took first place low net. The Hertrich Motors team of Fred Hertrich, Craig Adaire, Pete Townsend and Wayne Mitchell landed the second place gross award, and the Wilmington Trust Company team of Mike McGee, Jerry Mullins, Michael Cummings and Dwight Belcher won second place net. Law enforcement agencies will again show support for the young Olympians when it kicks off the annual Law Enforcement Torch Run with Bike Prologue '97 on Wednesday, June 11. Rider regis- tration begins at Fenwick Island State Park at 4:30 p.m. Cyclists may leave their cars at Rehoboth Cap .Rlpken St'. is shown with his wife, Vi, and DSTA Presi- dent Lt. Joe Papii/as they prepare for the third green. The Ripkens are ts of baseball ironman Cal Ripken Jr. who holds the major loague baseball record for most consecutive games played. Elementary School, where shut- ties for the cyclists and bikes will leave the school at 5 p.m. for Fen- wick Island. After the 17-mile ride, cyclists will meet at the Re- hoboth Beach Bandstand. The riders will present the lit torch representing the Special Olympic Flame of Hope, for the runners, who will continue the journey at 8 p.m. While at the bandstand, cy- CAPE GAZWI'WE, Friday, May 8o- June 5, i7- 79 clists and runners will be enter- and the Cape Gazette office be- tained by Mario Rocco, whose hind the Roadhouse Steak Joint on singing includes Elvis imperson- Route 1. ations. Bike Prologue '97 is spon- sored by Nicola Pizza, and Wilm- ington Trust Company is sponsor- ing the Torch Run. Forms for Bike Prologue '97 are available at Troop 7 on Route 1 near the Lowe's intersection, Nicola Pizza in Rehoboth Beach Switch Your Pool To SimpliciW And Save Up To $16 Or More On Simplicity TM Initiator  Find out now! Contact your local dealer for more details! Rehoboth Little League Fund rolls on Rehoboth Little League continued to move closer to its goal of paying for all of its improvements on Glade Road with re- , cent donations. The photo at the bottom shows John Sharig. an donating a check for $1,000 to Ken Lingo, a member of the fund.raising committee for the league while the photo above shows Rohoboth Little League President Pete Townsend ac- cepting a check for $1,000 from Ed Davidson (and his sen) on behalf of the Bottle and Cork in Dewey Beach. Ed manages the popular night spot. (Weekends only thru June 6) Public, Tennis Courts 7:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. 7 Days A Week $7/hour Phone 227-3598 No phone reservations accepted (Weekends only thru June 7) Arts & CraftsAt The Grove Park Every Wednesday from 10 - 11 a.m. FREE , May 28th Activity is Beaded Jewelry Instructor Karyn Jennings Ages (5-12) 227-4648 "1 BLUEWATER POOLS& SPAS ] J 671 Hwy. One (Over the Nassau Bridge) (302) 645-8119 Sports Fans/ IB,,00 YOU DIDN'T KNOW Brought to you by Kelly Raez One of the strangest things that ever happened in baseball was when a batter hit a fly ball that NEVER CAME DOWN!...It happened at the indoor Min- neapolis Metrodome on May 4, 1984 when Dave Kingman of Oakland hit a high fly ball that got caught in the netting of the fabric ceiling of the dome...The ball stuck there and didn't come down...The umpires decided it was a ground rule double. What score does the average golfer in America shoot?...The answer may sur- prise you...According to a survey by the national Golf Foundation, the average non-pro golfer shoots about 97 for 18 holes...They say only one third of all golfers regularly break 90, and only 8 per- cent shoot in the 70s. Why is a first year player in sports called a =rookie"?...The name came from chess, where the rook is often the last piece played...In the eady days of base- ball, tim-year players were usually the last used...They became known as "rooks" or "rookies'. I bet you didn't know... You get a FREESet-up, Tune-up and Instructions With Every Bow Purchase at R & R Sports Center! ARCHERY PRO SHOP HOYT - MARTIN - P.S.E. BOWS IN STOCK C0ttutf B0W tKtl.8  Tlt} ]llClk . WE DO ALL Bff# RERIIIS. lillO TAIqGET RAIIGE . EAST AIIIOW FUGST SMJLAT. 'NIEE STAI . D.ACK POWg, NO SALES TAX 1124 HWY. 1, LEWES, DE 302-645-9801