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40,- GAP, E GAZETTE, - Tuesday, June 5 ThursdaJune ,7, 2007 The June 15 Fighting Stewarts card at the Delaware State Fairgrounds Ice Arena has pro- moted Olivia Fonseca as super hot. Hook Continued from page 39 them" clich& This is about losing perspective in athletics and for.- getting that the spirit of competi- tion begins with respect. TORCH RUN - The Special Olympic annual competitions are this Friday and Saturday, June 8- 9, at the University of Delaware in Newark. The Law Enforce- ment Torch Run will begin Wednesday, June 6, at the Band- stand on Rehoboth Avenue. The. First State Force band will begin playing at 7 p.m. and the torch will be brought inby motorcycle at 7:30. More than 450 police of- ficers will participate in the torch .run and over the last 21 years the event has raised $2.1 million .to support DeIware Special Olympics. And let's be honest - you can't know too many cops! SUPER HOT- I am not so stu- pid as to write about a female ath- lete and refer to her as super hot unless she is sweating like my Aunt Rose over a vat of potato salad. But a press release promot- ing the Friday, June 15 Fighting Stewarts card at the Delaware State Fairgrounds Ice Arena has promoted Olivia Fonseca as super hot. I was a high school teacher for 35 years so I've seen lots of Milton, Delaware 19968 to//free: 866-313-GOLF phone: 302-684-3000 fax: 302-684-3389 pretty girls fight and, in fact, Iref- creed a few bouts from bantam to heavyweight. Ted Nugent wrote "Cat Scratch Fever" and everyone knows the melody but the lyrics are so wrong! SNIPPETS - If you're a long- suffering Phillies fan and a ninth- inning reliever starts serving up walks with a one-run lead you be- gin to have Mitch Williams flash- backs. Shane Victorino's walk- ff homer in the bottom of the ninth inning against the Giants last Sunday saved my fan loyalty to at least the All-Star game. I do believe the Phils are aggressively mediocre. There is a certain irony to hav- ing Jeff Conrad as the Cape grad- uation speaker Tuesday night be- cause Jeff is a former Army Ranger and :.the site looks like an Army'Ranger training ground. I expect Conrad to emerge from submerged in the middle of a muddy moat before walking to the stage. Seriously, Jeff, a gradu- ate of Georgetown University, is a rock hard real guy, and even though I let go of him during ocean rescue training on the RBP 30 years ago to save myself- I thought a clear jellyfish was a shark - I just always loved the guy. That is quite enough about the pompous circumstances of my life. Go on now, git! Jim Smith, No. 289, and a large field of runners round the first turn in the Rusty Rudder 5K. Netta Continued from page 39 winter Olympic team, began run- ning the series last summer to re- claim competitive fitness and is now running 30:05 - within sec- onds of achieving her goal of breaking 30 minutes. A bizarre and sad story earlier this year was of a double arson in Lewes affecting All Pro Maids and Irish Eyes. But successful people are all about healthy adjustments - one of the reasons why Matt Sprenkle (21:13) of All Pro and Tom Jones of Irish Eyes (28:08) keep fit to keep the edge. Joann Szczepkowski won the women's 60-64 age-group in the respectable time of 26:37. The next race in Dewey is the Saturday, June 23 Crabbers Cove Four-Miler. A complete list of race results can be found at the website the Blue Heron NOW FEATURING FRIDAYS 5pm - 9pm at the Rookery Golf Course Expanded Dining Doom Now Open Servinq Bet II eOI elBb irebllle Of lip tO $1,1011 on a new Carrier Infinity TM System. For year-round comfort and energy savings, nothing could be cooler. Beat the heat. Now is a great time to install a new system with a great rebate With rising electric rates, now is a great time to upgrade to-a higher efficiency system Unmatched Carrier expertise, efficiency and reliability Phone: 302-645-5823 ' SEAFOOD BUFFET Salad Soup of the Day Peel & Eat Steamed Shrimp Snow Crab Legs Crab Balls Stuffed Flounder All You Can Eat . Clams Parmesan Roasted Vegetable Pasta Fried Chicken Legs Assorted Desserts $22.95 $12.95 Adults Kids under 12 Also serving full dinner menu Breakfast & Lunch daily 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Sunday Breakfast Buffet $6.99 serving until 1:00 p.m. Special Everyday . $3.99 Half Sandwich w/cup of homemade soup Open to thePublic Great Meetinq Place Dine-In or Take-out - (302) 684-3103 Caterinq Available on or off site- Call for specifics Locally owned and operated since 1986 $200 OFF i AIR CLEANER, UV LIGHT OR HUMIDIFIER With purchase of Carrier Infinity System. For a limited time only. Call for details. :" : Cannot be combined with other coupons or specia s. .: Expires 06/29/07.  : ,1i --  . i ....