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Continued from page 100 REWARD $100 REWARD p|.e into For information relating to identifying the car which hit and killed my puppy on June each 3 at 8 PM in my driveway at Rt. 5, Box 82- issue' T on Rt. 9. (.4 miles west of Rt. 5 & Rt. 9 Harbeson intersection). CALL 684-4147 any time Cryptogram Answer WANTED: Lab or Golden Retriever pup. Call same number. People who work sitting down get paid more than peo-i pie who work standing up. - Ogden Nash INVITATION TO BID i i Sealed bids for one (1) 1999 16ft. diesel five-ton payload Flatbed Dump Truck will be received by the City of Lewes at the City Manager's Offide, E. Third Street, Lewes Delaware, until 2:00 PM, local time Wednesday, July 1, 1998, with bids being opened at 2:01 PM on the same date in Council Chambers of City Hall, E. Third Street, Lewes, Delaware. All responsible parties regularly engaged in business of this nature may examine or obtain specifications at the City Manager's Office, E. Third Street, Lewes, Delaware, during regular business hours of 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM, Monday thru Friday, or by calling (302) 645- 7777. Mailing Address: Elaine M. Bisbee, City Manager City of Lewes P.O. Box 227 Lewes, DE 19958 The City of Lewes reserves the right to accept or reject ANY AND ALL BIDS and to waive the informalities within the bids, and to accept the bid deemed to be in the best interest of the City. Hungry for the latest news about local restaurants? Read Cape Cuisine. Found each and every week, only in the CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 19 - June 25, 1998 - 101 Mike Short photos The winning net team of (l-r) Dave Coil, John Floyd, Jim Lachall and Pete Nehrbas were among the many golfers who raised money during the Classic at the Greens golf tourna. ment for the American Heart Association. The First Union Bank team made sure to men- tion that it was also Lachall's birthday. Classic at the Greens a big w00er for Heart Association By Michael Short The Classic at the Greens golf tournament at Sussex Pines Country Club on Wednesday, June 10, raised approximately $10,000 to benefit the American Heart Association. The popular golf tournament is an annual affair that attracts dozens of golfers. Much of mon- ey stays in the community, ac- cording to Ginger Wingard of the American Heart Association (AHA). Wingard said many of the funds are used for local efforts like free literature and screen- ings. Mark Steiner, president of the Sussex board of directors of the AHA, notes that heart dis- ease is still the No. 1 killer in America and that he appreciates the efforts of the many sponsors and golfers, especially principal Running Continued from page 90 100: I. Dontez Collins, 15.4; 2. Ronald Wright, 16.4 200: 2. Ronald Wright, 35.7 400: 1. Dustin Charles, 1:15.0; 3. P.J. Me- lendez, 1:25.0 400 Relay: I. Kyle Furniss, P.J. Melendez, Travis Shelaby, Tony Brisco, 1:08.3 Softball Throw: I. Dontez Collins, 119-1,2. Antonio Brisco, 3. Joshua Weldin Standing Long Jump: 1. Dustin Charles, 6- 2; 2. Michael Heam, 6-0; 3. Kyle Fumiss; 4. P.J. Melendez 11-12 Girls 100: 2. Arin Richter, 16.4; 3. Janessa Brooks, 16.5 400:. 2. Clare Nowakowski, I: 16.0; 3. Bren- nan Killeen, !:21.3 800: 2. Cl=re N0wakowski, 2:57.0 400: !. Brennan Killeen, Arin Richter, Janesga Brooks, Betsy Hicks- I .'07.1 Softball Tarow: I. Mn Richter, 122-7; 2. Katie Weldin, 99- I 0 Standing long Jump: 2. Clare Nownkows- ki, 6-9 it2; 3. Jtmsa Brooks 6-4 Boys 200:. 3. Steven Paff, eghian, 32:5 400: i. Hem 3, Briso, 1:13.1; 2. Tyron Tin- gle, 1:13.6; 3. Steven Peer, !:i4.0 400: 2. Tyron Tingle, Sloven Peer, Bruit Wilkinson, Hem T Brisco, 1:03.0 Softball Throw: 3. Andrew Windsor, 140-0 Standing Long Jump: 3. Andrew Windsor, 6-10 13-14 yrs. Girls sponsor Tunnell Communities. The top net team, First Union Bank, was made up of Pete Ner- hbas, Jim Lachall, John Floyd and Dave Coil. The top gross team for the tournament was Jay Lewis, John Lingo, Mark Hocker and Jim Bart. The second gross team was Bob Lore, Jerry Mullins, Carl Maschauer and Jeff Hilovsky. The other top-four net teams are as follows: second net, Steve Shirey, Bob Portz, John Jordan and Rich Caruso; third net, Pri- mo Toccafondi, Roger Reed, Ray Hopkins and Bud Clark; fourth net, Glenn Showell, Bill Pusey, Sam Harrell and John Of- fida; and fifth net, Rick Coff- man, Dave Wilkinson, Ron Laws and Bob Chaffey. The top gross team for the tournament includes (l-r) Mark Hocker, Jay Lewis and Jim Baar. John Lingo is ab- sent from the picture. I 100: 1. Latoya Soead, 13.5; 3. Catherine Waples, 14.3 200: 1. Catherine Waples, 31.0 800: I. Brittany Morris, 2:41.0; 2. Tiffany Melendez, 2:55:0 1,600: 1. Tiffany Melendez, 6:04.2; 2. Brit- tany Morris, 6:09.2 Softball Throw: 2. Liz Himes, 136-0 Standing Long Jump: 2. Brittany Morris, 6- 8 Boys 800: 2. Matt Riggin, 2:34.0; 3. Taylor Donohue, 2:39.0 1,600: I. Matt Riggin, 5:23.4 SPLITS - Seashore Strider Kai Maull will fly out of Salis- bury at 6:50 a.m. Friday, June 19, to defend his tite at the Na- tional Scholastic Championships at North Carolina State in Raleigh. Last year's meet is where Maull had his national breakthrough and leaped a dis- tanc of 24 feet 7 inches to stem the meet and burst upon the big time scholastic track-and-field scene. This past year Maull was second at the indoor nationals in 24-2 and captured the Penn Re- lay title in 24-9. Maull, who will room with the second best hur- dler in the country and a future Clemson teammate, will go into the meet and join five other jumpers who have traveled more than 24 feet this year. Kai will compete in the triple jump on Friday evening and the long jump on Saturday evening...Next week I will join Kai as we fly to St. Louis on Wednesday night for the USA Junior Nationals at the University of Evansville. The meet is considered the largest and toughest in the coun- try, with the best athletes under age 19 competing for the world junior team. The top two finish- ers in each event will join a U.S. team that will travel and com- pete in France for a three-week span in late July and early Au- gust...A month ag o I sent out more than 20 letters to area busi- nesses and organizations trying to raise funds to help Kai with expenses to these two national caliber meets. Surprisingly, only three responses came in - special thanks go out to Richard Der- rickson, The Dewey Beach Li- ons and the Cape Gazette for their support. Good luckto Kai in his two biggest career meets as he jumps for the gold.