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[ i Ill ttllm )) FOOTBALl.: Ross Einste n drives Dawgs through Bethany Riptide P36 SF,,)rts & Outdoors 34 TUESDAY, XJi 24 - TFRSDAY, NE 26, q)08 Cape Gazette Suher wins Classic Catering 4-Miler    PACK  runners flanked on the left by Bret Kilefner and on the right by Jay Daily. By Dave Freclerkk Dan Suher, 21, recently gradu- ated from Brandeis University by way of the Charter School in Wilmington, took the lead from the opening cannon shot last Sat- urday morning, June 21, at the Classic Catering 4Miler/5K Walk in Dewey Beach leading 278 run- ners out on the course. Suher ran a 4:17 mile this spring and was featured on the school's athletic website listing his favorite course as Wealth to Poverty. Dewey has 1,000 homes with average cost a half million dollars with 21 single-family homes on the ocean between 3 and 7 mil- lion dollars. There are no poor people in Dewey and at $20 a race entry fee, no poor souls in a DAVE FREDERICK PHOTOS morning field of fleet feet run- Continued on page 36 I want to beads of sweat in high definition i SUBMITTED PHOTO JOIOI  Og BITE  near Angola works on stretching exercises with heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko. i walked west down Colum- I bia Avenue offBroad Street at night in the fall of 1965 with 10 one-dollar bills in my pocket in case I had to buy something I didn't know I need- ed, like a barbequed chicken or a pair of black knee socks or a pic- ture of political activist Cecil Moore. I wanted to step into the gym where the Black Bear, Sonny Lis- ton, pounded training partners. I wanted to absorb the culture, hear the jazz coming from the bars on the strip. These cats played burn barrels, not steel drums. The new millennium - it is all about contrast. My friend from Rehoboth life- guard days, John Knarr of Elite Fitness near Peddlers Village, is in Austria training his million- aire Ph.D. buddy Wladimir K1- itschko, the heavyweight cham- pion who owns more wide belts than Chick's of Harrington. K1- itschko will defend his heavy- weight titles against American Tony Thompson Saturday, July 12 at the Color Line Arena in Hamburg, Germany. The 36-year-old Thompson, who lives in Washington, D.C., is currently ranked as the No. 1 contender in the WBO. Thomp- son is a 6-foot-5 southpaw and unbeaten in the last nine years - but then again who isn't - I know IanL Do you think Willie Reddish ever stretched Sonny Hston? Looks like John is stretching Wladimir at their training chalet. And what's with that Benny Hill jab? I want to see Klitschko knock somebody out - you know, the punch that generates a mil- lion beads of flying sweat. That is so cool in high definition. Note: In 1987, following a suc- cessful petition, Columbia Av- enue in North Philadelphia was renamed Cecil B. Moore Avenue in his honor. TOUR DE TIGHT PANTS - I saw lots of bikers looking for a tour this weekend and I think I can put together a Tour De Under- belly fundraiser event for the City of Philadelphia to stamp out random violence when it gets hot. But this ain't no "Black Hawk Down" movie. You get culled from the palin- drome - madam, I'm Adam - or peloton or whatever the gay name for a herd of bikers is and you are on your own as the rest of us will make our break. Bik- ing is the best way "to go ghetto" and all the major urban centers have them. Forget about renting "The Wire"; you can be you own Carl Wallenda on a 10-speed in high gear through the mean streets of Charm City. Crank through Fish Town Philly with its narrow streets running under the elevat- ed train and diversity of cultural lifestyles and know in an instant that "Survivor" on television is the stupidest show in the history of uncivilized society. Seriously I'd love to do this as a photo journalism project if anyone is interested. MARGARITA WRESTLING - A California event to raise money and awareness and to benefit breast cancer research is Mar- garita Wrestling which has do- nated thousands of dollars to the Susan G. Komen Foundation, whose Executive Director Betty Rodriguez described it as an "in- trigtting approach to fundrais- ing" Here's a direct quote: "The Margarita Wrestling Associa- tion's slogan is 'We love breasts, Continued on page 35