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CAPE , Friday, August 6. August 11,1994,49 Briefly RBCC's Bob Lewis wins club championship Eighty-five golfers participated in the 1994 Men's Club Champi- onship at Rehoboth Beach Coun- try Club on Saturday, July 30 and Sunday, July 31. Bob Lewis be- came the new club champion with his score of 147, and Pete Townsend was runner up in the championship with a score of 148. First flight runner up Ralph Boga- rt had 150, while Randy Kenwor- thy snagged the win with 148. In the second flight, Stuart Outten was runner up with a 165 average, and Bob Reed won with 160. Charles Forbes was third flight runner up with a score of 175, and Dick Lynam won with a score of 175. Fourth flight runner up was Joe Schranck with 182 and winner Art Henry with 179. In the Super Senior division (ages 65 and older) Jay Smith was runner up with a score of 153 and Ralph Bogart won with his 150. Lou Blakey was runner up in the Junior Senior division ( ages 55 - 65) with his score of 150, and Bob Lewis won with 147. Juniors (ages 17 and under) Zac Oakley and Jason Deptula were runner up and winner respectively with scores of 95 and 84. Skimboarding contest Aug. 13-14 in Dewey From its modest beginning more than 12 years ago, the East Coast Skimboarding Champi- onships have grown into the largest and most prestigious skim- boarding event in the world. Dewey Beach - the skimboard- ing capital of Delaware - once again will be the site of the cham- pionships to be held Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 13 and 14. Both professional and amateur skimmers from all over the coun- try will be on hand to tackle Dewey's famous shore break. Of particular interest this year will be the appearance of two top teams from California - the Victo- ria Skimboard Team from Laguna Beach and the Slotstick Team from Malibu Beach. Two-time world champion Bill Bryan will be riding for the Victo- ria Team. The competition will be heated as Dewey's local skim- mers, including defending East Coast champion Bill White, go head-to-head with the West Coast teams. The action will get under way at 8 a.m. Saturday, with contestant registration ($25 for amateurs and $75 for professionals) and a mandatory warm-up period. Amateur preliminaries will be- gin at 9 a.m. with professional preliminaries beginning at 1:30 p.m. All competition will take place on the beach at New Orleans Street in Dewey Beach. For more information call 227- 8288. More Briefs on page 50 Lady golfers compete in annual RBCC member.guest tournament Although a storm threatened to delay or call a halt to play for the women who golfed in the Member-Guest tournament on Tuesday, Aug. 2, eight players met the challenge and be- came. the winners of the best ball tournament at Rehoboth Beach Country Club (RBCC). Elaine Dill and her guest, Eleanor Blanche of Milford won the low gross with a score of 50. Member Shirley Conley and her guest Gail Nemcic of Maple Dale won the low net with a 33. Member Judy Buckley and her partner Claire Croll of Sussex Pines won the second low gross with a 50. Kelly Anne Carter of RBCC and her guest Marianne Haley of Ocean Pines won the second low net with 34. Shown in back from (L to r.) are Buckley, Croll, Blanche, and DilL In front are Nemcic, Haley, Carter and Conley. Kerry Kester photo Stuart Kingston Gallery is open For Private Sales Monday thru Friday 9 to 5 and 8 to 11 Saturday 10 to 4 and 8 to 11 Closed Sundays 227-2524 Public Auctions EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT During the summer Doors open at 8:00 p.m. Located at the north end of the Rehoboth Boardwalk Stuart Kingston Inc. in conjunction with Emmert Auction Associates is proud to announce an Absolute Auction of The Estate of Naon Craft of Henlopen Acres, Delaware and Coral Gables, Florida to be sold Saturday August 6th at the Rehoboth Convention Center by order of the executor This will be the biggest auction of the year, so don't miss it. Preview, Friday the 5th at 5:00 P.M. The Auction begins at 10:00 A.M.