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AUSTRALIA WINS NA- TIONAL LIFEGUARD EVENT- The United States may be a country of geography morons but what was Australia doing at the USLA championships last weekend in San Diego? Have the Aussies petitioned for statehood? I guess a Subaru Outback is an Australian car also. Sonja Friend placed first in the two mile beach run while Mary Beth Ellis placed second. The soft sand relay team of Chris Schell, Derek Shockro, Tim Green and Tim Ferry also placed first. The new Sussex County chapter ran into rough seas and worse officiating and when the final scores were tallied finished in a dissappointing fifth place. COMMUNITY SERVICE- It was a great idea for new Lewes Police Chief Beau Gooch to allow the blue collar rock band Wiseguys to work off some com- munity service hours (not in a bad way) during the Lewes Town Night Out last Saturday. The group of Nelson Pennypacker, Brad Travis, Mike Daisey, Chad Pennypacker and Rick Trasatti will also play at the Aug. 24 Punkin' Chunkers benefit party at Riveffront Park from 2 to 6 p.m. Thanks to Wayne Lott and Bruce "Is Loose" Egolf, Beau Gooch, John Ellsworth and all those peo- ple who came together in the spir- it of fellowship. DELMARVA CHAMPI- ONSHIPS- The Lewes Yacht Club placed sixth in the Delmarva Swim Association's Champi- onships held Saturday, Aug. 2 at the Lake Forest Swim Center. A total of 651 swimmers were en- tered and 24 teams participated. The LYC received a special tro- phy for the "Best 8 and under boys team." Brenna Fleming, Peyton Killeen, Samantha Lee and Kristi- na Lingo placed second in the "8 Marlin Continued from page 82 ed to scream. "I saw the fish strike," Diane said. "It hit on squid," she said, slinging more jargon. "What an experience. It was like having a baby. I'm hooked. I want to go again." Ann Simpler hopes to make the excursion an annual event. The Surfside placed 1 lth out of the 57 boats. But they had the biggest fish and the best time. And the most first grade teachers. "The best part is that the tourna- ment raises money for cancer re- search," Ann Simpler said. It's a great tribute to Alice Kelly who is a legend on the outer banks. Kathy Llndemer photo Members of the Best 8 and Under Boys at the Delmarva Championships include (l-r) Joey Kurtz, Matthew Lindemer, Bryan Stewart, Coach Andrew Austria, Patrick Moran and Jimmy Priano. and under, girls 100m freestyle medley relay." DELAWARE GOLDEN LAX YEAR- The University of Delaware lacrosse team will cele- brate its 50th season when fall practice begins this September. Coach Bob Shillinglaw expects over 70 players to try out for the team. John Grant, an attackman from Peterborough, Ontario, is a junior transfer whom Shillinglaw calls the "top recruit the Universi- ty of Delaware has ever signed." Caesar Rodney players John Hart- nett and Eben Roberts will also at- tend Delaware. REVIVAL MILE- This Satur- day August 16 at 6 p.m.will mark the fourth consecutive year of the open ocean revival mile swim. Registration will take place from l to 5:30 p.m.at beach patrol headquarters on Baltimore Av- enue. The race will begin on either Queen Street or Henlopen Hotel depending on the current. Swim- ming a mile in salt water with a following sea is a realistic en- deaver even if you just bob. MILTON SOCCER- The Mil- ton Youth soccer registration for kndergarten through second grade and tryouts for grades three through seven will take place sat- urday, Aug. 16 at 9 a.m.and Sun- day, Aug. 17 at lp.m.at the Milton Middle School field.The cost is $10 per athlete. Dave Frederick photo The Wise Guys performing at Lewes's National Night Out celebration in Blockhouse Pond Park REHOBOTH BEACH RECREATION Presents the following activities For more information on any of these programs call 2274648 Night Recreation Program 7:00 - 11:00 p.m. 7 Days A Week Baltimore & The Boardwalk (Weekends only until June 6th) Public Tennis Courts 7:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. - 7 Days A Week $7/hour Phone 227-3598 Juggling On The Beach Every Wednesday 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. Night Recreation Area located at Baltimore & the boardwalk free program.., all ages... Instructor: Don Fisher August 20 & 27 Tot Lot (next to Lake Gerar) Activities  August 21 & 28, 7 - 8 p.m. - FACE PAINTING g August 18, 25 & 28, 7 - 8 p.m. - CLOWNS, CLOWNS, CLOWNS! August 15, 7 - 8 p.m. - SING ALONG & STORY SONGS Arts & Crafts At The Grove Park [' 10:00- 11:00 a.m. FREE...ages (5-12) Instructor Karyn Jennings August 20, 24 & 27 CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, August 15 - August 21, 1997 - 83 Masking Tape 1" x 60 yds. 12704 Soft White Bulbs 40,60,75 or 100 watt. 35835, 31341,42,51 Pet Dtsh 10".87782 Carpet Fresh Potpourri Scent $1 14 oz. 13046 Fdta eok. la=. Easy Grip Sponge !!i ........ 13310 00tCS. $ BRAND PalmoliveDishSoap_ 14.7 oz. 1027127,  j 1015643  1 '=-"-,-=- =,-- Single Spout 1 PaO $ --.--. 10 qt. 10975 Cleaning Supplies 10888, 10707, 10791,10832 S 1 645-6658