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People Continued from page 20 the week ergo weak fish. I ascribe to the trolling alone in the middle of anywhere theory or shoal me the way to go home. If fish want to school under the humming motors of the Pennsylvania navy then one has to question whether they're safe to eat anyway. They may be Dawinian Deadenders. CARTER'S KNEES SHOT - Michael Carter, the new noseman for the Philadelphia Eagles, has blown out of town. Carter, a three time all-pro with the San Francis- co 49'ers, abruptly announced his retirement last week. Carter listed his weight at 300, hut we big peo- ple know better. He was at least 350 with knees so had if he were Catholic he would have to defrock himself. Carter was a former national schoolboy record holder in the shotput with a throw of 81 feet. And an even bigger blow came to the Redskins when they learned that offensive tackle Jim Lechey would be lost for the sea- son with a torn knee ligament. Lechey is recoginized as one of the best tackles in all of football. THE SCHROEDER CLAN - Jane and daughter Tory Schroeder won the national mother-daughter grass court tennis championship last weekend in Providence, R.I. Jane and Tory are the wife and daughter of Howard Schroeder Jr. The girls are the two-time defend- ing mother-daughter national champions based upon a series of four tournaments around the coun- try. The Schroeder's live in Chap- le Hill, North Carolina. Tory will attend James Madison University in the fall on a tennis scholarship. SNIPPETS - Carolyn Manll, a 1989 Cape Henlopen graduate, recently graduated from the Uni- versity of New Hamshire. Car- olyn is now residing a block off Broadway Avenue where she is a graduate student at Columbia Uni- versity. Carolyn is into physical therapy and sports medicine and will be one of the trainers for the Columbia football team. Several neighborhood toughs allegedly chased Carolyn's daddy, Ned, back to the Verranzano Bridge hoping to 'Trouser Jack' the coun- selor's madras pants. The Phillies now have a righthanded Thigpen out of the bullpen to complement a lefthanded Wild Thing. Thanks to the Mets' Anthony Young, the Phils maintain a nine game lead over the Cardinals in the National League Eastern Division. During Sunday's ESPN's "Sports Reporters" program, Bob Ryan of the Boston Globe argued with Bill Conlon of the Phildelphia Daily News that Fernando Valenzuela of the Orioles should be American League Comeback Player of the Year. "For god's sake he was pitching in Mexico last year," Ryan said. Pointing out Fernan- do's ERA of over 4.00. Conlon said,"What? He don't need no stinkin ERA"! I knew that when political correctness eroded it would begin in Philadelphia. The Lewes Polar Bears have procured the Bay Center in Dewey Beach for next February's post aquatic stress disorder plunge party. The February dip benefits Special Olympics and last year raised over $20,000. Jeff and Tina Cannon were in attendance last week for the Rehoboth Beach Lifeguard reunion. Jeff and Tina now live in Roanoke, Virginia with their three children - and maybe somebody else's - who knows7 Bob Andrus and Jay Maull will join coach George Glenn on this year's foot- ball staff. Andrus was the head coach at Cape in 1989 and fin- ished the season with a 4-5-1 record. Running Continued from page 24 ASBURY 10K Local Dan Pusey out of Mills- boro finished 30th out of 2,720 runner's at the prestigious Asbury Park 10K run held in Asbury Park, N.J. Pusey, running for the Seashore Strider's, turned in a time of 32:52 which averages out to about six consecutive miles just under 5:20 a clip (how many of us can even run a 5:20 mile?). The men's Champion was Simon Karori of Kenya in a time of 28:22, while the top American fin- isher was Joe Lemay in 10th place with a time of 29:52. Tim Sponaugle ran 52:30 for his first 10k race, while Dave "The Speisser" Knobelspiece ran 59:10 for his ninth straight Asbury Park appearance. UPCOMING RACES This Sunday, August 22, will kick off the llth annual YMCA 5- miler at 8:00 a.m. beginning at Deanville Beach north of the Hen- lopen Hotel in Rehoboth Beach. For more information call the Y.M.C.A. at 227-8018. The second annual PAL 5K run and added 1-mile walk will be held on Saturday, August 28, at 8:30am at the Henlopen Hotel in Rehoboth Beach. For more information call the Delaware Seashore Racing Series Race Hotline at 227-6265 ... Over & Out! SIGHTSEEING Narrated Tours of HISTORIC LEWES 131ue Crickot Air Conditioned Bus Tours Tours Begin and end at Lewes Ferry Terminal Call 645.4545 for schedule CAPE GAZETI'E, Friday, August 20 - August 26, 1993 - 25 SIX-HOUR FISHING Through August Sails Daily .................................................................... 8:00 a.m. Adults ..................................................................................... *24 Children ................................................................................. ,19 Rod Rental ............................................................................... *4 SHARK FISHING FOR KIDS (3-hour trips) $ Through August ..................................................................... 15 Sails Daily .................................................................... 3:00 p.m. (Rods, bait & fish bags included in this pdce). =  m n am m m mm n mm mm m mm m m m m mmlm m m m n umm m m ml u mmm m mm ml m mm n m mm m mm m m 1 COUPON *2 OFF Rod Rentals* 81 COUPON I- .................................... -J These fishing trips are a great, inexpensive way to end a hot summer day! See historic landmarks, lighthouses and nature. Frequently, the dolphins put on a show for us. NOTE: 1. Children must be accompanied by an adult. 2. Excessive drinking not permitted. Alcohol will be regulated. We reserve the right to change prices and schedules as necessary.