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Briefly Mid-summer nights volleyball tourney set The sixth annual Mid-Summer Nights Volleyball Tournament will be held today and Saturday, August 20-21, from 6 p.m. to mid- night each night, at the Night Recreation Area located at the end of Baltimore Avenue in Rehoboth Beach. For more information and to register, call 227-0478 or 227- 4648. Rehoboth Little League to meet Aug. 24 There willbe a meeting of the Rehoboth Little League Board of Directors, all coaches and all team mothers this Tuesday, August 24, beginning at 7 p.m. at Emmert Auction in Rehoboth Beach. The purpose of the meeting is to discuss the 1993 Little League season and to outline plans for the 1994 season. For more informa- tion, call Bill Capanaro at 945- 5042. LIVE MUSIC reshly Steamed Crabs Recent UD grads get special ticket offer Members of the University of Delaware's alumni class of 1991, '92 and '93 are invited to take advantage of a special ticket offer for the Blue Hens' September 1 lth home football game against William and Mary. At Recent Graduates Day, alumni from the last three graduat- ing classes are eligible for one free ticket to the game with the pur- chase of one $15 ticket. For more information, call 831-2341. Bodybuilding titles awarded The Mr. and Ms. North America and Mr. and Ms. Delaware Seashore Classic bodybuilding titles were awarded July 24 during a competition held at Rehoboth Beach Convention Hall. Pictured at right are Joni Morman (left) of Atlantic City, N.J. along with Sharon Atkinson of Medford, N.J..during the initial pose down of the competition. Atkinson went on to win the overall Ms. North America and Ms. Delaware Seashore titles. At left is Frank Cole- santi of Angola Beach, who was the overall winner in the men's short division of com- petition. Colesanti, who this year placed third in the Mr. Annapolis and Maryland State competitions, as well as third in the Mr. Maryland Over 55 division, went on to place second in the over 55 division in the July 24 compe- tition. He will be competing again August 28 when he par- ticipates in the Tournament of Champions to be held at the University of Maryland. The overall men's winner was Paul Olone of Prospect Park, Pa., who placod first in the men's middle division. Steve Hoenlgmann photos LIGHTNING PRO TEC T/ON H.A_ZZ00.RD CERTIFIED LIGHTNING PROTECTION Electrical Contractor L.P.I. Cert. 959 THOMPSON EOUIPlifElirr i 00.0000,;,LISTEI ] Est. 1958 645-8457 645-9060 PO Box 252, Lewes, DE 19958 BACK TO SCHOOL SAVINGS Select hats 2 for $20 Largest dealer of officially licensed college and professional athletic wear & accessories in Rehoboth Beach. First St. & Wilmington Ave. 227-7769 CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, August 20 - August 26, laa. 27 Reh0b0th Bay Shuttle 645-9380 Departs Rusty Rudder, Dewey Beach -- Mal0ne's Bayside Marina, Long Neck Long Neck DEPARTURE TIMES Rusty Rudder 10:10 m 12:10 pm n:oo Am 1.0 pm 2:10 pm 4:10 pm I 3.0 pm 5:00 pm 6:10 l 8:10 pm I Charters Available 7pm 9:00 pm 12:1010:10 am pal Saturday Fridays [Extended Hours On Weekends z.,o xz:oo. Pmsa.rds lda. Water Served With Every Meal Anglers Restaurant, a Lewes waterfront landmark, offers the finest selection of fresh seafood, steaks and sumptuous specials at the beach. Sail in soon for breakfL lunch or dinner. Enjoy a cocktail in our lounge or outside at the Dock Cafe. At Anglers, a water- front view is served with every meal, and we gladly accept MasterCard, VISA and American Express. ,,00NG ! FRS R E S T A U R A N T On the Lewes Canal at 213 Anglers Rd., Historic Lewes, Delaware 302-645-9931 (Bay side of the Canal Bridge)