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Briefly Giving blood on back-to.school list As students return to school, those who are 17 and older.may have an opportunity to donate blood through a blood drive spon- sored through their school or col- lege. Here are the "Top Ten Reasons Why Students Should Donate Blood," from the home office of the Blood Bank of Delaware/East- ern Shore in Newark: 10. Free cookies and soda! 9. You'll get to ask people all day, "Am I your type?" 8. A really cool sticker will be yours after you donate. 7. At what other time during school can you sit in a lounge 3. You have a legitimate excuse to give blood. 2. Two words - free t-shirt (or some other groovy token of appre- ciation) 1. You'll save a life. For more information, call 302- 737-8405, Ext. 732. Cape Class of 1977 planning reunion The Cape Henlopen High School Class of 1977 is planning its 20th reunion for Oct. 18, 1997, which is homecoming weekend. The organizers are unable to lo- cate a large number of classmates, so anyone knowing their where- abouts should contact Laurie Schrimsher Kreis at 226-1524, or LeeAnn Gallo Wilkinson at 645- 6661. CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, August 29 - September 4, 1997 - 49 Cape High holds summer graduation exercises Cape Henlopen High School was the scene of summer graduation exercises on Thursday, Aug. 21. Those who graduated this summer are (l-r) Doray Robinson, David Willis, Matthew Couchman, Rhett Passwaters, Kuiyana Cephas and Keyshia Sheppard. chair? 6. You might get a date with the donor sitting next to you. 5. Free cookies and soda! 4. You can watch a teacher give blood. SDALL Continued from page 48 sions on the Internet will enable participants to surf the world wide web. Also featured will be a course on the American Revolution taught by Howard Maxwell. He recently taught a course on the American Presidency and is the current chair of the Academy council. A review of the history of the Supreme Court will be offered by Barbara Vaughn, an amateur his- torian, who previously taught clases on Theodore Roosevelt and the history of the Hermitage in St. Petersburg, Russia. A history of women, to be taught-by Patricia Rockett, will trace women's histo?y from Pre- historic to modern times. She has worked in the field of education for 34 years. Robert Duncan wiHshare his knowledge of Africa, its geogra- phy, sociology and history from the perspective of his background in the United States foreign ser- vice. A continuation of the popular Maritime History taught by Mary- Emily Miller will focus on the role of the U.S. Navy and the Mer- chant Marine in post World War I. And no catalog would be com- plete without some attention to the Civil War, which will be provided by Bud Adler who has a consum- ing interest in this topic and has taught several courses at the Academy on the Civil War. A medical update, a class on yo- ga, beginning bridge, personality styles, travel dynamics and many more are included in the fall se- mester. To request a catalog or to obtain more information about the Acad- emy of Lifelong Learning, a part of the University of Delaware's Office of Continuing Education, call 645-4l l 1. ANNUAL LAB' DAY ALE s tradition would have it, it's time again for the Jeremiah's famous Labor Day Sale! This sale has (like the one held at our Wilmington store) become legendary. It is a great way to end the summer and stock up on all the tunes and accessories you need for school. The sale prices are the best you can get and will not be matched by any other store. CHEI2100 OUT THESE SAVINGSI!I / $2.00 OffALL Cassette Tapes / $3.00 OffALL Domestic COs (That's $6.00 off double discs/) / $5.00 OffALL Music Videos / $8.00 OffALL Import CDs (That's $8.00 off PER DISC) / $fO.O00ffALL Box Sets / 50% OffALL T-Shirts / 25% Off ALL Accessories , .mmMmm+:: es ' BmESAVER II f F " 1t Lets .II MORRISS This sale is our way of saying thank you for your continued support and for having another great season/ LABOR DAY WEEKEND SALE HOURS Fri. & Sat. 10 a.m. - 10 p.m. - Sun 10 a.m. - 8 p.m. - Man. 10 a.m. - 10 p.m. Terms of sale: Cash, Master Card, and Visa. No Checks. 1707 Highway 1, Dewey Beach FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 227-7273 As always Jeremiah "s pays more for your COs & tapes!