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n .I UI it Jill I ,I UII muu'l m  ............... 68 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, September 13 - September 19,1996 From The Ca )e Gazette's Traveler Series* / / / Angle Moon photo Cape volleyball opens with two wins Cape's varsity volleyball team opened its season in the past week with two wins: one a drubbing of Salisbury's Wicomico High School and the other a closer match with Wilmington High School. Katie DelCampo, shown here making a set, recorded 6 kills in the Wilmington High contest with Maggie Widdoes recording 3. DelCampo also recorded 14 digs. Sussex Pines hosts Delmarva 9 hole title Sussex Pines Country Club near Georgetown hosted the Nine Hole Women's Delmarva Golf Association Championship on Tuesday, Aug. 27 with 56 golfers participating from 9 of the 12 member clubs. Dot Walsh served as chairperson for the event. Mary Kay Boston of Nassawango Country took top honors with her 44 followed by Shawnee's Marie Straub, 48; Maple Dale's Linda Malloy, 49; Sussex Pines' Connie Pepper and Nassawango's Ellen Barnes with 50s; Garrisons Lake's Marie Nolte, 52; Maple Dale's Emma Jo Crawford, Rehoboth's Elaine Dill, and Sussex Pines' Claire Croll, 53; and Maple Dale's Gall Nemcic with a 54. Shown here (l-r) in the rear are Dill, Pepper, Crawford, Nemic, Barnes, Croll and Nolte. In front (l-r) are Malloy, Boston and Straub. Adult flag football set for Sussex YMCA An adult flag football league will be organized by Ryan Thoma at the Sussex Family YMCA in Rehoboth Beach this fall. Games will be held from 10 to 11 a.m., on Sunday, Sept. 30 through Nov. 18, with 10-player teams (seven players plus three al- ternates), good refereeing, tro- phies to the winners and T-shirts for all participants. Each team plays each other team twice. Contact Thoma at the Y, 227- 8018, or leave your name and number at the front desk if inter- ested. Shirley and Jack Shader stand outside the Grand Hotel on Michigan's Mackinac Island. With their Cape Gazette, they had no worry about fitting in. On Michigan's Mackinac Island, they rock and read the Cape Gaz 00.tte Shirley and Jack Shader of Harrisburg, Pa. wrote to us recently and enclosed the photograph shown above. They were kind enough to carry the Cape Gazette with them on their travels so we're happy to share their thoughts: "We quite often visit our daughter in Rehoboth Beach and have enjoyed reading the Cape Gazette. Our daughter told us you sometimes print pictures of where the Cape Gazette turns up around the world. We thought you might be interested to see where your paper has been traveling with us lately. "This photo shows us in June, 1995 at the beautiful Grand Hotel on Mackinac Island, Michigan. The Grand Hotel is the world's largest summer hotel, and boasts the world's longest porch - 800 feet. You reach the island by jet-powered catamarans across Lake Huron - leaving your car in Mackinac City as there are no cars on Mack- inac Island, only horse-drawn carriages. After reading your paper and relaxing on one of the many rocking chairs on this long porch, we strolled down the hill to par- ticipate in some of the Lilac Festival activities in the town by the lake. The Grand Hotel Is where the Christopher Reeve movie "Somewhere In Time" was filmed in 1979." Our thanks to the Shaders for including the Cape Gazette in their travel plans. Ill. ::::::ii iiiiiiiiiil iiiiiiii[ ii iiiiiii:i iiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii] We accept  and ] as payment for Cape Gazette subscriptions. To have your credit card billed, please include your number and expiration date. Let us know which subscription category you would like and include your phone number so we can contact you if necessary. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Year in county ........................... $25.00 6 months in county ........................ 12.50 I year out of county ....................... 40.00 6 months out of county .................. 20.00 Student (9 months) ...................... $30.00 Snowbird (in Sussex part of the year, elsewhere the rest) ............... 30.00 Sr. citizen discount (62) substract $2 for I yr., $1 for6 mos.