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84 - CAPE GAZETI, Friday, Septeinbe]6 26% O6 "bi'r' 2, 11197"" From The Ca Gazette's Traveler Series::: Howard, Tory and Jane Schroeder celebrate Tory's Arthur Ashe Collegiate Award for leadership, sportsmanship. Quick Hitters By Dave Frederick SCHROEDER SCORES PRESTIGIOUS HONOR- Tory Schroeder of Chapel Hill, N. C., daughter of Howard and Jane Schroeder, was selected last Au- gust as the NCAA Division I win- ner of the Tennis Magazine Arthur Ashe Collegiate Award for leadership and sportsmanship. To- ry was a four-year starter for James Madison University and was named All-Colonial Confer- ence in both singles and doubles last spring. She graduated cum laude in May with a degree in health assessment and promotion. Tory once teamed up with her morn, Jane, to win the National Claycourt Championships. Her dad, Howard, is part of the Lewes Schroeder brood that also includes Steve, Robbie, Johnny and Carol. Howard was an outstanding ath- lete for Lewes High School - a Sam Russell Award winner and member of the Gold squad for the Blue-Gold all-star football game. INTERIORS BY TICE- Is it possible that a softball team of in- terior decorators is leading the Re- hoboth fall league with a 7-1 record? Last Monday night the In- teriors team met the previously unbeaten East Coast Structural Movers. The game was a match- up of the league's heavy (not in a bad way) hitters with Brian Mif- flin, James Allen and Bill Cordrey on the Movers team and Dr. Jeff McCann, Dion Brown, and Bob Robles from the Interiors squad. Tice Interiors won the game 13- 12. Players Adam and Kelly Gelof missed their wedding anniversary dinner to play in the game. Cou- ples that play together stay togeth- er. Cape volleyball beats Saints, fades against CR By Dawn Cintavy Coming off their first win, last Saturday over St. Andrews, the Cape volleyball team faced an al- ways-tough Ceasar Rodney squad on Tuesday, Sept. 23. The Vikings jumped out to an early lead, but the Riders made a come- back to take the first game 15-9, and the second 15-4. Jessica Witherspoon led the Cape team with six kills and four blocks, and Dawn Cintavey and Maryellen Widdoes contributed with three assists each. "We axe starting to play as a team and pret- ty soon things will turn around for us," said co-captain Monica Webb. The girls had their first victory of the season against St. Andrews on Saturday. After losing the first game, 10-15, Cape battled back to take a close second game 16-14, and then easily took the third game 15-8. Leadingthe way once again was Witherspoon with 12 kills and eight blocks. Janelle Savage, who recently moved up from JV, contributed to the Vikings victory with five perfect passes, nine digs and a kill. Sarah Rawlins also had a good game with five aces and eight digs. "This was a great win for the team," said Vikings senior setter Widdoes. "We battled back after losing the first game, to come back and win the match." The Vikings lost to Wilmington Christian on Thursday, Sept. 18, 9-15 and 5-15. Tiffany Morris helped out with three aces while Witherspoon and Julie Parseghian contributed with six and five blocks respectively. Soccer Continued from page 81 better than we did," commented Myers. The Vikings met the Milford Buccaneers on Thursday, Sept. 25 at Cape Henlopen High School and on Tuesday, Sept. 30, will face Worcester Country School, also at home, starting at 7 p.m. Next Time, Charlie Will Know What To Say Charlie and Barbara Fleetwood visited Colonial Williamsburg in the winter of 1997 and were having a wonderful time touring the historic community until it came time for the court session. When Charlie failed to say'God Save The Queen" at the beginning of the court session, the high sheriff grabbed him by the collar, hauled him before th judge who was in a foul humor that day to start with, and Chariie soon found himself seated on a narrow and uncomfortable rail with his ankles secured firmly in a pair of stocks. Thirty minutes was the sentence. =You really couldn't call it cruel and unusual punishment," said Charlie. "They did allow me t o read the Cape Gazette while I was cooling my heels." In India, Elephant Rides Go Better With The Cape Gazette Mary Lou Sheehan of Rehoboth, and her mother, Elinore, of Lewes, bearded an elephant during their trip to India during the winter of 1996- 1997. "We took some time to read the Cape Gazette as we enjoyed the long ride up to the Amber Fort just outside of the Pink City of Jaipur on a painted elephant. The entire trip to India was a trip that will never be forgotten," wrote Eli- here after she returned. 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