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Angle Moon photos Rehoboth Bay's howling southeast winds have Hobie skippers flipping, smiling at North Americans When Rehoboth Bay Sailing Association was wooing organizers for the 1998 Hobie 16 North American Continental Championships for Dewey Beach, one of the strong suits was the strong fall winds that bl0w from the south in late September and early October. The organizers took the bait and haven't been disappointed. "Yesterday the wind was howling," said race co-chairman Bruce Andrews Thursday morning. "Twenty-three of the 63 Hobies that start- ed Wednesday afteruoon's race couldn't finish. Thirty of them went over. It was blowing about 30 out of the south and southeast. There are a lot of happy souls here," said Andrews. The week of racing started on Sunday, Sept. 27, with a series of races designed to choose the U.S. Hobie 16 racer who will rep- resent the U.S. in the 1999 Pan American games to be held in Canada. Wally Myers of Mamora, N.J., and Mark Santorelli, his crew, dominated the four- race series with three firsts and a fifth o win the qualifying honors. They are shown in the lower right photo, sail No. 102733, leading another race. Myers is a five-time Hobie national champion, having won the Hobie 16s three times and the 17s twice. Andrews said Myers was continuing to sail strong all week and appeared to be headed toward his sixth national championship. By the time trophie s are awarded Friday night at Ruddertowne's Crabbers Cove, the Hobie skippers will have sailed 18 races to determine who are the best Hobie 16 crews of North America for 1998. The photo above shows part of the fleet under a cold front moving through and providing ideal sailing conditions. At lower left, Chris Begrow takes time out between races. Spirit Week activities announced at Cape Cape Henlopen High School will hold Homecoming Spirit Week activities the week of Oct. 5-9. Each day has a theme: Monday, Oct. 5, "PS day"; Tuesday, Oct. 6, "Hat, Tie-Dye and Sunglasses Day"; Wednesday, Oct. 7, "Wacky Wednesday"; Thursday, Oct. 8, "Clone Day"; and Friday, Oct. 9, "Blue Gold Day." Float building will take place from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., Monday through Thursday, in the bus barn, with hallway decorating .set for 3 to 6 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 8. The Homecoming Parade kicks off at 6 p,m., from the boat dock, proceeding down Savannah Road to the high school. Drivers are ex- pected to be at the boat dock at 5 p.m., with candidates for the king, queen' and other honors expected to be at the dock at 5:30 p.m. The football game against Sus- sex Tech kicks off at 7:30 p.m., with the king, queen and other honors to be announce at half- time. The Homecoming Dance is slat- ed for 8 to 11 p,m., Saturday, Oct. 10; no tickets will be sold at the door. BOATAJ.S. offers In[ernet access for boaters BOAT/U.S., the nation's largest organization of recreational boaters, has launched BOAT/U.S. Online, a low-cost, unlimited In- ternet access service for boaters, Fitness Fantasy Football using the advanced Internet tech- nologies of POWERworx, a ha-" to begiil Oct' 5 at YMCA tionwide Intemet service provider based in Boulder, Colo. BOAT/U.S. Online was specifi- cally designed with the interests of boaters in mind, according to David Pilvelait, BOAT/U.S. com- munity relations director. "Unlimited Internet access with BOAT/U.S. Online costs as little as $15.95 per month, no iongterm commitment to our service is re- quired, the first 30 days are free and there is no account set up fee," he said. BOAT/U.S. Online subscribers also receive free e-mail, a person- 'al web page, chat, free Internet software and technical support. For more information, call 800- 678-6467. i Fitness Fantasy Football is com- ing to the Sussex Family YMCA. This six-week program allows teams of five or six people to score touchdowns based on the amount of time they exercise. The program will run from  Monday, Oct. 5, to Sunday, Nov. 15. Fitness Fantasy Football is open to all full members and staff of the Y'. The teams will be ran- domly chosen. The object of the game is to score as many touch- downs as possible. The daily maximum is 60min- utes for each activity, which in- cludes weight training, swimming or aquatic fitness, aerobics class- e s , running and cardiovascular machines. For every 100 yards scored, a touchdown is awarded. For every 15 minutes of exercise, one yard is gained. The team with the most touchdowns will be awarded prizes. Worcester announces golf tourney winners The following students were winners for their grade in the re- cent Worcester Cou-ntry School golf tournament. Skyler Hopkins of the Country School took first place for seventh grade; Brian Dernulc of St. Francis came in first for eighth grade. Worcester students John Merry- man and Michael Heiderman fin- ished first in grades nine and ten respectively. Ben Carlisle of Epworth Christ- ian took first in grade 12.