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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, November 8 - November 14, 1996 - 41 t fans depart with memories chunk full of fun KIm"y KImtw' photo od hand-carved trophy and vow Parker, Rod Litwiller and Stove Above, a representative from Coastal Surveyors is called upon to measure a throw, while below, John Mitchell of Laurel dresses in full Native American regalia to show his support of the Universal Soldier team. Ane Moon photos Angle Moon photo Above, Speed Lackhove, captain of last year's champ, Mello Yello, stays optimistic to the end. At right, the big machines position themselves for combat. i ii Kerry Ktw photo raven The human powered division proved to be the most " - tire, well, at least the most amusing. Above, a local team Angle Moon photos manned by (l-r) CharHe Lyon, Charles Szabo, Kirk Randall and George Coding give it their all before the gourd is fired. K.ewt Kutw photo An Moon photo Above, Scott Sadler kicks back in all his pumpkined glory between shots, as a member of the New Bethel Assembly of God Marching Tabernacle Choir team from Maryland, known more for its comic relief than its threat at clinching a title. At left, somne of the 25,000 peo- ple who attonded can be seen observ/ng the compotitio