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C4 THE DAILY TIMES Salisbury, Md. April 28, 1985 Traeisiiioini IFromni SaiOor 7.. i Big Mat Card On Thursday InlauDd Easy Move i For imiiiiiHiniu mm in iiMiiriiM.wiiiii rr-rT rt wwwww.v..w.T I I SALISBURY 'Wrestle-but live Mania" is history, championship wrestling will By B. J. DASHIELL Special To The Times Making the transition from sailor to fleet captain was easy for Bill Hand.

A broker at Sea Colony Condominiums, Ocean City, he has been sailing in that area for 12 years. As the Eastern Shore Sailing Association's (ESSA) Ocean City fleet captain, Hand is responsible for 15-20 monohulls with PHRF ratings and (in the planning) two additional one-design fleets the Sunfish and the Ccttcimdrcin He has 18 Wednesday night races in a three Low Point Series (1800), and six Sunday races in a single Fall Series (1400). There is no posted cruise schedule for this fleet. This eager and fast growing group of racing enthusiasts, with return to the Wicomico Youth Civic Center on Thursday. Titan Sports, the promoters, have lined up another Madison Square Garden card for the return fo the pros to the area.

Two championship title bouts head the program. The main event will be for the intercontinental heavyweight belt with Greg "The Hammer" Valentine, the champion, butting heads with "The Junk Yard Dog." The new WWF tag team champions, Nikolai Volknoff and The Iron Shiek will tangle with a couple of tough newcomers to this country, The English Bulldogs. These two are greased lightning. The balance of the card is made up of some of the outstanding wrestlers in the country. Ivan "Polish Power" Putski will meet Matt Borne, while Playboy Buddy Rose returns to the area after a long absence to tangle with Tommy "Wildfire" Rich.

Jim Niedhart goes against George Wells and Boo Bradley will open the program with a tussle with the popular Brett Hart. The bouts will get under way at 8 p.m. Tickets are on sale at the box office at the civic center and all the usual outside i outlets. Boating Fleet Captain Bill Hand aboard the "Jacquies Rival Ivan "Polish Power" Putski eight trainees in ASTA Sail Training races. It will sail the Bay with overnights in Dahlgren, and St.

Mary's. Cost $350. For $425, you may leave Boston, sail, whale watch and have a marine science counselor on board. The Mystic Seaport Museum's schooner; Brilliant, sails regularly in and out of Mystic, on Sunday, disembarking Friday p.m. Cost No drugs or alcohol are permitted and you will need the; ability to work and live in very close quarters.

Write ASTA, 365 Thames Newport, R.I. 02840 or call 401-846-1775. SAIL TRAINING There are several deepwater ships that offer one-week sail training cruises through the agent, American Sail Training Associa tion. These cruises offer experiences for the studious, the adventurous, the artistic and the athletic. Generally available for youth, 15-26 years, adults are; welcome on selected cruises.

One of the ships, Providence, owned and operated by Seaport '76 of Newport, R.I., will cruise from Alexandria, to Norfolk from June 16-22. This sloop, a replica of John Paul Jones' first command, will participate with Bill at the helm, are having three special races this season. A first-time Regatta will be held July 6-7 at Isle of Wight Bay. Sponsored by Worcester Beer Wholesalers in conjunction with Michelob, it is scheduled as the Michelob Bay Regatta. There will be three groups participating monohulls, Sunfish, Catamarans in a three series race during the two days.

There will be two races on Saturday and one on Sunday. Trophies will be awarded on Sunday at the Ocean Pines Yacht Club. Any interested competitor may call Mike Kelly at 749-4875 or Hand at 641-7708. On July 20 the Ocean City Regat-. ta will be held.

This is the 4th year for the 23 nautical mile Atlantic Ocean race open to members and non-members of ESSA. The South Moon Under Cup, first held in 1983, will begin at 1300 on Aug. 18. Hand, shown here, sails an O'Day 25, the "Jacquies Rival." He and his wife Jacquie live in Ocean Pines with their two Kaoddl(y) Last Practice Session Key To The Winston PP All 111 PBB4 Wl I ft A UnAmriUNdnlr Wltto I LllWu 'The "decisions that Rudd and Moore reach will determine how well they, do in The Winston. Rudd expects the NASCAR all-star event to "be a good one.

I definitely think the fans will see an exciting race. I think there will be a lot of lead changes. WICOMICO YOUTH CIVIC CENTER Glen Avenue, Salisbury, Md. THURSDAY. MAY 2nd 8:00 P.M.

ft I Main Event One Fall One Hour Time 4- 0OJO0S0C 108 I CHARLOTTE, N.C. The key to winning The Winston is going to be the last practice session held before the start of the all-star race. At least, that's the opinion of Ricky Rudd, who will start 10th in the $500,000 race set for Saturday, May 25 at Charlotte Motor Speedway. The 105-mile, 70-lap event will get the green flag at 4: 15 p.m. with Jefferson-Pilot Teleproductions televising The Winston live (the race will be blacked out in North and South Carolina and parts of Virginia and Tennessee).

Rudd believes the car's chassis setup is going to be the determining factor in deciding who wins the $200,000 the largest first-place prize in NASCAR Winston Cup history. "That's why, the last practice session will be so important," says Rudd. "That session will determine how you set your car up. "In most races, if your car is not handling right when the race starts, you can just take it easy INTERCONTINENTAL HEAVYWEIGHT TITLE MATCH GREG "The Hammer" VALENTINE VS THE JUNKYARD DOG (Champion) (Challenger) TAG TEAM TITLE MATCH NIKOLAI VOLKOFF i VS THE BRITISH BULLDOGS! 8- THE IRON SHIEK (Champions) (Challengers) PLUS IVAN PUTSKI I VS MATT BORNE PLAVBOV BUDDY ROSE VS TOMY "Wildfire" RICH JIM NIEDHART. GEORGE WELLS BOB BRADLEY BRETT HART ft I rt GENERAL MOTORS A FUEL FILTERS TOE CF 427.441 RINGSIDE RESERVED GENERAL ADM.

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Md.airiT'aCararr.tWiHaU.Va. Ricky Rudd ITV WRESTLING ft Saturday at 2:00 PM Saturday al 11:30 PM WM0TTVChannal47 WBOCTV Channal 16. and concentrate on staying in me same lap with the leaders until you set a chance to and make an pit ar that is pit that is not handling properly when The Winston begins. "You are going to have to man-handle the car," he states. "You are going to have to drive over you head.

Even if it is not comfortable and you are really extending yourself, you are going to have to do it to have any shot at winning The Winston. "Andthe race pays too much not to man-handle the car for 30 or 40 laps if that is what it takes to win it But Rudd doesn't want to be put in that position. That's why he and car owner Bud Moore plan to spend a lot of race week "talking about the chassis and what setup will work at that time of day after a 300-mile race (the Winn-Dixie 300 for the Busch Late Model Sportsman Series) has been run." adjustment. But not going to be. the case in The Winston.

'First," adds the 28-year-old driver, "the race is only 105 miles (76 laps) long, not 500 or 600 miles is usually the case. Second, there will be only one pit stop (the mandatory stop for right side tires between laps 30 and 40). And you cab't afford to be a half a lap or more behind when you pit because thb chances are you are not going to. have enough time to make up the difference." Rudd says there is only one solution to the situation if his Motorcraft Ford Thunderbird is Goodyear's Best All Season Radial, Time Ever At Theso Low Salo Prices I AS Low As Troopers Involved With Special Olympic Projects per month for a set of 4 tires. Size P15580R13 Whjtewall.

Sale Ends May 41 I SALE PRICE 1 SlM Till. Monthly N.ttH Ml Sal Payment netde. at Tim Selal. P15580R13 $59 00 $26.80 $16.00 P16580R13 $63 00 $28.20 $16.00 P17580R13 $64 90 $29.00 $16.00 P18580R13 $6615 $29.60 $17.00 P17575R14 $66.50 $29.60 $17.00 P18575R14 $7180 $32.00 $19.00 P19575R14 $7520 $33.60 $19.00 P20575R14 $79 65 $35.60 $20.00 P19575R15 $80 60 $36.00 $21.00 P20575R15 $82.75 $36.80 $22.00 P21575R15 $86.50 $38.60 $22.00 P22575R15 $88.30 $48.20 $23.00 P23575R15 $89.95 $58.60 1 $23.00 Vector All Season Radial Unique crisscross tread Long term mileage produces superior traction capability Double steel belts protect Complete range of sizes for U.S. cars and imports hazards 'Monthly charge when purchased with The Silver Card, a revolving loan account from Citibank.

Amount may be greater due to tales tax and any existing balance on your Silver Card account. Flyers Alumni in the May 5 game against the troopers. Flyers fans will recognized these players: Bobby Taylor, Joe Watson, Rick MacLeish, Ed Van Impe, Ted Harris, Dave Schultz, Jimmy Watson, Bob Kelly, Reggie Leach, Don Saleski, Lou Morrison, Bob Daley and Marcel Pelletier. In addition to the game, spectators will also be treated to performances by the University of Delaware ice figure skaters. Tickets are now available for a donation of $5 and can be acquired at Delaware State Police Troops 1, 2, 6 and 9.

For more information, call Troop 9 at 302-571-3075. NEWARK "Delaware State troopers at Troops 2 and 9 have planned two different activities in May to benefit the Delaware Special Olympics. On Sunday, May 5 at 1 p.m., the Delaware State Police Hockey Club will host the Philadelphia Flyers Alumni in an exhibition gaxne at the University of Delaware ice arena. Sunday, May 26 at 9 a.m., the Delaware troopers from Troop 2 will sponsor their annual five-mile road race at the Del Castle Recre-atipn Area at 801 McKennan's Church Road in Wilmington. ome of the top names in professional hockey will represent the LIGHT TRUCK FAVORITE! Custom Polysteel Radial -15 Outline White Letter Load Range B.

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Sate Etvda May 41 For a limited time only the AIR FORCE has openings for prior AIR FORCE personnel. We are seeking Individuals who have attained the rank of E-4 with a 5 or 7 skill level In selected AFSCs and have been out of the AIR FORCE less than 5 years. The education, experience, and benefits are as great today as when you left. The pay Is even better. We want you back In the AIR FORCE If you qualify.

Contact: Sgt. Al Hutzulak 742-4710 AF RESANC Out more than YOU MAY STILL QUALIFY! I Air Force. A great way of life. GRIER TIRE CO. INDEPENDENT GOO Dy EAR DEALER 76 Years of dependable Service" S.

SALIS. BLVD. Phone 742-3227 SALISBURY, MP.

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