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For now, Wolf seems more concerned with the headache of having to now host two big races: the South Jerseys on Aug.12, plus Avalon's annual David Kerr Memorial on July 31, named for a lifeguard who passed away in 1982 of skin cancer.Memorial Day weekend up and down the Jersey Shore was, in Wolf's polite description, "a mess." Margate, Sea Isle, Wildwood, and even Avalon reported lots of underage and open drinking on beaches, as well as trash and rowdiness.In Margate, there were at least 10 arrests on beaches near Lucy the Elephant, mostly for underage drinking, said Detective Joe Scullion.Avalon administrator Scott Wahl said he'd heard of only one actual arrest.Wolf says he prefers that his beach patrol summon the police for police issues, but the beach patrol inevitably gets blamed.The K Rock Cup a major Super Sedan Show, West Coast Classic, Victoria’s longest running Modified Production Feature plus major events for V8 Dirt Modifieds, Street Stocks, Speedcars and AMCA’.The internet has made it super easy for many people to access Chinese dating websites.
Avalon's small-ball victory only adds to the intrigue of this year's season of Lifeguard races, a competition of intense rivalries dating to 1924.(When last Wilson was heard from, attorney Frank Corrado said, he had moved to the Keys.) Wolf makes no apologies. There was Kerr, whose signature long hair jumps out from old photographs, flying out of lifeguard boats.He's there to keep people safe, not win friends on sports radio. "Someone was accusing us of having a Nazi salute." As for Cataldi, Wolf said: "He's not going to get a break." Even skin cancer hasn't gotten the better of Capt. Kerr was just 28, a year past a breakout season as a doubles rower.OK, and maybe that sign-off salute he uses to dismiss his guards, beach by beach, mile by mile, at day's end.Wilson, who sued, likened him to a German field general. "I'm always getting stuff taken off." Heading into the 61st season, Wolf's thoughts drift toward those on his patrol whom he has, improbably, outlasted.