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Thursday, March 23, 1S31
Cart Wocdard, IM Publicity, S33-11S3
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UNC's IM basketball season had been cut down to
just four teams in each division by press time this
week, with the finals set for Tues.. March 24. The
gradind and fraternity finals were scheduled for.
Carmichael Auditorium if teams agreed.
- There has been only one major upset so far.
Defending gradind champion Law School "Caveats"
was upset by the Estes Park "Sonics II" last
Wednesday. The Sonics lost to the Law School
"Lawless" in the quarter finals.
Defending fraternity champ Omega Psi Phi (Que)
"Omega Men" made it to the finals with wins over
Beta "Blue 2." KA "2" and Kaooa Psi "Blue."
The Que's, who defeated Kappa Psi Monday night,
faced the PiKa PDT winner for the marbles.
In residence hall, there was no Teague A or last
year's winner, one of the varsity football team's
entries. This year had three basketball upstarts.
Everett, Granville CW and Craham joining defending
residence hall point champ Lewis.
In the women's competitive division, four of the
five toughies of the year remained in contention. Top
ranked Laurel Ridge-Old Well "Untouchables," P.E.
Crads "Has Beens," Avery "Chicas De Balcontesta,"
and P.E. U'grads "Butchers" were left at press time.
Black Student Movement, also a traditionally strong
team, was defeated by the Has Beens in an earlier
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, ' Margaret Oaugherty. manager of floors 7-9 in
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Last year's Qua'a whoop it up after championship
Child Psychiatry's "Borderlines" defeated
Pathology's "Floaters" 38-33 for the faculty-staff
basketball championship last week. Members of the
. winning team are Gary Bawtimes, Joe Horacek, Dan
Blake, Ed Eutmacker, Cliff Tennison, Jeff Greenwood
and Bill Ryan.
Entries for this year's faculty-staff men's softball
league are Student Affairs. University Police, P.E. and
Athletics, Pharmacology, Pathology and Faculty
Laboratory of Bacteriology, In the co-rec division, the
six teams are Sports Information, Pediatrics, Records
and Registration, Printing and Duplicating, LIPID
Research Project and Physical Plant.
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"cream of the crop" . final basketball standings. . .
no order. . the finals were played Tues., March 24.
after the Weckeno'er deadline. . .championship results
will be in next week' "IM Bulletin Board."
Everett "Rim Wretkers"
Cranville CW "Tellon"
Omega Psi Phi "Omega Men"
Kappa Psi "Blue"
PiKa "Thank lor Shoppin"'
Law School "Lawless"
Di-nta! School "Healers"
law School "Mudsbarks"
Laurel RidgeOld Well "Untouchables"
. P.E. Crads "Has Beens"
Avery "Chicas pe Balcontesta"
P E. U'grads "Butchers"
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The 'Rolling STOW's'
by Ray Rhodes
STOW Res. Coll. IM Coordinator
The STOW area (Spencer. Triad. Old Well) is really
roiling in Intramural sports.
Mclver and Alderman are leading the way as both
dorms placed teams in the semifinals of the women's
rec basketball playoffs. ,
The Mclver 'M and M's" were led by Jane Keppel,
Jan Blair, Debbie Flowers, Mary Ann House and
Alderman's "Ardvarks" were paced by captain
Libby Neville, a dominating player. Alderman should
also field a strong softball team, led by the second
and third base duo of Mary Bruce and Cindy Leazer
and star shortstop Beth Johnson.
Mclver. which teamed with Manly for the Co-rec
football championship, has also done well in bowling.
The doubles teams of Pam Cox-Debbie Flowers and
Robin Benton-Becky Walson look to be competitive. '
Tracy Turnbull. the IM manager at Kenan said her
dorm will be led in softball by the Kenan "Kittens."
The men's dorms in STOW have just completed
basketball and are now turning to softball. The "Gene
and Dean (Riddle) Show" filled up the baskets for the
Carr "Cargoyles" gradind basketball team, along with
some help from Tom Richardson.
Old Easts "Bulldogs," like Carr's teams, made it to
the quarterfinals in the basketball tournament. Kenny
Edwards and Willie Lucas were the team's strongholds
and it was nothing but string music from 25 feet for
the two sharp shooters. Cameron "Disco" Burns was
the enforcer on the inside.
Jim'Mylett, the IM manager at Old West, stated his
team lacked height to be competitive in residence hall
basketball, but as usual. Old West should field strong
softball outfits, "The-Team" and "Crand Master
Old East has two teams in softball this season. The
"Sox" are captained by John Ager and have a list of
sluggers including Greg Creech, Scott Tate and Jack
Cole. The Bulldog stars are Kevin Gardner and Otis
Ayscue, who is affectionately called "The Babe" by
his teammates. "
Carr's softball entry, the "Thrashers" opened play
Fri., March 27 DEADLINE for entering IM team golf
fs golf, annual IM swim meet, Lifetime Leisure
Program's 3rd Fitness Class and the Blue Heaven
basketball classic. . .
Sat, March 28-Campus Y's "Walk for Humanity"
fund-raising walk-a-thon . . . contact Simon
Coldenberg, 933-4282. for more information . . . UNC
SCALPS RALPH ... CO HEELS!!!
Sun., March 29-UNC's "Big Four" softball entry wiU
play the Virginia Military Institute (VMI) softball club,
1 p.m. Carmichael IM field .. .
Mon., March 30-DEADLINE for registering for
badminton clinic, fitness class, 6-4
Blue Heaven classic begins . . .
""Coach Smith's first national
Franklin Street erupts . . .
Wed. Apr. 1-ANNUAL CO-REC SPORTS DAY with
UNCC, UNCG. N.C. State here from 11 a.m.-1 p.m
DEADLINE for entering all-campus and mixed doubles
THIS IS IT
badminton tournaments , . . handball clinic, &-8 p.m.,
Thurs., Apr. 2-ANNUAL IM SWIM MEET. 6:30 p m
Bowman Cray Pool ...
Fri., Apr. 3-Play begins in annual IM team golf
tournament, fs golf tournament and DEADLINE for
the Lifetime Leisure golf clinic ....
If Al Wood and company can represent UNC in
Philadelphia, get off your quarterback chair and
represent UNC in the annual Co-rec and Big Four sport
days, Apr. 1 and Apr. 8 respectively . . . sign-up now
Which fraternity is the best in the water?? f Enter the
IM Swim Meet '81 and represent your organization . . .
All IM basketball team captains should turn in all
IM basketball jerseys as soon as possible.
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