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Dy STEVE MOOUE
As the end of the semester draws near,
many students at the University of North
Carolina prepare for summer work.
Some students take jobs just for the
money, while some want the experience
and others like the fun of them.
Freshman Emily Beahm of Raleigh
said that she todk her job for fun.
Beahm was a counselor at Camp Sea
farer, a private camp in eastern North
"I don't do it for the money," Beahm
said. "I do it because it's wonderful.
"I didn't make enough money, but I
did get to meet a ton of Carolina people
who work there," said Beahm, who has
been a camper there for four years and a
counselor for two.
Junior Brenda Behringer of Gastonia
said that her last summer job was also
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Thursday,. April 30, 1981
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Super. Team, softball end today
Because of aa early deadline, final results of the
week's two biggies are not included. Softball play
offs had advanced into semifinal play at press time
" and the "Super Team Competition" had decided
winners, in softball, and , basketball. Both will be
In Super Team, the IM special event that pits the
top four fraternities against each other in competi
tion in five sports and ditto for the top four resi
dence hall units, Delta Upsilon and Teagiie A took
slim early leads.
DU, the defending frat point champion and cur
rent leader as well, defeated Pika for the Super
Team softball championship. Chi Phi finished third
and Pi Kap fourth.
Granville DW, the current residence hall point
leader, won the residence hall softball title by
defeating Teague A. Lewis finished third and
'Teague B fourth. Teague A.won the basketball title
by defeating IM regular season residence hall bas-"
ketbail champion and last year's point winner,
DU defeated Chi Phi for the frat basketball title
with PiKap beating Pika for third place.
In other IM results, Jake Kelly defeated Segried
Borrow for the women's competitive single's tennis
title. Kelly combined with John Belk to win the co
rec competitive tennis title by defeating Marc Smith
and Jan Blair. :
Tony Hodges beat Sunny Boone for the men's rec
singles tennis tiUe and Kim Helms took Laura
Bagget for women's rec singles.
In badminton, Depak Sahasrabudho won the
men's competitive singles with a win over Greg
Butler. Butler tasted victory however in men's
competitive doubles, teaming up with Sahasra
budho. John Ager won men's rec singles, ChiD
Venable and Liz Evans won co-rec competitive, Lee
IM officials group taps 19
Almost 20 new members have been added to the
UNC IM Officials Association, the Supervisors of
Officials have announced.
According to Assistant Darcy Williamsen, who
along with Michelle Langan and Supervisor Rick
Fair have directed the program this year, this
association honors those officials who have
provided outstanding loyalty, dedication and t
performance to the officials program.
Named to the group this year are Jeff King, Rob
Briley. Ricky Jordan. Rick Blalock, Marcus Forbes,
Steve Cobb, Steve O'Connell, Tim Cates, Bobby
Strickland, Billy Sutton, Diana Swcezy, Joe
gympool hours from May 1 August 16
Fri., May 1-Tues., May 26 regular spring
Mon., M2y 11-Mon., May 18 Carmichacl
Auditorium floor closed
Wed.. May 13 ALL FACILITIES CLOSE AT
Thurs., May 14-Mon., May 25-HOLIDAY
HOURS IN EFFECT:
Sunday 2 p.m. -6 p.m.
Thurs., May 14-Fri., May 29 Woollen main
Mon., May 18-Tues., May 26 ALL racquetball
courts clod.. .
Sun., May 17-ALL FACILITIES CLOSED
WOOLl FN GY M:
Summer hours begin Tues., May 26
7:30 am. -9 p.m.
7:30a. m.-7 p.m.
1 a m.-9p.m.
T.. lune 30 ALL FAC1LITILS CLOSE at
6 p.m. .
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more for fun than money.
"I worked in Tinker Bell's Toy Shop,
the third busiest store in Walt Disney
World," she said.
Behringer said that she lived in a com
plex with Students from all over the country
working at the amusement park.
"What I liked more than anything was
getting to know the enormous amount
of people that worked there," she said.
She wore a costume that looked like
the "Swiss Miss" girl and going to work
was called "going on stage," she said.
Fieshman Sharon Overton of Kenans
ville said that she actually did go on stage
for her last summer job as an actress in
the annual summer production The Liberty
Cart in Duplin County.
"I played the part of Mrs. Blackmore,
who loses her son in the Civil War and
has an emotional breakdown. I was also
featured in one dance scene and took
part in another," she said.
COME, BRING YOUR FAMILY ANO FRIENDS AND SEE THE MOST
THRILLING AND INSPIRING MOVIE YOU HAVE EVER SEEN.
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sponsored each weak during tha fall end
.Bert Woodard, IM Publicity, 933-1153
Matthews and Tamara Hall won co-rec rec anc!
Corbi Bullock won women's competitive singles.
There were no other winners in racquetball
In. faculty-staff softball. Pathology's "Floaters",
were to meet Faculty Laboratory Office Building's
"Solvent Drag" for the finals of the men's division
playoffs. Pediatrics had the line to the finals in the
co-rec division against the winner of the Physical
Plant-Sports Information game.
In innertube water basketball the four teams left
at press time were Law School "Leagues," Avery
"Dunking Dunks," Kappa Psi "Blue." and defend
ing champion Morrison "Boobs n' Tubes."
In Monday's "Ersatz Boston Marathon," David
Herion won the men's race with a time of 13:46 and
Ella Akin won the women's race at 24:01, on the
2.6-mile 38.5-yard course.
Second-place in the men's race went to Jon Sasser
(18:54) and Joe Capowski finished third at (19:17).
For the women, Frances Campbell finished second
(26:12) and Katherine Polk third (26:14).
Lilburn Goodson, member of the Triples Volley
ball competitive champion "Mush," was incorrectly
identified in last week's "IM Bulletin Board." Also
in the "oops" paragraph goes Pika soccer wiz Cal
Wood who is not graduating as the story indicated.
"He's no where near graduating," said Pika Chap
ter President and teammate Page Singletary. "I
doubt he will," Randy Day is the other graduating
In a non-IM sport event held last weekend, DKE
defeated Chi Phi (16-4) in the UNC Rugby Club's
invitational fraternity rugby tournament finals held
at Ehringhaus Field.
Rose man, Susan Hull, Brian Allen, Amanda
Templeton, Andrew Vanore, Dane Huffman, Mike
Sapyta and Pete Callahan.
Last year's recipients were George Hollodick,
John Swaringer, Kevin Kirk, Sandy Porter, Suzie
Sutton, Tony Blalock, Ike Cummings, Eddie
Gibson, Wayne Boyles, and former supervisors Rick
Magec, Page Singletary and Williamsen.
"We hope the new members regard this honor as a'
sign of the high achievement it is intended to be,"
Members receive UNC IM Officials Association
Wed., July 1-Sun., July 5 Holiday hours:
Mon., July 6-Sun., Aug. 9 RESUME regular
Mon., Aug. 10 ALL FACILITIES CLOSE AT
6 p.m. .
Tuts., Aug. II-Suru, Aug. 16 Holiday hours:
10 a.m. -6 p.m.
2 p.m.-6 p.m.
BOWMAN GRAY IND002 AND KESSING
Tues.. May 26-Outdoor pool opens, summer
recreational swim (outdoor poo!)
1 p.m.f ;45 p.m.
t p.m.-6;45 p.m.
faculty-staff swim (indoor poof)
Mon, -Fri. 12 noool p.m.
fira seion only
Mon.-rri. 12:45-1:15 p.m.
wccnJ wriiion only"
There iU be no fsn,!;:y-lff swim May 9-May 25
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Senior Teresa Jewell, an elementary
education major from Raleigh, also
worked to gain experience. She said that
being a day camp counselor gave her
knowledge of working with younger
'Da3y, we had to teach arts and crafts,
such as painting, weaving, and wood
working," she said.
"The money's not that great, but I
wanted to work with kids."
Junior LaNita Breeze said she had
spent many summers priming tobacco
and driving tractors at her farm near
Roxboro, in Person County.
When asked why she took a job tradi
tionally taken by men, she said, "It helps
when your father's standing there with a
stick saying, 'You will do it.'
"Making money and getting a tan at
the same time isn't too bad," she said.
Despite the long hours, he said one of
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spring esmsstsrs by tha UI.C Ctudant
Volume 1, Number
Looking back over the 1980-81 Intramural year,
one must look first at the additional funding and
expanded hours and activities that last spring's
referendum produced. .
That referendum approved a student fee of S3.75
per student, per semester to go to the IM-Rec
program and the sports clubs. The fee generated
$150,000, $125,000 of which goes to the IM-Rec
program, leaving $25,000 for the sports clubs.
. Gym and pool hours were expanded, the most
noticeable being the Monday-Thursday gym closing
time of 12 midnight. New staff members were
added, including two new assistant directors. This
has led to new programs, most in the special event
and faculty-staff areas because UNC has had a
traditionally sound competitive IM program.
Specifically, 1980-8 1 IMs at CaroGna saw 36
activities for men, 35 for women and 15 co-rec. The
total of 86 includes the annual Big Four and Co-Rec
Sports Days and some 10,000 participants overall.
. Three new special events were added this year:
Wimbledon Triples Volleyball, Intracathalon, and
Super Team Competition. A new co-rec activity was
added as well, the Valentine Couples Competition.
Super Team, which finishes up today in the Pit.
with the frat vs. residence hall tug-of-war, has
proven to be a big success. Coordinated by Michelle
Langan and Bernie McGlade, this event consisted of
competition in basketball, volleyball, softball,
tennis and cross country involving the top four
fraternities and residence hall units based on the
men's competitive point totals.
Even though this activity fell at the busy end of
the semester and has no effect on the point total,
bragging rights and competition seemed to be the
Assoc. IM-Rec Director Marty Pomerantz sees
Super Team as a help to the point system idea,
although he is not real crazy about the system.
The games' were competitive but according to
Langan the attitudes were good.
Another '80-81 attention-grabber was the instant
scheduling system brought in on a trial basis by
Pomerantz and Assistant IM-Rec Director Janis
Mat son. Designed to offer the participant more
flexibility in week-to-weck scheduling and thereby
reducing forfeits, the system was used in football,
volleyball, basketball and softball.
"We wanted to offer more flexibility for teams to
play when they wanted and as much or little as they
wanted," Matson said,
Matson likes the system. "We were able to play
many more games," she said.
But as many participants will agree, the system
had its kinks. Grabbing a schedule card on Monday
morning was t chore comparable to getting a UNC
Thursday. Apr. 30 LAST DAY OF CLASSES. . .
"Super Team Competition" tug-of-war between
fraternity champion and residence haS winner,
12:30 p.m. in the Pit... entertainment provided by
Jasper's Beach Party, 12 noon, Pit. . .IM SPRING
PICTURE DAY I OR SPRING IM CHAMPS. . .a3
spring team, dual and individual IM champs should
report to the IM-Rec office, 215 Woollen Gym
between 6-7 p.m.. , .all fall winners who mUed faS
picture day can report then as well. . .
Wed., May 27-DEADLINE for SUMMER
SESSION il softball (rrrular season and pte-season
"Marathon Tournament"). rtquctb&3. voHcjba!!,
tennis ami bowling, . .
Fri.-San.. May 29-30 $oftb2 "Marathon Tour
nament," IM's pre-wa.'S'On, double elimination
summer clauic . . .tournament will be limited to fiU
30 teams to refiner...
Mem., Jun fpUy begins in ioftba3 .regular
K-aton). vOwQ-bAil ra:jctba, tenna and bol;rg. . .
fri., May 5 DEADLINE for IM gotf tourna
mi.! . . .
Tri-Sus., June 12-14 IM Gf Taurnsmem,
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the best aspects of the job was working
with people other than college students.
"A college campus is so limited to the
types of people you meet."
It may be too his to :t that suirjner
job you want in Chapel Hill, but there
are a few openings that still may be
Ruth Bernstein, director of the Pre
Career Experience Program at the Uni
versity Counseling Center, described
these possible job opportunities.
The MeadCompuChem Co. needs a
full-time computer programmer frcm May
to August and a rising senior industrial
relations major with good writing com
, munication skills.
For those interested in working in Re
search Triangle Park, the Rotary Club
needs a counselor for a program it spon
sors for high school students.
Bernstein said that these were recent
openings and students should come by
the counseling center to get more infor
mation. These positions may already be
fUled, but students can still make con
tacts on their own because some jobs do
not advertise. She said that students
should keep trying because the demand for
work develops at the last minute some
times. Caroline Lcney, supervisor of the
Chapel Hill Employment Security Com
mission, said that out of the original 30
jobs they had for the summer, only four
Lency said that the commission anti
cipated a number of openings for clerical
and construction work. She encouraged
students who have registered with the
commission to keep checking with them
up through exam week. "Don't give up,"
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
year in remsw
. . signs- Bk this might t around awful
basketball ticket it seemed at Limes. And forfeits
were not wiped out.
"There were some problems in communication
for a first year venture," Matson said. But she said
most of the team captains that took advantage of
her waiting list were successful in getting a game for
the week, 66 out of 88 to be exact.
Evaluation questionnaires on the new instant
scheduling system can be obtained at the IM-Rec
office, and Matson encourages participants to share
their opinions with the staff.
In the faculty-staff area, this season has seen great
strides, simply because there was no formal program
before. Assistant IM-Rec Director Rob Frye was
hired out of Maryland to start the program here.
Frye sees the program, which offered 1 1 different
activities, having a strong foundation. He has
established a working system with department
liaisons and has noted the more popular activities.
"I would rate this year as a success, with hopes
that next year will be better." Frye said. "Wt need
input from the faculty-staff members on other
Looking td next year, the traditional events will
remain alongside the newer recreational and special
events that are slowly becoming more popular and
traditions in themselves. Fetzer Gym will be open
and this will provide the UNC community with
much more needed space which win aid in the
program's free play time.
The state of the program, as seen by headman Dr.
Edgar Shields. U good.
"Participation in all areas of the program has
remained stable or Increased," he said. "Our IM
Rec program ranks with the best ia the country and
the entire tuff is committed to making it even better
Wed., July f DEADLINE for SUMMER
SESSION 12 softball. baiketbafl. golf tournament,
racqtKtbaH, tennis, bowling and innertube water
polo. :. .
Most., July 13 play begins in softball, basket
ball, folf tournament, racquetball, tennis, bowling
and innertube water polo. , .
DON'T FORCET SPRING IM CHAMP
PICTURE DAY TONIGHT, 6-7 p.m.. IM-Rec
office, 213 Woollen Gym. . .
F RATTY BAGGERS vs. DORM RATS
TODAY, 12:30 p.m. tugofwar in th Pit...
entertainment provided by Japer's Beach Party. . .
NOTE thai SUMMI R IM SCHEDULE include
mm senior.... TO EE ELIGICLE for each
session, you most be Is school that
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