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The daily Tar Heel. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 1946-current, September 24, 1981, Page 16, Image 16

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advertisement BULB IT advertisement sponsored each week during ths fell end spring cemssters by tha UKC Student Stores Thursday, Sept 24, 1S31 Bert Woodard IM Publicity, 962-1153 Volume 2, Number 5 Chapel Hill, North Carolina IMportant dates ik : : U. - i Annual H4 track meet opens Sept 33 . preliminaries 4 p.m. Wednesday, finals Thursday CTnfcs, fitness classes open to students, staff One of the newest dimensions of UNC's Intramural-Recreational Sports program is the 22-sport Lifetime Leisure Activities Pro gram, coordinated by Asst IM-Rec Director Rob Frye. Planned in conjunction with the Depart ment of Physical Education in which IM-Rec Sports falls, this program of introductory clin ics in activities one can use through life be gins its second year. Frye and Assoc. IM-Rec Director Mary Po merantz organized the program last summer, encompassing ideas from the universities of Florida and Maryland, where Frye studied, and Pomerantz' Michigan State University. LasJ; year's 11 -sport program has been dou bled this year. The idea of the Lifetime Leisure program is to give the university community students, faculty-staff members and families expo sure and introduction to and practice at skills that offer them exercise and positive leisure hobbies, Frye said. Most clinics are designed for the beginner, but the higher skilled par ticipant can receive added instruction and organized practice time, he said. Clinics offered this fall include golf, fly & bait casting, jogging, archery, squash, canoe ing, badminton, weight training, social dance and cross-country skiing. Racquetball was the first clinic offered this semester Sept. 9. Next semester. Lifetime Leisure will offer bowling, backpacking and hiking, fencing, handball, self-defense, yoga for jogging, folk dance, bicycle maintenance, sailing, frisbee and tennis. There is little or no charge for the clinics, depending on the activity, Frye said. Registra tion deadline is usually a week before the scheduled clinic. Clinic participants as semble in 304 Woollen Gym at 6 p.m. for or ganization purposes, move to the specific activity area. Lifetime Leisure schedules for a fall and spring are available in the IM-Rec office, 203 Woollen Gym. " A new cousin of the Lifetime Leisure pro gram is IM-Rec's "Use It or Lose It" fitness class. Scheduled to meet Monday, Wednes-j day and Friday, 6-8 p.m., the program opens) Mon., Sept 28 and runs throughout the se-. mester. Classes will meet in 112 Fetzer, (Gymi "C") and are open to students, faculty-staff! members and families. Deadline for this year's Century Club is to-, morrow by 5 p.m. This UNC tradition fills up every year, so late entries will be limited, Frye said. Club distance totals are based on a September-August time table. Play continued this week ir tag football,, team tennis and "Napoleon" basketball. Na--poleon finals are slated for Monday in the; men's competitive and women's compete tive divisions. Archery competition began this week as did team table tennis and mixed doubles bowling. The annual "Wimbledon" volleyball tour nament has been delayed until Monday, ac cording to tournament coordinator Roy Wahl. Schedules will be posted Friday, he said. In case of rain, Wimbledon games will' be played in Fetzer. Preliminaries for this year's track and field meet begin 4 p.m. Wed., Sept. 30 at Fetzer Track. Thurs., Sept 24-DEADLINE for tag football team cap tains to schedule games for next week (Sept 2&Oct Dr. Fri, Sept 25-DEADLINE for entering annual IM track & field meet 1981-82 Century Ckib . and for submitting attested IM archery score cards ... all IM managers should check in with the office, 203 Woollen Gym for up dated information ... "Wimbledon" volleyball sched-. ules posted. Sun.. Sept 27-Kessing (outdoor) Pool closes for the season, 6 p.m Mon., Sept 28-Lifetime Leisure program archery clinic, 6-9 p.m 304 Woollen Gym . . . IM-Rec "Use it or Lose it" fitness class begins, 6-8 p.m., 112 Fetzer (Gym "C") . . . play begins in "Wimbledon" volleyball. . . Wed., Sept 30-DEADLINE for entering Lifetime Leisure program squash clinic to be held Wed., Oct 7, 6-9 p.m., 304 Woollen Gym . . . IM track & field meet preliminar ies, Fetzer Track .. . Thurs, Oct 1-IM track & field meet Finals, Fetzer Track. Fri, Oct 2-DEADLINE for entering IM "Super Stars" competition, team badminton and floor hockey . . . all IM managers should check in with the office for updated information . . . Roger Williams' birthday . . , Tues, Oct 6-play begins in IM Super Stars competition ... first of three MANDATORY organizational meetings for team captains in IM SOCCER and VOLLEYBALL . . . volleyball 7 p.m, soccer 8 p.m. 304 Woollen Gym ... Wed, Oct 7-Lifetime Leisure program squash clinic, 6 p.m, 304 Woollen Gym ... second of three MANDA TORY organizational meetings for IM soccer and volley ball, soccer 7 p.m., volleyball 8 p.m, 304 Woollen Gym. . Thurs, Oct 8-last of three MANDATORY organization al meetings for IM soccer and volleyball, volleyball 7 p.m, soccer 8 p.m., 304 Woollen Gym. . Fri, Oct 9-DEADLINE for entering IM volleyball, soc cer, faculty-staff volleyball and faculty-staff soccer. . .- ANNOUNCEMENTS 1981-82 CENTURY CLUB is closing out TOMORROW ... all joggers, swimmers andor cyclists in the UNC com munity should sign up for this program of logging weekly distances and reaching goals of 100. 250, 500, 1,000 or 2,000 miles a year to win a Century Club T-shirt . . . con tact Asst IM-Rec Director Rob Frye. LIFETIME LEISURE ACTIVITIES PROGRAM ... up coming clinics include ARCHERY (Mon, Sept 28), SQUASH (Wed, Oct 71 CANOEING (Wed, Oct 21) . . these introductory clinics are open to students, faculty and staff members and families at little or no charge (de pending on the activity) . . . all clinics meet iri 304 Wool len before going to an activity area . . . contact Asst IM Rec Director Rob Frye. . . OFFICIALS ASSOCIATION . . . work to be admitted in to this honorary organization by trying out to be an intra mural soccer or volleyball referee . . . first CLINIC for these sports will be Mon, Oct 5, 7 p.m, 304 Woollen Gym . . . hours flexible, pay minimum wage . . . contact Asst IM-Rec Director J anis Matson. . FETZER FREE PLAY . . . Fetzer Cym "A" and "B." roorns 110 and 121. are open for free play on a scheduled basis . . . Cym. "A" is open 6:30 p.m, Mon.-Fri, with two full basketball courts . . : Gym "B" is open 3:30 p.m, Mon.-Fri. with one full basketball and three badminton courts . . . Cym "C is not open for free play. SQUASH COURTS ... six new courts in Fetzer are open ... for reservations, call 962-1153 or walk in 203 Woollen Gym after 7:15 p.m. Mon.-Thurs. for play the fol lowing day, or after 4:15 p.m. Friday for weekend play . . . racquetball reservations can be made after 7:30 p.m. Mon.-Thurs. for play the following day or after 4:30 p.m. Friday for weekend play. . . , - DO NT LOSE A CHANCE TO LOSE ... IM-Rec fitness class, "Use It or Lose It" begins Monday, Sept 28, 6-8 p.m, 112 Fetzer Cym (Cym "C") . . . contact Assoc. IM Rec Director Marty Pomerantz ... FACULTY-STAFF . '. . fs program need liaison between the IM-Rec office and participating university depart ments . . . contact Asst IM-Rec Director Rob Frye. . . KESSING POOL . . . outdoor pool closes for the sea son, Sun, Sept 27, 6 p.m . . CONGRATULATIONS ... UNCs Curriculum of Rec reational Administration, within the College of Arts and Sciences, has been ranked sixth in the nation, according to UNCs University Gazette. ...... TRACK & FIELD MEET ... this year's meet will begin precisely at 4 p.m.Wed, Sept 30), Fetzer Track, accord ing to Assoc. IM-Rec Director Mary Pomerantz . . . finals will begin at 4 p.m. on Thurs, Oct 1 . . . units must have SEVEN participants to qualify for team points . . . ALL INDIVIDUAL participants are welcome. . . TAG FOOTBALL SCHEDULING . . . Monday begins the LAST week of scheduling regular season games (for the week Oct 5-8) . . . team captains who have not played or signed up to play the three required games to be eli gible for playoffs must see tag football coordinator Rob Frye IMMEDIATELY .'. . football playoffs are scheduled to begin Mon, Oct-12. . . Gray pool hours Kessing (outdoor) Pool is open through Sun, Sept 27 from 1-5:30 p.m. . . . Mon, Sept 28 begins regular fall hours for Bowman Cray (indoor) pool . . . : Mon.-Thurs. - 5:30-9:45 p.m. Friday 5:308:45 p.m. Saturday 1-5:30 p.m. Sunday 1-8:45 p.m. ' Gray Pool is CLOSED on home football Saturdays. Football rankings FRATERNITY Beta "Blue 1" Chi Phi "Bucketheads" Sig Ep "Crimson Tide" GRADIND Law "Ernest T. Bass" Teague Alumni "Squackeaters" Law "2 L Male Whore" RESIDENCE HALL Stacy "Pro Filactics" Teague B "Icemen" Cranville DW "Slicers" MEN'S REC United Christian Fellowship "Brothers" "Carolina Apts. "The OFKAS" Royal Park "RPJ Naturals" Cranville DW 'Slicers" WOMEN'S COMPETITIVE Varsity Coif "MM Option" P.E. Undergrads "Clippers" WOMEN'S REC Cranville South Fifth Floor Morrison Ninth Floor CO-REC COMPETITIVE Kenan-Old West "2" Varsity Athletics "Interceptors" IM-Rec "Double Zeros" CO-REC REC Crimes-Joyner "Bells and Balls" Mangum-Joyner "LOBOS" Avery "The Turf Eaters" SPECIAL TEAM PRICES FOR INTRAMURAL SPORTS A 100 Cotton Russell Athletic T-Shirts 24 shirts & up ......... ... . ... ....... .$3.95 ca. 1 2-24 shirts .$4.25 ca. 6-12 shirts $4.75 ca. regular $8.00 valus (includes 2-Inch lettering up to 12 letters) . There's f.toro In Your l 0X i ft Ccms In & Priso Our Shirts for Other Team Sports 100 Cotton Russell Jerseys with contrasting trim on neck and sleeves 12-24 shirts .$7.00 ea. 6-1 2 shirts $3.00 ca. (Includes 3 4-inch Greek letters X or up to 1 2 2-Inch letters) 'For both Hams tortured: Please allow one week tor delivery. Additional charge for names (10 per letter), numbers (35 per 8" no, 75 per 10" no.) "ON CAMPUS' '10 SpotlightSeptember 241 981

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