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Thursday, Oct. 15, 1981
Bert Woodard, IM Publicity, 962-1153
Volume 2, Number 8
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Frats vote point system change, sorority league discussed
Scott Sexton and Cynthia Knight, two greek IM
leaders, decided changes needed to be made in greek
IM's and recently found the IM-Rec hierarchy approach
able and agreeable.
Sexton of Kappa Psi led the forces of smaller frater
nities that felt the then-present frat point system, which
emphasized participation, actually favored the larger
fraternities. He got his frat "point system changes after
the frat IM managers were polled and a meeting was
held to discuss the subject.
Knight of ZTA decided a sorority league, within the
present instant scheduling and with no point system,
would help boost a sagging sorority participation in
IM's. Letters were sent out to sorority IM managers and
the Panhellenic Council, and if the interest is there.
Knight will get the support of the IM-Rec program.
- According to Assoc. IM-Rec Director Marty Pome
rantz, the approved frat point system changes will be ef
fective "retroactively to the beginning of the Fall
semester." "Points awarded (or deducted) on the" basis
of achievement, sportsmanship and forfeits will remain '
, unchanged," Pomerantz said.
"Points awarded for participation, as defined in the
IM calendar, have been revised to better reflect the
popularity of and number of participants needed for
certain sports," he said.
The new limits on the numbers of teams which will
receive participation points are as follows:
Darren Biehler: 'Super Star
Cranville CW's Darren Biehler held off a stiff
challenge from Cranville DW's Bucky Ransdell to win
the first annual Super Stars competition held last
Biehler's victory earns him the title of UNC's 1981-82
Most Outstanding IM-Rec Athlete. His and Ransdell's
names will be submitted to News weed's college supple
ment which annually recognizes outstanding IM-Rec
athletes. ' ,
Competition was extremely close, according to
Assoc. IM-Rec Director Marty Pomerantz. Ransdell
forced an obstacle course run-off by tying the score dur
ing the first course run. Other events were 100-meter
dash, long jump, football throw, soccer kick, 50-meter
swim, two-mile run, leg press, badminton serve, and
basketball free throw.
Biehler and Ransdell finished with 79 points. Cranville
DW's Meadows finished third at 67 Vj, "Stacy's Jess
Mogul fourth at 66, DW's Reggie Carpenter fifth at 60
and CW's Joel Broadway sixth at48'j. Mogul, who won
the 3000-meter run in this year's track meet with a time
of 9:41.3, was inadvertently left out of last week's track
- Ransdell also finished second in lasts year's "Intra
cathlon," forerunner to Super Stars.
In other IM news, Lewis "Sleehrats" defeated the
Dental "Healers" 5-1 3 to take the recent men's com
petitive "Napoleon's" basketball tournament. Winning
team members include Gregg Pace, Jeff Irvin and Brent
Gentry, while the Healer outfit consisted of Ed
Hickman, Rob Prewitt,. Mark Dale, Bobby Miller and
Delta Upsilon, Pi Phi, Stacy, and Craige Alumni are
the kings of the team table tennis world this season. DU
"Biue 1" defeated Sig Ep for the frat title and Stacy
"Millenium Falcons" t defeated Everett "II" for the
residence hall championship.
The Craige alums, calling themselves the "One More .
Time", referring to Craige's all-campus table tennis
championship last fall, defeated the MBA "Gators" for
the gradind title. Phi Phi's "Arrows" downed Ruff in
"Rivals" in the women's division and Chi Phi "Blue 2"
defeated Cranville DW "Bombers" in men's rec.
.Table tennis champs are: DU, Tim Edwards, Rob
McNeil, Tim Condor and Richard Batchelder; Stacy, Joe
Bell, Chuck Wilkerson, Alan Wright Parks Welch and
Richard Lord; Craige Alumni, Rick Ammons, Jon
Weston-Dawkes, Tom Wayne and Paul Nelson; Pi Phi,
Robin Waters, Karen Culbreth, Martha Mattingly and
Kate Wellford; Chi Phi "Blue 2," Billy Sutton, Scott
Davis, Lee Bolden and Harrison Smith.
Old Well "Zag Nuts" defeated Bacteriology "Samoa
Blue" 11-2, 11-6 to take the recent "Wimbledon" volley
ball tournament men's competitive division. Winning -team
consisted of Will Owens, Charles Wright and
James "Triple Threat" defeated "ESE" of the En
vironmental Sciences and Engineering Department 11-4,
11-0 for the rec divisional final. Triple Threat members
are Kevin FairlyTim Cooke and Mike Bennett.
In the Wimbledon women's division. Kappa Alpha '
Theta's "Sandy Beaches" "won" without playing a
game. None of the other nine entered teams showed up
to play so Sandy Benson, Sandi Campbell, Terese
Packett and Anneli Zeck have IM champion T-shirts for
their efforts. - '
Today is the new deadline for floor hockey, with play
set to begin after fall break. Next week, co-rec activities
hold the JM-Rec spotlight, with the first annual Co-rec
Super Teams starting Sun., Oct. 25, and the 1 5th annual
Co-rec Sports Day coming around again Wed., Oct. 28.
Co-rec Sports Day, hosted this year by UNC
' Greensboro, pits Greensboro, UNC Charlotte, State and
UNC in a free-for-all competition in badminton,
billiards, bowling, golf, racquetball, table tennis, tennis
State has won this traditional intra-state event five '
years in a row, and there's nothing that UNC Asst. IM
Rec Director and this year's UNC Sports Day coor
dinator Janis Matson would like to see any better than
for the streak to come to an end.
"Forfeits have killed us in the past," she said. "If we
can fill teams in every event, then we have an excellent
change of winning." -
"We have good athletes here, and in the events we
have entered in the past, we have done well. It (Sports
Day) is fun. We are hoping that people will want to take
a day off and come with us to Greensboro to win." -
Matson is looking for undergraduates only, as dic
tated by Sports Day rules. Participants will leave Chapel '
Hill at 9 a.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 28 and will return by
3 p.m. All events require teams of two males and two
females except racquetball, one male and two females
and volleyball, three males and three females"
Assoc. Director Pomerantz also reported that a small
but enthusiastic group participated in the National Jog
ging Day prediction runs last Sunday.
SPORT - ;
basketball - -
football, Softball, volleyball
all minor team sports
Pomerantz stressed that the limit on men's rec teams
applies to receiving points only. "There is never a limit
on the number of teams, that can enter," he said
ZTA's Knight didn't like the choice between the very
recreational women's rec divisions and the sparse but
usually highly skilled women's competitive divisions.
"I want to put together a sorority league because the
gids in my house prefer playing in less competitive
situations,1;' she said. "I also feel a league would in
crease participation in intramurals among women."
Asst. IM-Rec Director Janis Matson. who remembers
when the women's competitive "point system was dis
continued at the request of most women participants
, several years ago. . supports, the league and thinks it
could fit easily in the present instant scheduling system.
To date, neither Knight nor the IM-Rec office has
received much feedback from the sorority managers.
Sorority managers should contact Knight at 933-2793 or
the IM-Rec office.
TheUs of yesteryear ar shown accepting the last
women's IM point trophy. ZTA's push to organize sorority
league may boost participation without returning to a
Fall Break Pool Hours
Bowman Gray (Indoor) Pool schedule for Fall Break .
Fri., Oct. 16 pool CLOSED (gyms close at 6 p.m.)
Sat, Oct. 171-6 p.m.. (gyms close at 6 p.m.)
Sun., Oct. 18-2-6 p m. (gyms close at 6 p.m.)
Mon., Oct. 191-6 p.m. (gyms close at 6 p.m )
Tues., Oct. 201-6 p.m. (gym close at 6 p.m.)
Thurs, Oct 15 BEAT STATE EXTRAVAGANZA
TONIGHT, Fetzer Track and Tin Can Deadline tor
floor hockey and for scheduling volleyball games for
next week J. - .
Fri., Oct. 16 DEADLINE for entering open handball .
tournament and for submitting all IM bowling results
. . ALL IM managers should check in with the office for
updated information. .FALL BREAK BEGINS:
Sat, Oct 17-GO HEELS!
Wed., Oct 21 -CLASSES RESUME .DEADLINE tor
registering for Lifetime Leisure Activities Program BAD
MINTON clinic, to be held Mon., Oct. 26, b-9 p.m.; .504
Woollen Gym play begins in volleyball, soccer,
handball and floor hockey.
Thurs., Oct 22 DEADLINE for entering Co-rec Super
Teams competition, for signing up for the 15th annual
Co-rec Sports Day to be held Wed. Oct. 28 at UNC
Greensboro and for scheduling volleyball teams for the
following week.: . . -'
Fri.. Oct 23 Co-rec Super Teams Organizational
Meeting, 4 p.m., 304 Woollen Gym
Sat, Oct 24-SUGAR ORANGES AND HEELS! BEAT
use? .-. - - ;:
Sun, Oct 25 Co-rec Super Teams competition
begins.'.,. :,, ; " V "
Mon., Oct. 26 Lifetime Leisure Activities Program
BADMINTON clinic. 6-9 p.m., 304 Woollen Gym IM
MANAGERS MEETING, 7 p.ra, 304 Woollen Gym :
ALL IM unit managers residence halls, frats, sororities'
and gradind) should attend this meeting faculty-staff
volleyball begins. .
LIFETIME LEISURE ACTIVITIES PROGRAM up
coming clinics include CANOEING (Wed , Oct. 21).
BADMINTON (Mon . Oct. 26) and WEIGHT TRAINING
(Wed., Nov. 4). . these one-night introductory clinics
are open to students and faculty-staff members WITH
FACILITY PRiVlLECE CARDS obtained from Bynum
Hall- clinics cost little or none, depending on the ac
tivity all clinics, meet at .304 Woollen Gym for
organizational purposes before moving on to the
specific activity area contact Asst IM-Rec Director
Rob f rye . .
OFFICIALS ASSOCIATION . floor hockey" referees
needed desperately hours flexible, pay minimum
wage-,', also openings for EXPERIENCED soccer and
volleyball refs . : outstanding performance is rewarded
with entry into UNC Officials Assoc 'tat ton, members of
which sports official Officials Association all-weather
jackets "contact Asst IM-Kec Director Janis Mat
son ' -
DON'T LOSE A CHANCE TO LOSE -.'IM Rec Fitness
class "Use It and Lose It" meets b-8 p m , Mon , Wed.,
and Fri.. throughout the semester in Fetzer 112 (Gym
"C") classes are free and open to students and
faculty-staff members WITH FACILITY PKlVILECt
FACULTY-STAFF don't let your department miss
out on this opportunity to participate and "recreate"
with other university personnel each department
needs a liaison to work with the IM-Rec program faculty-staff
bowling is cancelled due to lack of interest. -faculty-staff
soccer is doubtful because of lack of 'in-..
terest as well on a more positive note, fs volleyball
is alive and well, with play beginning Mon., Oct. 2b .
contact Asst. IM-Rec Director Rob frye -
CO-REC SPORTS DAY DON'T LET STATE COL
LEGE WIN ITS SIXTH STRAIGHT COKEC SPORTS DAY
TI1LE V UNC's effort has been hampered by poor par
ticipation get your friends together, " sign-up. and
travel to UNC Greensboro to ta.e on ,UNCC. UNC
Charlotte and State in this 15th annual event that fasts
from 9 a m-3 p.m. (includes-departure, arrival) Co
rec Super Teams wi!l be held four days prior to the Co--rec
Sports Day UNC NEEDS YOU!'! Sports Day
events are badminton, billiards, golf, racquetball, table
tennis, tennis and volleyball ' University excuse for
classes, transportation provided
FRATERNITY RECOGNITION down to three lazy
frat presidents Pi lam. Phi Siuma Kappa and Lambda
Chi are presently INELIGIBLE fat press time) for IM fiat
division play because they are not officially recognized
by the Office of Student Aftairs . ' .. .
SOCCER SCHEDULING. add one more item of IM
Rec jargon to your list "modified" instant scheduling
will be used in !M soccer, and today is the DEADLINE to
sign up for preferred league and time-slot. . .contact
soccer coordinator iieverly Jarrell IMMEDIATELY
WHAT'S NEXT. DEADLINES for innertube water
polo and the annual IM Wrestling meet Fri , Oct 30
- IM MANAGERS MEETING. IMportant meeting for
all IM managers Mon., Oct 26, 7 p m , 304 Woollen .
sorotity league and questions regarding the new frat
point system will be discussed all lM unit managers
need to attend ...
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Spotlight, October 15, 1981