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Thursday, Oct. 29, 1981
Bert Woodard IM Publicity, 962-1153
Volume 2, Number 10
Law "Ernest T. Bass"
Barry Mann, captain
Don Personette. '
Leigh Wilco .
Chi Phi "Bucketheads"
Billy Sutton, captain
Mark Green ,
Preston Charlton v
Teague A "Hairless Horsemen"
Blake Zemp, captain
Tim Wilson '
Paolo Facci .
Varsity Golf "MM Option"
Kim Grace, co-captain ""
Linda Mescan, co-captain
Carta Daniel -Lee
1 98 1 I M tag f oot bal I c h am pio n s
PiKa "Blue Cators"
Page Singletary, captain
Jim Lilly ,
Rick Ma gee
Helen Thorpe .
It's Bass, Chi Phi and Teague
Carolina Apts. "The.OFKAS"
Will Lane, captain
Ty Marship '
Mike Wingf ield
Robert Kinly "
Kappa Delta "Outlaws" '
Katherine Crisette, captain
Ann Reynolds V
Kim Collins .
Karen Chalk '.
Grimes-Joyner "Bells and Balls"
Sam Highsmith, captain
David Wilson . . -
Claire Thompson '
. Laura Zalimeni
o riant dates
Top-ranked Chi Phi's "Bucketheads," listed in the of
ficial entry form as that frat's second best tag football
team, denied long-time football king PiKap its come
back bid for the title last week by edging its Blue "1"
outfit in overtime after a 10-10 tie.
Phi Delt ended PiKap's reign last season, but third
ranked PiKap made a strong bid to regain the title after
it defeated Chi Phi's un-ranked "1" team in the
semifinals. The Bucketheads defeated surprising un
ranked DU Blue "1" in the semis.
Top-ranked Law "Ernest T. Bass" breezed to the
gradind title, 17-0 over "Gozinya," a team made up of
grad students from Law,. Med, Dental and just about
everywhere else. Barry Mann's Bass "had defeated
Teague Alumni "Squack-eaters" in the semis.
It was all Teague in the residence hall championship,
as three Teague A teams and one Teague B team made
it to the final four. In the finals, it was all Teague A, as
Blake Zemp's un-ranked "Hairless Horsemen" edged
un-ranked "Syndicate" 6-3. The Syndicate was the de
fending residence hall champion.
In the women's competitive division, second-ranked
Varsity Coif "MM Option," uspet top-ranked P.E. Un
dergraduates "Clippers" .12-0. Kim Grace leads that
The third-ranked "Blue Gators," a team represented
by PiKa and Delta Upsilon fraternities. Phi Pi and Alpha
Chi sororities, along with Teague, Granville, Law, Med
and even some Peace College alum's, defeated Grace's
second-ranked "Interceptor" team 31-6 in the co-rec
In the recreational divisions, it was second-ranked
Carolina Apts. "The OFKAS" over the un-ranked Old
East "Anaconda Foil" 13-6 in men's rec, fourth-ranked
KD "Outlaws" edging third-ranked Morrison Ninth
"NFLO Women" 6-0 in women's rec and top-ranked
Crimes-) oyner "Bells and Balls" 22-2 over the un-ranked
Old East-Spencer "Anaconda Co-Rec" in cor-rec rec.
In other IM results. Dr. Angela Lumpkin .of Physical
Education defeated Avery's Ellen Goldberg for the
women's competitive racquetball title. Med's Phil Bass
ford will meet Med's Vyto Bankiatis for the men's rec ti
tle. Another Med student Mary Lampe defeated James'
Elizabeth Ann Bush for the women's rec racquetball
championship. There are six players left in the men's
- Beta "Blue" and Teague B "Iceman" were winners in
the recent badminton finals. Beta defeated TEP in the
frat finals and the Icemen defeated the Lewis "Birdies."
APO's "Shuttlecockers" took Chi Phi "Bucketheads" in
the men's rec division.
Beta team members include Mel Kelly, Stewart
Hartley, Roger Lane and Keith Johnson. Icemen
members are Bruce Kollriski, Kenneth King, Randy Pit
tord, Tim Craves and. David Hillsgrose and APO con
sisted of Creg Butler, Deepak Sahasrabudhe, Tom
Stumpf, Steve Beste and Bill Beery.
Play continued this week in bowling, tennis, floor
hockey, volleyball and soccer. Deadlines for Co-rec
"Super Teams" and the open handball tournament have
been extended until tomorrow with play beginning
' Mon., Nov. 2. Deadlines for the IM wrestling meet and
innertube water polo are also tomorrow and grail mural
basketball deadline is next week after the organiza
In a final IM note, it never fails to haunt you, that
wondering monster called mistake. Prince Dixon's Na
tional Jogging Day prediction run time was correct in
last week's Bulletin Board, only SHE had the winning
prediction, not HE.
Thurs , Oct. 29-DEADUNE for vollebaH team captains
to schedule games for the following week (Nov. 2-5) . .:,:
i Fri, Oct 30-DEADLI.NE for entering innertube water :
polo, IM wrestftng meet, Co-rec Super Teams competition
and open handball tournament . . a!! IM unit managers
should check in with the c'fice for updated information
Sat, Oct 31-BOUNCING BACK AT MARYLAND!!!
HAPPY HALLOWEEN Lifet.e L jre GOLF clinic,
HO a.m.. Finley Course . , first cl st of "UNC Hash
JHouse Harriers" fun run;. 12 noon, tn front of Woollen
Mon.. Nov 2-!M V.T "llSCi KM f T WEIGH-IN, all
id-ay m IM-Rec office ... 1 -.
Tes, Nov. 3-EE SL."C
rs, WooHen Cym
J VOTE' '
f.rst cf '
;r-'-:'..rs fjrf-:. 1 r... : - .to
ZjA V.'jc'on Cym .
t Wed, Nov. 4-Lite:i-r. .
!c' ;,C-9pn.,3C4V.:' G' i ..
jc- 1 . . second c ' : o- z
i team capla.; , .?n, 3C4
. n Cym
rs , Nov. 5-1 M wrc ; r: -c . t cr
t !.E for entering grail r fca.'
I Friday Nov. 6-DEADL ! for er.ic(
acq-jctjr.S tournament ...
I . Sat., Nov. 7-THE BIG 0E . . Co Heels!!!
f ; Sun, Nov. 8-annual Campus YMCA "Footfalls Road-
Vace," 12:30-1:30 pm Campus YMCA B!dg., Cameron
sAve. : ' : -; ,:
I Mon, Nov. 9-DEADLINE for reg'steri- for Lifetime lei
sure SOCIAL DANCE clinic, to be held Mon., Nov. 16, 6-9
L'l refe'ees. 7-9pm, '
1 wrestling meet
captains, 7 p.m.,
1 HTe-,:!;,-g meet
".al meetings for
jollen Cym ; . .
I! mural basket-
iues . DEAD
. tournament . .
2 IM all-campus
Final football standings
1. "Ernest T. Bass"
2. Laurel Ridge "Cozinya"
3. Teague Alumni "Squackeaters"
4. P.E. Crads "Packers"
1. Chi Phi "Bucketheads"
2. PiKap "Blue 1".
3. DU "Blue1"
4. Chi Phi "Kingfishes"
1. Teague A "Hairless Horsemen"
2. Teague A "Syndicate"
3. Teague B "Icemen"
4. Teague A "Stick-it-to-Beavers"
1. Varsity Coif "MM Option"
2. P.E. U'grads "Clippers"
1. Pika "Blue Cators" .
2. . Varsity Athletics "Interceptors"
3. IM-Rec "Double Zeroes"
4. P.E. Crads -
1. Carolina Apts. "The OFKAS".
2. Old East "Anaconda Foil"
3. APO "Coots"
4. Royal Park "RPJ Naturals"
1. KD "Outlaws"
2. Morrison Ninth "NFLO Women" ,
3v Kappa Alpha Theta "Packers"
4. Granville South Fifth
1. Crimes-Joyner "Bells and Balls"
2. Old East-Spencer "Anaconda Co-Rec"
3. Craham-Cobb "Wreckers"
4. Avery "Turf Eaters"
rp.m. . . play begins in
;and innertube water po!.
pent of Physical Educat;
MANDATORY orienta!,; i
klass, 7 p.m., 109 Felzer .
Fri., Nov. 13-1M ticq
LtrETi.V.E IEKUKE AC"
?coming clinics include Cf
Icoufse), vi:cht tra::
Woollen Cym) and SOTt "
p m., 3C4 Vvtx!.'en Cyr.V;
'clinics are open to stu'.
ViTH FACILITY PRIVtl E r
E for signing up for the Depart
.'sSNC'.Vl .::NG course . .
i-ieet.ng f,..r SNOW SXtlNG
..:!! tournaiTent begins . . ."
clinics' cc." :
;the activity . , most c'
-before moving to soecii ;.
SM-Rec D.rector Rob Fr.r-
t crncius a:socia:
fed grail mural office'
fflexible,-. self-scheduled w
. it::.s f.
f (Sat. Oct
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. these or
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's or no"'
cs meet in 2
."CRAM ... up
10 a.m., Finley
4, 6-9 p.m., 304
:1. Nov 16, 6-9
.,' t introductory
'air.ed from 8y
i depending on
4 Woollen Cym
... f cxkey and EX
soccer .- '' s are still need-
r:eet Wee? . Nov. 4 . , hours
'y and pay minimum wrj.
. . . outstanding performance rewarded with entry into
the UNC Officials Association,: members of which sport
official Officials Association alt-weather jackets con
tact Asst. IM-Rec Director Janis Matscn ... .
DON'T LOSE A CHANCE TO LOSE . . . IM-Rec Fitness
Class, "Use It and Lose It" meets 6-8 p.m., Mon.. Wed. and
Fri., throughout the semester in 112 Fetzer classes are
FREE and open to students and faculty-staff members
WITH FACILITY PRIVILEGE CARDS . .
FACULTY-STAFF ... departments needing liaisons
should contact Asst !M-Rec Director Rob Frye , fs vol
leyball' in progress now , , ; fs handball DEADLINE has
been extended to TOMORROW Fri., Oct. 30) : . .
CO-REC SUPER STARS . . DEADLINE has been ex
tended to TOMORROW -with competition beginning
Mon., Nov. 2 . . . ONLY first eight (8) teams entered may
participate . . . four day consolation-style tournament
consisting of competition in volleyball football, ktner-'
tube water polo, racquetbail; table tenuis and cross courr
try .. top two teams will tug-of-war for T-shirts .
IM WHISTLING MEET . .'. annual meet three-d.ty.
single-elimination format , . this year's meet will be a
POINT ACTIVITY for men's competitive units (frats, resi
dence halls, grad'ind) (participation points only) with
NON-DIVISIONAL competition ..' WEICH-IN will be
conducted in the IM-Rec office from 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Mon ,
Nov. 2 . , - come dressed to be weighed ... a half-pojnd
allowance will be made for gym shorts . . . each match
consists of three one-minute rounds' i . meet begins
Tues , Nov. 3 . : .
IM-REC SKf TRIP and DEPT. OF PHYSICAL EDUCA
TION SNOW SKIING COURSE ... two opportunities for
UNC's ski lovers to practice their trade ... annual IM tr:p
(Jan. 3-8 at Beech and Sugar resorts) will be discussed at
organizational meeting Mon., Nov. 16, 8 p.m.. 304 Wool
len Cym . . . inaugural P.E. course, which offers FULL P.E.
activity course credit (10 hours) will be discussed at''
MANDATORY organizational meeting Wed., 'Nov. 11,7
p.m., 109 Fetzer ... students should bring $3S with them
to the P.E. meeting . . : contact Course Director Mary be 1!
Avery, 962-2124 . .
ANNUAL CAMPUS Y FOOTFALLS FUN RUN . , 1931
race gets underway with check in from 12:30-1:30 p.m. in
front of the Campus Y building, Cameron Ave , . . '1
Footfalls consists of 10K and two-mile fun runs .. . . prizes
and T-shirts will be awarded . . . contact Campus YMCA,
rr.ST ornciAL run cf ti:e 'unc hkzh v.o'jzz
H- 1." '.Z"j . -. yet another noncompetitive fun run f.r
UNC'i cj;.vs, but this time in the hash trad.l:on . . . f.jn
starts 12 noon, Oct 31 in front of Woollen Cym . . . th:
run W!ll be approximately 5-7 miles' on and around UNC's
. campus . . . byob ...
CHAIL MURAL HOLIDAY EASET"ALL TOC."..V
MENT . . don't miss entering this UNC classic - . .
DEADLINE for this single-elimination pre-season tourna
ment is Thurs., Nov. 5 (captains must attend organiza
tional meeting and play begins Mon. Nov. 9 . , .
TU.'.-.IY TivOT ... is coming . . . keep posted ... .
SPECIAL TEAEl3 PRICES FOR INTRAMURAL SPORTS
100 Cotton Russell Athletic T-Shirts
24 shirts & up
12-24 shirts .
6-12 shirts ..
regular $6.00 value
(includes 2-inch lettering up to 12 letters)
Thsre's f.!or0 In Your
Come In & Price Our Shirts
for Other Tcsrn Sports
i00 Cotton Russell Jerseys
with contrasting trim on neck and sleeves
12-24 shirts . .. . . . . .VA ... . .$7.00 ea.
6-12 shirts ... . . . . .. . ..... . . . !$8.00 ea.
(Includes 3 4;lnch Greek letters
or up to 12 2-inch letters)
. 'For both Items featured: Please allow one week for delivery. Additional charge for
. names (10 per letter), numbers (35$ per 6" no., 75 per 10" no.)
Spotlight, October 29, 1981
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