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The daily Tar Heel. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 1946-current, November 05, 1981, Page 16, Image 16

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nrxno a rnn no a n fo)n nn n t ..n.j cr3 ri advertisement. ii ui u mi u u u luj lh 1!, ray-yy,ii,u u sponsored each week during the fell end spring semesters by the UNO Student Stores Chapel Hill, North Carolina Bert Woodard IM Publicity, 962-1153 Volume 2, Number 11 Thursday, Nov. 5, 1981 Chi Phi wins, sailing trip planned advertisement Chi Phi's "Bucketheads" ended its tag football season with a perfect 15-0 record as it defeated Law "Ernest T. Bass" 7-0 for the all-campus title last Wednesday night on Carmichael Field. Bass, the gradind division champion, finished its season with a 9-1 record. It was to play residence hall champion Teague A "Hairless Horseman" in the first round of the. all-campus playoff, but Teague defaulted. Chi Phi had re-.. teived the first round bye because of last year's all-campus winning Phi Delt fraternity team. The game was a defensive matchup with both teams sluggish offensively, according to football coordinator Rob Frye. Chi Phi scored midway through the first half and managed to hold Bass. Both teams had brief offensive flurries in the second half only to be stalled. Bass' last sec ond "hail mary" pass fell incomplete in the endzone at the whistle to end the game, Frye said. UNC Aquatics Director Marybell Avery and the IM-Rec Sports Program are teaming up to offer the UNC commu nity its newest IM-Rec activity, a spring Bahamas sailing trip. A slide showorganizational meeting will be held this Saturday, Nov. 7, 7 p.m. in 112 Saunders Hall. j The trip is slated for May 14-23 including round trip time to Ft Lauderdale and will cost $440, excluding the Ft. Lauderdale. round trip, Avery said. Only the first 23 people to sign up will be taken, she said. Avery said the $440 includes seven nights on the boats, consisting of two 41-foot Morgans plus two smaller boats, food, insurance, airport taxi, flight from Ft Lauderdale (small plane) to the boats, customs and taxes. "We are going to rough it," Avery said. "It is going to be a field-study type trip." She said that participants will cook their own groceries. Activities included on the trip will be skin diving, snor keling, sailing and maintenance (of boats), cooking and some exploring of the islands. Areas to be visited are Marsh Harbor, Abaco, Great Harbor and Berry Island. Contact Avery for more details at 962-2124. IM tennis competition is slowly winding down, but the women's rec division was the only one completed at press time. Mclver defeated Granville South Sixth for that title.' The 11-member Mclver roster consists of Ronda Troy, Sheila Colby, Abby Burke, Catherine Olive, Kay Hoover, Margaret Dees, Kathy Helms, Mary Pearson, Wendy Schruber, Lisa Battigelli and Beth Little. Law "Ernest T. Bass" will meet Carolina Apts. "Service Aces" for the gradind title. Fraternity division is down to DU, Chi Psi, Pi Kap and Pika. Top seven teams in floor hockey at press time were Sig ma Chi, James "Gang," Morrison C, "Webbwood Icemen," TEP "Rangers," "Retorts" and IM-Rec "MASH." UNC bombs out at Co-rec Sports Day N.C. State's IM-Rec program continued its domina tion of sport day activities by outpointing UNC Charlotte and UNC Greensboro and demolishing Carolina in the annual Co-rec Sports Day Oct 28. Carolina's poor showing was due to this program's an nual sport days nemesis, forfeits and poor participation. Despite heavy publicity and extensive recruitment by Asst. IM-Rec Director Janie Matson, UNC had to forfeit in golf and table tennis and was under-manned in several other events. State finished with 30 points followed by Charlotte at 25, host Greensboro at 22 and Carolina with nine. "I really don't know what else we can do," Matson said. "State shows up with full entries, has a grand time and heads back to Raleigh with the trophy." Matson and the UNC IM-Rec hierarchy has come up with a plan that might turn the tide in this spring's Big Four Sports Day that State also usually wins. "We are going to award participation points for the men's competitive units (residence halls, fraternities and gradind) that have a certain number of participants for these sport days," she said. "The sport days, or ex tramurals as they are known by, are an important part of the total IM-Rec sports program." Carolina was led in Greensboro by Debby Flowers' billiards team that finished second to State. Billiards was introduced to the Co-rec Sports Day this year replacing archery because UNCG does not have archery facilities. Flowers and teammates John Cleetwood, Nan cy Cleetwood and Kim Davis were recruited on the even of the competition,' thrown together and performed well. There wasn't a whole left to crow about for the folks from the Hill. UNC finished dead last in golf (forfeit), table tennis (forfeit), tennis, volleyball, badminton and bowling The racquet ball team led by Eric Plott, Ellen Goldberg and Pam Burwell finished third. Other UNC participants were Maria Siasacas, Kathy Neville, Andrew Mousmouelles, Fred Pearlmac, David Welch, Creg Brownstein, Teresa Parrish, Tim Cox, Scott Whisnant, ?ob Hickerson, Kris Cox, Lisa Culler, Dee Dee Cheston, Tony Joyce, Amy Springer, Mel Kelly, John Splain, Mike McDowell, Linka Schliltz and Julia Kohn. "We appreciate the people that took the time to go," Matson said. "We had good athletes there, but we were just short a few people in several of the events that we had participation in, and that is a big disadvantage." For State, this year's trophy marks the 14th one in the 15-year activity, having tied in 1974 with North Carolina. UNC won the inaugural event in 1967. Volleyball rankings FRATERNITY DU"Webeseenya1" PDC "The Stones" Sigma Chi "Tube Steaks" Sig Ep "Gravediggers" gradind!' V- Bacteriology "Samoa Blue" V Environmental Sciences and Engineering "Roundhouse Gang" Laurel Ridge "Chem Wipes" Old Well "Big Boppers" RESIDENCE HALL league A "Syndicate" Mangum "Master Blaster" 0 2-0 2-0 2-0 5-0 40 2-0 1-0 3-0 3-0 Lewis "Dirt Chickens" Everett "Dominators" 2-0 2-0 WOMEN'S COMPETITIVE Parker "Super 7" Kenan "Killers" P.E.U'grads "Clippers 1' Granville East "VB'ers" 2-0 2-0 1-0 1-0 CO-REC COMPETITIVE Kings wood "Fire Power" ' Morrison "Four Play" Cranville "Ragins Heathens" Estes Park "Motley's Crew" 2-0 2-0 2-0 2-0 ' f V-i v. i 'A ' T1 i - 1 11 L 1 X Turkeys to run and be won at Turkey trot, Nov. 19 I M port ant dates Thurs,, Nov. 5 wrestling meet concludes. Woollen Gym. . DEADLINE for entering grail mural basketball tournament and for volleyball team captains to schedule games for the following next week Nov. 9-12)... ; : Fri., Nov. 6 DEADLINE for entering JM racquetball tournament . ; . . all unit managers should check in with : the office for updated information. . . Sat, Nov. 7 THE BIG ONE!!! CO HEELS"! Sun., Nov. 8-Campus YMCA "Footf aJ I s J? oadrace" fun run, 12.30 p.m., Campus Y Bidg. . ? Mon., Nov, 9 DEADLINE for registering for Lifetime Leisure Activities Program SOCIAL DANCE clmic, to be held Mon., Nov. 16, 6-9 p.m. . . play begins in grail : mural basketball tournament and innertube water polo ... 1 Wed., Nov. 11 DEADLINE for signing up for the Department -of Physical Education's SNOW SKIING course, 7 p.m., 109 Fetzer. ... Thurs.; Nov. 12 DEADLINE for volleyball team cap tains to .schedule games for the following' week (Nov.-16-19) . . . Sat, Nov. 14 - What's a Wahoo??? Co Heefs! !! , . Mon., Nov. 16 DEADLINE for registering for Life time Leisure Activities Program CROSS COUNTRY SKI ING clinic, to be held Mon., Nov. 23, 6-9 p m., 304 ; Woollen Gym . . . organizational meeting for JM Ski Trip, 8 p.m., 304 Woollen-Gym .... Lifetime Leisure SOCIAL DANCE clinic: 6-9 p.m.. Woollen Cym. . . Thurs., Nov. 19 Annual "Turkey Trot," fun run, 4 pm Carmrchael field. DEADLINE for volleyball team captains to schedule games for the following week (Nov, 23-25 .-. s ; Fri., Nov. 20 IM unit managers should check in with the office for updated information . 1981 "Beat Duke" parade . . . Sat., Nov. 21 -BEAT DOOK!!! Mon., Nov. 23 -Lifetime Leisure CROSS COUNTRY SKIING cltnic, 6-9 p.m., 304 Woollen Cym. . . Tues., Nov. 24 DEADLINE, for entering first annual "Sports Trivia Bowl". . , Wed, Nov. 25 THANKSGIVING VACATION BEGINS 1 p.m.. . ANNOUNCEMENTS . ; LIFETIME LEISURE ACTIVITIES PROGRAM. . up coming clinics include SOCIAL DANCE (Mon, Nov. 16, , 6-9 p.m.) and CROSS COUNTRY SKIING (Mon., Nov 23, 6-9 p.m.). . .these one-night -introductory clintcs are cpen to students and faculty-staff members WITH FACILITY PRIVILEGE CARDS obtained from Bynum Hail.-, .clinics cost Utt'-e or nothing, depending on the 'activity, ,, most clinics meet in 304 Woollen Cym before moving to specific activity area . . . contact Asst. IM-Rec Director Rob Frye. OFFICIALS ASSOCIATION perspective grail mural basketball referees that missed last night's MAN DATORY clinic should see Asst. IM-Rec Director Janis Matson IMMEDIATELY... 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 ... don't let your department miss out on this chance to-compete and recreate with other University personnels . liaisons are needed from every participating department. . . fs volleyball in progress now and fs handball tournament will begin soon; :; contact Asst. I M-Rec Director Rob Frye. . . IM-REC SKI TRIP and DEPT. OF PHYSICAL EDUCA TION SNOW SKIING COURSE ; two opportunities for UNC's ski lovers to practice their trade . . . annual IM ski ' trip Jan. 3-8 at Beech and Sugar resorts) will be discuss-; ed at the organizational meeting Mon., Nov. 16, 8 p.m.,' 304 Woollen Cym. . . inaugural P.E. course, Co be held over the Christmas holiday, offers full P E. activity credit (1.0 hours. . MANDATORY course organizational rlteeting, Wed.,.Nov. 11, 7, p.m., 109 Fetzer. . students . should bring $35 with them to the P.E. meeting, con tact Course Coordinator Marybell Avery, 962-2124. . . ANNUAL CAMPUS Y FOOTFALLS FUN RUN . 1981 race gets underway THIS SUNDAY, Nov. 8 with check in 12:30-1:30 p.m. in front of the Campus Y building,' Cameron Ave. . .'81 Footfalls consists of both 10k and two-mile runs . prizes and T-shirts will be awarded ; contact Campus YMCA, 962-2333 GRAIL MURAL HOLIDAY BASKETBALL TOUR NAMENT . - DEADLINE is TODAY for this UNC classic ; captains entering a team must have attended one of this week's two - organizational meetings . . . captains failing to attend one of the two meetings must see Asst. - janis Matson before their entry will be accepted . TURKEY TROT. . .another UNC holiday classic, Thurs., Nov. 19, 4 p.m., Carmichael Field . . . winning female and winning male receive a holiday turkey . ANOTHER FIRST. . . UNC IM-REC BAHAMAS SAIL ING TRIP, Fri.-Sun., May 14-23, 1982... slide show presentation for the trip will be shown at the organiza tional meeting Sat. Nov, 7, 7 p m., 112 Saunders Hail cost is 5440 EXCLUDING round trip transportation to Ft Lauderdale, Florida, contact Trip Coordinator Mary--bell Avery, 952-2124 '. .trip is only open to the first 23 people to sign up. . . FLOOR HOCKEY, . all team captains should check . the master schedule (on bulletin board outside IMRec office in Woollen for remaining games . . contact Floor Hockey Coordinator Roy Wohi SPECIAL TEAM PRICES FOR INTRAMURAL SPORTS 100 Cotton Russell Athletic T-Shirts 24shirts&up .................... $3.95ea. - 12-24 shirts .$4.25 ea. 6-12 shirts . . . . . . .$4.75 ea. regular $6.00 value nriL (includes 2-inch lettering up to 12 letters) There's More In Your Corns In & Prico Our Shirts for Other Tcsm Sports n 100 Cotton Russell Jerseys with contrasting trim on neck and sleeves 12-24 shirts ....................... . .$7.00 ea. 6-12 shirts .$3.00 ea. (Includes 3 4-inch Greek letters or up to 12 2-inch letters) 'For both Rams foaturtd: Ptaase allow one. week for delivery. Additional charge for names (10 per letter), numbers (35 per 6" no, 75$ per 10" no.) "ON CAMPUS" 10 Spotlight, November 5, 1981

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