North Carolina Newspapers is powered by Chronam.
sponsored each week during the fail end spring semesters by the UKC Student Stores
Thursday, Nov. 12, 1981
Bert Woodard IM Publicity, 962-1153
Volume 2. Number 11
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Wrestling entries pass century mark
Opponents of the IM-Rec point system had to be disap
pointed with the 1981 Wrestling meet held Nov. 3-5 in
This year's meet was made into a participation point
activity with each men's competitive unit receiving partic
ipation points with a minimum number of participants,
and the number of participants increased from about 40
last year to almost 120. ,
Leading the ten weight class champions is 118-pound
winner Mike Lewis of league B. Lewis was the only one
entered in that class, so he automatically won an IM-Rec
champion T-shirt But he opted to wrestle in the 1 26-pound
class and finished second to Morrison C's Jay Streater.
Other wrestling winners were Kingswood's Rodney
Bean over Law's David Drooz in the 134 class, Craham's
Mike Friday over Will Redfem of ATO in 142, Dental's Ro
bert Widis over NROTC's Darryl Martin in 150, Don Han
rkins of Chalet J. Green Street over Public Health's Bob
Pell in 158.
Bill Brame of Lewis defeated James' Rob Briley in the
167 class, Granville DW's Doug Michael beat Sig Ep's
Doug Ruley in 1 977, MBA's Jack Koford defeated another
Sig Ep, Eddie Matthews, in the 190 and PiKap's Neal Fow
ler, weighing in at 210, defeated DU's Henry Revelle, who
weight in at 207, in the unlimited class.
While wrestling stole the show last week, several other
IM activities neared finish and several more got off the
ground this week.
: Sig Ep's Eric Plott defeated Jerry Riley of Wildcat Lane
15-13, 15-8 to take the all-campus men's competitive
singles racquetball champbnship Monday.
Plotf s victory ended a rather long-winded racquetball ?
playoff schedule in four divisions that also had Phil Bass-
ford of the Medical School defeating Craige's Tae Rho for ?
the men's rec title. I
In tennis, which is running neck and neck with inflation J
in duration, it will be PiKap "Blue" against Chi Psi
"Purple" for the fraternity title. Everett "Rogah" sits in .
one-half of the final residence hall bracket waiting for a .
handful of teams to decide the other one. ;
It was all Old East in the men's rec tennis final as "Ana
conda Foil 1" defeated "Anaconda Foil 2." !
Play in the grail mural basketball classic began this!
week as did competition in co-rec innertube water polo, j
There are 18 recreational division water polo teams, eight
teams in the competitive division, and 131 grail mural .'
basketball teams broken down into 11 in women's, 32 in ;
men's rec and 89 in men's competitive division.
Eric Locklear and Toni Rowe teamed up to capture the
co-rec bowling championship. Dan Bryson and Susan
Terry finished second with Jonathan Hanes and Dawn
Welch third. . '
Soccer has been held up, or rather washed up, as the re
cent rains have delayed the playoff schedule in that activ
ity. Playoffs are now slated to begin Thurs., Nov. 19,
according to soccer coordinator Beverly Jarrell. Games
rained out Oct 26, Oct 27 and Nov. 5 will be made up
next week. That schedule based on the original time and.
field slots is:
Mon., Oct 26 games to be played Mon., Nov. 16 !
Tues., Oct 27 games to be played Tues., Nov. 17 '
Thurs., Nov. 5 games to be played Wed., Nov. 18 t
Two UNC IM'ers qualify for Boston
Two UNC students qualified for the 1982 Boston Mara
thon at the Tecent Washington D.C. Marine Corps Mara
thon, held Sun., Nov. 1 .
David Smith, a graduate student in sociology from Carr
boro finished 18th and David Moore, a senior chemistry
major from Eden finished 196th. both within the top two
per cent of the 9,853 participants.
Smith and Moore join UNC graduate and now Chapel
Hill High tennis eoach Lindsay Linker, who qualified and
ran in THE marathon last April, in this elite running club.
Moore, won the mile-run for Delta Upsilon in this year's
IM track meet with a time of 4:29.5 and finished second in
the two-mile. Smith won the graduateind division two
mile run with an all-campus winning time of 9:10. .
For Moore, who hasn't trained for the marathon like
most qualifiers do, entering the D.C. marathon was a per
sonal challenge and a rewarding experience. Qualifying
for Boston was not a goal.
"My goal was to finish the race period," Moore said.
"My second goal was to finish somewhere around three
hours and fifty minutes. What happened really surprised
What happened was a finishing time of two hours, 45 .
minutes and 14 seconds on the 26.2-mile, 38.5 yard course ;
around the nation's capital.
Moore talked of the help a runner receives in a mara
thon from the people lined up along the streets and from
the other runners.
"I was lucky enough to run miles nine to 20 with the
president of the D.C. Road Runner Club, and he really
coached me along the way," Moore said.
Two days after the race, Moore was back on UNC's
Carmichael Field playing IM soccer and tending to aca
demic and other demands. He hasn't had much time to
plan but he has a general idea of his training schedule
before he runs in Boston in April.
"I will just try to maintain my present condition, work
up to 60 miles a week by February, gradually increase it
to 80 a week by March and then taper off some before
the marathon," he said. ,v.-.-. '
Moore and Smith also have to tend to some fund-raising
to get to Boston. Last year Linker's Tri-Delt sorority raised
the bulk of her funds. Anyone or business interested in
helping the two UNC marathoners should contact the IM
Magnum "Master Blaster" 40
Teague A "Syndicate" 44)
Lewis "Dirt Chickens" o
Stacy "Iguana Hold Your Heads" 5.1 '
Delta UpsiIorr"Webeseenya" 44)
Sigma Chi "Tube Steaks" q
Kappa Psi "Knumknuts" 2-0
' PiKap "Blue 1" 2-0
Bacteriology "Samoa Blue" 74
ESE "Roundhouse Cang" &-0
Old Well "Big Boppers" . q
Parker "Super 7"
Granville "Ragin' Heathens"
Estes Park "Motley's Crew"
Kings wood "Fire Power"
Chi O "Night Owls"
Kappa Kappa Camma
Pi Phi "Arrows"
James "Dirty Half Dozen"
Med School "2"
Royal Park "Gold Diggers"
Durham "The Nads"
r-- .y-m -
Time to think ski and snow
. .organizational meeting for IM
ski trip Monday night
I M port ant dates
Thurs".. Nov. 12 DEADLINE for volleyball team cap
tains to schedule games for the following week (Nov.
Fri., Nov. 13 all IM unit managers should check in
with the office for updated information. . .
Sat., Nov. 14 WHAT'S A WAHOO??? CATOR'S
Sun., Nov, 15 UNCSouth Florida ticket distribution,
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. Woollen
Gym . . . organizational meeting for IM Ski Trip, to be
held Jan. 3-8, 1982 at Beech and Sugar resorts, 8 p.m.,
304 Woollen Gym. . Lifetime Leisure SOCIAL DANCE
clinic, 6-9 p.m.. Woollen Gym. . :
Wed., Nov. 18 UNCAVilliam & Mary ticket distribu
tion, 5 p.m.. . .
Thurs.. Nov. 19 DEADLINE for volleyball team cap
tains to schedule games for the last week of competi
tion (Nov. 23-24). . . ANNUAL TURKEY TROT fun run, 4
p.m., Carmichael Field. . .soccer playoffs begin. . .
Fri., Nov. 20 all IM unit managers should check in
with the office for updated information. . .1981 "BEAT
DOQK" Parade . . .
Sat, Nov. 21 -BEAT DOOKH! THE BELL BELONGS
AT THE HILL. . .
Mon., Nov. 23 Lifetime Leisure Activities Program
CROSS COUNTRY SKIING clinic. 6-9 p.m.. Woollen
Tues., Nov. 24 DEADLINE for entering first annual
Sports Trivia Bowl, to be held Tues., Dec. 1 . . .
Wed., Nov. 25-THANKSCIVING HOLIDAY BEGINS,
Mon.. Nov. 30-CLASSES RESUME ... playoffs begin
in IM volleyball. . . BEAT TULSA. . Sports Trivia Bowl
practice round. . .
Tues., Dec. 1 - Sports Trivia Bowl. . . UNCUVa. bas
ketball ticket distribution, 5 p.m.. . .
SOCCER PLAYOFFS AND RAINOUTS. . . playoffs,
originally scheduled to begin Mon., Nov. 16, will now
begin Thurs,. Nov. 19 IF THERE ARE NO MORE RAIN
OUTS. . .all playoff conflicts must be submitted to IM
soccer coordinator Beverly Jarrell THIS WEEK (by
tomorrow, 5 p.m.). . . CURRENT soccer rainout schedule
is: Mon., Oct 26 games to be played Mon., Nov.
16. . .Tues., Oct 27 games to be played Tues., Nov.
17. . '.Thurs., Nov. 5 games to be played Wed., Nov.
LIFETIME LEISURE ACTIVITIES PROGRAM ... up
coming clinics are SOCIAL DANCE (Mon., Nov. 16, 6-9
p.m, and CROSS COUNTRY SKIING (Mon., Nov. 23, 6-9
p.m.). . . these one-night introductory clinics are open to
students and faculty-staff members WITH FACILITY
PRIVILEGE CARDS obtained from Bynum Hall. . .clin
ics cost little or nothing depending on the activity. .
most clinics meet in 304 Woollen Gym before moving
to specific activity area. . .contact Asst. IM-Rec Direc
tor Rob Frye. .
OFFICIALS ASSOCIATION . . . EXPERIENCED basket
ball officials will still be hired for grail mural classic. . .
see Asst. IM-Rec Director Janis Matson IMMEDIATELY
. . . outstanding performance in officiating is rewarded
with entry in the UNC Officials Association, members of
which sport official UNC Officials Association all
weather jackets. . .
DONT LOSE A CHANCE TO LOSE. . . IM-Rec Fitness
Class, "Use It and Lose It" meets 5:30-7 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 obtained
from Bynum Hall ...
FACULTY-STAFF. . don't let your department miss
out on this chance to compete and recreate with other
participating University personnel . . . liaisons needed
between IM-Rec program and participating depart
ments. . .its volleyball in progress. . .contact Asst. IM
Rec Director Rob Frye. .
IM-REC SKI TRIP. . big opportunity for UNC's ski
lovers to practice their trade. . .annual IM Ski Trip to
Beech and Sugar resorts (Jan. 3-8, 1982) will be dis
cussed at an organizational meeting Mon., Nov. 16, 8
p.m., 304 Woollen Gym . . .
TURKEY TROT. . . a holiday classic at UNC . annual
fun run gets underway Thurs., Nov. 19, 4 p.m., Car
michael Field. . .winning male and female each receive
a holiday turkey. . .
ANOTHER FIRST... UNC IM-KEC BAHAMA SAIL
ING TRIP Fri.-Sun, May 14-23, 1982. . cost is $440 EX
CLUDING round trip to Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. . .contact
trip coordinator Marybell Avery in UNC Aquatics Of
fice, 962-2124, or the IM-Rec office. . trip is open to
first 23 people to sign up.". .
FIRST ANNUAL SPORTS TRIVIA BOWL. . one-night
single-elimination format Tues., Dec. 1, with practice
. round Mon., Nov. 30. . . only first eight (8) teams to sign
up may participate, .'.each team consists of four
members who must respond to questions about sports
trivia. . .each round lasts 15 minutes with the winning
team advancing . . . contact Asst. IM-Rec Director Rob
GRAIL MURAL BASKETBALL. . team jerseys may
not be checked-out for the duration of the tournament
. . . must be checked-out and turned back in each
WEEKEND RACQUETBALL TOURNAMENT . tourna
ment CANCELLED because new courts in Fetzer are not
'SPECIAL-TEAM PRICES FOR INTRAMURAL SPORTS
100 Cotton Russell Athletic T-Shirts
24 shirts & up ..$3.95 ea.
12-24 shirts ., $4.25 ea.
6-12 shirts ... . .$4.75 ea.
regular $6.00 value
(includes 2-inch lettering up to 12 letters)
Triero's Mora In Your
Coma In & Prico Our Shirts
for Other Tcsrn Sports
100 Cotton Russell Jerseys
with contrasting trim on neck and sleeves
12-24 shirts $7.00 ea.
6-1 2 shirts $8.00 ea.
(Includes 3 4-inch Greek letters
or up to 1 2 2-inch letters)
'For both items featured: Please allow one week for delivery. Additional charge for
names (10 per tetter), numbers (35( per 6" no., 75 per 10" no.)
n ' .
Spotlight, November 12, 1981