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Thursday, February 11, 1982
Bert Woodard, IM Publicity, 962-1153
Volume 2, Number 19
Cbapei HOI, North Carolina
Spaulding Pro handball opens today in Fetzer
Basketball is finishing up its third week of regular '
season play today in Woollen as twelve of the nation's
top handball professionals display their talents in Fetzer
to end this week's IM-Rec activities.
Net week begins with the second annual Valentine's
Day Couples Competition, moved back two hours now
3-6 p.m.) because of the UNCCeorgia game, in Hilton
Indoor Track (Tin Can). This year's competition will
feature all new events according to coordinator Lainie
The 1982 events, in order of progression, are "fowl
play." "Lhapsody in two," "heading for home," "coed
bundling," "lover's leap," "communal sacks," "dueling
for dollies" and the infamous obstacle course. "To find
out what all of events mean, you'll have to enter the
competition," Kooima said.
Points will be given in order of finishing in each event,
and the winner at the end of the day will receive official
IM-Rec champion T-shirts and other prizes, such as
Valentine's Day box of chocolates, Kooima said.
Valentine's Day Couples Competition is open to
undergraduates, graduates and faculty-staff members.
The pro-am handball tournaments that officially j
open the Fetzer handballracquetball courts is as big a i
deal as it sounds. The Spaulding Pro Tournament is on !
the official U.S. Handball Association pro tour, and will
feature 12 of the nations best professionals plus four
amateurs who qualified in the Pro Qualifying Tourna
ment held in Fetzer Tuesday and Wednesday.
In addition to the Spaulding tournament, UNC is
hosting both an Open Singles and a Masters Singles
handball tournament today through Sunday in Fetzer.
There is a limited number of standing room spaces to
to the Spaulding tournament available to UNC students,
free with a UNC ID.
Tomorrow is also the deadline for the inaugural IM
gymnastics meet that will be held in 112 Fetzer(Gym Q.
Monday, Feb. 15. There will be four divisions: men's ex
perienced, men's 'novice, women's experienced, and
women's novice, according to Assoc. IM-Rec Director
Pomerantz hopes the meet will attract those UNC
students of all abilities that enjoy the sport.
"This is the first time (IM-Rec has offered gymnastics)
and we'd like it to be a success," he said. He said that
a couple that plays together?
2nd annual Valentine's Couples Competition
Sun., Feb. 14, $6 p.m
having the two ability divisions should offer something
for everyone interested in gymnastics.
Basketball team captains should remember that play
off eligibility requires four games played and two games
won, according to Asst. IM-Rec Director Janis Matson.
Any basketball inquiries should be directed to Matson.
The Crail volleyball tournament also takes its virgin -run
starting Monday. Patterned after the UNC tradition,
grail basketball, this single-elimination tournament will
follow regular season volleyball rules. Referees are still
needed for the tournament and experienced volleyball
referees should contact Asst. IM-Rec Director Rob Frye.
The Chi Omega and ZTA sororities participated in an
exhibition basketball game during the halftime of the
UNCMaryland women's basketball game last Saturday
in Carmichael, to usher in the new sorority point system.
Both sororities were instrumental in getting the system
approved by the Panhellenic Council and the IM-Rec
Sports Program, renewing a system for women after be
ing dropped in the mid 197Cs. This new system applies
to sororities only.
Kingswood "Polar Bears"
Foxcroft "Carolina Express"
LawDent "Long Hard Nights"
Chi Phi ''Fury"
Chi Psi "Purple"
Teague B "Starjammers"
Everett "Teamo Sportivo"
Granville BW "Pentagon"
Teague A "Syndicate"
Teague B "Icemen"
Morehead "No Names" , 2-0
Pre-professional Health Society "For Your Health" 2-0
Old Well "K.J.'s" 2-0
Cobb "Enjoyed It"
Varsity Athletics "Hustlers"
Zetz Psi "Zoo White"
Estes Park "Arete"
Physical Therapy "Ultra Sound"
James "Darling Demons"
Inter-varsity "Lady Hoopers"
Ehringhaus "Jolly Netters"
Scott College "Hooligans"
Old Well ''Julia's Ervings" :
Cobblestone "Kenny's Machine"
Tri Delt "Delta Darlings"
' Thurs, Feb 11 play begins in Spaulding Profes- -1
skm&f handba'l tournament Open Singles handball tour
nament and Masters Singles hartdbaH tournament
Fetzer courts . .BEAT MARYLAND-'! .' - , -
fru Feb, 12OEADUNE for entering IM gymnastics
competition and the Valentine's Day Couples competi
;,tkn. , .play continues in Spaulding Professional, Open
Singles and Masters Singles handball tournaments. . .
Sat, Feb. 13 play continues in Spauldmg Profes
j skniat Open Singles and Masters Singles handball tour-;
- naments, . .UNQTecb basketball ticket distribution, 9
'' Sun.; Feb, ' 14--second annua? Valentine's Day
Couples Competition. 3-6 pm. Hilton Indoor Track:. .
; play concludes in the Spaulding Professional, Open
-Smiles and Master's Singles handball tournament . .
BEAT THEM OAWCSMI -
- . Moa; Feb. J 5 DEADLINE for registering for life-
' time leisure Activities Program handba! clinic to be -'
held Mon., Feb. 22, 6-9 p m. . I play begins in grait vol
ley bait tournament, : .
Tues- Feb 16 free swim in Bowman Cray .Pool'
changed to 3:30-5:3-3 p-m. because of varsity swim
meet . . . - 11
s Wed, Feb. 1? lifetime leisure Activities Program
: fenemg clinic 6-9 p.m..-. . SWEET REVENGE ON THE '
? Thurs., Feb, 13 DEADLINE for registering for life
t)me Leisure self-defense clinic, to be held Thurs , Feb.
,23,6-9 p.m, . .free wi? tn Bowman Cray Pool cha nged
Uo 3.33-S;30 p.m, because of varsity swim meet . .
Sat, Feb. 20 VICTORY IN DEATH VALLEY?!!
; 'Sun.; Feb. 21 -UNCDOOK, basketba'f ticket di
stribution, 2 p m. ,' . , , ' 1 -(
Moo, Feb. 22 Lifetime Leisure Activities Program
. harsJba!! dmic, Mpm,.." !
Wed., Feb. 24 DEADLINE for registering for Life
time leisure yoga for Jogging dime, to be held, Wed,
; March 3, 6-9 p.m . BEAT TECH!!!
' ' Thurs, Feb. 25 Lifetime Leisure self-defense clinic,
9 prrt... . 1 r . 'N
f WEEKEND RACQUETBAIL TOURNAMENT, .tour
nament has been rescheduled to March 26-23 due to
thi$ week's pro-am turtwbafl tournaments: ;
; fZH 5WIM CHANCE .-.free swim hours for Tues.;
Feb' 16 and Thurs.. Feb. 18 have been changed to 3.30
p.rrt.-5:30 p m. because of the varsity swim meets . ,
; YOU HA VENT MISStD IT Alt YET ,' . three days of
handball starting today in Fetzer Cym ' don't miss a
chance to see handball at its best, and UNCs 15 new
handhattiracquetball courts . .
; VALENTINE'S DAY COUPLES COMPETITION., one
'more day to sign up for this second annual zany UNC:
sevent h all new events will celebrate love day. Sun.;'
Feb. 14, 3-6 p m. in Hilton Indoor Track . . contact
Lainie Kooima . .
FETZER HANDBALURACQUETBALt COURTS...
UNCs new handbafli'racquetball : courts are being re
served under the SAME policy xused for the Woollen
courts last semester .call or come by the IM-Rec of
;fice, 7:30 p.m., Mon.-Thurs., for play the following day,
or 4 30 p m. Friday for play Saturday, Sunday and Mon
.day , squash reservations are - taken at 7.1 5 p m
'Mon.-Thurs., and 4.15 p.m. .. all IS Fetzer courts are
available for reserve: - - . - -
- 3.1 3-9 45 pm.
10 a m.o.45 p m.
' 1-8 45p.m
i: ... in addition to the IS Fetzer courts, the five courts in
; Wool ten are ava liable on a scheduled basis; COURTS Q
; htoti-Thurs. S a ra-2 p.m reservation
H - 3- p.m. frst come basis ,
'' Frjday 8-11 a m. resrrvatton "
12 noon-8.45 p m. first come basis
Saturday 10a.m.-5.45p.m. first come basis
Sunday 141.45 pm. first come basis
, . Woollen courts F and C are available on a challenge
basis at all gym operating hours except when classes are
in session . phone- reservations can be made ONLY on
the UNC Receck Line, 962-1153 . .
DON'T tOSE A CHANCE TO LOSE IMRec's
Fitness Class resumed its semester run several weeks',
ago. . class if free to students and faculty-staff mem
bers WITH FACILITY PRIVILECE CARDS obtained from
Bynum Hall. . . ciass meets Monday, Wednesday and
Thursday, 5.30-7 p m 112 fetzer, contact class coor-
dtnator K- Franklin . ' -
- OFFICIALS, "referees still needed for grail mural
voileybaU tournament . softbaU officials clinics ben
March 1 .' . contact Asst. IWRec Director Rob Frye.' , '
Lifetime leisure Activi'.ies Program . clinics remu.n-
ing are fencing, harK.",i!J, seU-defertse, yoga for iogs;?
folk dance, bicycie maintenance, sailing, frisbee, tenrs,
crosscountry skiing and social dance, next clinic. is
? fencing. Wed.. Feb, 17 ' one niht, ntroductory clinics
. geared toward the beginner in ach activity. . clinics
are free to UNC students and faculty-staff membt-rs
WITH FACILITY PRIVILEGE CARDS obtained it-jrn
8ymim Halj. . v - - '
IM REC SPOXTSAQUAT1CS BAHAMAS SAILING
TRi?. .Fri.-Sun., May 15-22 these two programs m
- the Department of Physical Education are sponsroir.
this sailing excursion id conjunction wtth the Interna-
ttonal field Studies (l SSX a nonrprof it educa t ional a nd .
"scientific organization which assists fdutators with
, field study programs, costs of the trip. Is $443. which
includes round trip plane flight from Ft. Lauderdale to
the Bahamas, aii accommodations aboard l.F.S. si'l-
- boats for seven nighLs, food and insurance and instruc-!
tion in a'.'lr.g, and related areas of interest DEAD
LINE for registering for the trip is March 24 with a $1G3
deposit-. .faculty, coordinators . are UNC Aqtiatics
Director Marybeil Avery, &?partrnent of Physical
Education, and Bob Daland, Department of Political
, . JUMPING WITH A HEART , UNCs Department of
FhyS'Oil Education is joining fts protessronal orgamza-
tion, the Alliance for Health, - Physical Education,
Recreation and Darvce, and the American Heart
Association, Is sponsoring the t'Jumprope for Heart',
.Sat, March 20, 10 am.4 pm. in Carmichael Audt
torium . s person teams from campus groups and
residences will jump for pledge donations in a nation
wide effort to raise money for the Heart Associa
tion contact Dr Angela Lumpkin. 962-2021. .win-
ners will receive UNC IM T-shirts, plus prizes from the :
Heart Association . ; . entry forms may be obtained from
the IM-Ret office,'. . ' .
NEW IM-REC CALENDARS, spring semester activi
ty calendars are n. . .available AT NO CHARGE in the
V ALtN I IM- PAY lUm tOMFtTII ION sec
ond annual love day games. Sun,. Feb 14, 34 pm .
with all new events . .1932 events, m order, are fowl
:; : play, lhapsody in two, heading for home, coed bundltng
lover's Teap.' communal sacks, dueling for dollies and
obstacle course. . . DEADLINE for entering has been ex
tended until tomorrow (Fri Feb. 12), 5 p m . .contact
' Lainie Kooima for information .
OFFICIALS SUPERVISOR... Asst IM-Rec Director
Jams Matson is accepting applications for co-Supervisor
of officials, to replace veteran Dianna Sweezy Bridges
who s leaving March-1 . , .sophomores are preferred,'
ittniors accepted ' no seniors need apply, pay is
minimum wage, based on 18 hours a week , . - the posi
tion will be designed to complete this academic year
(through May 1932) nd run throughout next academic
year (September 1982-May 1983). .contact Janis Mat-
AIL IM-RfC EVvFLCnTES . W-2 income tax forms
; are available in the IMRec office for claim..: contact
. IM Secretary Barbara Hall, 8.30 a.m-4 30 p.m ;
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 valus
(includes 2-Inch lettering up to 12 letters)
There's f.loro In Your
Como In & Prico Our Shirts
for Other Tesm Sports
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 Koins fMtwwd: Please aRow one week for delivery. Additional charge for
names (10 per letter), numbers (35 per 6" no, 75 per 10" no.)
Spotlight, February 11, 1932