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advertisment advertisment NTRARflURAL BULLETIN B sponsored each week during the fall and spring semesters by the UNC Student Stores Thursday, February 25, 1982 Bert Woodard, IM Publicity, 962-1153 Volume 2, Number 21 Chapel Hill, North Carolina OARD Next week's Softball meetings team captains Tues -Wed., March 2-3 7 p.m. ,109 Fetzer must attend one to receive entry form officials Mon.-Wed., March 1-3 times, place vary MANDATORY Sig Ep softball tourney set for March 19 There are still a few slots open for the Sig EpSchlitz Marathon Softball Tournament which is slated for Fri., March 19 on Ehringhaus IM fields, according to tourney coordinator Rusty Cumpston. Entering teams must pay a fee of $30 to play, which will go to the Ronald McDonald House in Durham, Sig Ep's chosen charity. "We are going to have a 32-team field comprising the best teams from all over the campus," Cumpston said. "Call it an early softball season showdown." This 24-hour, double elimination early season show down will culminate with a planned blow-out, compli ments of Schlitz' local distributor. At this party, the win ning team will receive a silver bowl, which will be display ed for the remainder of the year in the Woollen Cym IM trophy case. Only cunently enrolled students and cunent faculty staff members of the University will be eligible, Cumpston said. Other tournament rules are as follows: American Softball Association rules will be used a protest committee will be at the fields at all times of play to handle all protests, including eli gibility there will be no unlimited substitution Sig Ep fraternity members will officiate, two per game each team is required to bring two new "Dud ley restricted flight" softballs to the tournament for each game, each team must furnish one - new ball winning team will get the unused ball, losing team the used one starting times will be made known to all teams and a tournament schedule will be given to all teams a week before the tourney's start starting time is forfeit time if a team is not present seven players constitute a starting team . each game will have a 60-minute time limit if play is not within the 60-minute limit, the next inning completed with one of the teams ahead will end the game IMRec activities remain light with regular season bas ketball winding down, and playoffs starting Monday. Two Lifetime Leisure Activities Program clinics are offered within the week, self-defense tonight and yoga for jogging Wednesday night, March 3. Organizational meetings for softball team captains and MANDATORY clinics for per spective IM softball officials will be held next week. Soft ball begins the Monday after spring break (March 15. IMRec's Fitness Class, "Use It and Lose It," which meets Mon., Wed. and Thurs., 5:30-7 p.m. in 112 Fetzer, is now a fitness club-, with progress records kept for each participant. Usual schedule is 5:306 p.m., jogging and 6-7 p.m., toning excercises and stretching. There is no registra tion or fee required for the club, which is open to all stu dents and those faculty-staff members with facility privi lege cards obtained from Bynum Hall. . Entry deadlines for the final two faculty-staff IM pro gram activities are due Fri., March 5. Faculty-staff mem bers can participate in tennis singles, a regular season for mat :id team softball. The Friday before spring break (March 5) also marks the deadline for entering the IM one-on-one basketball tour nament team racquetball and all-campus tennis play. The Sig Ep Softball Marathon, Jumprope for Heart, the in augural Weekend Racquetball Tournament and the IM gymnastics meet all fall during the two weeks following spring break. Perspective IM basketball playoffs scorekeepers meet today, 4:30 p.m. in the IMRec office. Monday begins a busy twcHveek basketball playoff schedule. Team cap tains should be sure their team has played at least four games and won at least two, to be eligible for playoff play, said Asst. IMRec Director Janis Matson. Captains with questions regarding this stipulation or the sportsman ship rating should contact Matson immediately. Basketball rankings CRADIND WOMEN'S COMPETITIVE CO-REC REC Morrison C Alumni "NFLO Alumni" 5-0 Varsity Athletics "Hustlers" 5rj P.E. U'grads "Kenny's Machine" 3-0 Law"Mudsharks" 4-0 Cranville "Fabulous Frosh" yo Olde Campus "Windjammer" 4-0 LawDent "Long Hard Nights" 4) Cobb "Enjoyed It" M James "The James Gang" 4-1 Football "Miss Morellis Laundry" 4-0 P E. "Untouchables" 2-1 Old Well "Julia's Ervings" 4-1 FRATERNITY CO-REC COMPETITIVE - WOMEN'S REC Chi Phi "Fury" 5-0 Law "Mudsharkettes" 4-0. Pi Phi 5-1 Kappa Psi "Hoopers" 5- Morehead "No Names" 4-0 James "Darling Demons" 4-0 Pi Kap "Bluett" 5-1 Scott College "Nasty Buzzards" 4-1 Phi Mu 4-0 PiKa "Thanks for Shoppin" 5-1 P.H.S. "For Your Health" 2-0 Physical Therapy "Ultra Sound" 3-0 RESIDENCE HALL MEN'S REC SORORITY Cranville AW "Fuzzbusters" 4-0 Connor "l-Ronnics" . 6-0 Pi Phi 5-1 Cranville AW "Spoons" 4-0 Connor 5-1 Phi Mu 4-0 Mangum "Magnum Force" 4-0 Law "Senlac 7" " ; 6-0 Tri Delt" Delta Darlings" 3-2 Teague A "Syndicate" 4-0 Zeta Psi "Zoo White" 5-0 ZTA "Culls" 2-2 IMportant dates Thurs., Feb. 25 MANDATORY meeting today "for perspective IM basketball scorekeepers, to be used dur ing the playoffs, 4:30 p.m, IM-Rec office (203 Woollen Gym). . . Lifetime leisure Activities Program self-defense clinic, 6-9 p.m , ' Sat, Feb. 25 BEAT DOOK'M Mon., March 1-first of three MANDATORY clinics for IM softball officials (referees), 7-9 p.m., 109 fetzer . .play begins in IM basketball playoffs. . . Tues., March 2- first of two organizational meetings for IM softball team captains 7 p.m. 109 Fetzer. . sec ond of three MANDATORY clinics for IM softball offk rials, 5-7 p.m. ... Wed., March 3 second of two organizational meet ings for IM softball team captains, 7 p.m., 109 Fetzer. . . third of three MANDATORY clinics for IM softball of ficials 5-6 p.m. . . ;t Fri., March 5-DEADHNE for entering one-on-one bas ketball, softball, team racquetball, tennis, faculty-staff tennis and faculty-staff softball. . SPRING BREAK BE CINS. . . FUN BEGINS IN GREENSBORO!! I Sat., March 6 ROUND TWO IN C'BORO . . ; Sun., March 7 THE BIGGEE. . . Mon., March 15-CLASSES RESUME . . . play begins in IM regular season softball, o neon-one basketball, tennis, team racquetball, faculty-staff tennis and faculty-staff softball. . . Wed., March 17 HERE'S TO YOU ST. PAT. . DEAD LINE for registering for Lifetime Leisure Activities Pro gram folk dance clinic r Fri., March 19 DEADLINE for entering innertube water basketball, table tennis, weekend racquetball tournament and gymnastics meet, play begins in Sig Ep softball tournament. . . s Sat., March 20 "Jumprope for Heart," fund-raiser for American Heart Association, 10 a m.-l p.m., Carmichael Auditorium. . . ANNOUNCEMENTS - IM GYMNASTICS MEET. . . lefs try it one more time t. inaugural IM gymnastics meet has been rescheduled for Tues. March 23 7:30 p.m., 112 Fetzer.". this new competition is designed to offer old gymnastics has beens and fresh new up-starts a chance to experience gymnastics at a competitive level . competition will be held for both men and women in two divisions: (1) novice, currently or recently enrolled in a Physical Edu cation gymnastics class for beginners or never com peted before, and (2) open; experienced at some level higher than beginning gymnastics, probably have com peted ... men's events are long horse vault pommel bars parallel bars, rings and tumbling. . .women's events are vaulting, uneven parallel bars, balance beam and tumbling . . . judging will be based on a 10-point scale and will take into consideration the actual execu tion and difficulty of the routine and the skill level of the competitor . . judging will be a subjective rating by members and coaches of the UNC varsity gymnastics team and other qualified gymnasts. . contact Assoc. IMRec Director Marty Pomerantz. . -i HANDBALLRACQUET8ALL, SQUASH RESERVA TION CHANGE - beginning Monday of this week (Feb. 22 cancellations for handbaltracquetbali and squash Courts will be taken in the IMRec office instead of the basketrooms . "courts with reservation) cancelled will not be reserved again, but will remain open for first come basis play for that hour. . contact IMRec office for further clarif ication ... DO NT LOSE A CHANCE TO LOSE . IMRec's f itness class and club meets Monday, Wednesday and Thursday, 5:30-7 p.m., 112 Fetzer, and is free to faculty staff members WITH FACILITY PRIV1LECE CARDS ob tained from Bynum Hall and students, .contact class club coordinator K. Franklin. . . . OFFICIALS ASSOCIATION . referees will be need ed for IM softball beginning with the MANDATORY clinics Mon.-Wed., March 1-3. . contact Asst IMRec Director Rob Frye. . , LIFETIME LEISURE ACTIVITIES PROGRAM. . .clinics : remaining are self-defense, yoga for jogging, folk dance, bicycle maintenance, sailing, frtsbee, tennis, cross coun try skiing, and social dance . next clinic is self-defense, TONICHT, 6-9 p.m.... these one-night introductory clinics are geared toward the beginner in each activity, , are taught by local experts and are free to students and .faculty-staff members WITH FACILITY PRIVILEGE CARDS obtained from Bynum Hail. . . SAIL THE BAHAMAS . IM-Rec Sports Program, Physical Education Aquatics Program and the Interna tional Field Studies (I.F.S.) are sponsoring a sailing excur sion FrL-Sun., May 14-23 . . cost of the trip is $440, which includes round trip plane flight from Ft. Lauder dale to the Bahamas, all accommodations aboard l.F.S. sailboats for seven nights, food and insurance and in struction in sailing and other related interests. . . DEAD LINE for registering is Wed., March 24 with a $100 deposit . faculty coordinators are UNC. Aquatics Director Marybell Avery, Dept. of Physical Education and Bob Daland, Dept. of Political Science . ; trip is open to ONLY the first 23 people to sign up. . JUMPING WITH A HEART. . a great way for UNC campus'groups and residences to combine fund-raising with intramurals. . , UNC's Dept of Physical Education ' is joining its professional organization, the American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, and the American Heart Association in sponsor- ; tng "Jumprope for Heart" Sat.; March 20, 10 a.m.-1 p.m., Carmichael Auditorium .six person teams from cam pus groups and residences will jump for pledged dona tions (solicited by team members) in a nationwide effort to raise money for the Heart Association . . . members of teams jumping the maximum three hours will win IM championship T-shirts, and money winners will receive prizes from the Heart "Association . .entry forms may be obtained in the IM-Rec office. . .contact Dr. Angela Lumpkin 962-2021 ...... OFFICIALS CO-SUPERVISORS. Asst. IMRec Direc tor Jams Matson is accepting applications for co supervisor of officials, to begin work Mon., March 1 5 . . . sophomores preferred, juniors accepted, seniors not ac cepted. ; this position will be designed to complete this academic year(through April 1982) and run through out next next academic year (September 1982-April 1983). . pay minimum wage, based on 18 hours a week ... NEW IM-REC CALENDARS. . . spring semester activi ty calendars are in. : ; free calendars containing IMpor tant information in IM's, athletics and other UNC ac tivities. . . W-2 FORMS . all persons on the IMRec payroll from January 1981 -December 1981 should claim W-2 in come tax form from IMRec Secretary Barbara Hall 8 30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. . . IM BASKETBALL SCOREKEEPERS . . . scorekeepers, to work during IM basketball playoffs, Mon -Thurs. March 1-4 and Mon.-Thurs. March 15-18, will meet TO DAY, 4:30 p.m. IM-Rec office, .pay minimum wage, hours flexible .. contact Asst. IM-Rec Director Janis Matson ... SIG EP SOFTBALL MARATHON . . 1 Sig Ep fraternity is sponsoring a 24-hour, double-elimination softball ! tournament Fri., March 19 on Ehringhaus fields . pro ceeds from this tourney will go to Ronald McDonald House in Durham . entry fee for the tourney is $30 . . . for ' more information, contact Rusty Cumpston, 967-2275968-9114. . . WEEKEND RACQUETBALL TOURNAMENT . . inaug ural IM racquetbali tournament in Fetzer, Fri.-Sun., March 26-28.. : five divisions will be offered. . men's open, Men's "8," men's novice, women's open and women's novice. ..all divisions will be single elimination with a consolation for first round losers. . there is no playing fee, but there IS a FORFFIT FEE of " $10, which all participants pay and which is returned if the participant shows up to play andor referee for all of hisher scheduled matches. . money raised for forfeit fees will go toward tourney awards and equipment. . contact Assoc. IMRec Director Marty Pomerantz . SPECIAL TEAM PRICES FOR 1WTRAMURAL 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) There's More in Your Come In & Price Our Shirts for Other Team Sports 100 Cotton Russell Jerseys with contrasting trim on neck and sleeves 1 2-24 shirts .$7.00 ea. 6-1 2 shirts $8.00 ea. (Includes 3 4-inch Greek letters or up to 12 2-inch letters) For both items featured: Please allow one week for delivery. Additional charge for names (100 per letter), numbers (350 per 6" no., 75$ per 10" no.) n 'ON CAMPUS' Spotlight, February 25, 1982'