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Thursday, March 4, 1982
Bert Woodard, IM Publicity, 962-1153
Volume 2, Number 22
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Softball organized, 280 teams in b'hall playoffs
This week's IM-Rec schedule featured organizational
meetings for Softball team captains and officials as that
sport prepares for a March 1 5 opening, and the beginning
of the 280-team basketball playoffs.
Team captain failing to attend this week's two organi
zational meetings should see Asst. IM-Rec Director Rob
Frye as soon as possible, as entry forms will not be given
out in the office. Experienced Softball officials will still be
accepted, and interested persons should contact Frye or
Asst. IM-Rec Director Janice Matson.
1982's edition of IM basketball playdowns breaks down
into 44 residence hall teams, 29 frat, 50 gradind. 93 men's
rec, eight women's competitive, 23 women's rec and so
rority, 17 co-rec competitive and 17 co-rec rec. To be eli
gible for playoff play, each team had to have played four
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games, won two of them and maintained a sportsmanship
rating of 6.5 or better.
Basketball playoffs should run several weeks after spring
break, as several divisions don't even start play until Mon.
In a basketball related but a possible new IM sport area,
Tom Feught of the Sociology Grads "Standard Deviants"
basketball team inaugurated a new "contact" sport dur
ing a recent IM basketball contest The new sport, dubbed
"Easter Lens Hunt" by Assoc. IM-Rec Director Marty Pom
erantz, featured Feught who after losing his contact lens
and instigating a 15 minute 12-man search (including two
IM officials), found the lens in his eye.
"Way to go Tom," Pomerantz said, who has his sights
on several awards for Feught
Tomorrow is the deadline for entering one-on-one bas
ketball, Softball, team racquetball, tennis, faculty-staff
tennis and fs Softball. The week following spring break
features the opening of those sports and the Sig Ep Soft
ball Marathon (Fri., March 19, Ehringhaus field) and
"Jumprope for Heart" Heart Association fund-raiser (Sat.,
March 20, 10 a.m.-1 p.m., Carmichael Aud.).
Jump lor Joy, Sat, March 20, tO ajn. In CwmlehMl
.Nationwide fund drive for the American Heart Assoc.
Cray Pool hours for Spring Break. ,
Fri., March 5 all areas close at 6 p.m.
Sat, March 610 a.m.-6 p.m.
Sun., March 72-6 p.m.
Mon-Sat, March 8-1310 a.m.-6 p.m.
Sun., March 142-6 p.m.
Mon., March; 15 resume regular hours. . .
following areas will be closed for energy
Fetzer Cyms A, B, C (110. 121, 112 Fetzer)
Wrestling Room (01 Fetzer)
Fencing Room (07 Fetzer)
Fetzer classrooms 104, 105. 106, 109
. Woollen Dance Studios A, B
Woollen Gym 3rd floor
Final basketball rankings and seedings
Morrison C Alumni "NFLO Alumni" 6-0
Village Green "Globes" 9-1
"Miss Morel I i's Laundr. 5-0
James "Gang" 5-0
Chi Phi "Fury" - )
Phi Camm "Fiji Blue" 5-0
Omega Psi Phi "Omega Men" 4-1
Kappa Alpha Psi "Nupes" 4-1
Chi Psi "Purple" - 4-0
Teague A "Syndicate" 50
Granville AW "Spoons" 5-0
Granville AW "Fuzzbusters" 4-0
Teague B "Stariammer" 6-1
Lewis "Sleehrats" - 5-1
Varsity Athletics "Hustlers" 60
Cranville "Fabulous Frosh" 4-0
Cobb "Enjoyed It" 5-1
Varsity Soccer 2-2
BSM "BMF" 3-2
Morehead "No Names" 5-0
Law "Mudsharkettes" 4-0
Morrison C Alumi "NFLO Alumni" 4-0
Athletics "Interceptors" 5-2
Law "Senlac 7" 60
"Broken Racket Lour,ge" &o
Law "AFLA" 60
Zeta Psi "Zoo White" 50
Granville South "Squirrels" 5-0
P.E. U'grads "Kenny's Machine" SO
Olde Campus "Windjammer" 4-0
James "Cang" 5-1
BSU "Cophers" 3-1
Ehringhaus "Scrubbies" 60
James "Darling Demons" SO
Ehringhaus "Jolly Netters" 4-0
FT "Ultra Sound" 4-0
Pi Phi 6-3
TriDelt "Delta Darlings" 4-2
Kappa Kappa Gamma 2-2
Fri., March 5-DEADLINE for entering oneotvone bas
ketball, regular season team softbaR, team racquetball,
ail-campus tennis, acuity-staff tennis and fatuity-staff
team Softball. . .SPRING BREAK BEGINS . .THf FUN
BEGINS TODAY IN GREENSBORO. . . BEAT TECH? 5 !
' Sat, March 6 ROUND TWO IN C'BORO-. . BEAT THE
' TERPS OR TICERSI1!
Sun., March 7-THE BfGCEEH! BEAT THE OOOKIES,
STATE COLLEGE, THE DEACS OR-. .THE HOOSI55
' Mon.. March 15-CLASSES RESUME. . .play begins in
: team Softball, one-on-one basketball, ienniv team rac
quetball, faculty-staff tennis singles and faculty-staff team
sofiball. . ' c - ' .
, Wed March 17-DEADLINE for registering for Lifetime'
Leisure Activities Program folk dance clinic, to be held
- Wed, March 24,6-9 pm. . . WEAR GREEN
Fri., March 19-DEADLfNE for entering Jrmertube water
basketball, table tennis, inaugural weekend racquetball .
- tournament 'and the inaugural IM gymnastics meet
s play begins in the Sig Ep Softball Marathon, Ehringhaus
Sat, March 20"Jumprope for Heart" fundraiser for
American Heart Association. 10 a rn.-1 p.m., CarmfchaeJ
1 Auditorium ...
Sun., March 21-lM kite flying contest. 1 p.m. Carmi
chael JM fields . . '
Mon, March 22-DEADLINE for registering for lifetime
Leisure Activities Program bicycle maintenance clinic, to
be held Mon., Mar.h 29, 6-9 p.m ....
Tues., March 23-INAUCURAL IM GYMNASTICS
- MEET. 7:30 p.m. 112 Fetzer (Gym )... ,
Wed., March 24-DEADLINE (with $100 deposit) for reg
s istering for the IM-Rec Bahamas Sailing Trip, to run May
13-22 . play begins in innertube wafer basketball, and
table tennis Lifetime Leisure Activities Program folk
dance clinic, 6-9 p.m . .
Fri., March 26-DEADLINE forwtering team golf tour- ;;
nament, swim meet '82. IM badminton. . .play begins in
the inaugural weekend racquetball tournament. . .
Sat, March 27-CREEK WEEK BRCINS. . .
Mon.. March 29-lifettme Leisure Activities Program bi
; tycte maintenance clinic. 6-9 pm. . . ,
. Tue's, March 30-DEADLINE for registering for Lifetime
Leisure Activities Program sailing clinic, to be held Tues.,
-Apr 6, 6-9 p.m. . .
IM GYMNASTICS MEET. inaugural IM gymnastics
meet has been set for Tues., March 23, 7 JO p.m, 112 f et
zer. , .this new competition is designed to'offer old gym-
nasties has-beens and fresh new upstarts a chance to ex-
penence gymnastics at a competitive level. , . competi
. tion will be held for both men and women in two divisions:
(1) novice, currently or recently enrolled in Physical
: Education gymnastics class for beginners or never com
peted before, and (2) open, experienced, probably have !
competed. , . 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
i will take into consideration the actual execution and difffc
! cuity of the routine and the skill level of the compet
; tor. . judging will be a subjective rating by members and
coaches of the UNC varsity gymnastics program and
other qualified gymnasts . contact Assoc. IM-Rec Direc
' tor Marty PomeranU . . x
: HAND3AURACQUSTBAtt, 5QUASH RISCRVATION
CHANGE. ., cancellations for handbalfraequetball and
i: squash courts will be taken in the LM-Rec of f ice instead of :
f the basketrooms .; v courts with reservation(s) cancelled -
will not be reserved again, but will remain open for first
come basis play for that hour. . , contact IM-Rec office
.forfurtlierclarificatifon. . .
DONT LOSE A CHANCE TO LOSE tM-Rec's fitness
; class and dub meets Monday, Wednesday and Thursday,
15:30-7 112 fetzer,. and is free to UNC faculty-staff
members WITH FACILITY PRIVILEGE CARDS obtained
from Bynum Hall and UNC students . 1 contact classclub
coordinators K. Franklin and Terese Ferland
OFFICIALS ASSOCIATION experienced softbatt of
ficials still accepted for IM regular season softball play.
beginning Mon., March 15. .
LIFETIME LEISURE ACTIVITIES PROGRAM. . clinics
remaining are folk dance, bicycle maintenance, sailing,
frisbee, tennis, cross country skiing and social dance. . .
next clinics are folk dance (Wed., March 24, 6-9 p.m.) and
bicycle maintenance (Mon,, March 29, 6-9 p.m.). . . these
one-mght mtroouctory clinics are geared toward the be
ginner in each activity, are taught by local experts and are
free to students and faculty-staff members WITH FACIL
ITY PR1VILECE CARDS obtained from Bynum Hal! , .
SAILTHE 8AHAMAS . IM-Rec Sports Program. Physi
cal Education Aquatics Program and the International
Field Studies (I.F.S.) are sponsoring a salting excursion
FriVSun., May 14-23. . .cost of the trip is $440, which in
cludes round trip plane flight from Ft. Lauderdale to the
Bahamas, all accommodations abord I F.S. sailboats for
seven nights, food and insurance and instruction in sailing
and other related interests . . DEADL I NE for regtstenng is
Wed. March 24 with a $100 deposit. . .faculty coordina-.
tors are UNC Aquatics Director Mary bell Avery. Depart-;
' ment of Physical Education and Bob Daland, Department
of Political Science . . trip is open to only the first 23 peo
ple to sign up. . . , . '
, JUMPING WITH A HEART. .. a great way for UNC
residences and campus groups to combine fund-raising
with Intramurafs , . . UNCs Department of Physical
Education, Department of Health Education, Department
of Health Administration, and Curriculum in Recreation
. Administration are joining their professional organization
' the American Alliance for Health, Physical Education,
Recreation and Dance in sponsoring "Jumprope for
. Heart" Sat. March 20, 10 am.-l p.m., Carmichael
Auditorium . . . six person teams from campus groups and
residences will jump for pledged donations (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 Of. Angela Lumpkin 962-2021 v
SIG "EP MARATHON . .Sig fp Fraternity is sponsoring
a 24-hour, doubleetimination softball tournament Tri.
; March 19 on Ehringhaus IM fields , . proceeds from this
tournament will go to Ronald McDonald House in Dur
ham entry fee is $30. . . for more information, contact
Rusty Cumpston, 967-2275, 968-9114 ...
WEEKEND RACQUETS ALL TOUR NAMENT . . . inaugu
ral IM racquetball tournament in Fetzer. fri-Sun., March
26-23. . five divisions will be offered. . .men's open,
men's "B," men's novice, women's open and women's
novice. . .all divisions will be single-ejirfiination with a
consolation for first-round losers. ...there b no playing
: : fee, but there is a forfeit fee of $10, which all participants
must pay and which is returned to all participants who
show up for all scheduled matches and referee shifts . .
money raised from forfeit fees will go towards tourney
awards and equipment - - contact Assoc. IM-Rec Direc
tor Marty Pomerantz. , ,
- SWIM MEET 152. . . annual IM swim meet will be held"
Thurs,, April 1, 6 p.m. Bowman Cray Pool events of
. fered, in order, are 200 free, 50 fly. 50 breast 50 free, 100
back, 100 IM, 50 back,100 free, 100 medley relay and div
ing. . .divisions, in order, are women, residence hall, fra
ternity and gradind. . . new registration policy will be
used for the '62 meet, . . art individual or relay team not
affiliated with a unit team should turn in registration card
at the Registration Table before the scheduled event. . :
unit teams must complete a green IM team entry form and
turn it in at the IM-Rec office by Fit, March 26 , . . contact
Assoc IM-Rec Director Marty Pomerantz. - I
- BIG FOUR SPORTS DAY. : .annual extramural event
with Duke, Wake and State will be held in early April, ex
act time and place TEA. -. plan now to represent UNC
and help de-throne four-year winner State College. ; . '
SPECIAL TEAM PRICES FOR INTRAMURAL SPORTS
100 Cotton Russell Athletic T-Shirts
24 shirts &.up .$3.95 ea.
1 2-24 shirts $4.25 ea.
2shirts- .$4.75 ea.
"r. 1 .regular $6.00 value
(includes 2-inch lettering up to 12 letters)
There's f.tore In Your
Corns 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.
6-12 shirts ... . . . . . . $8.00 ea.
I ' (Includes 3 4-inch Greek letters
: ' I or up to 12 2-inch letters)
For both ttams featured: Please allow one week for delivery. Additional charge for
names (10 per letter), numbers (35$ per V no, 75 per 10" no.)
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