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Thursday, March 25, 1982
Bert Woodard, IM Publicity, 962-1153
Volume 2, Number 24
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Managers Meeting Tuesday
Swim Meet Thursday
Team Golf Tourney Fri.-Sun.
"Ride and Tie" bike race Sunday
UNC needs you
to stop State College from winning
fifth-straight Big Four IM Sports Day
Wed., April 7, 8 a.m.-6 p.m., Wake Forest U.
t bus provided, University-excused absence -
golf, cross country, racquetball, volleyball, table tennis, badminton, j
Softball, tennis, bowling, women's basketball
A week of Final Four talk
The pace in Woollen grew more hurried at the week's
beginning as the frenzied IM basketball playoffs wore on
ward toward the championships Wednesday night. By
press time Monday night the basketball race in all divi
sions had been narrowed down to just four teams.
Residence hall featured a final four of top-ranked
Teague A "Syndicate," un-ranked Teague B "Icemen,"
fifth-ranked Lewis "Sleehrats" and fourth-ranked Teague B
"Starjammer." The top-four teams in the f rat division were
top-ranked Chi Phi, third-ranked and defending champion
Omega Psi Phi and un-ranked Beta and Sig Ep.
In the talent-rich gradind division it came down to the
top-ranked Law "Mudsharks- and un-ranked Kingswood
"Polar Bears," Med "Cremasters" and Law-Dent "Long
Hard Knights." Cobb "Enjoyed It" was to meet P.E. Crads
for the sparse but competitive women's competitive divi
In the only basketball championship decided last week
the Med-Pulmonary "Bromberg Bombers" defeated the
Med-Psychiatry "KIR" for the faculty-staff title. Team
members are captain Jack Stutts, Dale Spencer, Ric
Boucher, Mike Knowles, Cal Cotton, Bill Mentz, Dennis
Suich and Mike Madden.
There were about 30 winners in the "Jumprope for
Heart" jump-a-thon and fund-raiser for the American
Heart Association, held last Saturday in Carmichael.
The five teams that jumped the maximum three hours,
members of which were awarded with IM championship
T-shirts, were Pi Phi, Old West Sigma Chi, Chi Omega and
a grad team.
Pi Phi members are captain Cina Upchurch, Camie Cle
ment Kristen Morrell, Robin Wilkins, Lucy McCuIlough,
Ann Thompson, Stephanie Cardner, Katherine Love and
T-shirt winners from Old West are captain Bryan Davis,
Scott Scrimsher, Adam Wieck, Will Redfern, Eric Hart and
Roger Harris. Sigma Chi members are captain Clenn Whit
ney, Chuck Hafford, Jim Davis, Creg Baer, Sam Vernon
and Randy Dunbar.
Members of the Chi O jumprope team are captain Mar
jorie Benbow, Rhonda Kimzey, Missy Bassinger, Jane Re
decker, Denie Enderlee and Nicole Storey. The grad team
consisted of Mary Sisk, Karl Suiter and Debbie Quails.
In a correction, the "Serious Spikers" won the women's
grail volleyball tournament held several weeks ago, and
not runner-up KA Theta "Kites" as was reported. Spiker
members are Amanda Thomas, Amy Springer, Heather
McKenzie, Greta Carber, Nell Leazer and Eva Compton.
This past week was highlighted by the inaugural gym
nastics meet Tuesday and the basketball finals Wednes
day. Tomorrow is the deadline for entering team golf,
swim meet and all-campus badminton. Play begins to
morrow in the weekend racquetball tournament that runs
Next week offers a national championship Monday
night IM managers meeting Tuesday night annual swim
meet Thursday night and deadline Friday for turning in all
"Jumprope for Heart" donations and for entering the
"Ride and Tie" bicycle race. The team golf tourney runs
next Fri.-Sun. April 2-4, Finley course.
Pre-season softball rankings
North Carolina basketball coach Dean Smith has al
ways said that pre-season rankings are an indicatson of
team strengths from the previous season and Jittte else.
Smith is no doubt right but pre-season rankings are intei
est-provoking and promotional tools nevertheless, and
following is a list of the teams to beat m regular season
Softball, based on last season.
Because last week's rainy weather allowed for only two
days of softball play, current Softball rankings could not
be legitimately decided.
MBA "Anchorage 7 for t" .
Law "Ernest X Bass"
Physical Education U'grads "Bulldogs in Heat"
Pi Kap "Dynasty"
PiKa "Thanks for Shoppin' "
Morrison C Alumni
Fri, March 26-DEADLINE for entering team golf '82
swim meet and individualdual badminton. . . play begins
in the inaugural IM weekend racquetball tournament Fet
zer courts. . .
Sat, March 27 play continues in the weekend rac
quetball tournament. . . BEAT 'OUSTON!!!!
Sun., March 28 play concludes in weekend racquet
ball tournament. . .
Mon. March 29-HOW SWEET IT IS!!! FRANKLIN
STREET COES WILD!!!
Tues., March 30-IM MANAGERS MEETINC, 7 p.m.
304 Woollen. . .
Thurs, April 1-1982 IM SWIM MEET, 6 p.m. Cray
Fri. April 2 DEADLINE for submitting all "Jumprope
for Heart" money and for entering Ride and Tie
race. . .team golf tournament begins, Finley Course. . .
Sun., April 4 "Ride and Tie" bicycle race 1 p.m. Car
michael IM fields. . .
Mon., April 5-play begins in IM badminton. . .
Tues.. April 6 DEADLINE for entering annual BIG
FOUR SPORTS DAY. to be held Wed.. April 7. Wake
Forest University. . .
Wed.. April 7-BIG FOUR SPORTS DAY. . . bus leaves
Woollen at 8 a.m., returns 6 p.m ....
Fri., April 9-DEADLINE for entering volleyball triples
tournament and frisbee golf tournament. .
RIDE AND TIE. . . another Marty Pomerantz-special . .
two-person, one-bicycle race over 10-15 mile distance. . .
race is set for 2 p.m. Sun., April 16, Carmichael IM
. FRISBEE GOLF TOURNAMENT. . .184ioIe medal play
tournament is slated for 2 p.m. Fri., April 16, Carmichael
IM fields . . . maps of the course will be available for prac
tice rounds on Fri.. April 9. . . DEADLINE for entry is also
Fri, April 9. . .
VOLLEYBALL TRIPLES, . . one-night pool play followed
by single-elimination playoff is set for Wed.. April 14. fol
lowed by a Thurs, April 15 playoff. . . DEADLINE for en
try is Fri., April 9. .
WEEKEND RACQUETBALL TOURNAMENT. ... inau
gural racquetball tournament in Fetzer, tomorrow through
Sunday, March 26-28. . . 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-elimination
with a consolation for first-round losers there is no play
ing fee, but there is a forfeit fee of $10, which all partici
pants 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
Director Marty Pomerantz ...
SWIM MEET '82 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 of progression, are women, resi
dence hall, fraternity and gradind. . .a hew registration
policy will be used for the '82 meet. . . an individual or re
lay team not affiliated with a unit team should turn in reg
istration card at the Registration Table before the sched
uled event. . . unit teams must complete a green IM team
entry form and turn it in at the IM-Rec office by Fri,
March 26 . . . contact Assoc. IM-Rec Director Marty Pom
BIG FOUR SPORTS DAY. . this year's Big Four is set
for Wed. April 7 at Wake Forest ... '82 events consist of
men's golf (six playersX men's and women's cross country
(4.4 miles), men's and women's racquetball, men's and
women's volleyball, men's and women's table tennis,
men's and women's badminton, men's and women's soft
ball, men's and women's tennis, men's and women's bowl
ing and women's basketball . . . transportation will be pro
vided, bus leaving Woollen at 8 a.m. and returning at 5
p.m ... university excused absence. . .help UNC de
throne N.C. State in this traditional extramural activity
with Duke, State and Wake. . .contact Asst IM-Rec Di
rector Rob Frye. . .
HANDBALLRACQUETBALL, SQUASH RESERVA
TION CHANGE . . . cancellations for handballracquetball
and squash courts will be taken in the IM-Rec office in
stead of the basketrooms . . . courts with reservation)
cancelled will not be reserved again but will remain open
for first come basis for that hour . , . contact IM-Rec office
for further clarification. .
DONT LOSE A CHANCE TO LOSE. . . IM-Rec's fitness,
class and club still meets Mon, Wed. and Thurs, 5:30-7
p.m. 112 Fetzer and is free to UNC faculty-staff members
WITH FACILITY PRIVILECE CARDS obtained from By
num Hall and students. . . contact classdub coordinators
K. Franklin and Terese Feriand.
OFFICIALS ASSOCIATION . . . EXPERIENCED softball
officials still accepted for 1M regular season softball. . .
contact Asst IM-Rec Director J ants Matson. '. .
EASTERN SEABOARD RACQUETBALL INVITA
TIONAL. . UNC Racquetball Club is sponsoring a re
gional collegiate tournament Fri.-Sun. April 16-18, in Fet
zer. . .schools competing include Maryland, N.C. State.
Duke, Virginia, Clemson, South Carolina, Georgia Tech,
ECU. Wilmington, Towson State, West Virginia, Madison
and UNC. . .limited seating available. .
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)
There's tlsrcr In; Your
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Come In & Price Our Shirts
for Othsr Tcsm Sports
100 Cotton Russell Jersey
with contrasting trim on neck and sleeves
1 2-24 shirts $7.00 ea.
6-s12 shirts . . $8.00 ea.
v (Includes 3 4-Inch Greek letters
' or up to 12 2-inch letters)
For both Items Matured: Please .allow one week for delivery. AdcStional charge for
names (10 per letter), numbers (35 per 6" no, 75 per 10" no.)
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Spotlight; March 25, 1982