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tflTRARflURAL BULLETIN, BOARD
sponsored each week during the fall and spring semesters by the UNO Student Stores
Thursday, April 1, 1982
Bert Woodard, IM Publicity, 962-1153
Volume 2, Number 25
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Chapel Hill has its fill of Number Ones
Law "Mudsharks" 55
LawDent "Long Hard Knights" 52
Randy Jones, captain
Adonis "Sporty" Jerrald
Omega Psi Phi "Omega Men" 63
Chi Phi "Fury" 54
Kraig Holt, captain
Done 1 1 Jones
Lewis "Sleehrats" 57
Teague B "Icemen" 41
Lee Kluttz, captain
Cobb "Enjoyed It" 36
P.E. Crads 28
Linda Nixon, captain
Mary E. Meggs
Morehead "No Names" 75
Law "Mudsharkettes" 73
Kay Carner, captain
Avery "Budwisers" 34
Avery "Kegkillers" 32
Michael Waters, captain
P.E. U'grads "Kenny's Machine" 49
Olde Campus "Windjammer" 30
Kenny Edwards, captain
Ehringhaus "Scrubbies" 22
Ehringhaus "Jolly Netters"
MBA "Anchorage 7 for 1"
PiKa "Thanks for Shoppin' "
Phi Delt "Blue"
Kappa Psi "Kilowatts"
Lewis "Lewisville Sluggers"
Teague B "Icemen"
"8 is Enough"
MEN'S REC iJ Yc
Old East "Anoconda Foil"
Granville South "Clydedales"
James "Gigolos" "
Avery "Bat girls"
."Lucky Ladies" v
represent UNC in Big Four
Wed., April 7, 8 a.m.-6 p.m.
Wake Forest University
golf, cross country, racquetball, volleyball,
table tennis, badminton, softball, tennis, bowling
' Thurs., April 1-1982 SWIM MEET TONIGHT. 6 p.m.
' Cray Pool . . ' .
Fri., April 2 DEADLINE for turning in all "Jumprope
for Heart" money and for entering "Ride and Tie" jog
? gingbicycle race : . team golf tournament 10 a m.-7
p.m. Fin ley Course . .
Sun., April 4 "Ride and Tie'' foggingbicycle race 1
p.m. Carmichael 1M fields..,
Mon-, April 5 play begins in IM all-campus individ
: ual and dual badminton.
Tues., April 6DEAOL1NE for entering annual Big
Four Intramural Sports Day to be held Wed.. April 7,
Wake Forest University, Winston.
Wed, April 7 ANNUAL BIG FOUR INTRAMURAL
. SPORTS DAY 10 a-.rn.-4 p m. Wake Forest U, Winston
. , . .bus leaves Woollen, 8 a.m., returns 6 p.m., . .
Fri.; April 9 DEADLINE for entering volleyball
I triples tournament and frisbee golf tournament . . maps
of frtsbee golf tournament course available, fM-Rec of
Icellllfiw Wed., April 14 play begins in volleyball triples tour
nament Woollen ,
; Thurs., April 15 pUy concludes in volleyball triples
; tournament. Woollen ,
Fri , April 16 frisbee golf tournament, 2 p.m., Carmi
- chael IM fields
Mon.. April 19 annual "ErtaU Boston Marathon" 12
; noon. Woollen Cym front steps , . , '
t ' - ANNOUNCEMENTS
1S32 SWIM MEET. , .annual meet is TONIGHT, 6
p m.. Bowman Cray Indoor Pool . . events, in order of
progression, are 200 free, 50 fly, 50 breast, 50 free, 100
back, 100 IM. 50 back, 100 free. 100 medley relay and
d tying. . .divisions, m order of progression, are
' women's, residence hall, fraternity and gradind. . .
, DEADLINE for unit team entries is past due, but individ
uals swimming independently can STILL register at the
Registration Table before the scheduled event ...
TEAM COLf TOURNAMENT .DEADLINE for entry
"has passed, for thts annual IM activity; . play begins
" tomorrow, 10 a m., Finley Course and runs through 7
p.m. v. DEADLINE for submitting green fees for each
team has passed as well. . . Stacy and Sigma Chi are de
fending champions in this 18-hole medal play touma
' ment, . .
? RIDE AND Til . . .another Marty Pomerantz-special
. . .two-person, one-bicycle race over 10-1S mile cUs
tance , -. race is set for 2 p.m , Sun.. April 1$, Carmichael
IM fields .DEADLINE for entry is tomorrow, 5p.ro .
tIG FOUR SrCTS DAY . .this year's Z' Four is set
; for Wednesday April 7, 10 a m,4 p m.. Wake Forest U..
! Winston , ' '-82 events ccsrtsist of mrn's gol (six players!
men's and women's crcis country (4.4 mHesi men's and
women's lem ricii;!-!, men's awf women's team
; volleyball men's a;d semen's teem tzhte tint Is, men's
; and women's Ui-rt tA'.'..im. men's and women's soft "
ba!iF 1 men's and women's team t&nnU, men's and ,
women's team L5h".:j and rorf$ LiJ.t'.!:4a. . .
; transportation vCI be provided, bus leavir Woollen 8
a m , returning fi p.m excuse for classes will be given
by the IM-Rec program.; help UNC dethrone State
i College in this traditional extramural activity with Duke
', State and Wake, . .contact Asst. tM-Rec Director Rob
Frye. - -
HANDSAlfnACQCnSAlt, SQUASH tlSISYA-
- HON CHANCE . . .cancellations for hartC-UA'racquet-fcall
and squash courts ilf be taken in the IM-Rec of rice
instead of in the basketrooms. ..courts with reserva
tions cancelled will not be reserved again but will re
main open for first come basis for that hour. , .contact
IM-Rec office for further clarification. . .
DON'T LOSE A CHANCE TO LOSE JMRec's fit
ness class and club still meets Monday, Wednesday and
Thursday 5:30-7 p.m. 112 Fetzer, and is free to UNC fac-ulty-staff
members WITH FACILITY PRIVILEGE CARDS
obtained from Bynum Hall and UNC students . . . class
club meets through Thurs. April 22. . . contact club co
ordinators K, Franklin and Terese Ferland. . .
. OFFICIALS ASSOCIATION EXPERIENCED soft
ball officials still being interviewed for IM regular
season softball. . .contact Asst. IM-Rec Director Jams
FRISBEE COLF TOURNAMENT ...18-hole medal
play tournament is slated for 2 p.m. FrL April 16,-Car-michael
IM fields. . .maps of the course will be Avail
able on the entry DEADLINE date, Fri., April 9, for prac
tice rounds ...
VOLLEYS ALL TRIPLES", one-ntght pool play fol
lowed by single-elimination playoff is set for Wednes
day April 14 followed by a Thurs., April 15 playoff. . .
DEADLINE for entry is Fri., April 9. , ,
EASTERN SEABOARD RACQUETBALL INVITA
TIONAL. . .UNC Racquetball Club is sponsoring a
regional collegiate tournament, Fri -Sun., April 16-18 k
Fetzer Gym,, .schools competing include Maryland,
N.C. State College. DuVe.' . Virginia, Clemson, USC,
Georgia Tech, ECU, Wilmington, Towson State, West
Virginia Madon and UNC, . .limited seating fs avail
able for UNC student and faculty-staff members , .
ERSATZ BOTSON MARATHON annual UNC fM
Rec event. . .a tribute to the Boston Marathon divided
by ten . . . 2.6-miie-385-yard course roirv5 UNC's
scenic and historic campus . entries will be taken right
up to race time, 12 noon, Mon., April 19 in front of
Woollen Cym ... all runners must run under an alias . .
WEEKLY "MASH" FUN RUNS. , IM-Rec' program is
sponsoring weekly Hash fun runs, every Wednesday,, 4
p.m in front of Woollen . .byob and snacks. . .
SUPER TEAMS INVITATIONAL second annual
Super Teams Competition gets underway Mon April 26,
by invitation only. ,". four days of competition tn soft
ball, volleyball, basketball, tennis and cross country be
tween the top four residence ha'l teams and four top
frats based on the over-atl IM point system, residence
ha'l winner and frat winner square off in a finale tug-of-war
to decide the 1S32 Super Teams Champion. .
F!CTL' DAY. . the fast day of spring U2 classes
'marks the Spring IM Tlzl jre Day. Thurs., Aprs! 29. 7 p.m.
Woollen Cym. . . all spc rg IM team, dual and individ
ual champbrss should report to the IM-Rec office for of
'pi :Vres contact Assoc. IM-Rec
Director h3tty For., rtriz. . .
CON'GSATULATiC'-. . .North Carolina's IM-Kec -Sports
Program join tV.e greater UNC community and .
- the people of the Vts'.s cf North Carolina in congratulat
ing Coach D?an Sm.'i and the 1;'31e2 UNC Varsity
Basketball Team for a jci welt done and for represent-
- ir3 us so well m Char?Qt':-?, Ralesgh and New Orleans. '. ..
STAfF CI3ANCH.. .Csane Wkfon a Kinior from
Chepel Hill, has been se'.-cted as one of IM Co-supervisors
of Officials, rrr-.!scirt Diama Svveey Bridges
who resigned in March , .WsLorg iO'.ns Junior B.'ly Sut
ton of Winston-Sa'er,T kt the dual pesftions through
April and will return in tv-e position for next academic"
year. , , '
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
I 0 ftp.
(includes 2-inch lettering up to 12 letters)
There's More In Your
Coma In & Price 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 $8.00 ea.
(Includes 3 4-inch Greek letters
or up to 12 2-inch letters)
'For both Kama featured: Please allow one week for delivery. Additional charge for
names (1 00 per letter), numbers (350 per 6" no., 750 per 1 0" no.)
Spotlight, April 1, 1982