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The daily Tar Heel. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 1946-current, November 18, 1982, Page 4, Image 4

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4The Daily Tar HeelThursday. November 18. 1982 QMEU) Cancer Society's 'Smoke-Out' held today ,lnlii th dvertfitd Itwnt la roulrd to ba raadltv for ! the atfverd price In each A4P Store, cept tpclflclty notd at oT o PRIPFR FFCFPTIVP TMRI1 RAT UOU 44 AT A n im "h r.-. .. . . ... . " "r i in wnMrcL. niu. and uakhdUKU ITEMS OFFERED FOR SALE NOT AVAILABLE TO OTHER RETAIL DEALERS OR WHOLESALERS 750 AIRPORT RD. CHAPEL HILL 1722 CHAPEL HILL-DURHAM BLVD. CHAPEL HILL 607 W. MAIN ST. CARRBORO U.S.D.A. INSPECTED r 22 1 (5 Self -Basting 18 lbs. and up U.S.D.A. INSPECTED Young Turkeys ,b.69 n n t ' 1 ' " J i ii n (LIMIT ONE WITH ADDITIONAL 7.50 ORDER) U.S.DA. INSPECTED FRESH Box-O-Chicken ib. 45$ A&P QUALITY HEAVY WESTERNA GRAIN FED BEEF FULL-CUT Round Steak Bone In 198 lb. 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If so, you might consider taking part in the American Cancer Society's sixth annual Great American Smokeoqt today. "We want to prove to smokers that they can get by without smoking for at least 24 hours," said Lee Jobe, vice president of Circle K, a service organization assisting the society on the UNC campus. "If smokers could make it for 24 hours without smok ing, they would realize smoking is not a necessity," he said Tuesday. Circle K plans a number of activities today, most of which will be in the Pit. There will be a large ashtray in the Pit for smokers to throw cigarettes into. In return, they will be given suckers, which are "sweeter smelling," Jobe said. Smokers attempting to kick the habit will also be given an authentic "Larry Hagman Special Stop Smokin Wrist Snappin' Red Rubber Band." The rubber band has a pic ture of Hagman, who is national chairman of the smokeout for 1982. The trick is to wear the rubber band around your wrist and give it a snap each time you feel like smoking, said Mary Ann Lucyk, local chairman of the smokeout in a telephone interview Wednesday. The smokeout will also make use of a frog to get the message across to smokers. The "frog" will be on campus and Franklin Street, distributing buttons ihaI v me. I don't smoke." d A recent Gallup Poll revealed that more than if, American smokers participated in last year's im ,n'"ll,n smokeout. Almost 5 million stayed away fro,, '"nldc for the full 24 hours. UjM,,'"t l rf iUo riior.l I Jill U 1. r . Panrpr Sneietv. assisted bv Circle k' ami l-., I- 1 j , rvujipa i ns, predominantly female pharmacy schooi fratwnit largely to distribute information to smokers, JoK''- said 11113 iliuuiu uavw fcivui vuiil Ull COnV smokers to stop, he added. Vlnci some Posters and T-shirts will also be distributed at ih and at the North Carolina National Bank Piaa Kappa Epsilon will be running a booth. ' e Spikers look to 3rd tourney title in ACC v By LINDA NIXON Staff Writer The women's volleyball team is going to try for three in a row this weekend as it heads into the ACC Tournament with two consecutive championships under its belt and a No. 1 ranking in the conference with 6-0 record. Even though the team is undefeated 23-1 J overall Coach Beth Miller is somewhat cautious about this weekend. Present This Coupon When Ordering cci nraan (9X3XG3 Cttn. iTlfrrrrr. I II fl I U I- 1 k. l. 1 IkTI' ;rti.r. "Just the fact we beat them in regular season means nothing now," she said. "Everybody is going to be psyched up. Everybody wants to dethrone us." North Carolina has a first round bye on Thursday and will meet the winner of the Clemson-Maryland game today. Also in the first round, N.C. State (2) plays Virginia (7), and Duke (3) meets Wake Forest (4). UNC could easily meet State in the final game.. Nothing new. Both have been in the finals the last two years, with UNC the winner both times. This year the tournament will be dif ferent from the previous years, in which the teams competed in pool play and single-elimination play. This year's toiim ment will be single-elimination play 0i teams have just one chance. "All the teams are going to be lough," aUU 111 l LCI MnUV N(-hin., . ti.. . just got to work for it, and put evervthi' together mentally and physically. i"lhinf we're going to win it." If the Tar Heels win, they will nunc into the NCAA playoffs and compete in a WM of 28 teams. m "The key is to play consistently," Mjiu said. "We've got to eliminate our erroR The fact that we are a strong serving team will definitely help our attack," she said From a place you never heard of a story youll never forget Friday, Nov. 19 7, 9:30 and 12 Union Film Auditorium Admission $1.00 A Union Film Committee Presentation advertisment WTEMMUFSAl BULLETIN sponsored each week during the fall and spring semesters by the UNC Student Stores Thursday, November 18, 1982 Ron Riccl, IM Publicity, 962-1153 Volume 3, Number 9 Chapel Hill, North Carolina Floor Hockey, Weekend Doubles Racquetball Tourney finish up More than 100 grapplers battle for IM Rec wrestling championships In one of the fall semester's classic IM activities, more than 100 wrestlers grappled for the nine weight class championships of the IM Rec Wrestling Tournament. "It was exciting to see all the crowds rooting for particular wres tler's," said Marty Pomerantz, associate direc tor of the Intramural Program. "Plus a lot of high-caliberstudents were out there wrestling." In the 126-pound division, Douglas Demp ster, wrestling as an independent, took the championship from Teague's H.F. Watts, Jr. The 134-pound weight class pitted Everett's Ricky Lane against Rodney Bean. When the smoke cleared from the mats, Lane emerged as the champion with a close 3-0 decision. In the crowded 142-pound division, Old East's Mark Buford used a second period takedown to defeat Mike Vecchialla from Manly, 6-3. Ken Price from Old East nailed down the 150-pound division when he pinned Daryl Emig in the second period. The 158-pound division featured Ran Randolph of Delta Kappa Epsilon against Don Hankins. Hankins prevailed with a 5-3 decision. In the tough 167-pound weight class, Wayne Haga of Pi Kappa Phi took the championship over Moses Watson of Teague in "a close 4-3 decision. Another Pi Kappa Phi brother, Mike Stout, picked up the 177-pound division champion ship over Sigma Phi Epsilon's Doug Ruley. The 190-pound class featured two independents, Jack Koford and Don Ratcliffe, battling for the crown MBA student Koford took the champ ionship with a 8-4 decision. In the final weight class the unlimited division Arnold Watson took on Ricky Goodson of Pi Kappa Phi. The 205-pound Goodson prevailed over Watson, 6-2. The Tin Can was taken over last week by the Main Coursers and the Rogah Rangers in the finals of the IM Floor Hockey League. The Main Coursers jumped out to a 3-0 lead in the second period, after both teams went scoreless in the first period. The Rangers picked up two goals in the final period, but it was not enough. The Coursers scored a couple goals of Iheirown en route to a 5-3 victory and the floor hockey championship. The winning Coursers included: Captain Byron Brendle, Neill Bliss, Doug McKinney, Ken Hall, Bert Dickerson, Cabell Finch and Rick Paderick. s Twelve different teams got together two weeks ago for the Weekend Doubles Racquet ball Tourney in Fetzer Gym. When the last ball caromed off the walls of courts 14 and 15, winners emerged in a Men's A and B divisions, and Mixed Doubles. Glen Shefter and Keith Sellers prevailed as the Men's A champs, Bob Machlus and Scott Francis took the Men's B crown, and Eric Plott ' and Ellen Goldberg combined to capture the Mixed Doubles championship. By the way, if you get the chance stop by Woollen this week to see the Grail Mural Bask etball Tourney. The competition will be stiff as some of this campus' best players get together. I M port ant Dates Thursday, Nov. 18 Exactly one week before the official" holiday, the Intramural Program will sponsor a Thanksgiving Day party of its own the Turkey Trot. Don't miss Associate IM Director Marty Pomer antz dressed up as a pilgrim TODAY at 4:00 f p.m. on the front steps of Carmichael. If you ; don't think that you can win this 2-mile race, s dress up in a costume that best represents, the Thanksgiving theme and win an IM T-shirt. Friday, Nov. 19 Look for the Beat Dook Parade. Saturday, Nov. 20 Football Tar Heels travel cross town to Durham to take on Duke. Cakewalk is a good word to describe this game. Monday, Nov. 22 Volleyball playoffs start. Pairings will be posted outside the IM office in 203 Woollen. See Janis Matson if you have any questions. Tuesday, Nov. 23 Entries close for the Sports Trivia Bowl at 5:00 p.m. Contact Rob Frye for more info. Only the first 16 teams that enter will be eligible to play, so get those team entries in soon. A short quiz: Who was known as Carolina's "Secretary of Defense"? Think about it, see you at the start of the matches. Wednesday, Nov. 24 Beiieve it or not, Thanksgiving Break arrives at 1:00 p.m. Get home to the good food ASAP, but drive care fullyespecially if you're traveling north to cities like Syracuse, where it might be snow ing. Thursday, Nov. 25 Bowling Green arrives in Kenan for a Thanksgiving Party. Bring your turkey sandwiches, mashed potatoes, elc. to the game. Another trivia question: what nickname do these football players . from Bowling Green go by? Monday," Nov. 29 Classes resume, while the Sports Trivia Bowl holds a practice ses sion at 7:00 P-T- In 109 Fetzer. Contact Rob Frye for all the details. Tuesday, Nov. 30 Basketball Tar Heels start their quest for a second National Championship in their home opener against Tulane in Carmichael. ANNOUNCEMENTS The hours for the WoollenFetzer Gym Complex will be changed during Thanksgiv ing Break. On Wednesday, Nov. 24, the facilities will close at 4:00 p.m. On Thursday and Friday, all facilities will be closed. On Saturday and Sunday, Woollen Gym and the racquetball courts in Fetzer will be open from 2:00-6:00 p.m Regular hours will resume on Monday, Nov. 29. Trivia answers: Dudley Bradley was known as Carolina's "Secretary of Defense," and Bowling Green is known as the "Eagles." Volleyball Rankings Residence Halls BWSpikin' Fools 6-0 Manly Mystery Men ,4-0 ' Lewis Dirt Chickens 7-1 Morrison Magnum Force 4-2 Fraternity DU Webeseenya 8-0 Pika Thanks for Shoppin , 5-1 DU Blue II 5-2 Pi Kap Blue t GradFacutty Independent Out-To-Luriclj-Bunch 20-1 Samoa Blue" - 7-1 Chemwipes 4-0 MASH . S-1 Women's Competitive Dwarfs . . 5-1 Morrison Mashers 4-1 Volleyglrls 5-t Men's Recreational Battle House Brutes DU Baltbusters Thundertolrds DU Potbellies . Women's Recreational Gold-diggers Morrison Crazy Eighth Super Seven Co-Rec Competitive Mixed MASH Butchers Primed for Power Co-Rec Recreational Lightning Bolts Mustard Seeds Out-To-Lunch Bunch 4-0 6-1 4-2 6-2 M 4-0 3-0 4-0 3-0 6-1 50 4-0 6-1 Show Your Team Spirit! With Carolina Clothing at Affordable Prices Featured this week: Trimmed T-Shirt ........ . . $5.95 White with Carolina Blue collar and sleeve trim. 50 cotton-50 polyester. Adult sizes S, M, L, XL. (Available in Juvenile sizes 6-8, 10-12, 14-16 at $5.50) Twill Athletic Shorts $4.25 White with Carolina Blue trim. 50 cotton-50 polyester. Adult sizes XS, S, M, L, XL (Available in Juvenile sizes S, M, L at $4.25) s v. -N Xx xxxHXx-V - V x x s. x. x There's More In Your - Xs .X'x ?x::r v jri sn s XN, 2 THIGHS 2 LEGS ' 8 PIECE 2 BREAST 2 WINGS Chicken Bucket 369 FRESHLY BAKED Pound Cake S1TQIldl(EW TT0Se 9.90 each ii '

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