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The daily Tar Heel. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 1946-current, July 07, 1983, Page 13, Image 13

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Sports .; -Vi I Ms offer fun , com petition for second session By ANDY HODGES Tar Heel Sports Editor The UNC intramural office is offering a wide range of activities this session for those who want to compete, stay fit or just have fun. Today is the last day to sign up for the first four sports softball, volleyball, tennis and racquetball. Softball and volleyball will be played by men and women together and will have no residen tial requirements for team members. All teams that do not forfeit during the regular season wUl advance to a single-elimination playoff. Tennis and racquetball competition will be offered in men's and women's singles, doubles and mixed doubles. All participants who play the required number of opponents, regardless of winloss record, will advance to a single elimination tournament. Games for all four activities must be self scheduled and play begins on Monday, July 11. - The entry deadline for golf and basketball is July 13, with play beginning on July 15. The smgle-elimination match play golf tqurnament will be arranged in flights, depending on the number of entrants and relative scores. Players may schedule matches for mutually convenient times, but all play must be at Fin ley Golf Course. The format for basketball will be a single-, elimination, half-court, 3-on-3 tournament to be played on the outdoor court behind Cobb Dorm. ' . The next activity will be ultimate frisbee, a one-day smgle-elimination tournament sched uled for Sunday, July 17. According to a bul letin from the IM-Rec Office, teams for this event will consist of seven players, "no more than one of which may be of the canine varie ty," and "team captains are responsible for cleaning up after all teammates, if you know what we mean. Summer Intramural Director Marty Pom erantz said ultimate frisbee is like a combina tion of football and soccer. The object of the ':,' - Z ' . if - ' 1 M,mn -i .' KIMTEK J EXCLUSIVE STATE ENGAGEMENT "Franco Zsffirelii's la Traviata,' probably the best film of an opera, reaches an emo tional intensity beyond even that found in an opera house." Washington Post "BRAVO, MAGNBICO, LA TRAVIATA." Rita Kenptoy, Washington Pest TERESA STRATAS & PLA&DO DOMINGO IN A FRANCO ZEFFIRELLI FILM La Traviata Metropolitan Opera Orch. t Chorus cond. by James Levins 3:30 5:30 7:30 2:35 MUST END THURSDAY 7k iniiiirn -ii r a rrr GREGORY'SGIRL" STARTS FRI. 715 . Tuesday f ' I 1 . .- ft X . .-: :-:-:v i r Wl .- I ,,,. ,,, , . .. , s at the Union G. Shaw Smith Magician Tuesday, July 19 7:30 pm Great Hall jn Evening with Constance Prince Tuesday, July 12 8:00 pm Great Hall Beer & Wine Permitted -I I I .1 II .1 L I I III I I I . I I I I I yii lyl !i VJ 4 Group Sax Featuring '. " . , Daryl Rice Tuesday, July 26 8:00 pm Great Hall game is to score points by advancing the disc across a goal line. The entry deadline is July 15. Ultimate croquet, the newest intramural sport, will be the last summer activity offered. The one-day tournament will be played Satur day, July 23 on Carmichael Field. The entry deadline is July 22. Pomerantz said Tuesday that the IM-Rec Office is looking for volleyball and softball of ficials: Officiating clinics will be held today at the intramural office in 203 Woollen Gym. The softball clinic begins at 5 p.m., ( the volleyball clinic at 7 p.m. ' Anyone wanting additional information can call the IM-Rec Office at 962-1153. Campus & area briefs Reserve center John Brownlee announced last week that he will transfer from UNC this year to play basketball for the University of Texas. The 6-10 junior will sit out the 1983-84 sea son in accordance with NCAA rules, but he will still have two years of eligibility remaining. Brownlee, who is a native of Fort Worth, Texas, played in 33 games for the Tar Heels last season, scoring 43 points and pulling down 37 rebounds. Ex-UNC star running back Kelvin Bryant, now of the United States Football League's Philadelphia Stars, finished his first profes sional season with 1,442 yards, making him the league's second-leading rusher behind Her schel Walker. Walker, of the New Jersey Generals, carried for 1,812 yards. Bryant's average of 4.5 yards per carry, however, was the league's best; Walker averaged 4.3 yards per carry. . Bryant ended the USFL's first regular sea son of play with 17 touchdowns, which also put him in second place behind Walker who had 18. An ankle injury kept Bryant from playing in the Stars' final regular season game Sunday, but he should be ready for the team's first playoff game against the Chicago Blitz on Saturday. Solution to today's puzzle from pcga 11 lSltlFITF 'HlOIRlAm'TTjHlAlWI U Jt iS SXAN.JJ 'J. 5.11 BOYS, IT W G OlA RUT SIN 1 T C Th? 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