6 The Daily Tar Heel Wednesday. August 31. 1977
Carolina home football games remain on schedule despite water shortage
By WILL WILSON
UNC athletic officials, pressured last year to move or cancel home football games
because of a water shortage, report no such pressure this year even though the water
shortage is more acute.
"We've talked about it briefly," Assistant Athletic Director John Swofford said
Tuesday. "The figures from last year were checked, and the water use actually
declined on game days."
The statistics back Swofford's claim. For the three Saturdays home games were
held during the worst part of the shortage, daily water consumption through the
local system averaged 3.77 million gallons. On the four Saturdays during the same
period that no home game was held, consumption averaged 3.8 million gallons.
"There's just not that much use for water at Kenan Stadium." Swofford said.
"especially as long as the water restrictions are in effect."
Games Operation Manager Mike Roberts met with Swofford Tuesday. I hey
decided to implement the same conservation policies at the stadium that were used
These include bringing in ice for concession stand use from Durham or
Greensboro and periodic, rather than continual, flushing of urinals. Signs will again
be put up urging spectators to conserve while in Chapel Hill.
Water fountains were left on last year, but Roberts said they may be cut off this
year. No decision has yet been made.
Superintendent of Athletic Facilities Devon Brouse said Monday that no city
water had been used on either the Kenan Stadium field or the practice area on Navy
Field since a city ordinance prohibiting such use was put into effect in July. Last
year, the University paid a fine for illegaiiy watering Navy Field in the early morning
"The (Kenan) field hasn't been watered at all," Brouse said. "We've just been
using rainwater." , f .
He said that the field was holding up very well and should be in good shape tor tne
opening home game Sept. 1 7.
"We had a lot of winter kill and had to pull a lot of heavy maintenance early,"
Brouse said. "The field was just in .terrible shape.
The combination of that early work and adequate rainfall the last two weeks nas
kept the field playable, Brouse said.
Apparently, there is no danger of Carolina home football games being
substantially affected by the water shortage unless it reaches a much more serious
"Economy is a factor." Swofford said. "The money these games bring in to the
local businesses is important to the community."
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New IM head
feels at home
By RICK SCOPPE
H is office is already organized, except
for a desk cluttered with papers. One
wall contains a book case filed mostly
with physical education texts from his
years of teaching and degree work.
"There was an opening and 1
applied" said Ed Shields, UNCs new
intramural director who replaced Ben
McGuire this summer. "Since taking
over 1 have been very busy trying to get
everything ready for the fall."
Shields, an easy going and talkative
man, graduated from UNC in 1967 with
a Physical Education degree. After a
year of teaching in North Carolina's
public schools he returned to UNC to
get his Masters of Arts and Teaching.
Shields then left Carolina for Mars Hill
College where he became intramural
director for a five-year period, returning
toUNCinl974to take over as assistant
'intramural director and to complete his
Ph.D. work. Shields received his Ph.D.
Sitting in his office, with each wall
adorned with pictures, one gets the
feeling that Shields is at home with
himself, an accomplished man.
He alludes to some of the
"intangibles" that helped him in his
decision to return to Chapel Hill and
then he talks of the tangibles: the locale,
for one. UNC is close to his home in
High Falls, a small town in Moore
"I enjoy working with students," said
1?t. Shields when asked why he liked
intramurals. "I feel very fortunate to be
a part of the intramural program here at
"In taking over the program here at
UNC you aren't starting from scratch,
but rather with an established
Shields does take over an established
program; all of the intramural posters,
handbooks and calendars were in the
printer's hands before he took over.
"They just had time to get my picture
into the book (P.E. and intramural
handbook)," Shields said, only half in
"The program, at leas't for the fall, will
have to remain much the way Ben
(McGuire) set it up. Hopefully in the
spring we may be able to expand
somewhat and improve the quality of
some of the sports."
"One thing which will help out the
intramural program," Shields
continued, "will be the new gym. Once
that gets built it cannot be anything bur
an asset to our program."
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