8The Daily Tar HeeirThursday, August 27, 1931
oom! Esercisiiaff and kealtk clubs are in
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Eddie Matthews (lifting) and Alex Sykes work out at Nautilus Club
... UNC juniors at one of the area's many health clubs
Volume 2, Issue 1
IM-Rec program gets into full
UNC STUDENT STORES is again
this year sponsoring the IM BULLETIN
BOARD in the Daily Tar Heel. This ser
vice by the Student Stores is provided at
no cost to the IM-Rec program and
significantly enhances the program's
publicity efforts and effectiveness.
I With deadline dates for twb major
activities and several other ones today
and tomorrow, these activities should be
emphasized. Entries are due TODAY for
the annual grail mural softball tourna
ment. Team captains that did not attend
one of the two organizational meetings
earlier this week, should see Sport
Director (Asst. IM-Rec Director) Janis
Matson IMMEDIATELY. Entries are
due tomorrow for tag football, co-rec
tag football, team tennis, racquetball.
faculty-staff tennis doubles, faculty-staff
racquetball singles and faculty-staff golf.
Super Team: Lois
Last spring's final IM Bulletin Board was printec
before the season finale "Super Team Competition" ,
Fraternity point champ Delta Upsilon defeated
Teague A in the tug-of-war to win the Super Team
title. Teague A had defeated regular season
residence hall point champ Granville DW to win
the Super Team dorm title while DU won both the
regular season frat point title and Super Team.
Super Team matched the top four fraternities,,
based on the point system standings; In a free-for-all
competition in five sports and the same for the
residence halls. " "' U.
Granville DW's point championship marked the
third straight year a different residence hall unit
has won, clearly diluting Teague Dormitory's hold
Fall 1981 operation hours for Woollen Gym and
Fetzer Gym... -,
Friday 7:30 am-9 pm
Saturday (except football home games) 10am-6pm
Sunday 1 pm-9pm
gyms are open at 6 am without basketroom
Home football game Saturdays (Sept. 12, J?', 26,
Oct. 10, 24, Nov. 7) v 9 am-1 pm '
Monday, Sept. 28, 1981...REGULAR fall sched
ule begin for Gray Indoor Pool...
Monday-Thursday. 5:30-9:45 pm
Friday . , 5:30-8:45 pm
'Saturday (except hdme football games) 1-5:45 pm
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: GRAIL MURAL SOFTBALL Reg
ular IM softball rules will apply in this
single-elimination UNC tradition with
separate men's and women's divisions...
FACULTY-STAFF...in its second year
of existence, the faculty-staff program
begins with competition in tennis
doubles, racquetball singles and,
golf... liaisons between university
3eprtmems'and the IM-Rec office are"
needed. ..DEADLINES for these
faculty-staff sports are tomorrow with
play beginning in tennis and racquetball
Sept. 8 and golf Sept. 25...
RACQUETBALL.. league play fol
lowed by a single-elimination playoff. i."
during the regular season, a challenge
type format will be used.. .each player
must play a minimum of four matches
and win at least two matches to be eligi
ble for the playoffs... singles and mixed
(co-rec) doubles divisions...
Lane dates a DU
on the chantpioiithip. I he Iraternity trophy wciik
to Delta Upsilon for the second straight year and
the third time in the last four years.
Granville DW, which is eight and ninth floors in
Granville West, was led by Mike Whisenhunt, Kim
Lamm, David Johnson, Mike Hall, Bucky
Ransdell, Russell White, Chris McKinnney, David
Ratcliffe, Mark Fisher, and IM managers Jim
Meadows and Grey Fowler. It made it far into the
playoffs in football, volleyball, basketball and
softball, finished second in track and golf and had
several good individual performances in swimm-;
ing. ; '.- ".. .
This year's managers David Ratcliffe and Mark; ;
Fisher said a good nucleus was returning and they "
expected a good showing.
Kessing Outdoor Pool closes for the season Sun
day, Sept. 27. 1981...
Fall 1981 operation hour for Bowman Gray In
door Pool and Kerning Outdoor Pool...
Aug. 27-Sepf . 27
football home games)
both pools CLOSED on Saturdays of home root
Ccrno In & Price Our Shirts
for Other Team Sports
By STEPHANIE GRAHAM
D i li Slarr Wrilef
There Is a boom in the health and exer
cise business these days.
It is 8:30 on a Wednesday morning.
While most students are still asleep in bed
or half-awake in class, 10 women are
bending and grimacing and stretching at
the Shackelford Exercise Studio.
And, they say, enjoying it.
It is 9 a.m. the Spa Health Club in
Eastgate Shopping Center is just opening,
but already the facility is filled with a va
riety of men and women of all ages who
are swimming, exercising and working
with weight machines.
And enjoying it.
At 10 a.m., the Nautilus Fitness Center
" in Durham is open for business, and seve
ral customers are working out on the
' Nautilus machines or pumping iron in a
more traditional style in a downstairs
And enjoying it. '
All of these health club customers share
a common goal of attaining and main-
: taining physical fitness. Though the clubs
differ drastically in their methods, each
has loyal clients willing to pay for better
The Shackelford Studio is one of the
newest exercise programs in Chapel Hill.
Founded in May 1980 by UNC graduate
Elizabeth Shackelford, the studio in
Kroger Plaza has now expanded to in
clude a new shop in Raleigh with openings
planned soon for Charlotte and Washing
ton, D.C. The system, devised by Shackel
ford, has proven so popular that it has
been featured in Self and Ink magazines
and will appear in Mademoiselle soon.
The program, which involves a 60-min-
ute class in various contracting and stretch
ing exercises set to music, is described as a
combination of isotonics and isokinetics.
"We use a small range of movements at
a constant rate of motion to produce max
Thursday, August 27, 1981
swing with early
same rules as regular Carolina Tag with
some modifications.. .same regular sea
son and playoff format. ..at least four
women must play... same requirement
to attend regular organizational meetings
for tag football, last of which is
TONIGHT, 304 Woollen...DEADLINE
v : TEAMTENNlSround robin league
followed b:T single-elimination playoff
involving teams of four players... each
round consists of two singles matches
and one doubles match... matches are
best two out of three sets to six games...
men's and women's divisions.. .DEAD
LINE Sept. 10...
IM OFFICIALS PROGRAM... stu
dent referees are needed IMMEDIATELY :
for grail mural softball and tag football...
persons interested in officiating softball,
contact Asst. IM-Rec Director Janis
Matson...football refs should attend
next week's meetings Tues-Thurs.,
Sept. 1-3 in 304 Woollen.. .Tues. and
Wed. meetings 7-9 pm and Thursday's
meeting is 5-6 pm on Carmichael IM
Field 1... officials are paid minimum
wage, hours are flexible and outstanding
performance is rewarded with entry into
the UNC Officials Association...
Thurs, Aug. 27 DEADLINE TODAY for en
tering grail mural so ft ball... last of the three
organizational meetings for team captains entering
Carolina tag foot ball... each team entered must be
represented at one of these three meetings... meeting
held 7 p.m. in 304 Woollen Gym...
Friday, Aug. 28 DEADLINE for entering rac
quetball, team tennis, tag football, co-rec tag
football, faculty-staff tennis (doubles), faculty
staff racquetball (singles), and faculty-staff golf.
Mon, Aug. 31-play begins in grail mural softball
Tues., Sept. 1 first of three tag football referee
(officials) clinics, 7-9 p.m., 304 Woollen Gym...
Wed., Sept. 2 DEADLINE for entering Life
time Leisure Activities Program racquetball clinic
to be held Wed., Sept. 2, 6-9 p.m. 304 Woollen...
second of three tagfootball officials clinics. 7-9
p.m., 304 Woollen...
Thurs., Sept. 3 last of three tag football of
ficials clinics, 5-6 p.m., 304 Woollen...
Friday, Sept. 4 DEADLINE for entering IM
golf tournament and "Napoleon" baskr'ball
urnament... f ? .
Tues., Sept. 8 play be jihin tag football, co
rec tag football, team jeniH, racquetball, faculty
staff racquetball (Singles wid faculty-staff tennis
Wed., Sept. 9 DEADLINE for entering
Lifetime Leisure' Fly and Bait Casting clinic (date
and location of clinic to be announced). ..Lifetime
Leisure racquetball clinic, 6-9 p.m. 304 Woollen...
Thurs., Sept. 10 DEADLINE for entering Ul
timate Frisbee tournament and IM archery com
imum contraction of an isolated muscle
area," Shackelford said. "Contractions
are immediately counteracted with a
stretching and oxiginization of the same
The studio prides itself on working
every muscle, but feels that stretching is
perhaps the most essential component in
the program. It is the stretching that pre
vents injury and soreness.
"We concentrate on - protecting the
muscle," Shackelford said.
The studio encourages both the out of
shape and the well-conditioned to come
to classes. The exercises are designed to
challenge even the fittest person.
"If you can't keep up which no one
can at first you are still getting as much
benefit as someone else who is in the con
dition to do more," Shackelford said.
Shackelford said that the program,
used consistently, results in a loss of
inches, a decrease in tension and an in
crease in energy and cardiovascular endu
rance. Something must work, because 98 per
cent of the first time customers come
back again. The clientele, which is both
male and female, includes many athletes
and is made up mostly of UNC students.
' "People come back because we are a
no-frills, no-nonsense operation that be
lieves in hard work," Shackelford said.
"We are in the business of health."
The studio offers a complementary ses
sion with no obligation to return. For $25
a month, students can take unlimited
classes that, beginning Tuesday, will run
from 7:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. each day.
' The Nautilus Fitness Center, two miles
from Eastgate Shopping Center on the
15-501 bypass in Durham, offers an all
around fitness program for a variety of
interests. Though most of its customers
are there for toning and conditioning, the
center also has facilities for powerlifters,
body builders and persons in rehabilita-
tion programs. . , ( '
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
CAROLINA TAG FOOTBALL...
team captains must attend organiza
tional meetings to enter 'the last of
which is TONIGHT, 7 p.m., 304
Woollen... instant scheduling is used in
this league-play format, followed by di
visional single-elimination playoff... to
be eligible for playoffs a team must play
a minimum of four games and win at
least two.. .DEADLINE tomorrow to
enter.Afr,a,4teain captain.4id.not attend,
' any of the three organizational meet
ings, see Sports Director (Asst. IM-Rec
Director) Rob Frye IMMEDIATELY...
men's and women's divisions...
LIFETIME LEISURE ACTIVITIES
PROGRAM. ..22-sport program con
sisting of instructional and introductory
clinics.. .each clinic will be geared toward
- the first or second-time participant and
will provide an opportunity to learn or
experience various activities which might
be continued throughout one's lifetime...
program open to students, faculty and
staff members AND their families... first
clinic deadline is racquetball, Sept. 2...
other sports offered this fall are golf, fly
and bait casting, jogging, archery,
squash, canoeing, badminton, weight
training, social dance and cross country
Friday, Sept. U-play begins in IM golf tourna
ment... ' . . . , .-
New racquetball policy...call 962-1153 orwalk
in 203 Woollen (IM-Rec office) after 7:30 p.m. to
reserve courts for the following day... Fetzer rac
quetball courts will be open later this semester...
ALL IM managers for residence hall, greek
organizations, graduate departments and any
other campus groups should check in with the IM
Rec office once a week...
Grail Mural team captains that did not attend
one of the two organizational meetings should see
Asst. IM-Rec Director Janis Matson IM
MEDIATELY because entries are due today by 5
p.m. ... "
Grail mural softball captains should check by
IM-Rec office (203 Woollen) by noon-Friday,
Aug. 28 for grail tournament schedule...
Resurfacing of Cobb-Joyner tennis courts is still
underway.. .persons interested irr free-play tennis
should check the Taylor Courts on Country Club
Road, Boshamer Courts adjacent to the Boshamer
(baseball) Stadium, Craige Courts and the Hinton
James Varsity Courts... "
More added free-play space!... .beginning Mon.,
Aug. 31. Fetzer gym "A", room 1 10 Fetzer, will be
open for free-play at 6:30 p.m.. Mon.-Fri. with
two full-court basketball courts.. .gym "B", room
121 Fetzer, will be open at 3:30p.m. Mon.-Fri., for
free-play with three badminton courts and one
basketball court'.. .gym C room 1 12 Fetzer, will
NOT be open for free plav...
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"We have excellent equipment and in
struction," said Qark Slarnes, assistant
manager. "If you follow the program
with consistency and determination, you
will get results."
The program is centered around the use
of Nautilus machines, which work on the
contraction of individual muscles. The
machines were designed by physiologists
and can strengthen, tone or rehabilitate.
"There is a machine designed for each
muscle," Starnes said. '."Each one is made
to increase muscle skeletal strength."
The Nautilus machines are used in
most professional and collegiate weight
programs and are noted for their safety.
"Other weight programs, particularly
lifting, carry some risk of injury,"
Starnes said. "I've never seen anybody
hurt on a Nautilus."
The Center offers other facilities in
what Starnes calls a "total program of
fitness." The program incorporates the
use of aerobics with the use of a motori
zed electronic treadmill.
"Skeletal strength is only one compo
nent of fitness," Starnes said. "The car
diovascular exercise involved in aerobics
is probably the most important. You need
to exercise the heart three days a week."
Nautilus also has the more traditional
weight room for body builders and
powerlifters. Several Nautilus lifters have
placed in area competition and at least
four will be participating in the coming
Starnes rejects the image of the center
as a weightlifting haven, however, and
said that 35 percent of its present custo
mers were women interested in losing
weight and toning up not building up
muscles. ' . '
"Women are realizing that ther6 is no
way they can build up bulky muscles un
less they take steroids," Starnes said. .
"Our program gives them a tight, pleasing
Though the clientele is diverse, the cen
Golf tickets go
Tickets for the 1981 Carolina Executive
Cup Golf Tournament, featuring Jack
Nicklaus, go on sale Monday at Finley
The tournament will be played at Finley
Sept. 1 1 . Nicklaus, winner of more major
championships than anyone in history,,
will also conduct an exhibition at 4 p.m.
that day. Tickets for the entire day of golf
are $15 for the general public, $3 for Uni
versity of North Carolina students.
Proceeds go to the budgets of the golf
teams at UNC.
Tickets are now on sale at Carmichael
Auditorium for the Pro-Alumni basket-
dents, faculty andstaffr v "
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ter caters mostly to Duke and UNC stu
dents who come to use the machines,
sauna, hot tub and sun room. Nautilus
offers a free first workout, and after three
or four appointments with instruction,
customers are free to unlimited use of the
equipment. Rates start at $110 for three
months or $150 for six months.
The Spa Health Club is designed to es
tablish a scientific health program based
on individual needs. Trained counselors
help customers through a diet plan and
"If you exercise one to three times a
week you feel better and live longer,"
said Don Sprouse, manager of the East
Customers are weighed and measured
every 30 days and are closely checked for
improved pulse rates and body-fat per
centage. Aerobics classes are offered daily at the
spa and are part of a program that in
cludes facilities for muscle contraction,
swimming and exercise. The club has a
sauna, an inhalation room and a steam
room to decrease tension.
"We try to concentrate on gradually
breaking a person in to the exercising
techniques," Sprouse said. "We don't
just throw anyone into any program."
The clientele here is composed mostly
of permanent Chapel Hill residents, al
though some students are members. The
supervisors of the Rice Diet in Durham
send many patients to the club for condi
tioning. One of the major benefits of the spa is
that the club is affiliated with 2,000 other
health clubs around the world that offer
similar programs. .
The spa is open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Monday through Friday and from 9 a.m.
to 6 p.m. on Saturdays.
The Gloria Marshall Figure Salon,
which would not grant an interview, is
another alternative for exercising in
Proceeds go to the Student Activities
Center fund. !
Former Tar Heel stars Lennie Rosen
bluth, Bobby Jones and Phil Ford are
among those who will play. Former Tar
Heels Doug Moe, coach of the Denver
Nuggets, and Billy Cunningham coach
of the Philadelphia 76ers, will be the
Rainbow Soccer's fall season opens
with registration from 10 a.m. to noon
Saturday at the Rainbow Stadium, off
Cleland Road in Glen Lennox.
Rainbow is in its 20th season and is
open to people of any age, sex or skill
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