The Daily Tar Heel from Chapel Hill, North Carolina on November 5, 1992 · Page 10
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1992 Wi$W?:'jri ''Wm FT i V ,,,, K .1 j IT 1M : . by Rodney Cline Rugby takes ECU, captuKS first state championship State champ. The UNC Rugby Club won bragging tights in the Old North State for the first time in the school's history by defeating East Carolina 15-10 two weeks ago. Ed Mennoma and N ick Eaton scored trys for the Tar Heels, and J ay Jones added a conversion and penalty kick. "We'll be going to the regional championship sometime later in November," said fullback Will Filk. "If we're lucky enough to win that, we might be headed to the national finals." Club Football Wins Again Winning is getting to be a habit for the UNC Club Football team. The latest victim was Barber-Scotia, who fell to the Tar Heels 18-12 at Navy Field Oct. 25. The halftime score was 6-6, with Carolina's touch down coming on an interception by James Pendergrass. UNC took a 12-6 lead in the third quarter when bteve smith capped a hve-play drive with a 17-yard touchdown run. 1 he key play in the drive came one play earlier when Mark Pederson caught a five-yard pass on third ( down to give the I ar Heels a first down. Barber-Scotia came right back to tie the game with a 60-yatd drive of its own, making it 12-12 after three quarters. : Carolina scored die winning touchdown with less than a minute to play when quar- terback Carl Szczesniak connected with Felton Page on a 25-yard touchdown pass. : The win upped the Tar Heels' record ro 5-1 overall before a remarch with Barber-Scotia in Con cord last Sunday. UNC travels to Durham to play Duke this Sunday and will conclude its tegular i season schedule with a Nov. 15 game at N.C state. Sultan of Sweat Update Meg Lanchantin is the campus-wide leader in the current Sultan of Sweat standings with a total of 1 7 points aftet three events. Michael Hogan is the men's leader with 14 points, while Mike Miller is in second place with 12. The Sultan of Sweat series awards points for participation and top finishes in IM-REC Sports running-related events. The next activity it the Turkey Trot, set for Nov. 19 at Carmichael Fields at 4 p.m. "We've only run three events so far,' said IM-REC director Marty Pomcranti. "It's still not too late for any student to get into the Sultan Swear and be competitive." Coming Up in IM-REC Sports The IM-REC Wrestling Meet is scheduled for next Wednesday and Thursday, To enter, participants need to weigh in at the IM-REC office In Woollen Gym 203 on Tuesday. The brackets will be posted Wednesday afternoon. Entries open Monday for Arena Football. The sport, which is non-contact flag football, will be played in Woollen Gym with six-man teams. : - Entries will be open to the first 16 teams. ' Entries close for the Weekend Wallyball Tournament next Tuesday. For those who do not know, Wallyball is volleyball played on a racquerball court.: "We will conduct aspeclal Wallyball demonstration and have courts open for free play Nov. 12 from 7-10 p.m.," said Pomerantz. The Nov. 14 tournament and the demonstration will be held on the racquetball courts in Fetter Gym. Wallyball Tournament brackets will be posted Nov. 12 after noon. IM-REC Winners' Gallery Kappa Psi Gray won the recent team badminton title in the frat division. Team members included Chad Wagoner, Hardy Creech, Phillip Bozovich, Warren Prosser and Bryan Blalock.- '.. Other winners in team badminton and their divisions were: Singas, men's comp independent; Cockin' It For a Grade, co-ed comp; Staff, men's cornp gradfaculty; and Grimes Feathered Cocks, men's comp residence hall, Todd Steelrnan and Allison Hubbard won the men's and women's dlvisionsi'respectively, in the Foul Shooting Contest. Jennifer McNulty was the women's comp singles winner in open racquetball. Brad Harmon won the men's elite singles division. Football champions and their divisions were as follows: Hung Jury, men's comp gradfaculty; Mangum 49ers, residence hall; Victor EEZ, independent; Lambda Chi Gold, fraternity; Everett Crushers, women's comp; Bandits, men's rec; Cod Squad, co-rec rec; and Heustess No More, co-rec comp. 7 X I Experience Madonna with C;t;nt She has infiltrated almost every level of our culture. Don't believe us? See how many of these Madonna-related facts you already know. Then peruse pages 5 & 8 for reviews of her new book and album. Leave it up to American universities to intellectualize Madonna. For academics across the country, the "Madonna Phenomenon" (MP) is a subject for serious thought. One Madonna scholar, Barbara Bradby, takes a Freudian slant on the lyrics from Material Girl, "Only boys that save their penniesMake my rainy day": "We may note that teaching children to save pennies (in piggy-banks, etc.) is an important function of mothers, if their children are to be successful. However, in this nursery context of early training, "saving pennies" evokes its opposite, "spending a penny," which little boys may think of as like "making rain." In this sense, potty training is about learning to "save pennies," or the ability to control the activity of "spending a penny." The lines, "Only boys that save their penniesMake my rainy day" can therefore be taken as expressing the mother's approval of the boy who has learnt to pee in the appropriate situation." You figure it out. Do ya know? Madonna's real name: Madonna Louise Ciccone Madonna's age: 34 Year Playboy published nude photographs of Madonna, taken when she was a photographer's model: 1985 Copies of Sex sold in one week: 500,000 Total copies of Sex to be published: 1 million Percentage of women whose sexual fantasies involve multiple partners, according to a Kinsey Study: 18 Star who described Madonna's Truth or Dare show as "neat": Kevin Costner How Madonna responded to Costner's comments: pseudo-gagged herself Amount of the contract with Time Warner which made her the highest paid woman in the music business:. $60 million How Madonna's Michigan grade school teachers tried to keep her quiet: They taped her mouth shut Name of a movement that studies Madonna in university classrooms: The Madonna Phenomenon Where Madonna appeared on People magazine's top tenlist of teen idols: between Elvis and the Beatles Company which droppedher as a spokeswomen when the "Like a Prayer" video came out: Pepsico Inc. Presidential candidate endorsed by The Official Madonna Fan Club: Bill Clinton o M V ) "Everyone probably thinks that I'm a raving nymphomaniac, that I have an Insatiable appetite, when the truth is, I'd rather read a book" - Madonna Compare and Contrast "I'm not interested in money. I just want to be wonderful." Marilyn Monroe & "I have the same goal I've had the since I was a girl. I want to rule the world." Madonna STAFF Amber Nimocks, Editor MARA Lee and JOHN Staton, Assistant Editors ALISA DE MAO, MONDY LAMB and VICKI HYMAN, Senior Writers JON ALLEN, EVERETT ARNOLD, ALLEN BADDOUR, ANDY BECHTEL, EMILY BERRY, ROB BRITTAIN, SUMMER BURKES, RODNEY CLINE, JARED R. CLOUD, ANDREW CROOK, ALEX DE GRAND, NED DIRLDC, SCOTT GOLD, JASON HARDIN, KEVIN KRUSE, JARED LEVY, LINDSAY LOWRY, JONATHAN MCCALL, ALEX FREW MCMILLAN, TINA PIFER, MARK PRINDLE, JIM RASH, JONATHAN RICH, LAURA SILVERMAN, SCOTT TIMBERG, KRISTI TURNBAUGH and EMMA WILLIAMS, Writers ALICIA MILLER, Copy Editor RAHUL MEHTA, Arts Coordinator PETER ROYBAL and ERICA Southworth, Design Coordinators ...... , . EVERETT ARNOLD, TOANASSISCAMBANIS,ALISADEMAO, JOHN O'BRIEN, Design Staff

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