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The Deacons came back to win that game
42-3 S and finished the' season with an 8-4
record. That included Wake's first trip to a
bowl ir-e the Deacs laat to LSU in the
Tansrine Ed since 1S4J.
After tcins Grade D forever, Wake Forest
suddenly was at least Top 40 material.
The Deacons' success of last year has
provided the backdrop as they prepare for
Saturday's .IS CO opener against Virginia
"I don't know if Wake Forest has ever
been featured as positively nationwide as they
have been this year," Mackovic said recently.
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"And as far as football is concerned, that's
While Deacon fans around here were
soothed by results such as the 5,-0 record at
kotne, it was the players uho received the
most satisfaction. Football players used to
draw snickers from fellow students when they
walked around campus. After 1979, the
laughter was replaced by adulation.
"The players are more confident this
year," said senior guard Dill Ard, who will
" lead a large offensive, line. "Last year was
more like a stepping stone to the future.
Right now we're putting the past behind. I
was here with two 1-10 seasons before last
fall, and it was breaking me down."
10 feet. I got to the point where 1 couldn't
take it anymore and 1 decided to see what was
Just as a healthy Venuto is important for
Wake Forest,. so is junior split end Wayne
Baumgardner, who had 61 receptions for
1,123 yards and nine touchdowns last year.
All were new school records.
Sophomores Carlos Cunningham and
Henderson Threatt should get most of the
work at running back.
One of M3ckovic's goals for the offense is
to eliminate turnovers, ecpccia'dy on the
Deacons' side of the 50-yard line.
Defensively, Wake returns both starting
defensive ends, Mike Wisher and Eddie
Yarncil. Also returning are linebacker Carlos
Bradley and free safety Landoa IChj. While
the Deacons had little trouble scoring points
last season, the defense had problems
stepping opponents. . ;
"We were pretty deep at a position or two
last year," King said, "but this year we have
more depth across the board. We're pretty
much of a big-play defense."
Although the Wake back Held is without
four-year star James McDougald, the
strength of the '79 offense returns.
Quarterback Jay Venuto, the Atlantic Coast
Conference player-of-the-year, is back after
surgery in January to remove bone chips
from his throwing elbow.
Venuto, who said he had always been
bothered by a tired arm after the season, went
home to New Jersey for Christmas break. "I
couldn't even bench-press 100 pounds then,"
he said. "1 couldn't shoot a basketball from
WINSTCN-SALEM Wiih his Deacons
traillnj by 13 points at halfiine of the Wake
Forest-Auburn football irr- b:t fall, Coach
John Mackovic d;ci-:i it v; 3 t:.r.e for a pep
Like the elementary school teacher telling a
student to ,keep trying long division,
Mackovic told his players, "Never, never,
never, never, never give up."
to rugoy tnan
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Rugby. The very name of the game
conjures up scenes of bloodied noses, bent
double legs and . mangled arms. Surely
rugby is a game where barbarous . head
hunters search for another body to maim
while swigging beer and occasionally
running an oblong ball over a goal line.
Not so, says UNC Rugby Club member
Michael Eheehan. Sheehan is one of about
50 members of the UNC Rugby Club that
practices the internationally played game
each afternoon on Ehringhaus Field. Rugby
has acquired . an overly physical Image,
Sheehan says, that it doesn't deserve or
"Rugby is a combination of the power of
football and the finesse and grace of
basketball," Sheehan said. "There's a
violent side, like there is in any contact
sport, but ideally you emphasize more the
skill of the players. As long as you're agile
there's a position for you."
As for the the beer-drinking . image,
Sheehan said it, like the physically violent
im?"e, is overrated.
By JOHN DRESCHER
"Rugby players drink their share, but the
image of the beer-swigging rugby player
just isn't accurate," he said while pressing
his third beer to his swollen nose.
Rugby has been a club sport at Carolina
since 1965, said faculty adviser and coach
Tom Ricketts, but the club has been forced
to raise all its own money for the last seven
years. Ricketts is hoping money from the
new Sports Club Council referendum will
soon be appropriated to the club.
The team is composed entirely of UNC
students and is a member of the college
division of the North Carolina Rugby
Union. Of the 50 players, about 30 have
played before, including experienced
players from such rugby-crazy lands as
, Argentina, South Africa, England and
Rugby is played on a Field 75 by 110
yards with a ball that looks like an
overinflated football. There are 15, players
on each team, eight forwards arid seven
backs. The object is to get a "try," the
equivalent in style to a football touchdown,
which is worth four points. Oi
results from dropkicks or penalty kicks that
go through the goalpost uprights, similar to
the Field goal n football. Each is worth
three points. A kick-after, similar to the
extra point in football, is worth two points.
The ball cannot be thrown forward,
although it can be kicked at all times. If
tackled, a man must release the ball or be
penalized. The result is a fiowing game that
rarely stops and is exciting to watch.
"It's a good spectator sport," said player
Nick Addison, "because of the continuous
movement. It's so spontaneous. Every man
is like a quarterback, always making
A scrimmage will be held at 6 p.m. Sept.
7. All practices and home matches will be
on Ehringhaus Field.
m NOTES: Entry deadlines for team
table tennis, mixed doubles bowling are due
Sept. 10. ..Wimbledon Volleyball
Tournament (a special event) are due Sept.
12. .."New Games Festival," the
replacement for the postponed "Ail
Nighter," will be held this Friday at 9 p.m.
on Carmichacl Field, carping off the
Carolina Union's "Union Day".. .officials
for Carolina tag and Co-Rcc football are
still neededgrail mural so fib all finals will
be Sept. 8...foo:ball play also begins Sept.
8. ..with the new self-scheduling system in
effect. ..football captains not familiar with
the new system should call Janis Matson at
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