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Dy N OILMAN CANNADA
Injuries are a real part of college
football, but Georgia Tech coach Bill
Curry would rather have his share in
The Yellow Jackets come into
Saturday's game with lOth-rankcd" North
Carolina without the services of
defensive ends Rick Olive and Lynwood
Volley and starting center Dean Waters.
In addition, several other top players are
questionable for the game.
"It has a very real effect," Curry said
in a telephone interview. "The players
we have lost would affect any team, but
we're young and don't have a lot of
depth, so we're really in trouble. But we v
can't complain because' every team has
the same problems."
Fullback Ronny Cone is one Yellow
Jacket who has managed to avoid
injuries and play well in the process.
Cone has averaged more than five yards
per carry this season on a team that
relies heavily on its passing game.
"We have a great quarterback in Mike
Kelley, and with someone like him,
you're going to pass a lot," Cone said by
phone from Atlanta. "I carry the ball
some but my main job is to protect the
Cone switched to fullback this year
after leading the Yellow Jackets in
rushing as a tailback last season.
"At first, playing fullback was hard
for me because I've been playing
tailback all my life," Cone said. "But
I'm happy now. I'm helping the team."
Georgia Tech is coming off a 17-8
victory over Memphis State last week.
The win was the first for the Jackets in
"The most important thing that I saw
from that game was that we did a better
job on defense and in our kicking
game," Curry said. "But. I'm not
satisfied with our offense. In fact, I'm
not satisfied with any of our play
Cone saw another positive factor in
last Saturday's game.
"We concentrated more against
Memphis State than in any of our other
games this year."
Cone said the Yellow Jackets were a
different team from the Georgia Tech
team that was playing last year at this
"The attitude of the players is a Jot
more serious around here this year," he
said. "I think a lot of that has to do with
the discipline Coach Curry has brought
When Curry was named head coach
earlier this year, he brought with him an
idea that football players had to have
discipline. The reaction to the new rules
has been good.
"It was hard to adjust to at first,"
Cone said, "but I think it's going to pay
off. In the long run it's going to help our
football team a whole lot."
Cone said Saturday's game with
Carolina would be a great challenge for
the Yellow Jackets.
Uin bcott &np
By R.L. EYNUM
The North Carolina field hockey team, showing
complete domination over both the offensive and
defensive ends of the field, scored a convincing 2-0
victory ovecpreviously undefeated Pfeiffcr Thursday
at Hinton James Field.
The Tar Heels, now 2-3, had 20 shots and allowed
Pfeiffer only 6. Carolina rarely allowed the ball to
come into the' visitor's attack area during the
Ann Donio got Carolina's first goal about midway
through the first half on an assist from Mary Stewart.
Kim Knickerbocker added an unassisted goal 13
minutes into the second half to provide the final
"We were beating them to the ball," Donio said.
"Thjy had to srlimt to our game.
"We worked better as a team than we had been,"
Donio added. "In some of the other games, we just
had a lot of good individual performances."
Coach Dolly Hunter said the team put a lot of things
together in the win. "We improved our firepower and
our expressiveness around the goal," she said.
Hunter was happy with the play of the front line
players and was especially pleased by the performances
of Knickerbocker, and Donio. Hunter also said that
defensive leader Joan Zabriskie played her best game
of the season.
The Tar Heels managed to preserve the shutout by
keeping the ball in its own attack end of the field late in
The Tar Heels next action comes at 3:30 p.m.
Saturday on Hinton James Field, when the Virginia
Cavaliers visit. -
The Cavaliers come into the game with a 2-2 record.
Action from Thursday's field hoefcoy gzmo
...Tar Heels beat Pfeiffer 2-0
"It's going to be a really tough game.
We're just going to have to play good
football and make no mistakes. You
can't afford to make any mistakes
against a team like North Carolina."
The sophomore fullback said the Tar
Heel defense was UNC's strong point.
"They have good athletes on
defense," Cone said. "We're not going
to try and move out anybody in
particular. We want to move them all
out if we can."
"News in Brier' capsulizes the latest news. Read it every day in The Daily TcrHeel.
' NOTES: The Tar Heels come into
Saturday's game leading the Atlantic
Coast Conference in total defense,
scoring defense, rushing offense and net
punting. . . Linebacker Lawrence Taylor
was named lineman of the week in the
ACC after his performance against
Pcclmo 2:1 end Acta 4:23
It has been mil ss'd that thsrt la only on read In this
Hit; Kssvsn ct ens end, end H:U cn ths cthsr end. Ths real
Important thlna Is whlcn way era yeu c'3. wh'.cft way
are you trsYsHn? In Ths Carmen en Ths l.ount, Christ
said ths way to Hxxvcn vctt "strait and narrow and tzn
thsrs fcs that find it", but ths way to Hell was "bread end
w!ds" and crowd rdi Havs yeu ever dsflnltsSy "turnad
cbeut" that Is ths mssnlng cf conversion and brun
to "fl;ht ths csod fl-ht cf faith to walk ths narrow way to
Hear ths Word of The Lord found In Luke 13:23: "Then
said one unto Him (Jesus), 'Lord, are there few that be
saved?' And Hs tsld unto the.-n. 'Ctrivs to entsr In at ths
strait cats: for many, I say unto yeu, will spk to cntsr In,
end shall not be abis. When ence the master of the house
is risen up snd hath shut to ths doer, and ys b?!n to
stand without, and to knock at ths oor saying, Lerd.
Lord, cpen unto us: snd hs shall answer end say unto you,
I know ys not whsncs ys ere: thsn ys shall brln to say,
we havs eatsn end drunk in thy presence, end thou hast
taught in our streets. Cut he shall say, I U!l you, I know ye
not whence ye ere: depart from me a'l ye workcre cf Ir.lqul
ty. There shall be weeping end gnashing cf tasth when ys
shall see Abraham end leaac, and Jacob, end ell ths pro
phets, In ths Kingdom cf Qod, end you yourselves thrust
'out. And they shall corns from the cast, end from ths
west, end from ths couth, end from the north, end shall sit
down in ths Kingdom of Qod. And, behold, there ere last
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v,t.!ch shall be first, end there ere first which ehall be
laet.m f'Whsn ths ealnts go marching In, Lord, I want to
bs In that number.")
A few years back it was cfttn that such passe;es cf
CcrSpturs as Just quoted wcrs ths subset cf preschtrs
end evanjsllxte' eermone. It eppssre now that most of
them "don't do that any more." What Is more Impcrtsnt In
this Ills than making your "calling and ilsctbn sure" for
eternity? The Apostle Peter ecid ee long ee he wss living
he thought It Important to stir up his brethren to this end
2nd Peter 1:10, etc In recent years I heve often heard
prsschcrs end evan;s!!sts who seemed to bs crestly con
cerned about c-ttlng church folk to fesl and bellsvs thsy
were saved. Maybe they ere not. In view cf the passage
quoted above from Luke, end in view cf the lives end con
duct cf many. Ths psssxgs frcm Luks doss net contradict
Romans C:3S: "Who shell separate ue from Christ, etc."
Rather, it throws l!;ht cn ths true Christian who cannot be
separated. Nor does this passs;s contradict Ephssians
2:3,3: "For by Grace are ye eeved through faith; end that
not of youreelvee: it is the clft of God: not of works, lest
eny man ehould boast." Rather, It magnifies the Grace of
God In producing a fruitful f althi
"STRIVE TO ENTER IN AT THE STRAIT GATE." con
tinue faithful In well-doing, and In due eeason you will
meet The Lord Himself In the Wey, end come to rejoice in
His Salvation and Presence.
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