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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 6, 1974)
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Two of UNL's cross country runners
said they think Nebraska's track pro
qram shouldn't be taken for granted. '
" Keith Whitaker and Harold Stelzer,
who are from Massachusetts and
received UNL athletic scholarships, said
they can't believe the difference in team
attitude and organization here as
compared with team attitude and
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"It's more serious out here." Stelzer
said. "Back east we had trouble with
starting times and organization.
Whitaker, a sophomore and the only
returning letterman on the cross country
team, addded that the program is much'
bigger at Nebraska.
"The people are more friendly here
too," he said,
In addition to distance running,
Whitaker and Stelzer are working out as
potential milers for spring track.
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"There's not much spare time," they
said. Both said they run an average of 15
miles each day,- divided between two
running sessions. The first session is at
6:30 a.m. before class and the second
usually begins at 2:30 in the afternoon,
they said. '
Whitaker, majoring in business ad
ministration, said he likes the university
and thinks tt has a lot to offer.
; Stelzer, a freshman majoring in
criminal justice said he hasn't been at
the university long enough to judge Its
Both runners said they were influ
enced to come to Nebraska by Peter
Scott; a former Nebraskan who set
UNL's half-mile record. Scott, now in
Massachusetts, worked with Stelzer and
Wnitcker when they were high school
Commenting on this year's cross
country team whitaker said, "We are
rebuilding right now. We've got a good
crop of freshmen and there's more
desire this year. You get out of it what
you put Into it."
Colorado and Kansas will be tough
competitors, he said.
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Freshman men Interest
ed in the UNL Rowing
Team should meet Tues
day night at 8 p.m. at the
Crew Boathouse. For
more Information contact
the Freshman crew coach
Jerry Huber at, 435-9605
- , Women Interested in
. should apply in Room 103
of' the South Stadium
Athletic Office. Deadline
Is Monday, Sept. 9th.
The Rugby Club needs
new recruits. Anyone
wishing to join should
contact -Mike Potter at
Former Nebraska foot
ball star Rich Glover was
one of seven players cut
by the New York Giants
Wednesday. Glover won
the Outland trophy In
The UNL Soccer team
will open its fail season
against Concordia this
Saturday at 9:30 a.m. at
Seward. It will be their
first of eight games this
3-11 P.M. Will train,
Apply in person.
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