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NU track wins 7 relay evemti
at Kansas Eelays Saturday but
still needs to improve says coacli
By Tim Hartmann
Nebraska track coach Gary Pepin
said he was pleased with the perfor
mance of the Cornhusker track teams
at the Kansas Relays Saturday in Law
rence, Kan. No scoring was used at the
meet, but Pepin said his teams fared
"They don't keep socre, but if they
did we probably would have won,"
Pepin said. "They don't keep score at
most of the big relays."
Nebraska won seven events, three in
the women's competition and four in
the men's competition. The men's dis-
8:53.10. broke his own American record in the
Sammie Resh and Tammy Thurman pole vault with a jump of 19-4 34.
turned in second-place finishes for Pepin said that despite Nebraska's
strong showing, he sees room for improve-
'They don't keep
score, but if they
did, we probably
would have won
the meet. They
don't keep score
at most of the big
ment on both the men's and women's
"There are a lot of areas we have got
to start doing a little better in," Pepin
said. "Our improvement needs to come
mainly from those who have been
injured. We'll need them in the later
meets and in the conference meet."
"I don't think we have anyone who is
doing poorly," he said, "but we have to
get those who have been injured back
competing. Otherwise we are not going
to have two reallv stronc teams."
tance team ofJeanVerster, Terry Goods, Nebraska. Resh competed in the 3,000- Several Huskers will compete in the
Kegis numpnrey ana KODert lionzaies meter run, and Thurman competed in Midland Invitational today in Fremont,
won two events: the two-mile relay and the high jump. and on Friday and Saturday the team
the medley relay. They won the two- Joe Dial, a former Oklahoma State will travel to Des Moines, Iowa, for the
mile event with a time of 7:28.4 and the athlete who now competes unattached. Drake Relays.
medley relay with a time of 9:50.82.
( Choice of the following:
Other men's winners were Bill Trott,
who won the 1 00-meter race with a time
of 10.40 seconds, and Jody Fischer, who
wone the 5,000-meter run.
For the women's competion, Renita
Robinson broke the meet record in the
triple jump, her 43-foot jump broke the
record of 41-5 14 set last year by
Nebraska's Sha-ri Pendleton.
Nebraska also won the top two posi
tions in the women's long jump. Karen
Kruger won with a jump of 2 1-0 12, and
Kim Guthrie finished second with a
jump of 20-6. The women's two-mile
relay team of Carol Nunnally, Heidi
Christiansen, Juliet Prowse and Sharon
Powell won that event with a time of
Doug CarrollDaily Nebraskan
Nebraska quarterback Gerry Gdowski (13) looks for an open receiver during Saturday's intra
squad football scrimmage. Gdowski, who was listed as the Cornhuskers' No. 1 quarterback last
week because of injuries to Steve Taylor and Clete Dlakeman, completed eight of 1 9 passes for
172 yards and three touchdowns, and rushed for 44 yards In the game.
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on your feet? (
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THINK OF YOUR FOOT FUNCTIONING VERY
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When your car's out of alignment
The tires wear out
Uneven stress is placed on the frame
The steering wheel begins to shake
Soon the car functions so badly, you can't drive it
THE MISALIGNED FOOT DOES THE SAME THING.
Pressures develop and trouble starts immediately
Bones move against bones
Ligaments become stretched
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