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Wednesday, April 22, 1987
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Doug CarroilUaily Nebraskan
Nebraska quarterback Jerry Dunlap looks for running room during Nebraska's intrasquad
scrimmage last Saturday at Memorial Stadium. Dunlap and other reserve Cornhusker signal
callers may see more playing time in Saturday's annual Red-White Spring Game if injuries to
Steve Taylor and Clete Dlakeman, Nebraska's top two quarterbacks, keep them from
Seko wins 91st Boston Marathon
By The Associated Press
BOSTON ABoston Marathon touted
for its magnificent men's field will
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likely be remembered for its mishaps
The defending champion fell during
the botched start. The winner pulled
away with surprising ease. The pace
was unexpectedly slow. A crash marred
the wheelchair competitioa
On a gloomy day in which 6,313 offi
cial entrants ran under drizzly skies
and into a moderate wind that slowed
them, Toshihiko Seko of Japan covered
the final six miles unchallenged Mon
day to win the 91st Boston race in 2
hours, 1 1 minutes, 50 seconds.
"Up to 20 miles, I thought the pace
was slow," Seko said through an inter
preter. "I looked at other people's
paces. If I started there, I didn't think
they could follow me."
So Seko, who won the 1981 Boston
Marathon, spurted out in front and
none of the challengers could keep up
for the rest of the 26-mile, 385-yard
Not Steve Jones, the top-ranked
marathoner in 1985. Not Juma Ikangaa
or defending champion Rob de Cas
tella, the world's first- and second
rated runners. Not two-time Boston
winner Geoff Smith.
"He just ran away from us," said
Jones, the runner-up in the tenth
fastest Boston run. "There was nothing
we could do about it at all."
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