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Chicago Tribune from Chicago, Illinois • 95

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CHICAGO TRIBUNE, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1965 Section 2 3 N. U. Repulses Oregon State Buckeyes Whip 111 ini Minnesota Romps r- vt- "iJl jmm wcS" fT f884! I lJ f'f TiTy. pNnL ii iM TL -i i vt31 jz? '-4tI Y-A I At TRIBUNE Staff Photo: By Phil AAascione Jr J- 5 4. vAi If -vf Northwestern's Halfback Ronald Rector standing with Head Coach Alex Agase if 1 on sidelines of Dyche stadium as Wildcats were moving toward conquest of invading 04 I s- Oregon State squad.

Agase expressed gratification at result after last week's defeat f'" Iwhwiha vj8Uaiu'r''mM by Notre Dame. VSVJ 15 p.v (TRIBUNE Staff Photo: By Phil Mascione) Oregon State's Tim Osmer (38) breaking up forward pass from lead by visitors, Northwestern rallied in fourth quarter to record con Northwestern's David Milan to Richard Smith (43) as Jim Smith quest of west coast rivals before throng of 34,575 spectators in Dyche (36) of Oregon State moves into scene in effort to join defensive stadium. Wildcats scored 9 points in fourth quarter, maneuver. After this alert play in second quarter, and half-time 7 to 6 (Story by Howard Barry on page 1, Sports) tj a r-T? ut itt 7rFKm mU4y 1 v.LJ- If- XjB i S-TE, 'y 8- Jy- 4. NOTRE DAME.

.17 SMARMY 0 yyT IUPI Telephoto UPI Telephoto David Martin of Notre Dame stretching to tackle Fred Barofsky, of season against last-second defeat by Purdue, struggled thru score- Freeman White (85), designated by Nebraska as All-America candidate, seiz- Army quarterback, to halt 10-yard journey in first quarter of game in less first period, then registered two touchdowns and field goal for ing pass from Fred Duda on Wisconsin 20-yard line for 11-yard gain. Defenders New York's Shea stadium. Notre Dame, accomplishing third conquest victory. included Dave Fronek (9), Sam Wheeler (61), and Tom Brigham (35). (Story by Cooper Rollow on page 1, Sports) (Story by Tom Rivera on page 1, Sports) ILLINOIS 14 8 bh4hrs MINNESOTA ...42 UJsXT 'jjt XAO Ss.

I OHIO STATE ...28 "3 feiVir INDIANA 18 ILLINOIS 14 I yo Ny 7 Jk IJ 1 Ti A -A- a fe 11 S. a r.yy""tl i.T, -jf1 tSs i'Stf''iM i I vSySllj? iy y-y Cr- wJfjf Y'x il l' sit- IAP Wlrephotol Indiana's John Ginter (left) performing handstand just short of goal en route to 5-yard advance against Minnesota in Big Ten struggle before 46,010 spectators in Minneapolis. Ginter scored on next play, but Gophers CAP WIrephoto Brief moment of jubilation for Illinois fans as Cyril Pinder (42) dashes around right end for 4 yards and touchdown in first quarter against Ohio State in Columbus. Striving futilely to halt runner is John McCoy. Buckeyes scored three touchdowns in second quarter to carry comfortable margin into second half of Big Ten opener for both teams.

Crowd of 83,712 persons attended game. (Story by Maurice Shevlin on page 1, Sports) asserted autnonty tnereaiter ana captured almost leisurely Big Ten conference triumph..

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