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Daily, Idaho's wingback, makes the Vandal's final effort of the day by scoring on an 8-yard run.

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Quarterback John Foruria gains yardage on a keeper against Washington State University.

JOH N BOISEN Guard b' I", 226 lb .. Sr.

DOUG BI SHOP Defensive Halfback 5' 10", 175 lb., Jr.

BYRON STRICKLAND Wiftgback 5'11", 175 lb., Jr.

JOE McCOLLUM Wingback 5'9", 165 lb., Jr.

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Wosbington Stote -

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The Idaho Vandals came up with their second win of the season by defeating the W.S.U. Cougars 17-13. Idaho's "Gi1eric's" made the difference with alert defense. By capitali1ing a W.S.U. fumble, the Vandals ended the first half with a fie ld goa l booted by Darrell Danielson. Fumbles plagued both teams. Early in the third quarter the Vandals got their first touchdown of the day as John Foruria rolled out a keeper and romped the 12 yards to pay-dirt. Jerry Cambell kicked the extra point. In the fourth quarter W.S.U. took advantage of an Idaho fumble and scored, making 路路 10-7. The Vandals took the kickoff and pushed 63 yards in 13 plays to score. final effort came on an 8-yard ru n by Pat Daily; Campbell again kicked t~ point. With another Idaho fumble, the Cougars got their second touchdr game , making the score 17- 13.


1966 Gem of the Mountains, Volume 64 - University of Idaho Yearbook