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RAY McDONALD Fullback. 6'4", 242 lbs., Sr.
BILL BUFTON Guard 6'3", 2 H lbs., Sr.
BOB SKUSE Center 6'1", 220 lbs., Sr.
The Idaho Vandals dropped the game 14-7 to the Oregon State Beavers. In a scoreless first half, the Vandals traveled two hundred seven yards offensively compared to seventy-two yards for Oregon State. Idaho compiled eleven first downs against four for the Beavers, but were never able to score. The plays alternated back and forth through the first half, ending with no score for both teams. In the second half Beaver sophomore quarterback Steve Priece, carried the ball on the option play and ran through the Vandal defense to the one yard line. Then he dived over for the first score of the day. The PAT was good, and the Oregon State Beavers led 7-0. Then the Vandals had possession of the pigskin, and Foruria crossed up the Beaver defense to score on a keeper to his right side. Danielson kicked the extra point, tying the score at 7.-7. With 7:37 minutes left in the game Oregon State wingback Bob Grim r:pped through the Idaho defense and advanced the Beavers to the Idaho seventeen yard line. On the next play Bewer fullback Pete Pifer went in for the score. Haggard kicked the PAT making the final score 14-7.
JOHN FORURIA Quarterback. 6'2", 200 lbs., Sr.
JOE McCOLLUM Wingback. 5'9", 165 lbs., Sr.
Quarterback John Foruria attempts to gain yardage on a keeper against Washington State..
]ERR Y SKAIFE Erul 6', 175 lbs. , Sr.
Washington State . 14
1967 Gem of the Mountains, Volume 65 - University of Idaho Yearbook