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Dave Shuford warms up for his final match against Oregon.
megale guides racket wins
Winning 18 of 26 matches in one of the hardest schedules of the school’s history was an impressive record. It was even more impressive as 1965 marked Don Megale’s first year as OSU’s tennis coach. Megale guided his Beavers through a season confronting nationally ranked Arizona and Arizona State and establishing the first OSU-Stanford dual meet. In an AAWU championship field of eight, Oregon State placed fifth. OSU’s sophomore team of Dave Shuford and Owen Lucey reached the quarterfinals to highlight the fine conference performance.
OSU 6 CXSU 2 OSU 9
Varsity Tennis Record Oregon 1 Washington 7 Seattle Pacific 0
OSU 9 Whitworth 0
OSU 7 Washington State 2
OSU 9 Idaho 0
OSU 9 Lewis Clark 0
OSU 7 SOC 0
OSU 6 Oregon 3
OSU 6 Oregon 1
OSU 0 Arizona 9
OSU 1 Arizona 8
OSU 0 Arizona 8
OSU 3 Arizona State 4
OSU 3 Arizona State 5
OSU 3 Arizona State 4
osu 9 U. of Portland 0
OSU 7 Pacific 0
osu 7 Seattle Pacific 0
( si • 9 Willamette 0
OSU 4 Portland 0
Owen Luccy’s serving brought him many victories as shown here against Oregon.
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Row one, left to right: Pat McCrow, Dale Stennett, John Strong, I auren Overholtzer, Ward Conger, Doug Wentworth, Lloyd Ho. Row two: David Pape, George Blackman, Lynn Robinson, Pete Maltey, Malcolm Newell.
sharp shooters have fair season
OSU’S rifle team had another successful season. Led by Malcolm Newell and George Blackman, the Beavers placed third at the inter-collegiate sectional meet. Newell was second individually at the meet with a score of 294 out of a possible 300. The team scores shot at the sectional meet are used to determine the teams national ranking. Although Oregon State was only third in the sectional, they scored well enough to place high in the national standings. Last year’s team was fifth nationally.
Oregon State’s women’s team, the defending national champions, also shot well in the sectional meet. Led by Lauren Overholtzer and Marilee Case, the ladies placed second as they were edged out by the talented Alaskan team. Lauren Overholtzer was first among the women shooters at the meet. The women shooters shot an outstanding score at the sectional meet, and placed high nationally.
Left: Lynn Robinson takes aim. Right: Lauren Overholtzer shows fine form as the top woman shooter at the sectional meet.
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Front row, left to right: Gary DeVoe, John Nelson. How two: Barry Hilt, Gary Keane. Greg Harris, Eric Crecclius, Bruce Crews, and Ed Stryker. How three: Harvey Elwin, Boh Boole, Jim Young, Stu Brown, Doug O’Conner, John Elliot, Bill Robertson, and Ian Duncan.
Associated with Oregon State Crew for 20 years. Coach Karl I rlica(«6ow right) had one of his finest seasons in 1965, winning 47 of 85 contests. Oregon Suite’s varsity crew team churns down the Willamette (right).
oarsmen pull ahead
1965 produced one of the finest crew teams in Oregon State’s history. The Oregon State Rowing Club captured •17 victories from a field of 85 competi-tors. The OSRC dominated the second annual Corvallis Invitational scoring 74 points to second place Oreen Lake Rowing Association’s 29 points. The eight-man crews’ records listed one first, one second and two thirds for the varsity and four firsts and two seconds for the JV’s. At the Western Intercollegiate Rowing Regatta, OSRC’s combined points placed them second in a twelve team field.
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