Scoreboard: Who Won Oct. 29, 1965

> Fred Lorenzen, 30: the accident-marred, $65,000 National 400 auto race, averaging 119 m.p.h. in his 1965 Ford; at Charlotte, N.C. A five-car pile-up on the first lap cost the life of Driver Harold Kite, and only 18 of the 44 starters were still around at the end. Lorenzen made his move on the 216th lap (out of 267), dueled bumper to bumper for the next 45 laps with A. J. Foyt, took the lead for keeps when Foyt clipped the wall at 125 m.p.h.—only nine miles from the finish.

> Michigan State: a 14-10 victory over Purdue, in...

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