IN MEMORY OF WAYNE ESTES
FANTASTIC is the only way to properly describe the feats accomplished by Utah State University's All American Wayne Estes.
He had a great desire to excel. He was respected by all teammates and his attitude was excellent. He worked very hard to improve himself both on and off the basketball floor.
stoppable force. You name the shot Estes could make it. He earned his reputa- j tion by averaging more ^ than 26 points per game in 75 contest.
Estes shattered the school career scoring record and was the eighteenth major college player in the United States to exceed 2000 points.
As a sophomore Estes -^d was recognized widely as one of the top collegiate players west of the Missis- ^^^^
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fcjv Throughout the year Wayne was the m  country's second leading scorer, and W   hovered near the top in free throw markmanship and rebounding. He excelled in the free throw category and at one time this year completed a string of 42 straight. He was successful from the foul line at a near 90 per cent clip this year and in his career posted an 85 per cent mark of proficiency.
In addition to his obvious basketball talent, Wayne was also an outstanding student. He maintained nearly a "B" average throughout his college days.
The sport of basketball will indeed miss this truly great "All American" who was accidentally killed on February 8, 1965.
CAREER TOTALS
FGM	FGA	Pet.	FTM	FTA	Pet.
766	1600	.479	469	548	.856
RB	Avg.	PF	D	TP	Avg.
893	11.9	223	5	2001	26.7