Game program from Ohio State's 44-0 shutout over Chicago at Ohio Stadium in 1936. In front of 37,301 fans, the Buckeyes put together their biggest ever win over the Maroons since the series began in 1920. Early in the game when the result was still in the balance, Tippy Dye showed off his beautiful downfield passing with two aerial touchdowns. The reserves saw a lot of action on this day as Francis Schmidt did his best not to run up the score.
This program cover consists of artwork by Ray Evans. Original owner of the program wrote the score on the cover. Program is complete, but the center roster page is loose from the staples.