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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

-Daily-James W
SPARTAN STAR--Carl Charon, number ,33 of Michigan State, is tripped up by an unider
Wolverine in yesterday's game at East Lansing. Charon was one of the big gainers for the

HEADS UP!-Dave Glinka is shown as he prepares to let loose
with another aerial in the first quarter. Glinka, the star sopho-
more quarterback, completed six out of fourteen passes and ran
brilliantly in yesterday's heartbreaking defeat to Michigan State.
Late Surge Carries MSU
Past Stubborn Wolverines
(Continued from Page 1)
Herb Adderly that put the ball on
marched 83 yards to score. Tak- Michigan's six yard line.

-David Giltrow
TO THE TWO--BennIe McRae, the speedy halfback of the Wolvrines, plunges for a few well

needed yards as he gets to within the Michigan State two yard]
next play to give Michigan the first score of the day.

line. Dave Raimey dove over on the

ing seven minutes and 15 plays, 'on the next play. Wilson kept take the lead for the first time.
sophomore quarterback Dave Gln- the ball himself and went over Taking the ball over from the
ka worked the Wing T to per- for the score without being touch- four was Spartan halfback Gary
fection in engineering Michigan's ed. Ballman.
first touchdown. The terrific offensive pace was
Behind crisp blocking, five dif- tempered somewhat as the first Spectacular Play
ferent Michigan ball carriers took quarter neared completion with Then in a truly spectacular
part in the sustained drive that both teams stalling after sustained play, Wolverine halfback Fitz-
was climaxed by sophomore half- drives.- gerald received the Spartan kick-
off on is ow nn a d line,I
back Dave Raimey's two yard Near the end of the first quar- rinted u the ceter cu tote
p unge. ter, the Wolverines started an- right sideline and raced 99 yards
But the Spartan offensive unit other drive on their own ten yard for a touchdown.
exploded into the game for the line. This one resulted in a 25
first time and within four plays yard field goal by end John Hal- Making a very key block on the
the score was tied at seven apiece. stead. Chief ground gainer in the play was McRae who raed ncu-
Key Play 65 yard drive was a 36 yard pass Ioy the length of h field and cut
Key play in the Michigan State from Glinka to Bennie McRae. down the last atichigFtzgtaldman
drive was a 41 yard pass from Bouncing right back once again, The Wolverines took their 17-14
quarterback Wilson to halfback the Spartans rolled 88 yards to lead into the second half and it'
lasted until the four minute mark
when Art Brandstatter knotted the
score at 17 apiece with a 22 yard
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The score remained that way
E A DVENTURE until Charon went over with just
a little over two minutes remain-
ioREEDOM ing in the game.
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ACCULTURATION peared very strong in the first
WRITE TO: half when it picked up 111 yards
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the ground.

College Football

Grid Picks
111 U24, Michigan 17
Illinois 33, West Virginia 0
Minnesota 42, Indiana 0
Iowa 42, Northwestern 0
Wisconsin 35, Marquette 6
Purdue 51, Notre Dame 19
Ohio State 20, USC 0
Syracuse 14, Kansas 7
Iowa State 10, Nebraska 7
Army 28, California 10
Navy 15, Washington 14
Princeton 49, Columbia 0
lissouri 21, Penn State 8
Dartmouth 15, Penn 0
Duke 20, Maryland 7
Florida 18, Georgia Tech 17
Clemson 13, VPI 7
North Carolina 26, Virginia 7
Air Force 32, Stanford 9

Oklahoma 15, Pittsburgh 14
Boston L. 20, loly Cross 14
Yale 9, Brown 0
Massachusettes 27, harvard 12
Cornell 15, Bucknell 7
Georgia 38, South Carolina 6
Rice 10, Tulane 7
Auburn 10, Kentucky 7
VMI 21, Rivhmond 6
Mississippi 31, Memphis St. 20
Alabama 21. Vanderbilt 0
Mississippi State 0, Tennessee 0
Ohio U. 25, Kent 8
Detroit 26, Xavier Ohio) 6
(Ohio) 12
Albion 14, Hlope 12
Colorado 27, Kansas St t' 7
Arkansas 7, TCU 0
Baylor 7, LSU 3

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-Dalny-Junes Warneka
RIDES OVER-Paul Poulos (66) drops Michigan State quarter-
back Tom Wilson. Poulos was injured in the fourth quarter and
was not able to return to action. The extent of his injury is not
yet known.
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ATTENTION RUSHEES:
October 2, 1960
Dear Rushee:
As chapter presidents in the Michigan Fraternity System, we heartily welcome ) o) to the
forthcoming rushing periods and generally appreciate iour interest i becoming bet/er acquaint-
ed with us. We regard your decision to rush as a wse one-a decisiomt which might well opel
to you a fuller and more enjoyable life on this campus.
We hope also that, should you decide to pledge, your decision will be a wise one and giten
the careful consideration that it deserves. Our own rushing experience has. shown m us that the
rushee who patiently and objectively makes his decision for a particular house seldom regrets
such a decision. It is with this fact in mind that W E RECOMMEND T HAT YOU NOT
ACCEPT ANY BID UNTIL MONDAY OF THE SECOND WEEK OF IUSI. We would
also emphasize the fact that no bid is officially recognized by the Interfra/ernity Council until
Wednesday of the second week.

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