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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, OCTOBER

Pastes

Duke,

31-6

Fitzgerald, Raimey Score
Two TD's Each; Defense Excels

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cond quarter with a 49 yard drive,
but failed on its extra point at-
tempt when Michigan Captain
Gerry Smith roared into the Blue
Devil backfield and executed a
perfect block on the airborne pig-
skin.
Making the Michigan offensive
show even more impressive was
the fact that two members of the
starting backfield, Ken Tureaud
and Bennie McRae, didn't even get
into the lineup.
Recovering from injuries in-
curred at East Lansing last week-
end, both were dressed for yes-
terday's contest, but there was
no need to press either into ser-
vice,
Glinka Impresses
Impressive for the third Satur-
day in a row was quarterback
Glinka, who completed eight out
of 14 passes for 111 yards.
- The Michigan defense was also
impressive holding the visitors to

one TD. Although it picked up 19
first downs to Michigan's 16, Duke
drives were halted all afternoon
by, an alert Wolverine defense
that picked off two fumbles and
three interceptions.
After the game, Coach Bump
Elliott wore his biggest smile of
the fall. For he had been worried
that the Wolverines might suffer
a letdown after last week's loss to

Big Score
MICHIGAN
FIRST DOWNS ..... 16
Rushing .......... 8
Passing .......... 7
Penalty ........... 1
NET YARDS --
Rushing ...........216
Passing ...........147
FORWARD PASSES
ATTEMPTED ..... 17.
Completed .........11
Intercepted by ..... 3
Yards interceptions
returned......... 28
TOTAL PLAYS, Rushes
and Passes) ....... 55
PUNTS, number ..... 4
Average distance .. 39
YARDS KICKS
RETURNED ....... 78
Punts ............ 16
Kickoffs .......... 62
FUMBLES, Number.. 1
Ball lost by........1
PENALTIES, Number 7
Yards penalized ... 80

DUKE
19
8
9
2
167
113
28
16
0
0
75
4
33
130
,12
118
4
2
2
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Michigan State. But he said, "the
boys were hitting hard out there
today. And they had to because
they were playing a good 'ball
club."
Elliott Pleased
Elliott, was especially pleased
with the pass catching perfor-
mances of his ends. The Michigan
coach remarked that the Michigan
ends, i.e., Johnson and Maentz,
had made some "exceptional re-
ceptions".
An All-American halfback him-
self, Elliott had real professional
praise for the fleet Raimey. He
said, "Dave's running broke the
game open in our favor. He did
an excellent job."
All in all, it was a fine after-
noon for the Michigan fan. His
team displayed an explosive of-
fense and a containing defense;
had received no serious injuries
and came up with the majority of
the breaks. About all the localite
could complain about was Michi-
gan's point-after touchdown per-
formances, only one of which was
successful.

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Iowa, Ohio State Tie for Big Ten Lead

the touchdown when unable to
find a receiver open in the first
period.
Then, in the third quarter, he
helped put Wisconsin ahead to
stay with his running and passing,
capped by Merritt Norvell's dash
on a quick opener from the six.
Fullback Chuck Marshall of
Oregon State banged through In-
diana for two fourth - quarter
touchdowns yesterday as the
Beavers spoiled the opening of the
Hoosiers' new ultra-modern sta-
dium before a small crowd.

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RON MILLER
... soph passer leads Badger win

Big Ten Standings
CONFERENCE

ALL GAMES

T
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

Pct. Pts. OP
1.000 69 15
1.000 34 7
1.000 7 0
1.000 24 13
.500 39 44
.000 7 34
.000 17 24
.000 13 24
.000 0 49
.000 0 0

W L T
3 0 0
3 0 0
3 0 0-
3 0 0
1 1 1
2 1 0
2 1 0
1 1 1
1 2 0
0 3 0

Pct. Pts.
1.000 91
.000 79
1.000 68
1.000 83
.500 46
.667 57
.667 69
.500 91
.333 19
.000 12

OP
27
7
20
26
51
40
20
64
52
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YESTERDAY'S SCORES NEXT WEEK'S GAMES
MICHIGAN 31, Duke 6 Northwestern at MICHIGAN
Ohio state 34, Illinois 7 Michigan State at Notre Dame
Minnesota 7, Northwestern 0 Illinois at Minnesota
Wisconsin 24, Purdue 13 Marquette at Indiana
Iowa 27, Michigan State 15 Wisconsin at Iowa
Oregon State 20, Indiana 6 Ohio State at Purdue

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