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twQIVVAY, OMrOSI 's, loss

Arm Y.
Penn Stf

* .. 41 Oklahoma
ate .* 7 Texas A&M .

. 34 Indiana
* 28 Iowa .

N " 4
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IMW1Shows
sophomore
To Offense
(Cfoinwed from Page 1)
,di nw geat scoring-.chances
M1 7n two'of Putich's passes were
dro pped .with Practically a clear
!field in!rent of the receivers.
*jkfwvay 'through the. second
period- Dtrtmouth, started moving
agai ;. With Clayton and, Roberts
leading- the way they drove down
tf t"eMichigan 30 before Perry
aga0in thwarted the, Indian.'ad-
vttnce *ith an interception on the
*e.
** *

Improved

MICHIGAN (LOUWDN'T get any-
Where, though, acid Koceski boot-
dto the Dartmouth 45. After
thre plays failed for .the Indiana,
icheigan got its big break of the
dame.. Bob McCraney's punt skid-
: ded 'off the ,edges of his foot and
travled for a net gain of one
pard to the 4't:
On the first play Putich rifled
the 'ball down the middle to
1erty antd he rambled into the
end sane with -no one touching
hi1m. Alise' kick this time made
it 13~4 for Michigan.
With . little more than ten
a dnutes gone in the second half
Putioh traknbled with a fourth and
on, on the Dartmouth -49. He let
Straffon bull his way to the 47 for!
t, first down, and on the next play
Allis got. behind the secondary to
snagf a 1a from Don Peterson on
thW0yard line. Allis romped the
~tof the way and then split the
rigits to make, it 20-7.
: s
~ARTM6UTH STARTED from
tbtir-own 21 after the kickoff, but
three plays later they found them-
- eies~a back on the 14 with a fourth
and eighteen.
A~ca Brown went back to kick,
OadTexy Momsien broke through
the Dartmouth. line to block
Lb. puOtt and recover for the
Wolverines on the Indian two-
uard lip.
ZoeSki failed on the reverse to
the 'left side and Peterson was
tbtaotn back to ,the three when he
srWe off to the- right. Putichl
tlM(zsaeitched' to the "1" with a

-Daily--Carlisle Marshall
CLAYTON, INDIAN QUARTERBACK, ATTEWPTING TO ELUDE MICHIGAN GUARD, Mc WILLIAMS

pitchout to Straff on who sped wide
around left end for the score. Allis
made it three out of four conver-
sions, and the scoring had ended
at 27-7.
* *s 4
PERRY AGAIN cut down a
Clayton aerial on the Michigan 25
Just as the' third quarter ended.
The Big Ten 'Co-champs began
rolling again as the final session
opened and went all the way to
the 22, before Peterson fumbled
with Dartmouth recovering.
Clayton began . tilling the air
with passes again and it wasn't
until they reached the Michigan
3 0- that they were halted by a
hard tackle by Ozzie Clark that
forced Tyler to fumble and lose
Spossession.
Bennie Oosterbaan flooded the
field with Michigan substitutes in
the last ten minutes, and they
nearly scored again with 28 sec-
onds remaining.
Quarterback Pete Palmer had
intercepted McCraney's pass to the
80. Four plays later he passed one
iof his own to Jim Skala on the
six-yard line. The anxious re-
serves fumbled on the next play,
though, and the game ended with
Dartmouth in possession.

A Week Makes Big Difference
In Wolverine Dressing Room.
By BILL. CONNOLLY back for the Wolverines, for nex
Daily Sports Editor Stra ssilucran
It's a story of contrasts. Oa~rmanndsse frhegamn
Last Saturday the contrast was but spent the entire 60 minute
between the atmosphere' in the anxiously perched atop the 50
Michigan and the Michigan State yard marker in front of the Michi
dressing rooms. Yesterday there gan bench, personally greetinj
was an admirable change in the each team-mate as he left th~
demeanor of the Wolverines and playing field.
their coach, Bennie Oosterbaan, After the game, in the Dart-.
-- mouth dressing room, Indian
STATISTICS .oach Tuss McLaughry praised
the fight shown by his team,
Mich. Dart, saying: "I'm proud of the boys.
First Dowvns 12 15 They fought hard all the way."
Yards Rushing 168 148 "A cul ofpse Ov
Yards Forwards 178 127 "A cul ofpse. v
Forwards Attempted 19 30 our heads and that blocked kicl
Forwards Completed 8 g helped make the difference."
Forwards McLaughry was referring to thi
Intercepted by 3 * third-quarter Dartmouth p un
Punts, number 7 ! that was blocked by Michigan line
Punts, backer Tony Momisen, to set u
average distance 32.6 29.2 the Wolverine's fourth and fine
Fumbles, balls lost 5 0 touchdown.
Yards Penalized 9 5o0-----
as they prepared to greet the back-LI E P
slapping throngs which were Michigan Pos. Dartmouth
crowding the locker-room, doors. Clark ...... LE .... Marriott
s , * Perry Jennings
THE MICHIGAN coach gave in- Reeme Myers
dications of being pleased with the JHs ..o..LT.h.anbel
marked improrement of the game JonnMnan
but pointed out that there is still Bartholomew Herr.
room for more work. Kinyon...L .... Price
A. Jackson
When questioned about -the Powers
coming game with Army Ooster- Mc Williams
baan replied: "Army's good . .. Padjen....0... Staley
football is a rough game, and Farrer Vesprini
they play good football." Monmsen McNary
He stated that the return of Kreager Fedell
Chuck Ortmann, triple-threat tail- Kelsey Bloomer
_______________________ Kelsey ..... RG .... Morelli
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