The Si28(d, pγ)Si29 reaction has been studied by measuring angular distributions of the protons leaving Si29 in its first and second excited states and by measuring the correlation between the protons of each group and the gamma rays emitted from the corresponding level. The angular distributions of proton groups p1 and p2 exhibit large peaks in the backward direction, indicating that heavy-particle stripping may be important. The (p1, γ) correlations were found to be isotropic to +/-6%. This is substantially different from the correlation which has been observed at a higher deuteron energy. The (p2, γ) correlations are consistent with a 52+ level in Si29 at 2.03 Mev. One (p2, γ) correlation shows a 20% anisotropy in the plane perpendicular to the direction taken by the recoil nucleus, while another (p2, γ) correlation is essentially isotropic.