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Minnesota Given the Worst Beating
It Has Ever Received from
the Wolverines
LOCAL FOLLOWERS SEE WHAT
THE YOST TEAM REALLY IS

MICHIGAN FOOTBALL TEAM CLOSES
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Michigan ended its 1921 football sea-
son in an impressive fashion Satur-
day by trouncing its old rival, Min-
nesota, 38 to 0. The Wolverines reach-
ed the height of their playing form
against the Gophers, handing the
Northmen the worst beating of the
year and the worst defeat a Michi-
gan team has ever administered to a
Minnesota eleven. Michigan's offen-
sive was a revelation and had the
same backfield been able to start in all
of the Conference games it is doubt-
ful if the Wolverines' losing column
would have been marred by defeat.

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Uteritz, Kipke, Cappon - and Roby
formed a slashirg quarette which
gained at will and advanced the ball
from all formations.
Uteritz a Field General1
Uteritz used football strategy whicht
insures Michigan of having one of thet
best field generals in the ConferenceF
during the next two years. CalledI
into the game after the injury of Teds
Banks in the Aggie Came, Uteritz
found his game against Minnesota and
gave the rooters two exhibitions oft
open field running that have not beenl
surpassed this year. In his sprintr
around right end in the opening min-
utes of play to the two yard line he
took the Gophers by surprise, while;
his 60 yard run through the entireI
Minnesota. team for a touchdown aft-;
er intercepting one of their passes;
left the field filled with struggling1
Northmen. Uteritz started this sprint1
from the 25 yard line, took the Gopher
pass on the run from the 40 yard line,
to the Minnesota goal line. In this
run the diminutive Wolverine quarter
was going at top speed and aided by
excellent interference was able to
elude the Maroon and Gold tacklers.
Cappon Most Versatile
Cappon made his first appearance on
Ferry field as a backfield man and
gave further evidence of his versatil-1
ity. Cappon is a terrific line plung-
er. His smashes doubled over the op-
posing linemen and on several occa-
sions he drove through with such force
that he upset the Minnesota secondary
defense. "Cappie" was originally a
backfield man but it was not until the
Illinois and Wisconsin games that he
had a chance to display his plunging
prowess in Big Ten company. Cappon
is the greatest all-around man in the
Conference, if not in the country. He
can play any line position and with
the system now in use of having backs
receive the pass from the center he
could be used in any backfield position.
Cappon started at end last year where
he made a place on Eckersall's sec-
ond All-Western.
Kipke An End Runner
Kipke more than justified the. pre-
season predictions made on the
strength of his playing. The forner
Lansing player is one of the most
finished football players Michigan has
had in years. Kip's injury in the
Ohio game was a great blow to Yost's
plans but since his return he has
been a terror to opponents.
Doug Roby, hard hitting fullback,
got his chance when Usher was laid
out and has won a name among Big
Ten circles that will long be respect
ed. Roby, more than any one else has
figured in Michigan's forward pass at-
tack which has just seen its most suc-
cessful season of recent years. Roby,
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Vick One Of Best
Ernie Vick further strengthened his
claim for All-Western and All-Am-
erican honors by playing rings around
Aas, his huge Gopher rival. Ernie
has been at the height of his career in
the Illinois, Wisconsin, and Minnesota
games, and ended his career on Ferry
field in a blaze, of glory which will
long mark him as.one of Michigan's
greatest along with Schultz and Lam-
bert.
Paul Goebel played his usual sterl-
ing game on the defense, nipped Min-
nesota runners and broke up their
plays -before they had gotten under
way. Frequently Goebel pushed ,Min-°
nesota's interference aside and tackled
the ball carrier for a loss.
Mufrhead Stars
Stanley Muirhead was in every play
that a tackle could enter into and out-
played his larger rival throughout the
game. Muirhead was a great find this
year and is probably the best sopho-

like Cappon, is a terrific line smasher
and was always good for a few yards
through the line. Doug can also skirt
the ends and receive passes. Roby
was the only man in the Conference
to cross the Wisconsin goal line this
season.
Michigan Best in All Ways
Michigan's victory over Minnesota
and the power of the Wolverines'
great backfield is apparent in the com-
parative yards fined. Michigan re-
turned kick-offs and punts for a
total of 140 yards as compared with
83 for the Gophers. On nine punts,
Wolverine kickers averaged 39 yards
a kick for a total of 352 yards. Min-
nesota averaged 37 for a total of 222
in six kicks. On end runs, Michigan
gained 109 yards to 43 for the Gop-
hers. On plunges the Wolverine backs
made 173 yards while the Gophers
gained 72. .
Michigan displayed a more versatile
attack against the Gophers than it
has against any Conference team this
season. All doubts as to Coach Yost's
ability to turn out a team versed in
the open game were dispelled after
the Wolverines romped away with Dr.
Williams' eleven. Three passes were
completed by the Wolverines in six
attempts to gain by the overhead
route.

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displayed the fight that made h:
famous at Illinois and. Wisconsin. )
though Johns is handicapped by la
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played well in Dunne's place wh
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Gob Wilson also ended his career
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