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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1923

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THISLATHIS EUteritz Praised As Greatest
COLOSES-N OLUM NQuarterback In Country
CLTSES CLOSES
AT 3M A VER ISI G A 3 .M. This is what H. G. Salsinger of the! der ran over the Ohio S

VARIlTY SHOIN,,S SPEED
Today IN OHIOSTE CLS
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Detroit News says about Uteritz and

DAILY CLASSIFIED RATES his field generalship in the Ohio State!
10c per reading line for one or two insertions, 9c per reading line for game-
three or more insertions,,cash in advance. Minimum, 3 lines per insertion "There has been n
Charged at the rate of 12c per reading line for one or two insertions, .11 per there of fo nothing so rare int
the :wine of football as an efficient
reading line for three or more insertions. White space charged for at same quarterback. There are plenty of
rates. Classifieds charged only to those having phones. Ask about contracts Ibacks and good backs, some of them
for classified advertising. brilliant, but among them have been
Classified Column Closes at 12 o'Clock Noon, SatUrday. I found few efficient pilots.
"Jimmie-the-Ad-Taker" I "This being the condition in foot
b__________________ofV__riof_ - . th., k .

LOSTl
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Bldg., Monday morning a Green
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REWARD.
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with name Jean McArthur. Reward.
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FOUND
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r !tne worx of Uteritz of michigan
REAL ESTATE becomes all the more impressive.
Right now hie promises to become the
SIX ACRES of land just outside city outstanding quarterback of the season
limits, of 1923.
ONE HUNDREID acres on car line, one Picked Man
mile from Ann Arbor. "Uteritz was picked at the start of
last season to develop into a crack
MEAT MARKET, with all fixtures, quarterback. His work during the
utensils, etc. This is a splendid early games did not impress us. He
opportunity for a good business improved and no one who saw Uteritz
man. Call on pilot the Michigan team to victoryl
.. W. DWYER - against Minnesota at Minneapolis last'
508 First Nat'l Bank Bldg. November could doubt his ability. The
MIS;ELLANEOUS quarterbacking of Uteritz in that,
_game was one of the finest exhibitions!
Pretty bowl and three large nar- of generalship and leadership we
cissus bulbs, 50,. Larger bowl and have seen in foot ball.
five bulbs 75c. You will enjoy "Having had two years' experience
watching them grow. We have bulbs Iteritz was qualified to reach his
of all kinds. best form this season and Uteritz
HARRIS SEED STORE, delivered against Ohio State on
300 E. Washington, Cor. 5th. Ferry Field last Saturday. In our
opinion that was the best job of
OPERATOR give me 3130. Is this quarterbacking that has been seen
Green, the man that hauls rubbish in Ann Arbor since the open game
and ashes? Yes. 520 Detroit St. was introduced.
"Uteritz was the predominating star
.. 'EW 'R REPAIR!N( of' the Michigan-Ohio State game. Not
ALL MAKES. Agency Woodstock and lone did he run his team practically
ALI, MAKE'St'flawsyatoleastcwithout
Oliver typewriters, Sundstrand add- arkithout flaws, at least without a
ing machine, Line-a-Time copyImarked error, but his forward passing
holders, rubber stamas, ribbons, was the best that has been seen at
cushion keys, type cleaners and sup- echigan. He timed his throws per-
plies. Machines rented. fectly and he twice threw Michigan
ANN ARBOR TYPEWrITER into touchdowns.
EXCHANGE. Phone 88G. downtown "The most interesting feature of
foot ball is the work of the quar-
terback. Nothing is more delightful
If you want a typewriter that will than the generalship of a smart pilot
stand up buy a Corona. 17 years of and there are so very few that dot
service, 500,000 users, 30,000 in the their work intelligently that when one
war. The New Moldel Cprona vith develops I( causes a sensation.
many improved features is only $50 i Otwited Buckeyes
with case Other makes of tyvewrit- "

"Ohio did not dare to pull in he;' (Continued from Page Six)
backs for had she done this Uteritz ered punts well and tackled hard.
would have passed. Ohio State was Louie also managed to grab a long
lost either way. pass from Uteritz that put the Maize
"The varied attack dumbfounded and Blue in a position to score.
Ohio State and left Wilce's team help- "Red" Miller continued to play his
less. Uteritz created a situation that steady brand of ball on Saturday,
was beyond the scope of his oppon- carrying the ball for those much
ents." needed short gains through the center
of the line and backing up the line
Will He Be Yost's well on defense. Miller seems to be
T } 1progressing with each game and
Next uAdp-Americanrhod prove even more effective.in
future contests.
Captain Kipke seems to be rounding
into his own again. Harry ran the ball
in superb fashion, his end run in the
second quarter putting the ball in
position for Blott's place kick. Harry
also got off some excellent punts, get-
ting distance and height with each
kick. Herb Steger was also an im-
portant cog in both offense and de-
fense. Herb scored two touchdowns.
one after catching a pass and the sec-
ond in the closing mintues of play by
hitting the line.
Uterltz, responsible for the team's
attack, was brilliant. The little quar-
ter caught punts with that unerring
judgment of his and was liquid in the

IRWIN C. UTERIZ
Probably the greatest quarterback
the season will produce, and un-
doubtedly the best who has ever
played at Ferry Field since the inaug-
uration of open play, was H-. G. Sal-
singer's comment upon "Uty," Mich-
igan's versatile field general.

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Phone 1075-W.
A COLUMBIA phonograph, portable
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Apply after 4:30 p. m. at 224 So.
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DIRT CHEAP. Overland, tires and
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FOUNTAIN PENS
FOUNTAIN PENS AND INK
A straight tip. Buy nationally dis-
tributed merchandise and you will get I
good service everywhere.
Yonr name engraved on fountain
pens and metal pencils for 25 cents.
Purchase made here free of charge.
Our nationally distributed fountain
pens and ink carry a money back
guarantee. Liberal allowance on youi
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We assume government tax on all
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0. D. MORRILL
17 Nickels' Arcade
The Stationery & Typewriter Store
if you write, we have it. f
WANTED
A WHITE BOY for dishwashing at
819 So. State street.
UNIVERSITY GIRL, who want to
earn board or board and room. 1337
Belser St. Phone 2002-R.
WANTED HELP
SINGLE MAN' to act as porter in fra-
ternity house. Call Sage 1399.
MAN TO DRIVE car, on occasion or
spare time. Only an experienced
and careful driver need reply. Ad-

C I~l ~ c~C.v41v Running the Michigan teami
ers accepted as part pay'mont. Repair- .gaist Ohio State was not a simple
5ing and Supplies.
0.gD.ndOuppILLs-undertaking for Wilce had pointed
0. D. M1ORRILL, netkn
Ohio State for this game, had given
17 Nickels Arcade.hite
Dealer: Corona and L. C. Smith Type- his team plenty of plays and had
Ityeale:C ouwriteehae-. also worked out what he considered
writers. If you write, e have it. an adequate defense against Michigan
plays. So, outwitting the Buckeyes
TYPEWRITE was a difficult task.
Rebuilt Typewriters of All Makes. "Never has a quarterback worked
Guaranteed for one year. Lowest with more consistent smoothness than
WE will deliver, for your free trial, Uteritz showed on Saturday He 'a-
prices. No. 3 Corona $25. IUnder- 'rysma te operdseleono
wvood, Remaington, HIamm~ond and oth-; asmd h rprslcino
r porta s e d second hndt ays and he continually crossed up
lrorfiguesAllwmakdecboughtasdOhio State.
low figures. All makes bought, sold' J "Michigan last year beat Ohio State
rented, exchanged, cleaned and re- I by using Ohio State's system of play
paired. and Michigan repeated last Saturday.
17 NcDMOraILL e There had been a great deal of talk
17 Nickels Areade. about the Michigan forward passing
Dealer: Corona and L. C. Smithi l t eMchgnfrar asn
attack and Ohio State came preparod
Typewriters. Established 190S. to halt the overhead game. However.
Phone 1718. Uteritz did not launch into a passing
v SET y E f game but opened with a running at-
SCOSM'TIC S1-VICE - tack. Then, when he had the Ohio
Every WOMAN with a BEARD secondary defense pulled in to support
Should know that the Superfluous the first line and stop the Michigan
Hair Growth can be permanently and ' louges, he began forward passing.
safel'y removed by electrolysis. The first score, a goal from placement.
Work done by competent graduate was made possible by means of a for-
nurse operator. Fees reasonable. ward pass. Two touchdowns follow-
ELECTRIC - COMSMETiC SERIvCE ed and both of them were scored on
Hours: 224 Nickel's Arcade !forward passes.
1 to 4:30 (2nd FLOOR) Uteritz Crafty
.;"By this time Ohio State was de-
MUSICAL moralized. The Ohio defense spread
widely, to break up the Michigan for-
SOUSA'S BAND on Victor Records. ward passing, and just when it seemed
Complete stock of Victor Records at that Michigan would try to score an-
Schaeberle Sons Music House. other touchdown by the overhead sys-
Sys-ten, Uteritz suddenly shifted to a
planaing attack.
BASKTTETBiNAE"Before the game one of the Michi-
TASKE TL MARE NE ER E Igan coaches said:
TRYOUTS ARE NEE DElD I a" 'We will start with a running at-
M t u f st tack, but of course, we don't expect
More tryouts rto score a touchdown that way, for it
basketball manager are needed. is out of the question. Michigan can
All men who have been on the inot score on Ohio State by rushing.'
campus one year are eligible. E "And here was Michigan rushing.
Men caring to try out are ask- I Uteritz would fall back, 10 yards be-
ed to report at the gymnasium bind the line, threatening to pass.
at 7:30 o'clock any night. I Ohio State would spread. A Michi-
gan back would take the ball on a
T direct pass and plunge through the
I line. Down after down was reeled off.
Read the Want Adsl every plunge through center or tackle.
And Michigan did not stop until Ste-
MICHIGAN SPOR TS
are best told by those who watch them day by day. The Daily
sports staff is composed of men who, since they came to Michigan,
have watched Yost, Mather, Farrell and Fisher teams constantly.
They know Michigan sports by actual contact with them. In addi-
tion THE DAILY IS THE ONLY COLLEGE NEWSPAPER IN THE
COUNTRY WHICH REGULARLY PUBLISHES SPORTS EXTRAS.

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