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VOL. VIf. No. 43. UNIVERSITY OF MlIC HIGAN, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1895. FOUR PAGE-3 CENTS.
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AIICHIIGAN'S CLOSE CALL.
LAST YEAR'S RULES AND MASS
PLAYS NOT LOOKED FOR.
Our Men Still Sore From the Har-
vard Game-Play Loosely at the
Start-Purdue Men F lay Toether.-
ihe last hoime game of the sesn
caine near being a defeat, the only one
on lhe home grountds this year. Ptr-
diue made tie strongest showing f
atny team which has been here this
year, san this, together with the reac-
tion from tho Harvard game, cane
iear being disastrous for Michigan.
U7ntil a minsute of tie close tie 'Var-
sity was ahead at n stagce of the
gaime, Purdtue scoring tfirtotiouc-
down in acti hal.
Up to tie last three mrinutes ~ici-
gan's play was slow and raller tos,'.
Ini defensive they were tnder a sisad.
vattage from tie fact'that they were
iutused to the olstriles, so thatt'r-
tiiie's imass plays, orkest to perfection.
Thirete fought well, ut semtetdiin-
able to check Purdue's advancesi
io seconrd half, with the ball nearly
upn to Michitgain's goal, they weie hotld-
tog Psurduie ack well when an offside
play gave thne latter the distance neces-
isairy to rush tie ball over tielitie for
tire seconid touichdsown. Michigan's
ofensive work wa weak atrumuy
potns of the gamre, aid they seemed
unrble to iiake stbstantial gains wheii
the tal as ini thirt'hands. Ferbert,
iiade miost of the gains, rnd Holires
Seiaterlnt(Geenleaf dirt excellent
work ini tackling rnd blocktingiutrs-i-
t'irdue's liue as strsog tnidttheir
mass plays sn taiidem iterfereniee
wiere very effective. 'their lds were
strong aiid were very quick iii getting
downt the fieis. Estei ine plryed a
good gaiie at full-back tntti somei
Tire line Ot:
Purdue .Position ichligan
Marshall..... . e ....Senter
Robertson. . t........... Yoit
Kirciroff.I. . g. '....ooter
Keicireval---...c. .......... Denby
Webb ..... .g ....... Hatt
Awardl. ..... t. ..leniiiger
Schmitz... . .Qe. . . (reenleaf
Moore.I.... i..h t.....erbert
-smithr.. - ... i.thl...iolitere
.famiesour. si.... b.... t.horres
Esterline...f. b. ...Blomrigtll
Bloomiiigstoii kicked off to the 25-
yard ine, slid urdue carried the ball
t" few yards forward. After a few
snrall gains Simitthi'carriet irte ball
around the end for tweity yards. The
ball was again rushed forward by
small gains anti then went to Mici-
gun on a fuintil. After gains by in-
haster, Seter, Htenningeir, Ferbert aid
Floopter, Biloomiiigstoiipntetrun Fer-
iert took ithe, ball. Htollister, Ferber.
Seater rian Yont giedt and Blomr-
tington ipiintedttweity-ivi' yads
After ineffectnrl atteiipts to gai,
t'irdiie pirted aid Michigan snoi re-
turned it. Esteriue againrpustred sid
Btloomnrgstoni returned it. sterliue
tiuntend totFerbe(rt an tHollister iiiid
puiintedt andI Purdue had rutted tie
tli ll tiptsthe feld by startiad-
vanices whrenr it went over to Michigan.
Iloomiugstoii attemrpteit to pntr but
wasi blocked aniit Maisha~ll took the
ball with at clear eist for a touchdown.
(Goal. Sore-tPusrtue 0t. ichigan I0.
ttlootngston kickedi off andI after
aii iiieffectual atteimit to ganr Purdue
pisted. Bloomingstonr wenttiioigi
for twenty-ive yards aird terbet by a
bwriirtt rnn took the ball ovei for it
touichinowniniiose iiinuie. Blomiin-
stoii kickesd gorrl. Score, GtiI.
Htoliiets carried tie lall foiscrurdl
trout the kick-off aiid ball was oii
Mtchigan's It-yard line wh-len tirie was
Btloominiugstont carried the ball for-
' wrdthirty ,yards fromiilaisk-off. len-
nitnger, Ferbert ant Yont mart smarli
gritsin(sodBloomngrson lis. n at bluhiff
kick. Boomigstonpiitedt anthtte
tball was carried forwart twenity-iv-(
yards. With the bll at twel-t yards
froii the line, Purdue got ten yads on
offside tnt Robertson wentoser the
fire for at tou-hdowvn. No goal. Seers'
-Put-due 1, Mchiganu G.
Aictigan ktsked ott' ansi tter fail
ire tot gatn Esterlinre iunted. Ferbert
ant Villa. vho tisidireplasestYort,
iiride gintii5anst loominugton lost oii
a'. bluff kisk. tPurdie fatest to gai
tntjpunted. Mtchiganr then rstest
the tail iplteistd oiisccesive
gaiiisty H-ollister, Hteniinger, Vila,
Senter ansd Richards, raid Henninger
went os-ct'the linesfori ttsthdow-i.
Blooimingstoii kicked ti iflctiltgorl
sndthrie gamte was wonr 12-itt.
Villa took tiebrall forwarsi firomtie
kick-ott atn Villa ands Seter htl at"
tied it forward to tie 0-yard lite
when time was called.
Minnesota Is Winner.
Itswill adsi interest to tie grme at
tDetroit net Srtuday to know tiatt
tinesta defeatedt Wisconsin at Mii-
nreapolis Saturdlay, 14-t0. It wvas a
close game, with lurst one stie areas,
thein thi( other. Mininiesota's stpet-
lority ini the lite scous to hve beni
tire deciding element. Futlton, tie
Minriesota center, matde de gretest
shtowing of tll andt is said to have
toyed with Kni, tie big Wisconsin
Subscribe for the Daffy.
HIE ACTS JUST LIKE THEM.
LELAND T. POWERS 1S MASTER
OF THE ART.
A Large Audience at University
Hall-The Rivals" Is Well Exe-
cuted-A Beautiful Poem.
Satuirdaryserrning aout :10 o'lok
Uiversiiy IrIali cottaiedtrbott two.
throssandstpeople wire were centertied
ini tire secondsiumbrrsr of tie S. 11. A.
couse. Le'lrand T.Ptowrs e'ntred
upon tire stage folowedt by trofesor
Ti-uebloosd, wire after a few moments
madreica very apptrorirte introducstiont
of Mr. Power. trofessor Trueblood
aftert-muaking a few riuiuouuieenrers
srud: "Ladisies att ntls'emen, a tisiri-
tber of years ago wihen the earl of
Bericoursfielden uteresdtie English parr-
liamrentie attemrptesd to imake a sisei
ands so louds were tie jeers of tie oi-
psostig party thrill ie ws obligedt to
desist.itut befors'trking iis sat tin
shook iis fist at themriandri iae this
remairrk, 'I mairy have tobe silent nos,
bitt tire rune will conic wheiytu stati
hear tie.' Sts;just twelve yerrs ragor u
Boston last ashestalltndrulgent fatter,
ini all othr'resitects, to permrit him11 to
go upotht ie singe. Bit tie father's
wodoti etcouseti.santtin'young uni,
tururig raway usrremrke't, 'All ight,
frther, iutl the imers'wiltcoerewhen'urI
shrll be ai whitle therter mrys'lf.' 's'
have that yong manr wiothraith uis
After outiningiis pray to tie auti-
circe, Mr. P'owsers prcededs to !in-
pesosnate thero ist ipromintitiucharrua-
tees of "'Tie Rivaltis."Ilietdiidti'htie
play itle four ucs, tie first twot tak-
tug pinsc in tie foenoonr anthtie trast
two irs thin' rfternron of tirse, tii'dry.
'lie morstimpretrant chararrcters irrper-
sonrrtesh iy Mr. t'owers wrn' "Bolt
As-re," ai s-ry gonrohuatures, jlly fe'l-
buy-butt of unotcourge-- tvho wrantet
to tight ni duel; Sir Anthony Abselute,
whio was sdeterinrst to get iis sontu
Jrck a rrue tud tendri wife; Jrck
Absolnte, ri yonug capitirwied s'tto
tire noldtge'ntlem'urar dlatinedstotsrunu
rawry with this'very girl irisfrtert was
urglig him tsrrrr; Sit' tuisu
)t'rigger, anIr ishmanrui ruhis trd tt
inmbitbe "Bob" with tieipropr' courrg'
to fight a diuel, bitt his efforts were itt
At tire slose of tie plary Mr. Powers
grave rs smrallhoe-act sesne andstre-
dieredt a be'rutifuli poe'mr.
P'rof. Pnttee rerandra a'periefors'tie
Eugireeriig Soiey hFridhy evenig
our "Brrouetric Mnrrsutirs'etitof Al-
titudte." 'flitspnper gae tieresicult
of a series of experimnts carried out
by Prof. Pettee unuder tie deprtuent
of Geology Inthie state of (Caifornir.