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THAT aOPHOMORE FLAG.
Ai xcited Freshman on the War
Last Saturday forenoon six jo-
Sophomores made up a
scheme to out-do the Freshmen at
the Fiel D -
SFteld Day games. With the
two co-ed Sophs., a large
ag Was made of the class colors,
we in large figures on its
lve of these six fellows got in-
to the judges' stand on the fair
greflfs- A few other Sophs.
Were en to the scheme by this
fpe Just as the rope broke the
fre unfurled their flag, to the
great dismay of the Freshmen.
th exciting rush followed, but
e Freshmen did not succeed in
getting into the stand, though oiie
oph- did. Prof. de Pont order
~4 the flag taken in. During this,
Strugle ensued among the six
,phs., each trying to get a large
-rtio0 The Freshmen succeeded
ettng only a small part of the
rothis episode on the fair
gond tlere are several interest-
i seque s. Sunday, in a board-
F esh iere there are several
reshmen and Sophs., a Soph. en-
Wh in an excited manner, and
o isered a few significant words
tewo ot er Sophs; all of whom
tO t out at once. ' Two Freshmen
aths as a direct declaration of
Cr and acted accordingly.
ossing the street to their room
odd armed himself with a revolver
th pursued the Sophs.; but as
ot atter succeeded in keeping
the way, no blood-was shed.
imier lDoming, at chapel, an
partret Freshman showed a
hall of the captured flag in the
h Three Sophs. "spotted"
5is ba1d shortly relieved him of
VERSITY OF MICHIGAN, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1890.
PRICE 3 CENTS.
Leland T. Powers.
If the first entertainment of
the Lecture Association is to de-
cide the matter, the Association
will have a successful and pros-
perous year. Saturday evening
University Hall was nearly filled,
and only a few scattering seats
were vacant. Mr. Leland T.
Powers impersonated several of
the characters in "David Copper-
field." The entertainment con-
sisted of four acts and worked out
the maid features of the two
important plots of Dick-ens'
book, - the story of Little
Emily, and the account of Uriah
deep's plots and their exposure
Of course an impersonator like
Mr. Powers is thrown entirely
upon his own resources. He can
borrow nothing from scenic effect
or from a suggestive make-up.
Under these conditions to picture
to the audience the features of any
character is a difficult matter, yet
Mr. Powers was able to hold the
attention of the audience and re-
ceived the applause of the most
exacting. Especially worthy of
mention was his delineation of
the characters of Peggoty, Uriah
Heep, and Micawber. The old
fisherman, perhaps, was the most
difficult for an artist of Mr.
Powers' appearance and turn of
genius, but the study which he
had given overcame any natural
disqualification and the delinea-
tion was a success. Micawber
and ileep, characters of a stamp
directly opposite to one another,
were managed with equal ease.
In the delineation of female
characters the actor was the
weakest, and the entertainment
was so arranged as to give the
greatest prominence to male char- W right, Kay & Co.
Mrs. Powers has a voice of Foreign Buyers, Importers of Gems
great sweetness and her singing and Art Goods, Jewelers acd Op-
gave pleasure to all, though she 5 ooqs qanufacturers of the
wss under the disadvantage of be- Fnest Society eadges rnladeSri the
ing obliged to play her own ac-
acopnmn.courltru. Samples sent upon pro-
accompaniment. per refereqces,
Geological Society. Dcti-oitOjp ia flexun'S Bf f.
Those in attendance at the
meeting of the Geological Society 140 WOODWARD AVE.,
Friday, Nov. 7, were both enter-
tained and instructed. Mr. Geo. Detroit, - - Mich!:an .
D. Sones gave a very interesting
talk on Michigan Gypsum. The WHEN IN YPSILANTI,
interesting way in which he STOP AT THE
spoke of the mining, preparing b .. .
for market, uses, etc., of gypsum, OCIDENTL
commanded the closest attention Special Rates t Students.
of those present. Various
mens were exhibited.
should have been present.
Janausohek in Macbeth.
Madame Janauschek will ap-
pear in Macbeth at Ypsilanti,
Wednesday night. She is partic-
ularly good in the heavier parts
In speaking of the sleep-walk-
ing scene, the Boston Post says:
"The severest critic has but to
remain an auditor only during
this brief period and he will be
convinced that the divine fire of
genius still lurks within her
Columbia college will have fine
athletic grounds next season, for
the Alumni Association has re-
cently authorized the purchase of
a desirable piece of property for
that purpose, which will cost $80,-
000. The big college foot-ball
matches and inter-collegiate ath-
letic games will doubtless here-
after be held on these new
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The Management takes pleasure in an-
nouncing the appearance of the matchless
JA1IAU SC HEH I
Wednesday, Nov. 12,
Under the management of T. A. HALL,
in her incomparable impersonation of
In Shakespeare's great masterpiece, sup-
.E2L SJW h .R?1
And a splendid Company.
Historical Costuming and Equipment I
The trnin leaves Ann Arbor at 6 p. m.,
city time; returning, is timed to leave Ypsi-
lanti at 10:45, but will be held back until
close of performance. Excursion rates for