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PRICE, THREE CENTS.

VOL. II.-No. 15.

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1891.

THE GIRLS SAY NO.
"Co-ed's" Society a Rare Article at
Wesleyan College.
Wesleyan University has a lively
sensation, and the young women
students are freely expressing their
minds regarding a new order from
the college authorities. Wesleyan
has many pleasant young men among
its students, and the girls have found
them agreeable companions in their
hours of leisure. The young gentle-
men have been permitted hot only
to escort the girls to entertainments
and social gatherings under the eye
of a chaperon, but also to call upon
them at their dormitory, which in
the slang of the institution is known
as "the roost."
President Raymond recently con-
ceived the.idea that the calls of the
young gentlemen should be systema-
tized and brought under college reg-
ulations. The matter was talked
over by the faculty, and it was con-
cluded that some plan should be
adopted whereby the president might
know which of the young gentlemen
were frequenting "the roost" and
which of the young ladies were the
special attractions to them. The
outcome of the affair was that a gen-
eral restriction has been placed upon
calls. The new rule requires the
filling out of a card in this form:
MIDDLETOWN, COaN......,1891.
:Signature of cater ..........
Residence......
Evening...... Hoar
Gentlemen are requested to ber in mind the
foltowing facts,
1. The ladies do not receive later than ten
oelock.
2. The ladies desire caller to conform to his
card.
Not transferable.
Name of lady ......--.
The members of the faculty claim
that the use of these cards will ope-
rate advantageously in several ways.
They can ascertain whether certain
students are calling too frequently;
whether it is advisable on account of
the personal character of any of
them to shut off the privilege, and
also to avert the inconvenience of a
young lady having too many callers
in an evening. A young gentleman
can hereafter obtain only one card a
week, on which is designated the
evening he may call. Each young
lady may receive not exceeding three
evenings in a week, and the faculty'
it is understood, will favor a differ-
ent caller for each evening rather
than to permit a fair student's "best

young man"to monopolize her entire
three evenings.
Neither the young ladies nor the
young gentlemen have objected to
the chaperon system, but they are
agreed in protesting against Presi-
dent Raymond's new rule as an
uncalled for interference with their
individual rights and privileges.
The Foot-Ball Game To-morrow.
The match between Michigan and
Albion will be commenced to-morrow
afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. The fol-
lowing will constitute Michigan's
eleven: Berry, centre; Tupper, left
guard; Thomas, right guard; Pear-
son, left tackle; Dygert, right tackle;
Van Inwagen, left end; De Pont,1
right end; Sherman, quarter-back;
Grosh, right half-back; Crawford,
left half-back; Duffy, full back.
The following is the Albion team:
Shultz, centre; Nielson, left guard;
Carr, right guard; Wooten, left
tackle ; Parmenter, right tackle;
McLain, left end; Landon, right end;
Burnham (captain), quarter-back;
Maynard, right half; Anderson, left
half; Reddick, full back; Warren
and Pooley, substitutes.
Burnham and Anderson are the
star players. Parmenter is a fine
all around player also. Anderson
plays with the D. A. C. He has
played foot-ball for about five years.
The eleven will average 165 pounds.
Carr, who weighs Zoo, is the heaviest
man on the eleven. Mr. S. C. Griffin
will manage the eleven. The Albion
players leave on the 8.14 a. m. train
Saturday and reach this place about
itz o'clock.
To Play Cornell at Chicago.
I--
"Mike" Murphy has consented
to come out three days in the week
and help coach the team. He goes
east for a week before coming here.
Manager Farrand has succeeded
in filling all the dates but one, Oct.
24. October 31, Butler, the state
champions of Indiana, who have
been coached by Princeton players.
The game will be played in Ann
Arbor. Nov. 7, Olivet at Jackson;
Nov. 14, Chicago at Chicago; No-
vember 21, an eastern college, at
Detroit; Nov. 26, Thanksgiving
day, Cornell at South Side park,
Chicago. A special train will be run
to Chicago and reduced rates given.
Albion To-motrow .

Another Unfinished Athletic Field' OF YOUR -
The new athletic grounds at Col- OUR SOCIETY BADGE
umbia College, although not form- WILL BE
ally opened, have been used for the Naied to You
last two weeks by the candidates for -:- Through Your
the foot-ball eleven. There has been NEW
much discussion all summer among C H A P TE R
Columbia men as to whether the--
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nevertheless they will afford ample
opportunities for practice games with
the second eleven. The main ob- I LIST
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stand. This will not be erected un-
til next summer, as the necessary E
funds are lacking. Otherwise the
field is in a very good condition.
The in-field or foot-ball ground has
been well sodded, and goal-posts
have been erected. The sodding
just covers the foot-ball field, the EA
goal lines being determined by the
end of the grass. When youwantthe Latest Metropolitan Styles
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The spack allotted for tennis courts Quaiiy.
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out. a _,English Mackintoshes,
Co-Education. Athletic and . '
We take the following from the Williams . . . Gymnasium Goods,
Weekly: I OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Dr. Bashford's remarks, made at
the opening of the term, in which he SAYE TIME AID MOIEY
urged upon the young ladies and
gentlemen the necessity of using ny Buying your
more discretion about walking to-
gether on the streets for pleasure,
should be heeded by every socially
inclined student during the coming of us while we see here.
months.-Ohio Wesleyan.
Dr. Stetson, president of Des CALLAGHAN & CO.
Moines (co-educational) college, hasC&
announced that students who fall in
love with each other during the PUBLISHERS,
term, are violating one of the col-
lege rules,. and are liable to severe
discipline.-The Delphic. 50 S. State St., Ann Arbor.

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