Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, March 1886

The formation of the Inter-Collegiate Athletic Association of Pennsylvania and the Pennsylvania Inter-Collegiate Baseball Association give Dickinson students access to larger fields of play and more opponents.  Efforts to produce a Microcosm cease.  The Athletic Association decides to reject recognition of the separate teams created by the pro- and anti- co-education factions in the Freshman class, and the idea of a combined team is also rejected.  An underground co-education group is created, with rumors that it is named The Dickinson College Co-Ed Woman's Rights Association.  The Sophomore class holds the traditional Sophomore Banquet.  The Belles Lettres Society holds its annual anniversary.  The Inter-Collegiate Athletic Association of Pennsylvania meets, and plans an Inter-Collegiate Field Day for May 22.  The Inter-Collegiate Baseball Association sets out its rules and bylaws. 

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