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A Yale man writes to a Western paper: "I do not sympathize with the government of the college here. Everything is required of the students under compulsion. They seem to be dealt with as so many rascals. I was going to say that a student could not be a man if he wanted to be. It may be that I am unduly prejudiced in favor of the government at your university, yet I believe to develop honest manhood you must put a man on his honor. This compulsory law does not extend over the seminary. Theologues are proper young men, supposed to be present at chapel every morning."

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