Article number IX. of the rules governing the Cooperative Association provides that the superintendent may give credit, limited as to time and amount, provided that the purchaser furnishes a bond to the amount of twenty-five dollars. There will, doubtless, be considerable discussion over this article at the meeting this evening, and we would suggest a plan which certainly would induce a larger number of students to patronize the association. Let credit be given to a certain amount for articles purchased and the amount charged on the term bills. Many students will patronize the tradesmen, even if they pay a higher price, provided that they can obtain credit for one month or longer; whereas, if they patronize the association, all amounts above twenty-five dollars will have to be paid in cash, which is not always convenient to the majority of students.
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