Today in Michigan History

March 17, 1929

Social discourse was banned in Detroit.

An angry president of the University of Detroit threatened to expel a coed caught talking to boys. “It would not be so bad,” he added, “if they were content to talk with one boy at a time, but they insist on chatting with seven or eight.”

Thank you Michigan Start Pages for this glimpse into our past.  See more here.

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