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TH E fICHIGAN DAILY
Official Newspaper at the Univeriity
Published every morning except Mon-
day throughout the school year.
Entered at the Post Office at Ann Ar-
bor, Michigan, under Act of Con-
gress of March 3, 1879.
Walter K. Towers.
Albert I. Dilley
News Editor.......Harry Z. roll
Athletic Editor........ Karl Matthews
Assistant ...........0. 0. Eldredge
Music and Drama ....Earl V. Moore'
Intercollegiate News Harold G. McGee
Files ..............Emmett Taylor
Arthur B. Moehlman Frank E. Shaw
Edward G. Kemp Maurice Myers
Howell Van Auken Louis P. Haller
Maurice 'oulme Mack Ryan
Wallace Weber 0. Harold Hippler
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John Townley Morris Houser
J. Selig Yellen Fred B. Foulk
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Morton R. Hunter Russell H. Neilson
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the class room, that a student will not
dare to resort to such devices, or else
leave the matter entirely to student
On paper, at least, the preference is
quite obvious, namely the one that de-
velops the type of mind that is sensible
to motives, other than craftiness and
expediency. The results of the system
in practice, sustain this preference ; not
only has the system proved feasible,
but further has been the means of de-
veloping closer relations between stu-
dent and instructor, and of the promo-
tion generally of a higher moral fibre.
Notably in the University of Virginia,
detection at cheating means the sum-
mary departure of the offender from
school, if not voluntarily, with the ad-
ditional impetus of a carriage upon a
telegraph pole by an escort of stu-
dents, to the edge of the town.
That such a system here *in Michi-
gan would -not be practicable, should
not be concluded hastily. After all,
human nature, and student nature, is
the same all the world over. Some
difficulty would probably be experienc-
ed at the outset; the chances are, with
first a campaign of education among
the students, and a sincere demand for
an honor system on their part, this
would vanish during the course of a
With an honor system for a creed
the university would be a more effect-
ive agent for the development of the
character of its graduates.
PROF. HOBBS WILL STUDY IN
FOREIGN LANDS DURING YEAR
Will Spend Leave of Absence in Work
on Geological Subjects and
on Arabian Survey.
Prof. W. H. Hobbs, who has recently
been granted a year's leave of absence,
will spend- a portion of his time in
Switzerland, studying the geological
processes by which mountains are
shaped, and in accompanying a survey
into the Arabian desert. He will leave
with his family from New York June
29. After spending a few days in Lon-
don at the 250th Anniversary of the
founding of the Royal Society, as the
representative of the University of
Michigan, he will leave for the conti-
nent. While en route to Egypt, where
the early months of 1913 will be spent,
he will visit Budapest, Athens, and
other large cities. The return to Eu-
rope will be by way of Italy and Sicily.
Prof. Hobbs expects to return to Ann
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Since in the recent annual Michigan
Union election, C. S. Kennedy and R.
W. Selby were tied for medic vice-
president, the tie will be voted off this
afternoon. The same candidates will
run for the position and the election
will take place in Manager Heath's
office from 4 to 6 p. m.
Dean Vaughan Goes to Atlantic City.
Dean Victor C. Vaughan left yester-
day for Atlantic City, N. J. where he
will attend a meeting of the American
Medical Association. Dr. Vaughan will
return to this city the latter part of
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JUNIOR RESEARCH CLUB DINES.
" WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5, 1912.
Celebrate Decade of Activity; NewI
Night Editor-Russell H. Neilson. Officers Elected at Feast.
The Junior Reseatch Club celebrat-
The Honor System. ed its first decade on the campus and
Periodically recurrent references to reported its latest unpublished re-
cheating in examinations serve as re- searches at the annual banquet of the
minders that the situation at Michigan, organ-ization last evening. At the be-
in that respect, is scarcely satisfactory, ginning of the meeting H. F. Adams,
Enough watch is taken of examination L. H. Cretcher, J. H. Ehlers, L. .
rooms to warrant the impression that Hoag, S. H. Regester, and J. E. Winter,
the matter is one of concern to the fac- the recently elected members, were in-
ulty, but the average student knows, itiated.
whether the professors do or not, that The newly elected officers are: pres-
the efficiency of the present system, ident, F. ' M. Loomis; vice-president,
as a means of extinguishing the prac- L. C. Johnson; secretary-treasurer, P.
tice of cheating, is small indeed. In o. Okkelberg. President-elect Loomis
other words, the situation is one that announced the committees for next
is not suceptible to treatment year. The ceremonies concluded by
by halfway measures; to effectu- the singing of "The Yellow and the
ally eliminate cheating either one Blue," and another volume of valuable
of two rigorous methods must be researches in all fields of scientific in-
adopted: either so thoroughly police vestigation was added to the archives
of the society.
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