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March 20, 1926 - Image 2

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PACE TWO

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Honest In Examinations En 113, Thiensville, Wis., farmer, to pro-
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LOYALTY IS LACKING

can save the life of the sick man.

Although admitting that the honor
system of examinations has met with
some success. at the University of
Virginia, Prof. C. 11. Cooley of the
sociology department, yesterday, said
,th'at it has not met "anywhere near
as much success" at the hundreds of
other institutions where it has been
tried.
Prof. Cooley stated that "the actual
state of feeling in most colleges is
that students are honest in examina-
tions." Although the percentage cif
"cheaters" is small, he believes the at-'
titude of the honest student toward1
the "cheater" is not severe enough.
The difficulty lies in the fact that the
honest student does not report theG
-dishonesty of the -student hie observos!
cheating.
Professor Cooley believes that if thej
student's attitude towards fairness ni
examinations and athletics were M en-;
tical, the honor system would be ef-
fective.
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Today-Screen
Arcade - "The New Command-
ment," with B~en Lyon and
Blanche Sweet.
?Majesti c--"Rainbow Riley," with
Johinny Hines,.
Wuerthi-- "Wages For Wives,"
with Jacqueline Logan.
Today-Stage
Garrick (Detroit) - "Dancing
Mothers," with Mary Young
and John Hialliday.
Bonstelle Playhouse (Detroit)-
"Why Not?"
Shuhert Lafayette (Detroit) -
"Charlot's Revue."
New :Detroit (Detroit) -"George
White's Scandals."

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