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TUEISDAY, MARCH 22, 1927

AL AL MAVAJA. . .i 1 tA n JC1.-I_

T 1I" lY MT r 1VtC~M f1HlAT

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nHnNOR PSYCHOLOGY HAS
HONR vSirnGIENPROVED POPULAR
NATION 1N10[ SUV IY i of1lthOui.,Ionly aminor departmnit
of theUnierity haing one 010inst u(-
- for and six students ih the, laboratory I
(Continued From Page One) 00 years ago, the pyhlg eat
There are 10, institutions in these, meat has grown by leaps and bounds
where the engineering colleges have alid now has more than 2200 students
an Honor system in successful oper-;
ation. Three other institutions reor have lhad very complete reports from'
Hono syytem failres andabotwo or three colleges onl exceptional-
ly successful Honor systems. Fo urth,
three others report various attempts to'!afil ieadqieitmt so
adopt, which failed. (The name Honor I ciation with many students has enalbl-
system is here applied to the systemsI ed me(. to gather information at first
which failed and were d}iscarded; in .lhand.
fact, they were in general Honor Sys-f With this explanation, it is hoped'
tems in name only)., that although this story ,is written so
Eight of the remaining institutions' that it may sound like one man's point
report that, in the absence of a for-1 of view, it is based upon the collected
mally adopted Honor system, they j experience of many peopte.I
have a condition claimed to give some-' As far as cold figures go, most of
what eqlaivalent results, by which, in- the statistical results of the Tau Beta'
cidentally, student honor is recogniz-i Pi Hlonor system survey have alreadyel an su c sf ly r i d up .b en r s nt . F g r s c n ot el
We have here then, out of 33 col- the story of the h-onor system; onlyj
leges of engineering, 10 operating un- words can do that. It is proposed from.
der the Honor system and 8 with con- II here on to tell the story in as broad,
ditions held to be equivalent, or 181 and complete a fashion as possible,
in all" reporting a. healthy situation sujc'otelmatoso pc n
with respect to, student honor. abilities of 'the wuriter.' Let it be under-
The reader should also know that stood at the outset that I shall not at-
more than one kind of source of In- tempt to steer a middle course in thisI
formation has helped to make this treatment; I am thoroughly,"in favor
story what it is. First, the returned Iof thme good. 1Honor' system., and quite
questionnaires have yielded statisti al as fully opposed to tihe bad, dlefective,
information. Second, letters accom- or false Honor system; hence, per-
panying the questionnaires have given sonal bias may inevitably enter some
much insight that the questionaire of the conclusionsl
alone could not bring out. Third, I(oniedinxtsu)
ESTABLISHED 1818
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enrolled in its courses, thus ranking was given at that time as the last half
as one of the major departments of of a course inl philosophy.
time University today.f
In 1897 the department was located? COLUMBIA. - Tile National Inter-
in Mason hail and had three small ;schlas1~tic Press society is holding its
rooms in which to work. Prof. Walter! 1527 convention here.
B. Pillsbury was then the sole ii
structor and laboratory research 01110 STATE.-Tau Beta Pi will
'worker. Tile course in ps ychology pledge 18 juniors.

....,_

YpsilantiNormal Concert Course

Sigrid Onegin9

Contralto

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Song Recital--Tuesday, March 22, 8 P. M.
Single Tickets, $3.00-Pease Auditotrium
(Curse ickets for Flinal Three Coucerts-$4.(0
Onmegin; (Carl Friedberg (Pianist)
l arrere -ich~ards (Flute and Hlarpsichmord)

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TODAY AND WED. ONLY

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$40 Per Day an dUp
at the Ritz!

You're invited for
We promise you a
and no expense

a week-
great time
at all.
Here's a Comedy
Rlomancie Served
an a Silver
flatter

A
"S.AY'P

MADISON AVE NUE COR. FORTY-FOURTH STREET
NEW YORK
Our representative will be at the
HOTEL ST.ATLER
DETROIT
Today and Tomorrow
March 22 and 23

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Send for BROOIKS'S .Miscelany

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WOJS'.C .fiT ~ONi
LITT& U lO t .

1PALM -BEACH
PLAZA BUILDING
A 9 6. v -4410 "*

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"Pink" Watson, Ritz Hotel WITH
'phone girl de looks, swore she'd JACK MILHALL
marry a Millionaire-until she And Excellent Gast

OF

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University School of Music

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LCLa vaimi. vviiuprssedu nis suit
so smartly she traded her dreams
of a Rolls-Royce for a taxi-cab.
*..But where the cab went 1s
a highlight of this gayest story
of the gayest of all stars.

-Police-
2:00 and 3 :35
35c - loc
7:00 :aid 8:40
Adults 50c
Clhildreni 25c

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~Helene
Wise Guys Prefer ,O
Brunettes 1 IC H

BEGINS
SAT. MARCH 2,6

QMHMENTS
DAY'S NEWS
RIGAN LOCALS

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At that time

all course

tickets which

Corning Thursday

Here's a Comedy
Izzy's Irish Woes

Drama of
and Foes

"PRIVATE IZZY MURLPHYl"

allotted to mail orders will be placed on public sale.
Up to and including Thursday, March 24, ord t r -
ceived by mail will cortinu' to be filld in seu nein ad
vance of the public sal8.
Orders already received indicate that the $7.00 stions

GEORGE

JESSEL

And a,( Miost of 84reox Favorili -s

are exhausted.

The public is accordingly

Sunday
THE.I-lOUSE THAT LAUGHS BUILT!
~c~at It RA

order seats in the $5.50 and $6.00 sections.

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