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March 29, 1927 - Image 2

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APPEA4LS TOL *"INNATE HON EST Y OF AVE ARAGE STUDENT t~o take a conte of others with hit. srt, mutst become general knowledge. ..
It loksbeter.Thi ofcouse e ;hismaterial should be condensed as
SHOULD BE HANDLED WITH EXTREME CARE-MOORE ped n where he ges and what his i r spssbean ae 3ito n.n
Editor's Note: Prof. A. D. Moore of Itj ioos.te ue ovrn h
the engineering; college,ntoalre- mosphere can be mentioned. Among is expected under the Honor system, I a pledge of hoest work 1s to be lc~i ytm rlscvrn h
dent'of Tau Beta Pi, honor- engineering whom would you rather work,-peo-.Ihonesty in examinations and in work written on the examination paper, the ;violatlions of the clli vary some1 what.
fraterntity, is the gut tar of this series of pie ~ o supposed to be done only by the iul-j pledge soul be iclded1 In the e Itn rilsbsduto ainlsre wh avioLe.'thdo toecse('the,0 booket ma stae
made 'of the honor system in colleges and who are above that sort of thing? For vidual is of course part of the game.j booklet, along with the statement that S ettendhav01e~r
tmiversities. wham wul yurahe ,in-Bu or ha ti, h boke soldno honest person can obet to bhm ..stuent 1obsevi na.avioatonto re-
1 srutor wo d do runotu, trunostilto youo teoredfonotl sfail mae torsodwellemnt on theth need fort n be- th Cln
Appeal To 5trtilg'lttforwvrdness ! those who do?j ing thoughtful about one's actions in of integrity. ml hO ,Ii alohe e , 85.i ImaZy e
The appeal to the innate honestyl The emphasis of the Honor system every respect. Some hilarity in the Rules Governing The F,vsten (s rongly recommienetd. Now it is very
of the ' average individual,-when'booklet should be entirely on honesty, examination room is not in itself o-' There are certain rules that must j1011)tful if i ay college eeyy vio-
trusted to be honlest -should he integrity, straightforwardness. It; jectionable, for a little of it can re- I be included in the booklet. The rulei latin of the Ilollol system Code, is re
brought out with extreme care, No 'should be made clear that the real! lieve A good deal of tension, and en- i governing electing members of the pored. . -
false and weakening note should be:i purpose of the Honor system is to Table nervous individuals to do bet- committees, and other matters of ths( -w txrlieillr isl)
sounded, such as,-"Successful grad- l promote honor, and not to prevent ter wor; but continued rough-housef
uates have found it. pays to be hon- cheating., does not constitute active cooperation
est,"-here, the implication is that What Is Expected Of The Student lin support of the Honor sytem.
[honesty should be the policy, becauseI The student Honor committee. There is no objection if a student rt tt7ttl
thfe salary 'Will N>e higher. Really, should inform every ;student, bye leaves the examination room for alR YOUNG, pil ea apacole srctrL
we want honesty in college lie, be-1 means ot the booklet, exactly what while, but he should make it a rule tolbyeine 5ad my . S. ge from rhard
,cause. we want it. No satisfactory sub-'Clyi195anmyMS.fo rerd
stiut rasn as etben oud.Weseyan University in 117. From TeTr
st'iute easo has yet eenfoun , l1915 u ,iT 192) taught physics and e Kie
Wh o efakabu t chemistry in Colby, Weseyan and 'CV
Why ot b frak abut i? iProvidence, R. T., excepting service hae lie
*College spirit can be properly ap- ;ANN U CNMH4A R V L O as a commissioned officer dorifl
pealed to. A college certainly can' the war. oet
nopiei a tThe desire for a more active life in- I
pant dishneity, i'duced me to leave academic lines and ari
taenopid n apatdihnet become assistant to the head chemist oraa
in examination; on the other hand, it ra of the Gorham Manufacturing Co. obsr.
takes a lot of pride in the successful r' OpotuitUfo avaceet erSwtht
opeatonofth Hno sstm, he 1 1H~~s . seeed tolmie, so after two years sows
I I decided on another change. I power
adpto o teHoo sstmofenP Mr Fear of Runs i Your Silk Hosiery. tion where ambition, ability, and
marks the time when the college has Tilste ea fpureor atificil silk 1hosiey. aedtstleioalfecua-mox
ceased, in some respcts, to be an over 11)s hewaro On sale at
grown high school.TAp
normal hut. therepwill long re'main 324 tGte t. 0rc 'm f

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Wanted Two Student Sales Organizers,
Prefer students, who have sold aluminum ware,
books or household appliances. Opportunity to
earn good money while in college.
Our company nationally advertised and your job
will, be to call upon regular Vcustomers.
Only men who 'can earn: from $500 to $1,000
next summer need apply° for this job.


at 1 vv a 1,S iffkI I


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Mr. Reese
Michigan Union,Toay




The men we want to manage our Mtores are
men of vision-men who are able to'lok ito
the future, and' who are willing to work hard
to attain what they see there,
If you have the faculty of vision, combined
wvith perseverance and a willingness to improve
yourself through work and study, you are the
sort of man who goes far in ,the Kresge
And if you are this sort of man, you wVil not
choose a position that offers much today, an~d
little tomorrow. But you will be able to see into
the future, and you wvill pick a job that offers a
fitting return for the energy you put into it.{
Study our organization. Perhaps you will finrd
it to your liking. At any rate, wvrite nowy, to
our Personnel ]Department so that we may
send a graduate of your own college to tell
you how he found success in the Kresge
Personnel Dept
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