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SATURDAY, APRIL , 192'7

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGY THRfE

SATUDAYAPRI 2. 927 HE MCI-IGAN AIL

OFFER COURSES FOR
CAMP DAVIS SESSION,
Vziried Topograph) Of 3,300 Acre
Tra',c Provldes Excellent Sludy Of
All linds Of Field Work E
JOhNSTON IS DIRECTOR
Work in 'survcying, embracing
azimuth work, plane table, hydrogra-
phic, road, boundary, and stadia sur-
veys, will be offered at Camp Davis
during the summer, itis annouhced
by that department. The camp, which
is located on the south shore of Doug-
las lake, is one of the regular camps
maintained by the University during#
the summer in order to give field ex -
perience in various courses.
During the work of the course, the
student is required to completely ad-
just a transit and level. The office
work includes the computation of
field data, the making of maps and
diagrams and the preparation of
permanent records where such are re-
quired. According to the statement
of officials of the camp, .the exercises
given are designed to stimulate the
practice of surveying rather than to
train the student to be expert in any
particular field.
The University lands on whiclir the
camp is located, known as the Bo-
gardus tract, have a total area of
,300 acres, and are of such a varied
topography that they serve for all
kinds of field work, it is claimed by
the officials of the department. The
students are housed in steel buildings,
electrically lighted and fully equipped.
A camp physician is provided by the
Health service. There is also main-
tained a store frbmi which can be pur-l
chased most of the supplies. Part of
the object of the course there, is tol
afford the students a chance to be-
come familiar with organized camps,
-their sanitary systems, water and
electric lighting plants, administra-
tion of the mess.
Prof. Clarence T. Johnston, of the
geodesy and surveying department,
will be director of 'the camp, and will
be assisted by Prof. Clifton 0. Carey,
Prof. Hugh Brodie, Prof. Harold J.
McFarlan, Edward Young, Gustavo
Maldonado, and George M. Bleekman.

MOORE UPHOLDS PUBLICATION OF
STUDENT HONOR CODE VIOLATIONS

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d itor's' Note: Prof. A. D. Moore of
the Cng inecring colege, national ipresi-
d< it of Tal ]eta Pi, honor engineering
:rtrarnity. i the author of this series of
a: tic. es based upon a national survey
mane of the honor system in colleges and
uivc sit es.
Eleventh Installment:
It is vitally necessary for another!
reason, that the facts in a violation'
case should be given to the student'
body; it has to do with rumor and the
suspiciously-minded few who live on,
rumor. Suppose an Honor system in-
cludes the mistaken rule that all
trials, convictions, and sentences, shall
be kept secret. The student body has
no way of knowing how well or how
poorly its Honor system is being sup-,
ported. At this point, rumor steps
in. There is always someone present
who would rather believe in the sor-
did than otherwise. It is some such
person who starts* the rumor around
that the Honor system is a fiasco,.
that it is being broadly violated, that;
it is amounting only to a fine self-'
given opportunity for the majority of.
the students to get through examina-
tions in the easiest way. This person
may be justified in his own mind, duer
to an unbelievable ignorance.
For instance, he may walk past thej
open door of an examination room
and see every student using books,
papers, notes and whatnot. He.
straightaway writes an indignant'
story to the campus paper, telling
how classes are cheating in a whole-
sale manner. His ignorance is appal-
ling; it consists in his not knowing
that some instructors, in some courses, .
permit their students to use any ref-
erences they may find helpful during
the examination as long as the refer-
gnces are their own. I cite this kind
of case, not from imagination, but
because it is the best explanation of
certain diatribes against a very suc-
cessful Honor system, which have ac-
tually appeared' in one campus daily.
In this or some other way, ever-en-
larging rumors about Honor system
failure ark-likely to spread. One need,
hardly point out that it takes only a
little unscotched rumor to have a de-
cided weakening effect on morale. The
sure and effective way to keep the air
clear is for the Honor committe to
make a brief but comprehensive re-
port to every class at least ;one each
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semester. With normal operation, it is
of course to be expected that the com-
mittee will have ntthing to report ; it
will be giving its citizenry a clean
bill of health.
Knowing that the above plan will
meet with suggestions for ameliora-
tion, something had better be said
here on one point at once. It will
be suggested, why not hage the Honor
committee report everything but the
name of the violator? Would this plan
not accomplish everything desired
and avoid the responsibilty of brand- f
ing the violator in the eyes of all his I
fellows? To cover that point, think
of what the committee would report:
"Mr. John Doe, (real name withheld)
was found guilty of violating the
Honor code under certain given con-
ditions, and was expelled from college
for one year." Now it often happens,
that more than one person leaves !
school at the same irregular time.
Suppose two or three students should I
happen to drop out at this time. Sup-s
pose one of them comes back a year
later. While wholly innocent, this in-
dividual may go through college under
the susnicion of a dozen classmates
who knew when he left and when he
returned but who did not happen to
know of, or think much of the de-
parture of the unknown guilty party.
Thus, giving undeserved protection┬░
to the guilty can easily make the'
innocent suffer.
(Continued in next issue)
TEXAS. - The second semester
brought 45 new students here.

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