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sL 6, 7 THE MICHIGAN DAILY___________

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ARGUENTFOR
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'viously~ based on ignorance,l
or lack of straight thinking.
If the president should
things, the value dlerived fror
'suing action in various quart(
be" high, irrespective of the
adoption of the Honor. syst
haps faculty-student relatici
be built un to such a point'
be unnecessary to go furtli
ever, this is unlikely. The I
educative matters of an Flo
temn cannot, in the large co
left to the operations of the

Echance and (the gcod intentions of all and practiced by the lnmmbers of a
AR concerned. college unit. It is .a written, spoken ,
AB ftei' the faculty has really dis- and actedl stan(Iard of honorablc con-1
fFcovered that it can believe in the (!e.I sa xwsino h n
LEtr ustworthiness' of the students, and "nate love of fair play inherent inii the
D1after the students have discovered minds of every person deserving ofa
thatit s helthul t hae a ighplace in college life. It is an intangi-
Two) regard for honor and a high' contempt }hie but salutary atmosphere oft mul-
L'wo fo thelac of t-ten tle onorsysutal trust and confidence. It is a rec-
prejudice, forgthtilacofothetprinciplhethatorrsys-n
' tm al b aoped oniio ofth pinipe ha taiinfor citizenship is a questionable ges-
dlo these Those w~ho r'efuise to w~ar'mup to tanre unless development of" chara ieer
III tile en- the H-onor system subject must at and integrity is made posbe Fn
ers wouldlatamtti luh;ta fi ol it is more than a matter of infangi-
ultimate be impossible to make a success of bI tls, in that tile system part of it
tern. Per- the Honor system in their college, snakes sure, from year to year, that
ns mlight theni their college has much to an- neesr dcto sh t
it would saver for. Or putting it the other way 'to inicompetent chance.
ter. How-!r around, if a college could make a Tile End
important success cuf the Honor system, it is in
onor sys- excellent condition.
ollege, lie1 Thie Honor system is a code of CALIFORNIA.-The traditions con-1
e laws of ethics, as subscribed to. believed in, mittee has appealed to the freshmen],

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The change and recreation so necessary to every-1
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