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HONOR PLJAN CH1AIRMAN 1t EXPLAIN Sil IITY C1IS IF4PROFESSOR DENSMt'ORE EXPLAINS
~~~ IIS SYSTEMVS N AMERICAN COLLEGES' iiL~l IL SPEHETRIAO'WR
(Ti ion Faries nf fe rses ichY11 nw 0 nc cntrorNclogeyaAdorning the extension bureau 1gently, strangle the seaker," ex-
(ster. The aedriesben p. surveybthat eoffice is a long six-foot "speech ex-1 plaied Profssor Densmore. j
n afon1ingwthe rIe Honor cn System mr than clee s were Doctor's Portrait to be Given temntr" wih nte fre L. A. Wilson, vice-president of the
Eihenmnhsaotepeetshown by a similar survey to be " i wll nbeased tlcut off long-wnded I Detroit Savings Bank, presented
chimno h onmte n theit in 7013.orlothatoyey-uuibeefthis instrument to ProfessorDe-
choinofteom itfornthee.in A.onor 191f FothrtyerThree oraionzs of over-zealous speech st- more at a balue held last week
Hono Sysem fr th N S F. . Yers o SettCC.i ents, according to Prof. G. E.? by the extension srvic speech
gathered extensive information ~cn fteclee sn h Densmore its possessor. The in- Icourse in Deroit for bs.ins s menj
concerning the prevalence of the sysiet r CO egesforme, 7 onorinxg 43 years of service to strumet consits of two long hand- which Professor Densmore teaches.'
Honor System in American colleges! per cent were colleges for women Michigan, and national medical les, which work like a pair of pliers, H-e as advised to use it at. the din-
and universities. The iformationI only, and 17 °per cent of them were science,'Dr. Frederick G. Novy, di- each ending in a semi-cirle. "When' ner, and then take it back to Ann
gathered tben is believed to be val- co-eduzcational. In 1923, 15 per cent! rector of the hygienic laboratory pulled together they firmly, but 'Arbor to use in his classes.
uable; conditions have not changed ofthoe___ing twerefrmen,_3
materially since that time. o hseuigitecfomn,3 of the University, will be recgnized __________________________________
n replyoftan general question t- 'per cent were for women, and 50iin the presentation of a portrait of
naie ontinng uetios ert-'per cent were co-educational, ;him to the University at 4 o'clock
nent to the Honor System, 417 col-, Of the 160 colleges using the sys- Monday afternoon in the Lyndia H-ear!.e!
leges sent information. IM, or 39 teo, 61,or 39 per cent, are colleges! Mendelssohn theatre. The presen -_______
percent, of these colleges operatej whose student bodies range fromi tation of the portrait will be the
unde som kid ofHonr Sytem _ le ;main feature of a program in cele-
In 129 of them it is used wholly; : 50 to 1,500 ir number; 54, or 35 brtofDr oyssit-it
'in 31 of them it is used only par-1 per cent, have an enrollment of birthday anniversary
tially. 011 these 31, 21 use it onlyi from 200 to 500; 18f,' or 11 per cent,; President Alexander G. Ruthven TDYC
in certain select advance classes, have an enrollment of less thatn will deliver a shri et aneT 0OLY"
7~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~fo emlyi1ncrandprmns20 3 r8prcn, have 0an en- speech, upon formal presentation OL
only, .while three have the sys; 00em rimn ranging rom1,00to3 of the portrait, to be given by Dr. -.ihdn mi oc° retatrter ii
in handling matters that do not! 00; and 10, or 5.5 per cent of the A. S. Warthin, director of the path-
pertain to examinations, (e.g., the! colleges using the Honor System ological laboratories in the Medical t efo h io o ieadh wh i s
handling of library books). ! have 3,000. students or more. School.
On the other hand, 251, or 61 per --wi io
cent ,of the colleges replying do not !_________________p
1have the Honor System. They op-1 ''RINI T
rte. under the faculty espionageS'fN # E T SECOND SOY
or the proctor system, whereby the TDYi(NIISO e
students are closely watched while MONHowO
they take their examinations,
whereby no tru.5t is placed in them, Mickey Cat Also Paramount Geor gia Prescott liss
Ians, beherethe stuenhreete1 AmanSI G NG A CI GCartoon News Director of Musical Arrangement
instructor. SO G R M NEi Ai .. i Prices
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