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IEfTITI ID. National Student Fedeation Ask Gener-al
installation of Honor System - Colleges
(This is one of a series of five articles whichtepsoadtth syem te
.heDaily. will print concerning the honorsystem, the
sNtoae series has been prepared by the field should be thoroughly prepar-
Raymand B. Fosdick as First of s of i ed by faculty members and student
RymandIthi the hope of the National
Six Speakers Will Talk on Student Federation that all col- leaders. There is reason to believe
e aW leges in the United States ive #that this was done prior to its
erca a the World careful attention to the quesion adoption at the University of Vir-
of the Honor System and make an ginia, even, in the summer of 1842.1
N. D. BAKER TO LECTURE honest endeavor to do something Even that institution, where the
of value about the question of hon- Honor System works certainly andl
In a series of six meetings at the esty among students. A keen critic swiftly, and where there is a tradi-t
Statler Hotel in Detroit, the nation- of student affairs and college ad- tion against cheating that has ex-
al Institute of World Affairs will ministration has penned the state- isted for nearly a hundred ears,
conduct a discussion of topics of ment "that the college that winks at does not ur a college to adept the
has dishonesty in scholastic work and system before the field has beenY
international significance, and hasother student relations are doom- thoroughly prepared. They say:f
secured widely noted men to lead ed." Colleges must assume the re-) "We have the amplest faith in ther
the forums. The first discussion sponsibility of inculculating into! Honor System and believe thatr
group will be led by Raymond B. the student's' firm principles of with proper care it could be suc-v
Fosdick, formerly a head commis- right dealing with their fellows. cessfully introduced into almostr
sioner of New York city The sub- But the problem is not to know every American* university and
what the weakness is, but it Is to would be a salutary influence; but c
ject, while not confined, will center determine how best to remedy this before beginning its introduction, I
around "America's Place in the i weakness. A large majority of the we urge thoughtful, thorough, and
World." i student representatives at the patient preparation of the field:
On January 8, 1930, the second Fourth Annual Congress of the N.' "1. By such general pervasivei
of the Institute's meetings has se- S. F. A. last December, expressed conferences with the students asl
confidence in the uplifting power would produce practically unani-
cured as speaker Newton D. Baker, w System. Thereforemous conviction of the merit of
former 2Secretary of War under the. of the Honor S h ystem. hrfreioscn ithmion of the ert of
Wilhon administration, who will the N. S. F. A. recommends this the system in the minds of the stu-
sek on"The Wol Cort" iystem to colleges that do not have dent body.
speak on" World Court. it; and to colleges that do have it, "2. By the election to the Honors
The remaining four lectures by the N. S. F. A. expresses an intense Committee of men and women whol
men of national repute will in- desire that they exert every possi- I enjoy the amplest confidence off
lude "The United States and Latin Ible effort to make the system as their fellow-students as to integ-o
America," by Harry I. Collins, di- efficient as possible. rity, courage, sanity, and sagacity.j
rector of the University of Penn - efceta obe
sylvania's department of commerce But the, question arises: "Should "3. By agreement upon impartial
on February 4,1930; "A New World every college attempt to institute and inevitable execution of such a
Economics," by Paul Blanshard, as- the Honor System?" To to do so uniform penalty for violation of the
sociate editor of the "Nation," on would hardly display wisdom. honor code as the Honor Com-
March 11; "Disarmament," by There are some colleges in which mittee shall impose, with no miti-
Charles L. Hussey, retired rear ad- the Honor System is not needed, gation, pardon, or suspension of
miral of the U. S. Navy, on April e. g., institutions in which all the sentence.
1, 1930; and "China's Struggle for examinations are conducted oral- "4. By the rigorous exclusion
Freedom," by No Yong# Park, Chi- ly. There are others in which cer- from the purview of the commit-
nese author, on April 25, 1930. tain local conditions militate' tee of all offenses which are not
against successful operation. But true breaches of honor.
Carnegie Institute *of Technology in the vast majority of the state, "5. By securing the unanimous
has inaugurated the idea of present- city, denominational, privately en- consent of the president, profes-
ing noted lecturers through talk- dowed, and' teachers' colleges, as sors, and officers of the University
ing movies. Sir Oliver Lodge, Sir well as the normal schools, there to cry hands off and leave the stu-
William Bragg, Sir Ernest Ruther- is opportunity for much develop- dent body the whole responsibility
ford, and Dr. C. W. Hewlett are ment in this field. for dealing with well defined
scheduled to speak. However, before any college at- breaches of honor.

Westinghouse Engineer Invents
Improved Apparatus for ;
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Ii " Screen Reflections

In Town comedy drama of considerable ap-
For its only screen feature of the peal. The Two Black Crows are


a t=PPk (thp (-)np.rq. nominving t.hn t

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boards the latter half) the Mich-


ts igan presents 'The Thirteenth
Television which can be viewed Chair," a talking melodrama star-
y a room full of spectators rather ring Conrad Nagel. The acting is
zan y oe o, to wa. anoucedsatisfactory but the plot and sus-
ian by one or two was. announced pense are only average..
~cently by Dr. Vladimir Zworykin, Phil Spitalny and his Hotel Penn-
search engineer of the Westing- sylvania orchestra, famed for their
>use Electric and Manufacturing classical jazz, are seen and heard
in a Movietone short subject.
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heard in ssone of their besf dia-
logue, which does seem all too short
however, in comparison with the
less entertaining plot.
Evelyn Benit, although seeming-
ly less attractive than formerly,
handles a female villain part capa-
bly. But the rib-tickling dialogue,
and a great sparring match affair,
make a visit to the Majestic woith-



company. Tme use of a can o e
ray tube as a receiver gives this
new type of television many ad-
vantages over the well known scan-
ning disc method of visual broad-
As a result of this invention it
will be possible to broadcast motion
pictures or current events immed-
iately after a film of them is print-I

"Skin Deep," a Warner Vitaphone
Moran and Mack are at the Ma- ,ll-talker opening today at the
jestic in "Why Bring That Up?" a Wuerth is average drama, featur-
|ing a cast headed by Monte Blue.
t Little Davey Lee, unless memory
ed by a number of people, fails us, is also included.


Several of these new sets are be-
ing constructed so that the appara-
tus may be given a thorough field
test which will be conducted
through station KDKA at Pitts-


Detroit's best bets are Paul Muni
in a personal appearance at the
Fox along with his picture "Seven
Faces," and the Pickford-Fairbanks
epic, "The Taming of the Shrew,"
at the United Artists.


ed. These television broadcasts burgh. This station is, at the pros-
would be synchronized with sound. ent time, broa dcasting regular daily1
This new receiver has no moving programs of television by the scan-
parts which will make it available ning disc method.
for the non-technical radio enthu-
siast, and receives the broadcast As a prize for scholarship to stu-
pictures on a four by five inch dents in the agricultural depart-
flourescent screen whic'h' by means ment of the University of Idaho a
of a reflecting mirror may be pro- cow, instead of cash is being of-
jected on a larger screen and view- fered.
Cleanerts & Dyers

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Gbhris tmas

even helps you say
nothing at all . . *
Y OVE noticed how expresive
the pipe can be, what meaning
it can put into the simplest gesture.
The pipe even helps you say nothing
at all-and tl t, 0 mortal, takes
n man among men!
Men to their pipes and women
to their lipsticks-hut suppose you
had no pipe and faced repression?
Suppose you had no tobacco to put
in your pipe! Empty pipes make
empty gestures that have no ;ean-
ing. Filled with good tobacco, your
pipe becomes eloquent. Filled with
Edgeworth, it is Olympian!
What, no Edgeworth? Lose not
arnnonent--haste to the maily with
the coupon. Let the machinery of
government rush to you a free
packet of good old Edgeworth,
delicious and friendly Edgeworth,
full-flavored, slow-burning, cool.


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Phone 2321

Kodaks and Cameras in
colors make ideal Xmas
Francisco- BoyePhoto Co.

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Our friend



home anticipated a joy

carefree vacation


brate the holidays on
with his old pals and
But while they were enjo
happy days of reunion
Christmas, he was pw
over his gift list and bat
Eleventh Hour crowds.
ttle had he noticed
low students carefully,
ently, and economicall
their shopping back

'ous and
to cele-
e again
lying the
i before
tling the
I his fe[
.y doing
in Ann
rded by
e advey-
he Daily.
ed, with
ne spent
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is everywhere ..don't put your foot i it!


Little had he

the opportunities affoi

those merchants


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Edgeworth is a careful
blend of good tobaccos
--selected especially for
pipe-smoking. Its quality
and flavor neverchange.
Buy Edgeworth any-
where in two forms-
"Ready Rubbed" and
"Plug Slice"-150 pock.
et package to pound hu-
midor tin.

tisements appeared in ti
Had he merely consider
forethought; a little tin
down town and on Stal
might have assured him

INEA trichophyton, the ringworm parasite
that doctors say caises"Athlete'sFoot," is lurk-
ing on locker-room floors and pool margins - in
the gym and in showers - wherever people walk
bare-footed; and you don't have to be an athlete
to get it!
Watch for the first signs of the parasite's stealthy
attach -a little care now may save a lot of irri-
tation later.
Look between your toes. Is the skin thick and

50% of the Students in Some Colleges
Have "Athlete's Foot"
But that doesn't mean that you have to become
a victim.
Douse your feet with Absorbine Jr. after every
exposure. Keep an extra bottle handy in your
locker. For Absorbine Jr.kills the "Athlete's
Foot" parasite wherever it reaches it.
And, of course, you know that for years
thousands have found Absorbine Jr.



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