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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 21, 1905)
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honor system bo Instituted In tho Uni
versity, without tho provision for
"tattling" on those who commit of
fenses, and that thoso who do commit
thorn should bo given a reasonable
clianco to reform and continuo with his
Tho following Is tho committee ap
pointed by President Sldwoll:
Clement Waldron, Art Schrelbor and
The Sophomore class meeting to
consider the honor system that is so
largely agitated among tho student
body at tho presont time was vory in
Tho first step takon after the meeting
was called together was resolving of
tho class into a committee of the
wholo with DoYoung, tho maker of
tho motion, as chairman.
Tho commltteo of tho wholo lasted
for almost two hours in which time
tho discussions wore based upon the
resolutions passed in chapol yesterday
morning. Tho former wore, upon mo
tion of Mr. Standevon, rejected and a
now sot which embodied tho fl'rst two
clauses of tho chapel resolutions woro
adopted clause by clause.
Tho 8i(betance of the discussions
showed throughout that all the mem
bers presont wero heartily in favor of
a high standard of character, but
doubted very much tho effectiveness of
Bomo of tho remedies Introduced. The
resolutions, however, as reported by
the commltteo of the whole and ac
cepted by the regular meeting after
wards are as follows:
Wo bellovo tho members of the class
of 1907 of tho University of Nebraska
in mass meeting assembled, believing
the moral welfare of the University
and of ourselves demands the adoption
of a definite courso to provent cheat
ing and fraud in examinations and
class work, pass tho-followlng resolu
tions: 1. Wo believe tho University should
cultivate the highest Ideals of per
sonal and public honesty.
2. Wo believe no code of student
morals ought to attempt to justify dis
honest work of any kind.
3. Wo believe no student who will
persist in working unfairly and dis
honestly should be allowed to remain
4. Wo believe the responsibility for
tho introduction of a higher moral
standard among us rests upon the
students collectively and individually.
5. We, therefore, agree individually
to do our best by oxamplo and friendly
warning to promote higher morals and
to discourage and prevent dishonesty
in all University work.
After tho resolutions wore disposed
of a commltteo of three consisting of
I.. A. Hussong, D. P. DoYoung and
Miss Boulah Hildreth wero appointed
by Pros. Wolf to confer with tho stu
dent committee that met last night.
The Freshmen class held a rousing
meeting in chapel yesterday. On ac
count of tho absence of tho president,
secretary Byron Eaton presided, and
Hugh Wallace acted as secretary. Af
ter a short talk by Dr. Fling on plag
iarism, the meeting was opened to gen
oral discussion. Among those who
spoko wero Messrs. Wollonslck, With
er and Wallace. Tho class as a wholo
favored tho resolutions, and by a pop
ular vote elected Messrs. Munn, Wal
lace and MIbs Tlllotson as a commit
tee to confer with similar committees
from tho three other classes.
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