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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 11, 1920)
Oregon Daily Emerald |
HARRY A. SMITH,
"" Member Pacific Intercollegiate Press Association.
Associate Editor .Lyle Bryson News Editor .Charles E. Gratke
Assistant News Editors
Dorris Sikes Velma Ilupert
Sports Editor .Floyd Maxwell
Pierre Mead, Eugene Kelly, Edwin Hoyt
Stanley C. Eisraan Carlton K. Logan!
News Service Editor... .Jacob Jacobson
Assistant .Eunice Zimmerman
[Special Writers: Alary Lou Burton, Frances Quiaenberry, Elisabeth .1. Whitcbouse
News Staff:—Harold Moore, Fred Guyon, Inez King, Margaret Scott, Ken
neth Yoiiel, Owen Calloway, John Anderson, Martha Westwood. Jean Strachan,
Lenore Cram, Doris Parker, Margaret Carter, Phil Brogan, Florence Skinner,
Emily Houston, Harry Ellis, John Dierdorff, Pauline Coad, Howard Bailey, Rue
ford Bailey, Arthur Hudd. Ruth Austin, Clarence Anderson, Mabel Gilliam, Jes
sie Thompson, Huglb Starkweather, Jennie Perkins.
Associate Manager . *..Webster Ruble
Advertising Managers .George McIntyre, A1 Woertcndyke
Office Assistant .Marion Weiss
.,T. Warren Kays
Staff Assistants:—Randal Jones, Eugene Miller, Lyle Johnson, Jason McCune,
lioogene Letcher, Ben Reed.
Official publication of the Associated Students of the University of Oregon,
issued daily except Sunday and Monday, during the college year.
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STOP THE CHEATER.
Because the School of Commerce rejected the honor sys
tem that some desired to have inaugurated there, it does not
mean, as some seem to think, that cheating is lightly regard
ed among the students or that they have a distorted moral
sense in the matter. It merely means that they expressed
' their opinion regarding the proposed honor system. And
their attitude is without doubt a fair index to the attitude of
the students ns a whole.
After all, the term “honor system” is somewhat of a mis
nomer. Rather, it is an Honor Spirit, a thing which comes
from within, a thing that is not subject to systematization,
that is wanted here. No student could bring himself to
“squeal” on bis fellow, as the system provides, with any de
gree of ease or grace- Certainly in its broadest sense, there
is no honor in anything which would hind a student to do
that Which his instinct would toll him not to do, a thing
against which a normal conscience would rebel.
But the student body Inis a right to protect itself against
its component members. When someone cheats he receives
a grade which he docs not merit, and he rolls his fellow of tlw
relative distinction that would conic if 1lu> whole affair had
been on the square. The student who cheats is a thief, wlbo
would steal from his I’niversity. If there is.cheating on the
campus now, the ultimate aim of every loval student should
be to stamp it out. II a .Mightier Oregon is to be realized, if
the standards of the school are to be-the highest, it must be
done with all surety, and if the cry “go slow” has been ut
tered, it does not mean that the starting point should be
Oregon Club.—1ul the "V" 1ml
Monday evening, 7:15 o'clock.
Women’s Oregon Club.—Villai<l hull.
duitMoquiam jo i.iimI.iji ■ m at c -.V»t|mo|\
fli'ivo committee. I'lnns for n dance next
term will be outlined.
Episcopal Students.-- ■Special endeavor
is being made to have all student mem
bers of the JOpiseopal church at worship
Sunday morning, at which time ape ul
.services itre to lie liold. All sfu lents lire
cordially invited to attend, and it is re
quested that members of the , Imrcli try
to bring some friend with (hem.
Newman Club.—lirenkfust tor all
Catholic students of the University in
'I'arish Hall. Sunday, I >eeomher It.’, at
eleven o clock. This is the second eiuh
meeting of the school year, and a uro
gram is planned for the occasion. There
lure about, one hundred Catholic students
in the University, and all are urged to
attend this meeting.
Let Us Serve You
in our newly remodeled quarters we are
prepared lo (i>ive you Salads, Sandw iches
^ ’ i
Oyslers (any style), Not Drinks, Chili Con
Carpc, and Special I lot Tamales.
Personal AUenlion (iiven I^verv Order
Y. W. PLANS BIBLE STUDY
Representatives from All Organizations
Will Meet Wednesday.
An iipperelnss representative from
every women’s organization on tlm ram
pas and a few of the t’.ihle discussion
group leaders met at the V. \V. C. A.
bungalow'Wednesday afternoon to talk
over plans fur tli«■ I’ible study groups to
bo started :• t tin* beginning of the winter
According to Kleanor Spall, oliairman
of the coiiunittoo. all of the leaders for
these groups have not heel) seleeted. Miss
Alice Jtrovvn. student executive for I h<*
V. \V. ('. A. in the northwest, was at
the meeting and encouraged the girls in
Invites you to Worship.
11 a. in.—“Our Christ-Centered World”
The Student Pastor, Mr. Giffen
5 p. m.—“Preparation of the World for
Christ.” The Pastor, Mr. Case.
Morning Anthem, “Sing Alleluia Forth.”
Vespers, Miss Garrett, soloist; Male Quartet
Corner Tenth and Pearl
Special Conimerce Rtgistration.
])t,a„ i ;. (IJobbins Ims aimounc.eu
that there will be a special resist ration
for commerce majors today from !• to
1l’ and all day Monday.
! NuBone Corsets, Cleaning and Repair
ing. Mrs. A. True Lundy, 155 p^ast
; Ninth Street. Phone 239.
Men and Women
PRICES TO SUIT
Largest assortment to make your selection
* ' ■
Allen’s Drug Store
Opp. White Temple Orange Front
for Christmastide ...
and they came bringing gifts of gold
This new Christmas ,which we unite to observe — that king
dom of heaven upon earth — can be made more beautiful and
more durable by a selection of just the right Jewelry Gift. For
. - , . . . Jewels are Gifts eternal, answering well the eternal question
n w nit to give., lsn t it just splendid when shopping days are speeding and Christmas is knocking at the door, to be
a>e to take ones Gift List to Lara way’s Jewelry Shop and make selections for “everyone in the family?” We can
help many a busiy person to choose the “nicest possible gift.”
Just a Few Sugges
tions of Remem
The Greatest of Alt Gifts.
Just a Few Sugges
tions for Remem
I •iaiuoml Nt'clvl;i''«
1 >iauioml Krom-h
.1 <■ w i I I ’aso
I.ooket iiial <'liain
I'am-y lint l'in
1 'am y Rack ('omh
Silvio- Hand Mir nip
Silver Mesh Mas
< ;<>hi riiiinhio
Silver Toilet Set
Boudoir 1 ’lock
I eathor rinses
< 'uff Buttons
Diamonds always prove to bo worth
more money than you pay for them, es
pecially if they come from Lara way's.
This is a true statement. Year by year
the production grows smaller and the
investor of years ago can fully realize
tlv' tine value o£ his or her investment
Our collection of this Christmas far
surpasses any previous showing. If you
intend giving a Diamond—give a Lara
way Diamond—and we advise an early
inspection. Private Diamond sales
• igar Cutter
Fancy Stone Kings
Silver Match Box
Sel of finishes
Initial Ce.ff leaks
f ' untain Ben .
Packages Neatly Wrapped and Carefully Prepared for Giving j
Diamond Merchant and Jeweler