We think that the first resolution passed by the Conference Committee will commend itself to all. Heretofore dishonesty has, by the sanction of the faculty's rule, held much the same position as playing ball in the yard. It is a thing not wrong in itself; but merely improper in college. Striking out any rule about the matter puts the crime on the same ground as stealing books from the library. Stealing is everywhere an offence, and needs no rule to make it so. Men do not need to be told about that which by everyone everywhere is or should be deemed immoral.
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