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To the Editors of the Crimson:
In order that the students in Philosophy 3 might direct their mid-year review along profitable lines, a number of the questions to be asked on the examination were given out in advance. Yesterday afternoon members of the course received cards advertising a review of the course and a full set of answers to the examination questions, for five dollars. Without questioning the practice of tutoring for examinations, I wish to express my opinion that in the present case an attempt has been made to carry it beyond the bounds of honor. The difference between handing in answers to these questions which one has not worked up himself and handing in as one's own a thesis that another man has written, is not clear.
If the man who offered to sell answers to these questions is a member of the University, student honor should frown on his action.
HARRY C. STRONG.
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