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Image 69 of Annual Register of the State College of Kentucky, Volume 3 (1888-1889)

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{ 68 s’rATn COLLEGE or KENTUCKY. ’ § 73. No student will be released from arrest except by the , President or by the Commandant. 74. A student placed in confinement for punishment shall be l subject to the same regulations as a student in arrest; and a E breach of confinement, or a failure to perform any extra duty ; awarded as a punishment, shall be considered an offense of the é gravest nature, and treated accordingly. 75. All deliberations or discussions among students having l the object of conveying praise or censure, or any mark of ap- ` probation or disapprobation toward the College authorities, are g forbidden. i 76. Any student who shall disobey a lawful command of the President or of any Professor, Instructor or other superior of- ficer, or behave himself in a refractory or disrespectful man- ner toward either of them, shall be dismissed, or otherwise less severely punished, according to the nature of his offense. 77. No cadet shall bring any spirituous or intoxicating liquor, or cause the same to be brought, within or near the College limits, o1· have the same in his room or possession, upon pain y _ of being dismissed, or less severely punished as the Faculty ' may direct. I 78. Any student convicted of visiting a drinking saloon, or a gambling or other disreputable house, or of being intoxicated, or of gambling at cards or other game of chance, or who shall make, cause or procure to be made, a false official report or statement in regard to a matter of College duty or government, shall be dismissed, or less severely punished according to the gravity of his offense. 79. No student shall play at cards, or any other game of Q chance, within the College limits, or bring or cause to be f brought within the limits, or have in his room, cards or other ‘ é articles used in games of chance. All games and amusements ` of every kind are forbidden during study hours. i 80. All conspiracies and combinations of students, with a i view of violating or evading the regulations of the College, _ are prohibited on pain of dismissal; and any interference of I one or more students with another student, or with a candidate for admission, in the nature of "hazing," shall be punished as i the Faculty may direct. And no student, whether 1·esident in