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Image 53 of Annual Register of the State College of Kentucky, Volume 3 (1886-1887)

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STATE o0LLEGE OF KENTUCKY. 53 ar of being dismissed, or less severely punished as the Faculty ' 4 1e may direct. A { J ie *78. Any student convicted of visiting a drinking saloon, or a * l nh gambling or other disreputable house, or of being intoxicated, 1- or of gambling at cards or other game of chance, or who shall make, cause or procure to be made, a false oihcial report or ie statement in regard to a matter of College duty or government, is . shall be dismissed, or less severely punished according to the of gravity of his offense. 79. No student shall play at cards, or any other game of 1t chance, within the College limits, or bring or cause to be ss brought within the limits, or have in his room, cards or other it articles used in games of chance. All games and amusements ` s, · of every kind are forbidden during study hours. S0. All conspiracies and combinations of students, with a lg l view of violating or evading the regulations of the College, ,11 W are prohibited on pain of dismissal; and any interference of or A one or more students with another student, or with a candidate . for admission, in the nature of "hazing," shall be punished as 1e _ the Faculty may direct. And no student, whether resident in the dormitory or elsewhere, shall be a party to any combina- ie tion, or sign any petition, remonstrance or protest, for any a purpose relating to the management, government o1· conduct of P yy any department or interest connected with the College or dor- of mitory, or under its supervision and control. - 81. The use of tobacco for smoking or chewing on any duty, lg o1· in the College building, dormitories or dining-rooms, and all p- { profanity and obscenity, are forbidden. re P 82. Any student may be removed from the dormitory and the A mess when, in the judgment of the President and Command- ' ie ant, his removal is deemed expedient in the interest of discip- o1· i line and morality. n- S3. No student shall cook, prepare food, or give any enter- ss ‘ tainment in his room, or elsewhere within the College limits, _ without permission from the Commandant. »r, A 100. All permits to be absent from any duty, or from quarters § ge during study hours, must have the approval of the President. in = All other permits for absence may be granted by the Com- ‘