The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, April 18, 1913, Image 3
5555w5r3!!ZseS fiOSlkkiah'rg gwij&lwn.. t It . f,- .iTwJ! Am,. .A- iM..W'i.iihd.,ig ,f- f j 'r W '-ili'U ''' r i fifr--ft '"-""' THE D A ILY N EJBIR'A S K A N n l( INTER-FRATERNITY RULES (Contiuuud from Page Two) No Btudent Bjiall bo pledged until 12 o'clock noon of Mondny of the third week. e. No fraternity shall pledge i new student who Is registered for less than twelve college hours, and who cannot present the minimum number of entiance points required by the university. Article III No student shall bo pledged or initiated without the ap proval of the president of the council to whom the name of each prospective member shall be- submitted at least one school day jn advance. Article IV.- a. The pledge of any man who fails to make twelve, hours during either semester of his fresh man year shall be automatically re moved, provided, however, that he be given six weeks In which to remove "conditions" and "Incomplete" and thus bring his record up to the re quired twelve hours b. No man whose pledge hats been removed shall bo eli gible to be rushed, pledged or tacity pledged by any fraternity until he has made twelve hours in addition to those he shall already have made at the time his pledge was removed. Article V. All iolations of this agreement as herein set forth, shall be dealt with and penalty imposed by the executive committee cf this coun cil. Article VI. This agreeim nt shall bo binding upon all fraternity men, both alumni and active, and sha!l have the same force and effect as if subscribed to by the several fraternities compos ing the said inter-fraternity council. Article VII. An inter-fraternity scoholarship board shall be created, to be composed of the active represen tative!: lrom each fraternity in the inter-fraternity council. This board shall have the power to adopt such rules and reguulutions as L deems neces s.uy to raise the scholarship of the fraternities. Article VIII. No fraternity shall rush, pledge, or intiate any student ol the unhersity who is registered in a secondary school only. Article IX. Heginnhig Monday of the third wee'k in any semester no new student shall be entertained within or without the chapter house by or in the interest of anv fraternity, later than tj o'clock p. in. on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. Article X. No new student shall be met at the train by any fraternity man (with the single exception of one brother meeting another brother) Article XI. High school or prospec tive university students may be enter tained within or without tho chapter house, by or in the inlet est of any fraternity; or be invited to functions given by fraternities, only on such occasions as high school fete day, in terscholastlc and high school debates, and similar gatherings of high school or prospective university students (with the single exception of one brother entertaining another brother) Article Xll.-The school year of l!)13-lill4 shali be the last year of freshman pledging and initiating TANGO DANCERS HAULED BEFORE STUDENT COURT Charged with dancing the grape vine, tango, and other indecent dances. Frank L. Mellows, If), Wilfred A. llojcc, Tti, and Deane S Holt, '16, appeared before the student court last night and plead not guilty to the charge. The date of their trial was set for Thursday night. Nine other students have arraigned before the court to answer a charge, of hazing and riotous conduct "on the night ol" April !) and other nights dur ing the same week. All plead not guilty to the charge. The date of their trial was set for tomorrow night. The following students were instructed to secure1 defense and ap pear before the court at that time: Alois M. Kessenich, '1C, president of the freshman class, Edwin H. Stay rum, '16, Charles L Adams, '15, Fred J. Haner, '11, J. K. Nord, 'l.r, Finest Spriiikman, 'ITi, Robert W. Leslie, '16, and Harry F. Rusch, '14. Tiie charge1 ol indecent dancing was prepared and presented to the court by its special prosecutors Clark 11. (letts and M. C Craft. It is the first action to suppress the various tonus of conspicuous dancing which have at various tunes been denounced by the student conference, S I). 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