Education: Penn Drinkers

Almost all U. S. colleges have some kind of rule to regulate drinking, but last week the University of Pennsylvania decided to enforce one. Since Repeal, liquor has flowed freely in Penn's fraternity houses and four have cropped out with bars. Because 31 of the houses have been transferred to University ownership to escape taxes, they fall under a University rule which prohibits drinking on University property. This year the Interfraternity Council, at the suggestion of Penn's administration, circulated a questionnaire which revealed that not one fraternity house was dry. As the University...

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