Frat inspired by Robert E. Lee bans Rebel uniforms
File photo of General Robert E. Lee. BIRMINGHAM, Ala. a ' A fraternity that traces its roots to Confederate General Robert E. Lee is forbidding members around the country from wearing Rebel uniforms at events after years of complaints.
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#1 Apr 23, 2010
Those college chickens have no right to demand what anybody wears. I guess next they'll forbid their members to sleep on white sheets !
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