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All contents, unless stated otherwise, © 2013 The University Daily Kansan
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Partly cloudy. High of 59F.Winds from the SE at 5 to10 mph.
Pick up the special Friday section of theUniversity Daily Kansan tomorrow for a look atthe Sweet 16.
IndexDon’tforgetToday’s Weather
Spring is coming!
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 Volume 125 Issue 93
kansan.com
Thursday, March 28, 2013
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CrunChy ChiCkenguard sparks teamlook forward tofriday’s paper
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The Kansas band plays before the match against the North Carolina Tar Heels Sunday night, March 24, at the Sprint Center for the third round of the NCAA Tournament Championship. Kanas defeated the No. 8 seed Tar Heels 70-58.
 
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Tradition shapes annual Dining-in for cadets 
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The KU Army ROTC cadetscame up one by one. After foursalutes, one facing each direction,they bowed to the gold toilet. Witha smirk on their faces, they drank “the grog,” a liquid with hot sauce,syrup and a sweaty T-shirt in it,among other things. Then, they put the empty cups on theirheads to show there was noth-ing left.Only a selectfew cadets hadto drink it, onesthat broke therules of the eve-ning. These rulesincluded notbeing too loud, not standing upwhen a lady sits down or standsup from the table and not being inregulation uniform. Some cadetslike senior Sarah Meyer have neverhad to drink the grog, while somecadets seem to break these rulesevery year.This is “Dining-in,” a night oncea year, steeped in tradition. It isfilled with friendly tattling, drink-ing the grog and camaraderie.Even though every cadet seemedto want to be doing something elseon a Friday night, especially notdrinking the grog, there was asense of brotherhood you couldfeel in the room.It was apparent when everyonesang the army song at the topof their lungs or when everyonelaughed as each class made funof the commanding staff in skits.Even whensomeone had todrink the grog,they seemed toenjoy doing it,something thattheir fellow cadets had alsodone and thatother cadetsrespected themfor doing.“I feel like [drinking the grog]was unfortunate, but it was for thesake of everybody, and it wasn’tme, so I am OK with it,” saidCadet Kendall Gregg, a sopho-more that has never had to drink the grog.Some Dining-in traditionsseemed to be nothing more thanrequirements. There were longspeeches and toasts to differentpeople of the army, for example,the commander in chief. It seemedthat the whole night was scripted,from what the cadets said in thespeeches and toasts to the orderof events.However, one event was notscripted, the drinking of the grog.This was the part that the cadetswere waiting for. When the grogevent started, all the cadets loos-ened up and started to relax.The whole night brought thecadets closer together: the tradi-tions, the ridged script followedand the sometimes-boring partsof the three hour dinner. But, thegrog made them comrades. Theselect few that drank the grog hadbragging rights for the rest of theirtime at the University; while oth-ers had bragging rights for gettingby another year without having todrink it.
—Edited by Tyler Conover 
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KU Army RoTC cadets bserve rmal prceedings  Dining-in as they quietly await r the arrival r special guest Kansas40th District Representative Melanie Meier. Meier served in the Army as an Air Deense Artillery, and Military Intelligence fcerater graduating rm the University  Kansas Army RoTC in 1989.
“I eel like [drinking thegrg] was unrtunate,but it was r the sake everybdy.”
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