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FRAT SUSPENDED FOR SCAVENGER HUNT

A fraternity was threatened with expulsion from Indiana University on Tuesday for a scavenger hunt that had pledges search for photos of two women kissing, a midget and "any funny-looking Mexican."

Chancellor Kenneth Gros Louis said Zeta Beta Tau's list "really offended many groups on campus."

The list surfaced when police arrested nine pledges last week on charges of stealing a street sign, one of 22 items on the scavenger list.

Students and administrators were outraged by the list, which also asked pledges to get pictures of the "hottest" and "ugliest" girl in an undergraduate dorm.

The fraternity was suspended, but officials resisted a call for its expulsion without a hearing.

Fraternity President Jason Nierman said he has apologized to every group on campus.

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