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Ex-school official faces suit in mascot case
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WEDNESDAY, MAY 29, 2002

A former school official can be sued for actions regarding the Chief Illiniwek mascot of the University of Illinois, a federal judge ruled on Tuesday.

Former Chancellor Michael Aiken prevented faculty from talking to athlete recruits about the mascot without permission. Faculty and students sued in response.

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No immunity for U. of I. chancellor in Illiniwek suit (AP 5/28)

Relevant Links:
Chief Illiniwek, University of Illinois - http://www.uiuc.edu/dialogue/index.html
Anti-Chief Site - http://www.prairienet.org/prc/prcanti.html
Save the Chief, Pro Mascot Site - http://www.savethechief.com

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Illiniwek foes win round in court (4/6)
Church gives money to Chief Illiniwek foes (2/8)

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