Rule 9.1 General Procedures and Rules

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Buggy freeroll and push practice sessions shall be governed by any common rules between Sweepstakes races and practices as well as the following general procedures and rules:


No buggy freeroll or street push practice sessions of any type shall be held at Carnegie Mellon University at any time without the approval and authority of the following: The Police Department of the City of Pittsburgh, The Department of Parks and Recreation of the City of Pittsburgh, The Carnegie Mellon University Campus Police, The Sweepstakes Advisor, The Sweepstakes Chairman, The Safety Chairman.

Buggy practice sessions shall only be held at those times and places authorized by the Sweepstakes Advisor.

All persons participating in any activity directly or indirectly related to the Sweepstakes Competition at Carnegie Mellon University are considered to be representatives of Carnegie Mellon University. As such, these persons are expected and required to act in a responsible and orderly manner whenever they are involved in any such activity, especially when they are interacting with any segment of the public at large, the Pittsburgh Police, or the Carnegie Mellon University Campus Police.

Sweepstakes races can only be held with the cooperation and approval of the City of Pittsburgh and the people of Pittsburgh. Any irresponsible action on the part of anyone involved with the Sweepstakes Competition could jeopardize this cooperation and approval. Any individual or organization found to be acting in an irresponsible manner while participating in any activity directly or indirectly related to the Sweepstakes Competition at Carnegie Mellon University may be barred from any further participation in that activity by the Dean of Student Affairs or the Sweepstakes Advisor.

Any organizations found to be conducting or otherwise participating in any unauthorized freeroll practice or push practice on the public streets in Schenley Park and/or on the Carnegie Mellon University campus shall be penalized by being barred from ALL Sweepstakes activities (including both practices and competitions) for a period of one year from the date of the occurrence of that violation.