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Online pledge against offensive cheers at UMD

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DULUTH (AP) — Dozens of people have signed an online pledge against abusive or racial chants during University of Minnesota-Duluth sporting events.

The pledge was created, in part, by a student following an admonishment by university officials over offensive chants at a recent men’s hockey game against the Fighting Sioux of the University of North Dakota. About 85 people had signed the pledge by noon Friday.

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