A fraternity chapter from the University of Oregon has issued a lengthy apology for a mess made by some of its members at Lake Shasta. The statement by Lambda Chi Alpha says the organization deplores the destruction and they'll hold their members accountable. They also offer to send frat members to the lake for clean-up, although that's already been done by the Forest Service. The statement even goes to the extent of declaring that until the investigation is complete and disciplinary measures are implemented, the fraternity chapter will suspend all activities of any kind. Presumably, that means the lake will be much quieter this weekend than on Memorial Day weekends of years past. A large group of U.C. Davis Aggies are expected this weekend, and they've been sternly warned about cleaning up after themselves.