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VOLUME 89 NUMBER 104
CITY
FINAL
10 CENTS
CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA, FRI DAY , APRI L 23, 1971
ASSOCIATED PRESS, U PI , NEW Y O RK T IMES
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As Aiding Rich Areas
DBS M O I NE S ( A P ) - A p lan j S io u x Cit y ) said House Sp eaker
it s critics said would b e ne f it t he i William Harb or ( R - H e n d e rs o n ) j
state's p ro p e rt y rich school c lis - ; had ind ic at e d T hursday he
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T he m easure, which has t h e ' M aj o r p rovisions of t he b ill of -
b ac k ing of several ru ral le g is la- j f c re d b y t he ways and m eans
t ors , was p re s e nt e d b y Rep . j c o m m it t e e re m aine d ^ v irt u ally
Delwyn Slrom er ( R - G arn e r) ,
IN NEW SPA CE V ENT UREPict ur e d in t he ca b in o f t he ir So y uz 10 So vie t s pa ce s hip a r e , fr o m
le ft , A le xe i Ye lis e y e v, flight e n gin e e r ; V la dimir Sha t a lo v, co mma n de r , a n d Nikola i Ruka vis hn iko v, t e s t
e n gin e e r .
He a d for Lin kup
A s St a t ion St e p
MOSCOW ( AP) - Three So-
viet cosm onauts eased their
Soyuz 10 sp aceship int o a p ar-
allel orb it with the unm anned
t arget ship Salute Friday and
z eroed in f or a rendez vous wit h
t he s at ellit e launched f o u r days
ago.
Soyuz 10 st reaked into orb it
early Friday m orning and b e-
gan p ursuing Salute, launched
early Monday. If the two c raf t '
link up , iU-wouId b e a m aj or
step to b uilding an orb iting
sp ace lab oratory, one of the
m ain goals in the Soviet sp ace
p rogram .
Soyuz 1 0 was m an orb it
slightly higher t han t h at of Sa-
lute, b ut their angles of inclina-
tion to the equator were ex -
actly the sam e, 51.6 degrees.
T his m eans t h at Soyuz 10 would
only h av e to slow down a b it
to drop int o the sam e orb it as
Salute.
Sees T ransf er
At Jodrell Bank, E ngland's
Sir Be rnard Lovell, a leading
ex p ert on the Soviet sp ace p ro-
gram , p redicted t h at Russia's
Soyuz 1 0 cosm onaut s will at-
tem p t t o t rans f e r t o t he un
m anned Salute c raf t .
Lovell heads the research
team at the ob servatory which
has used a giant radio tele
scop e to t rack every m aj or
Soviet sp ace f lig h t since the
f irs t , 10 years ago.
Lovell said he was wait ing to
see what t rans f e r m et hod wouli'
b e us e d, a sp ace walk or ;
docking system . He told news
m en he b elieved the Russian
were "very close to c arry inj
out p rocedures which have b een
anticip ated f or som e tim e."
The director of West G er
m any's Bochum sp ace t rac k in
station, Heinz Kam ins k i, p re
dieted one or two m ore sp ace
c raf t would b e sent up t o b
at t ac he d to Soyuz 10 and Sa
lute. He suggested Friday o
Sat urday night as p ossib le
launch tim es.
"Joint Ex p erim ents"
Soyuz 10 will conduct "j oint
ex p erim ents" with Salute, the
o f f ic ial Soviet announc e m e nt
said. It did not sp ecif y whet her
t his would include docking, b ut
Soviet sp acecraf t have docked
in sp ace b ef ore, and it ap -
p eared a likely step in the or-
b ital lab orat ory p rogram .
T he huge, three-stage carrier
cket lif t e d of f it s launching
ad at the Baikonur sp ace corn-
ex in central Asia at 2:4 5
m ., or 5:4 5 p .m . T hurs day
wa tim e. Ab oard were Vlad
m ir Shatalov, t he c om m ande r;
lex ei Yeliseyev, the f lig h t en-
neer, and Nik o lai Rukavis h
kov, test engineer.
T he rocket j et t isoned its f irs
age shortly af t e r lif t o f f and
hen locked int o e art h orb i
ith a high p oint of 1 54 m iles
nd a low p oint of 128.8 m iles.
T his was very close to Sa
ut e 's o rb it which ranges b e
veen 137.9 and 1212 m iles
b ove t he e art h .
A Rehearsal
K am ins k i said t h is ind ic at e
le current op erat ion is a re
ears al, not an at t e m p t to es
( Cont inue d: Page 3, Col. 3.)
Today's Index
Com ics 29
Courthouse
Crossword 29
Daily Record . . . .
Deaths
E d it o rial Features 6
Farm
Financial 3'
M arion 1'
Movies 24-26
Society 18,'
Sp orts 21-2
St ale .
T elevision
2
V lit che ll Fe a r s .
Ra lly V io le n ce
WASHING T ON ( A P ) At t or-
ley G eneral Mitchell, said Fri-
Jay t h at t here is "a sub stantial
lossib ility" of violent c onf ront a-
ion during the ant i-war dem on-
trations scheduled f or this
veekend and the nex t week in
Washington.
His statem ent was m ade ab out
,wo hours af t er the def ense de-
lartm ent said f ederal troop s had
> een alerted f or p ossib le dut y
Sat urday.
Mitchell said som e of the p er-
sons who will at t end t he rally
Saturday at the Cap itol and p ar-
ic ip ale in activities scheduled
'or ne x t week "are insp ired b y
out side interests."
St o ck Ma r l-
Up Sha r ply
NE W Y O RK ( AP) - Af t e r
t hree sessions of decline, the
stock m arke t shot ahead Friday
in heavy t rading.
Th 2 p . m . Dow Jones average
of 30 ind u s t rial issues was up
8.57 p oints at 9 4 9 .20. Advanc e s
on t he New York Stock Ex -
change led de c line s b y a f airly
narrow m arg in.
Tokyo G ove rnor
TOKYO ( U P I ) - R y o k ic h
Minob e, 67, a Marx ist econom
ics p rof essor, Friday was inau
gurat ed into his second f o u r
year t erm as governor of T okyo
t he wo rld 's m ost p op ulous cit y.
Ro ge r s T r ip:
Is r a e l, Fo ur
A r a b La n ds
WASHING T ON ( AP) - Secre-
t ary of State Rogers announced
Friday t h at he will visit Israel
and f o u r A rab nat ions early
n'ex t m ont h in his search f or a
M id d le East p eace s e t t le m e nt .
"We have an o p p o rt u nit y to
e x p lore ways t o m ain t ain and , I
op e, to accelerat e p eace in t h e
diddle East . . . We b elieve t his
an ex cep tional o p p o rt u nit y
n op p ort unit y t hat 'm ust not b e
ost," he said.
At a ne ws ^ e onf e re nc e , Rogers
aid - he do'es not look f or a
reakt hrough on his t rip b ut he
ill discuss wit h E gyp t ian and
sraeli leaders the p ossib ility of
n agreem ent on op ening the
b uez Canal. He b elieves such an
agreem ent could b e an int e rim
t ep t oward a f inal set t lem ent .
T he A rab countries involved
are E gyp t, J ordan, Leb anon and
J au d i Arab ia.
T he order of Rogers' v is it s
vas not anno u nc e d .
He s aid he w ill b e in. P aris f or
alks wit h Foreign M inis t er
M aurice Sc hum an e.n Ap ril 29
and will stop in I t aly on his way
lom e f rom the M iddle 'E as t . T he
lom e visit is ex p ected to b e
ab out May 8 .
Rogers' schedule calls f or
WA S HI NG T O N ( U P I ) - A nt i-
ar v e t e rans lit t e re d t he step s
of t he U.S. C ap it o l wit h t he ir
c om b at m edals Friday in an
angry b ut p e ac e f u l c lim ax t o
f iv e days of p rot e s t ing t he war
in V ie t nam .
One b y one, vet erans walked
t o a wire b arric ad e erected
T hurs day at the f oot of the step s
on the west side of the Cap it o l
anno u nc e d t h e ir nam e and wit h
ant i- war s hout s tossed t hem as
f ar as p ossib le up t he step s
le ad ing t o t he Cap itol.
Many of the 730 dem on-
st rat ors shout ed ob scenit ies as
they t hrew t h e ir s h iny m edals
and rib b ons.
Re p . Ro nald Dellum s ( D-
Calif . ) j oined t he line at one
p oint and t hrew in a h and f u l of
m edals, saying, "I used to b e in
the U.S. m arine corp s. T hey can
h av e them b ack. " He was t he
only congressm an to ap p ear
d u ring t he t wo- hour dem on-
s t rat io n.
Dellum s said t he m edals die
not b elong to him . He said an
other m arine asked him to
t hrow his m edals as a s ym b olii
gesture.
As each m an f lu ng his m e d al
t rict s at the ex p ense of others
was laid b ef ore t he Iowa house
Friday in its second day of try-
wo u ld rule such p rop osals not
germ ane. He said t his would b e
"reneging on a p rom ise" b y the
O b ligat ed
in 79-'82
n y i -
ng t o writ e a s t at e t ax inc re as e ! le ad e rs h ip t o allow discussion ot
and school aid b ill.
I all sort s of p rop osals.
who said it was designed t o cure
what he called inequit ies in t he
"f oundat ion f o rm u la" p lan sub -
m it t e d b y t he house way s and
Opposition Grows to
Iowa City Rock Fest
By Ford Clark
IOWA CITY - City council-
m en here m et in sp ecial session
at 8:15 a. m . Friday to hear a
b rie f ing b y Cit y Manager Frank
Sm iley on p rom ot ers' p lans f or
rock f est and p eace dem on-
s t rat io n in Iowa Cit y May 1 .
T he sp onsors, now dub b ed the
May 1 Co alit io n, have revised
I h e ir estim ate of t he t u rno u t
down to som e 5,000 to 7,000 p eo-
j le. T hey were given p erm ission
T hurs day to use City p ark here
tor Iheir af f air.
T h o u g h the p ress w as
b arred f ro m the u nu s u al coun-
cil m eet ing Friday, it was
learned t hat at least two coun-
cilm cn are op p osed to the city
allowing the use of the p ark
f or t his ac t iv it y .
Several c o u nc ilm c n ac k no wl
edged t h at t h e y have received
m any p hone calls ab out t h i
c it y's ac t io n, and it is no v
known t h at a discussion of t lv
m at t e r w ill com e u p at t lv
ounc il's inf o rm al session Mon
day. At t h at t im e , a m ot ion U
escind the city's action on th
> ark m ay b e ent ered.
"Ex cellent Coop eration"
Sm iley, in ex p laining t h
city's p osit ion af t e r t he m e e t ing
not e d t hat the city has had "ex
cellent coop erat ion" in p reviou
rock f ests held at the p ark. Bu
le said the real concern her
'is the sheer nu m b e r of p eop l
who could conceivab ly t u rn, u
'or the event."
He said the city has m ade it
"ab solutely clear" to the Co-
alition t hat drugs and alcohol
will not b e allowed, and that
arrest s will b e m ad e if they
are f o u nd .
"T his is not f or the p u rp o s e o
t h re at e ning anyone, " Sm ile
said, "b ut sim p ly t o inf o rn
t hem of the s it u at io n. "
Ano t h e r c onc e rn, b e s aid , "is
t h at an in f lu x of vis it ors m ig h t
m e an at t e m p t s to sleep in .the
( C o nt inu e d : Page 3, Col. 6.)
som e of t h e m held h an d f u ls
a crowd of som e 8 00 onlooker
roared ap p roval wit h cheer
and shouts such as "Right on!"
Changed t act ics
At t he last m inut e, t h
p lanners of the dem ons t rat io
changed tactics and decided t
scatter the m edals over step
b eyond the f ence t hat had b ee
erected b y Cap itol aut horit ies a
a security m easure in ad v anc
of a b ig p eace rally S at u rd ay .
T he v e t e rans had originall
p lanne d t o p lace t he m edals in
"b ody b ag" sim ilar to the one
used t o re m o v e war dead f ro m
V ie t nam b at t le areas.
In cont ras t to a sub dued can
d le lig h t p rocession p as t t h
Wh it e House T h u rs d ay nig h
t h e dem onstrators ap p eare
tense and ang ry as they sym b (
lic ally t u rne d in t heir award s t
congress
T he d is ab le d went b y f irs
m 'eans c o m m it t e e .
Assessm ents
St rom e r said any p lan such as
e f o u nd at io n f o rm u la wh ic h
s t rib ut es state aid on the b asis
assessed v alu at io n p lus in-
om e would b e ine quit ab le
nless ad j u s t m e nt s are m ade to
om p ens at e f or u ne q u al p rop er-
assessm ents over the st at e.
It called f or a 30 m ill b asio
school p rop e rt y t ax levy in
each school dis t rict or a levy
s u f f ic ie n t to raise ?350 p er
p up il, whic he ve r is less. If a
30 m ill levy would not p roduce
$350 p er p up il t hen the state
would m ake up t he d if f e re nc e .
Ab o v e t his am o u nt of m oney
lie p lan calls f or the stale ti
m ake a f lat grant of $ 325 p ei
m p il to each school dis t ric t t i
tf eate a f o u nd at io n t o t aling 67
p er p up il.
Local T ax es
Strom er said any s p endin
ab ove t h at level would b e m ad
up b y the dist rict , 65 p ercent b
addit ional p rop erty tax es and "
p ercent b y a local incom e t ax .
Rep . Andrew V arley (R-
St uart ) term ed the p lan "p at-
ently u nf air" in the dis t rib u-
tion of st at e aid.
And Rep . E d g ar Holden ( R
Dave np ort ) said it would clearl
b e ne f it the 62 districts in th
int ac t af t e r t h e f irs t d ay o f
deb at e on t he issue, generally
re g ard e d as t he h o t t e s t f ac ing
the 1971 session.
M any m ore p rop osed am e nd -
( C o nt inu e d : Page!, Col. 7.)
Som e were on crutches, witho
legs; others w alk e d wit h e m p t
sleeves.
A de m ons t rat or t y p i c a 1 1
( Co nt inu e d : Page 2, Col. 6.)
f lig h t to London nex t ^ M onday
and at t endance at a Southeast
Asia T reat y Organiz at ion con-
'erence of f oreign m inis t ers
Ap ril 27-28. He will leave Lon-
don Ap ril 29 on a f lig h t to
bhr ug Off
Co n n a lly 's
Ja w b o n in g
NE W Y O RK ( A P ) - More
anks b oosted t heir p rim e lend-
ng rat e Friday desp ite a b it of
awb o ning b y T re as u ry Secre-
ary Connally.
"Very d is ap p o int ing , " he said
'hursday im m e d iat e ly a f t e r
:hase M anh at t an Bank of New
/ork init iat ed the b oost to 5%
p ercent f ro m 5> /i p ercent in the
nt erest charged b ig corp orate
st at e have $ 30,000 o
m o re p 'er p up il assessed valua
Lion. He s aid these dist ric'
could rais e $350 p er p up ilwit h
levy of 8 to 8 .5 m ills and the
would still receive t he sam e f la
g rant s as p oorer districts.
Disp ut e Fizzles
A d is p u t e over p rop osals
giv'e p ro p e rt y t ax relief f o
cities and t owns as well a
schools f aile d t o m at erializ
when the Rep ub lican leadersh
agreed to allow cons iderat ion
such p rop osals.
Rep . Leonard Andersen ( R
wrro we rs
"I was totally u naware t ha
oan d e m and s had reached such
p rop ort ions as t o j u s t if y such an
Sp ecial t o T he G f iie it e
DES M O I NE S T he U niver-
s it y of Iowa m ust p lay f oot b all
gam es wit h Iowa State in the
1979-80-81-82 seasons.
St anley Redeker of Boone,
p resident of the state b oard of
regents, announced Friday t h at
it has b een decided b y the p ro-
f essional arb itrator hired b y the
! regent s to set t le the contro-
versy b e t we e n the athletic de-
I p art m e nt s of the two st at e uni-
|versities.
"Ob ligated"
;
'Pat ric k J. Fisher of Indian-
ap olis , a m em b er of the Am eri-
ican Arb it rat ion Assn. selected
to hear the case, has sub m itted
his f indings, " Redeker said. "He
as ruled as f ollows: 'The State
J nivers it y of Iowa is ob ligated
o p lay f our f ootb all gam es wit h
owa St at e university in the
years 1979 to 1982'."
T he two schools already h av e
signed cont ract s to m eet in the
seasons of 1977 and '78. Af t e r
those gam es were agreed up on,
f orest Evashevski, then athletic
director at Iowa, scheduled the
[our additional gam es with Clay
increase," Connally said.
T he increase cam e af t e r
series of cuts during the las
year b rought t he rat e down
f ro m a record 8V'2 p ercent .
Not Deterred
Connally's criticism f ailed to
deter other b anks f rom j oining
Chase M anh at t an. Banks b oost-
ing their rat es Friday included
First Nat ional Cit y, Bank of
New Y ork and M au f ac t u re rs
Hano v e r of New Y ork; Nat io nal
Bank of Det roit ; Cleveland
T rust; First
Philadelp hia;
Stap leton, then athletic director
Pennsylvania of
r _ _ _ _ First Nat ional
and Northern' T rust of Chicago.
Nevertheless, t h e criticism
t he
b y
was a de p art ure f rom
hands - of f p olicy f ollowed
at Iowa State.
Contracts f or the f our addi-
tional gam es were never
signed b y Iowa of f icials, how-
ever. Af t e r EvashevsW le f t
Iowa last July 1, the Iowa
b oard in control of athletics
announced it had never rati-
f ied Evashevski's action in
scheduling the gam es.
Iowa State's athletic b oard
and director im m ediately ac-
cused Iowa of reneging on a
"m oral com m itm ent" and an
"oral agreem ent" to p lay the
gam es. The regents studied the
case, then decided to hire the
arb itrator rather
a decision them -
New Pullout Stage Opens,
Week Ahead of Schedule
Ankara, T urkey, wit h a stop -
over in Paris.
He will m eet wit h f oreign
m inisters of the Central Treaty
Organiz ation Ap ril 30 - May 1
and then b egin his Middle E ast -
ern swing.
SAIG ON ( A P ) - T he U.S.
c o m m and Friday anno u nc e d t h e
st art of t he sevent h p has e of
Am erican t roop cut b acks in
South V ie t nam , a week ahead of
President Nix on's tim etab le. Of -
f ic ial sources said the re d u c t io n
of U.S. f orces is ru nning 10,000
to 15,000 m en ahead of s chedule.
T he sevent h ro u nd was sche-
duled to b egin May 1 , b ut the
c o m m and anno u nc e d t he s t and-
down of th'e First b at t alio n,
First m arin e re gim e nt , Fi r s t
m arine d iv is io n, f or redep loy-
m e nt to Cam p Pendleton, Calif . ,
to rej oin the rest of the division.
De p art ure of the b at t alion cuts
U.S. s t rengt h in V ie t nam b y
1,155 m e n.
T he re m aining 1 4 ,600 m arine s
will b e out of V ie t n am b y t he
end of J u ne .
I nf o rm e d sources s aid it was
decided to p hase out the First
m arine regim ent right away b e-
cause t roop s hip s are availab le
now.
U nde r Nix o n's t im e t ab le , t h e
s ix t h p has e of c ut b ac ks was
s cheduled to end ne x t Friday
wit h t h e a u t h o r i z e d U.S.
s t re ngt h re d u c e d t o 28 4 ,000 m e n.
T he sources said the t ot al would
act ually drop to b etween 274 ,000
and 269,000 b y t hen.
Nix o n anno u nc e d on A p ril 7
t hat 100,000 troop s would b e cut
f ro m the U.S. f orce in the sev-
e nt h p hase, f rom May 1 to Dec.
Connally's p redecessor, David
Kennedy. "Quite a change in
style, isn't it? " said Connally's
p ress aide, David Brum ley, all
sm iles.
Raises in t he p rim e rat e are
usually f ollowed b y increases
charged m ore o rd inary custom -
ers while also af f e c t in g p rices
on consum er goods.
Chase E x p lanat io n
Connally's s t at e m e nt f ollowed
t he inc re as e anno u nc e m e nt so
q u ic k ly t h at one m aj or news
service had not yet rep orted it
on it s m ain news wire.
Chas e, in ex p laining its in-
c re as e , said it was a ref lect ion
of the recent advance in short-
:crm interest rates.
"O ver the p ast m ont h short-
t e rm rates have t u rne d around
ab ru p t ly and have b een advanc-
ing in all sectors," it s aid. "This
record u p ward t h ru s t has le f t
t he p rim e rat e out of line with
m oney m arket rat es so we b e-
lieve t hat an ad j u s t m e nt is ap -
p ro p riat e at t his tim e."
p rof essional
t h an m ake
selves.
Ap p arent ly Binding
Ap p arent ly the decision an-
nounced Friday will b e b inding
on b oth schools.
Redeker said earlier the ar-
b it rat or was inst ruct ed m erely
to decide if Iowa was obligated
to honor the schedule f or the
[our years, not the of t-deb ated
question of whether the two
schools should or should not
p lay each other in f ootb all gen-
erally.
Back Mills
WAS HI NG T O N ( U P I ) -
Rep s. Nix (D-Pa. ) and Baring
(D-Nev.) h av e t hrown t heir sup -
p ort b ehind Rep . M ills (Ark.)
f or the 1972 De m oc rat ic p resi
d e nt ial no m inat io n.
A gn e w Fut ur e Cloude d by Chin a
By Frank Corm ier
WASHING TON ( AP) - T he
p olitical f u t u re of Vice-p resident
Agnew rem ains very m uch in
doub t f ollowing his rep orted un-
easiness ab out President. Nix -
on's new ap p roaches toward
b roader travel and t rade rela-
tions w it h Ch ina.
T he While House o f f ic ially
says Nix on has f u ll c o nf id e nc e
in Agnew, b ut one source in t he
E x ecut ive M ans ion has suggest-
ed t hai the vice-p resident ended
his u s e f u lne s s to Nix o n b y
c h alle ng ing t he ne w Ch ina p oli-
cy.
O t h e r Wh it e House sources
e m p has iz e d t h at Nix o n's m ove
t o ease re lat ions wit h Pe k ing
was not a s u d d e n decis ion
t h at he had long f elt the U.S.
should renew t ics to the m ain-
land .
At t he m om ent , Ag ne w m ig h t
seem isolat ed ins ide ad m inis t ra-
t ion councils on t he C h ina ques-
t io n.
For e x am p le , Se c re t ary of
State Rogers went out of his
way t h is week t o count er Ag-
new's rep ort ed st at em ent s ab o u t
Nix o n's decisions,
' Senat or Dole ( Kan. ) , Rep ub li-
c an nat io nal c h airm an, told
news m en T h u rs d ay night t h at
t he decision t o allo w the t ab le
t ennis loam t o acccp l t h e invit a-
t io n t o v is it C h ina was "ob-
v io u s ly well t h o u g h t out."
"As the President said ab out
this," Dole said, "there is m ore
to it t han m eets the eye."
Dole s aid "a crack in the door
to C h ina m ig h t sp eed a settle-
m e nt of the war in Southeast
A s ia b ecause Hano i knows now
and Rus s ia knows t h at Pres-
id e nt Nix o n has a p lan f or
p eace."
T he p art y c h airm an said he
did not t h ink t he re was a rif t b e -
tween Nix o n and Ag ne w.
Ag ne w was q u o t e d as s ay ing
af t e r sessions at William s b u rg ,
Va., M o nd ay w it h rep ort ers and
Re p u b lic an governors t h at he
f elt the Chinese had scored a
p rop aganda b re ak t h ro u g h b y
virt ue of the visit b y rep resent-
atives of the U.S. T ab le T ennis
Assn.
Fu rt h e r, he was said to have
arg u e d , Nix on's new e f f o rt s t o
b e conciliat ory toward Peking
would unde rc ut t he p osit ion ol
t he Nat io nalis t Chinese.
Victor G old, Agnew's p ress
secret ary, was asked ab out var-
ied re m arks recent ly at t rib u t e d
t o Agnew t h at p at e nt ly were at
v arianc e wit h ad m inis t rat io n
p olicy.
"I don't k no w w h at y o u 're
t alk ing ab out , " G old re p e at e d
several t im e s .
* * *
Cont act ed b y p hone in Iowa
City, Iowa At hle t ic Director
Bum p Elliott said he could not
answer the question of whether
:owa would ab ide b y the arb i-
; rator's ruling or whet her there
still m ight b e resistance on
[owa's p art .
Iowa of f icials have quoted
Big Ten rules which say each
m em b er school's athletic p olicy
m ust b e under the direct con-
trol of its own f acult y.
However, b ot h Iowa and Iowa
St at e also are under the direct
cont rol of the st at e b oard of
regents.
"The only com m ent I have at
this tim e," Elliott said, "is t h at
the m at t er will com e down to
m e t hrough the regular chain of
control.
"If the regents have accep ted
t his decision it will b e p assed
down to our p resident, then to
the c h airm an of our athletic
b oard and then down to m e."
* * *
Carl Ham ilt on, Iowa State
vice-p resident f or inf o rm at io n
and develop m ent, said, "G iven
the f ac t s as we knew them , we
were not surp rised at the arb i-
trator's decision. We ex p ected
it .
"There was an im p lied ob liga-
t io n, " he said, "an ob ligation
( C o nt inu e d : Page 3, Col. 6.)
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