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the player did not drink.
Previous accounts had said the
player was left outside to be sick on the
ground for more than one hour.
However, the statement said he was
brought outside to vomit twice and was
brought inside to be warmed each time.
Players said in the statement that the
freshman was outside for no more than
He was not, contrary to earlier repor-
ts, thrown into the back of a car and
driven around campus for morethan an
hour, the players said. The player was
taken back to Markley dormitory, a
seven minute ride, as soon as it had
become apparent the player was sick,
the release said.
THE OTHER freshman players, a
University official said, were dropped
in front of Dooley's and Second Chance
during the hazing. One hockey player,
who asked to remain unidentified,
refused to comment on whether the
freshman had been left in front of the
The team's report said the three
players who drove the hazed freshman
home brought him inside the lobby of
Markley, and "did not dump him on the
dormitory doorsteps, incoherent and
unable to walk," as stated by Krahnke.
The release said the player was
coherent and able to walk to his room
on his own. Some Markley residents
confirmed that part of the statement
Krahnke said that when the player
was discovered Sunday henwas shaved
from the neck down, and was shivering
uncontrollably. The resident advisor
said the player was covered with
broken eggs, shaving cream, jam, and
"THE SIDES OF his head had been
shaved, as well as his genital area," he
said. "There were nicks all over his
body. He was chattering so much we
couldn't even put a thermometer in his
mouth," Krahnke said.
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quoting President Carter as saying "a
secret delegation has been sent to Iran
to negotiate the release of the
Trattner said earlier yesterday Iran
might be in a stronger position at the
United Nations on the Iran-Iraq war if
the hostages were free.
"We think it is useful and en-
couraging, even, that Iran decided to
bring its case to the United Nations and
we hope a solution can be found by and
through the United Nations," Trattner
In yesterday's account, WLS-TV said
the hostages-whom Iran says have
been dispersed throughout the coun-
try-had been returned to the U.S. Em-
bassy in Tehran for briefing on how to
exchange would work. Trattner said
yesterday the United States does not
know where the hostages are at the
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THE REPORT ALSO quoted un-
named sources as saying Americans
were negotiating either officially or
unofficially in Tehran.
Earlier yesterday, President Carter
said he could not "predict to you any
progress in the foreseeable future" in
gaining the hostages' release.
Campaigning in the Northeast, the
president said he was directing daily
diplomatic efforts "to try to reach the
people in Iran with authority to make
decisions" in the interest of gaining the
freedom of the hostages.
The 52 hostages have been held in
Iran since Nov. 4, 1979.
Carter also said yesterday that he is
willing to meet with Iranian Prime
Minister Mohammed Ali Rajai to
discuss the fate of the 52 American
hostages "if he should be amenable."
But Carter's spokesman said the
president saw "no real possibility"-of
such a meeting.
CARTER WAS QUICK to add that
there is "no imminent" prospect of the
Rajai is traveling to New York to par-
ticipate in United Nations deliberations
on the subject of Iran's war with Iraq.
The president was to attend a charity
banquet in the city yesterday evening.
When reporters asked Carter about a
meeting between him and Rajai, he
said, "There's always a potential. We
have not made any arrangements to
meet with Mr. Rajai, but if he should be
amenable to a meeting we would cer-
tainly continue to follow our practice of
meeting with any Iranian official who
had a possibility of speaking
authoritatively for their government."
Carter said a meeting with RajaiW
might include "myself or Secretary of
State Ed Muskie or Deputy Secretary of
State Warren Christopher or whoever."
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