No. 74-1208.

514 F.2d 622 (1975)

Hayes SLAUGHTER, Appellee, v. BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY, a corporation, Appellant.

United States Court of Appeals, Tenth Circuit.

Decided April 14, 1975.

Rehearing Denied June 10, 1975.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Stuart L. Poelman, Worsley, Snow & Christensen, Salt Lake City, Utah, for appellant.

Bryce E. Roe, Roe & Fowler, Salt Lake City, Utah, for appellee.

Before SETH, BARRETT and DOYLE, Circuit Judges.

SETH, Circuit Judge.

Brigham Young University appeals from judgment upon jury verdict awarding Hayes Slaughter $88,283.00 in damages in a diversity action based on his expulsion by the University from its graduate school.

As indicated, the case was tried to a jury after the University's motion for summary judgment had been denied. The University requested the jury. After the plaintiff's case the University moved to...

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