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VIDEO GAME: In Cedar Rapids, Marc Morehouse notes the Univ. of Iowa is "working through the state Board of Regents on a new video display and sound system for Kinnick Stadium." The school has "centered on" Daktronics for the project "at a total cost" of $8M. The project includes a "large screen video display system within the existing south end zone structure, video displays in the northeast and northwest end zone corners and a ribbon display to be installed above the seating along the north side." That ribbon display will "show game information, video, scores and advertising." In addition to those "four video displays, the purchase request also includes two game clocks and four play clocks" (Cedar Rapids GAZETTE, 4/26).