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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 5, 1973)
Edi,tor-in-Chief : Michael (O.J.) Nelson. Managing fcditor: Mary
Voboril. Newt Editor: Tim Anderson.
Special Editor: Ken Kirk, Sports Editor: Bill Bennett. PhoTonni,.!v
Chief: Gail Folda. Night News fcditor Cheryl Western. L itorinl
resistant: Lori Clepper.
The Daily Nebraskan is written, edited and managed by student;, at
the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. It is editorially independent o' the
University faculty, administration ana student body.
The Daily Nebraskan is published by the Publications Committee on
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday throughout the f,ili dn,I
prlnjj semesters except holidays and vacations.
Copyright 1973, The Daily Nebraskan. Materiel may bo reprintm
without permission if attributed to the Daily Nebraskan, except. m
materiel cover by another copyright.
NU given $2,000 Kodak grant
Second class postage paid at Lincoln, Nebraska.
Address: The Daily NebYask an34 Nebraska Union i4tn
StreetsLincoln, Nebr. 68508. Telephone: 4024722588
NU is among 118 four-year
colleges and universities
receiving a direct grant from
the Eastman Kodak Company's
1L)73 Educational Aid
The grants are based on the
number of graduates from
universities who joined Kodak
within five years after
graduation and are now in their
fifth year of employment.
Dave Hoist and Tom
Redding, both 19G8 NU
graduates, are the two students
hired by Kodak and now in
their fifth year with the
Kodak contributes $250 for
each academic year completed
by their employees at a
publicly supported school. NU
received a grant of
$2,000-51,000 for each of the
two men who completed four
'(.... :, at NU.
The company gives special
giants to major colleges and
universities for capital
endowments to liberal arts
schools offering curricula -of
particular interest to the
company near the company's
major manufacturing and
tiery body's falkin'
about the intimate new
"a warm, cozy atmosphere"
Dance to the Tunes
of D.J. Joey Jay
Monday thru Wednesday
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It's also for college graduates.
The American trucking industry
a vast, complex, sophisticated trans
portation network. A network that moves
almost anything you can think of. Almost
anyplace you can think of.
And to keep things running smoothly, it
needs people. All kinds of people. From
comouter analysts to cost arnnuntantft
traffic controllers to communications
specialists. People like you. r
in return, trucking offers
you good pay.
Plus a chance to grow fast
and go as high as you want to.
Because trucking is booming. And
it's already the largest and fastest
growing segment of the transportation
industry. So you can start to contribute
some mighty important things to the
cause. Now. Not ten years from now.
How do you start a career in this
It's easy, if you know where to look.
First, try your placement office. See if
there are any trucking concerns in
terviewing. Next, check out your college
placement manual for names and ad
dresses. Finally, look to the surrounding
area for companies in operation.
Find out for yourself what a great
career trucking can be. Even if you
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