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Marketing career planning workshop
Tired of taking the wrong courses, under the wrong instructors, for the
wrong careers? To offer a little guidance, seniors in marketing in CBA,
professors, and some local businessmen will advise undergraduates on
possible course selections and career routes, Wednesday, April 9, at 7
p.m. in the CBA Facuity Lounge. Ail interested students are invited.
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The Physical Fitness Research Laboratory is conducting research on epilepsy.
Our staff would appreciate help from interested students with epilepsy or
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There's no obligation.
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different levels of government
will be the key to negating
effects of the oil cartel, a
federal official said Tuesday.!
Speaking at the Energy for
Tomorrow forum, William
Brennan blamed the oil
shortage on a cartel of U.S.
companies and foreign
governments. Brennan, the
director of regional operation
for s the Federal Energy
Administration, spoke to a
group of 175 university and
government officials, business
representatives and Lincoln
"The prices the oil cartel
has set have no relation to the
free market," Brennan said.
Brennan said federal
supervision of domestic oil
distributors would help keep
prices in line with the free
market. He said President
Gerald Ford is seeking
legislation that would limit oil
imports and increase domestic
Ford wants to limit daily oil
importation this year to one
million barrels of crude oil,
compared to the last year's rate
of 3 million barrels per day,
Brennan said. The President
also wants to increase domestic
production to compensate for
the decrease of imported oil,
In addition, Ford's program
contains proposals to make the
United States entirely
independent of foreign fuel
sources by 1985, Brennan
"We want to accelerate the
development of energy supplies
so that the U.S. can meet the
energy needs of the free
world," he said.
Another forum speaker,
Ralph W. Shaw, general
manager of the Omaha Public
Power District, said voluntary
controls advocated by federal
officials have not worked to
lower energy consumption.
"Conservation in the
electric industry has already, in
some cases, run its course,"
Shaw said. "It was worth about
one-yesr's growth, and that
growth is now starting to climb
in spite of the recession."
Shaw said other states may
follow Nebraska in changing
from privately-owned utility
companies to public
ownership. He said suggestions
have been made to defray the
costs of pollution control
equipment with tax-free bonds.
Shaw added, however, that
public ownership will not solve
problems of inflation and
increasing fuel prices that are
affecting power companies.
Gov. J. James Exon said
that, while a national energy
policy is necessary to reduce
energy consumption, states'
interests must also be
protected. He said that many
fertilizer producers in Nebraska
cannot obtain all the natural
gas needed to produce the farm
Federal natural, gas limits
imposed on fertilizer producers
have seriously affected the
agriculture industry, he added.
production costs will reflect
back to the consumer segment
of the economy, he said.
The Energy for Tomorrow
forum was sponsored by the
UNL College of Engineering
and Technology and the state
Editor-in-chief: Wes Albers. News Editor: Dave Madsen,
Managing Editor: Rebecca Brite. Associate News Editor: Randy
Gordon. Layout: Dennis Onnen. Sports Editor: Larry Stunkei.
Entertainment Editor: Greg Lukow. Night News Editor: Bill
Garthright. Special Editor: Greg Wees. Chief Photographer; Ted
Kirk. News Assistant: Janet Lliteras.
Business Manager: Jerri Haussler. Advertising Manager: Ken Kirk.
Production Manager: Kitty Policky.
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Mutt six weeks.
You can do it with our Two-Year
Program. We'll send you to a special
six-week Basic Camp the summer between
your second and third years of college. And
that will make up for the first two years of
After that, it's back to college.
Earning an extra $100 a month, up to ten
months a year. Learning leadership prin
ciples that will put you way ahead in almost
anv career, military or civilian.
If you're transferring from junior
college, or for some other reason were
unable to take Army ROTC your first two
years, you can still catch up. In the Army
ROT C Two-Year Program.
Army ROTC. The more you look at
it, the better it looks.
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472-2463 or 471-5562
University of Nebraska
Lincoln, Ne. C3503
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