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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 8, 1984)
Monday, October 8, 1034
Franchising corporation executives
hope to cash in on CBA program
By Lisa Nutting
DLy Nebrasiaa Ci&fTr.ejwrtr
McDonald's, Valentino's and
Taco John's may not serve the
same kind of food, but they do
have one thing in common they
are all members of the Inter
national Franchise Association.
Top executives from major
franchising corporations across
the United States met at UNL
Thursday and Friday to help the
College ci Business Administra
tion make its new Franchise
Studies program best serve the
"Franchising is no longer merely
a way of doing things, it's a way of
life," said James Trethewey, senior
vice president of Sheraton Motels.
Trethewey spoke at a luncheon
Friday for franchise executives.
"We must look to colleges " he
said. "That's why we're here today
to support the mission and
long-term objective of the Fran
chise Studies program at the Uni
versity of Nebraska."
UNL's College of Business Ad
ministration added its franchise
program a year ago, and this
semester added its first franchis
ing class Franchising Manage
ment 448848. The course, dir
ected by Professor Robert Justis,
deals with important aspects of
beginning and managing a new
Bill Cherkasky, executive vice
president of the International
Franchise Association, also spoke
at the luncheon. He said he en
joyed seeing what the students
and professors are doing.
This i3 a good program and
we're going to support you all we
Cherkasky announced that the
International Franchise Associa
tion has offered UNL an intern
ship for the upcoming semester.
"Thjs (Franchise Studies Pro
gram) marks the maturing of the
corporation," Cherkasky said.
D&m Schwendiman, dean of
CBA, concluded the luncheon
quoting Willa Cather There is
an atmosphere of endeavor, ex
pectancy, and bright hopefulness."
The fciiowirtg incidents were reported
to UNL police between 12:12 a.ra. Thurs
day and 1 1:13 p.m. Saturday.
12:12 a.i. Disturbance reported at
Schramm Hall courtyard.
12:12 sum. Person reported to be yel
ling at Mabel Lee Hall
12:1 5 a.ns. Noise disturbance reported
at Parking Area 16 at 15th and S streets.
12:S3 cuia. People reported to be
shootirg fire crackers at 33rd and Starr
streets; contacted by officers.
12:51 slsi. Noiae disturbance reported
at Farkiag Area 16 at 15th and S streets;
contacted by officers.
8.C3 a. in. Criminal mischief reported
at Brcyhill Fountain; people put soap in
8:C5 turn. Theft from car reported in
Parking Area 10 near the 501 Building.
8:34 Person arrested on war
rant at East Campus.
&:2S a. in. Fire alarm reported sound
ing in Manter Hall; cause unknown.
8:50 a.m. Lost billfold was recovered
and returned to owner.
2:43 p.m. Broken car window report
ed at 733 N. 16th St.
6:34 p.rs. Car accident reported at
an East Campus par kirn lot; no usuries
6:19 p.ics. Theft reported at Temple
6:50 p.ra. Noise disturbance reported
at 16th and S streets; officers unable to
7:67 p.m. Disturbance reported at
Memorial Stadium; person was contacted
and advised to leave. .
8:23 p.ra. Lost or stolen billfold was
recovered at College of Law and returned.
8:23 p ja. 1 Larceny reported at Hamil
11:C2 p.m. Disturbance reported at
15th and R streets.
12:22 mm. Fire crscta noise reported
at Abel-Sandoz residence halls; officers
unable to locate source.
1:11 a.;a. Theft reported at Nebraska
1:12 aos. Loud party reported at
Schramm HaZL, persons were contacted
and party was broken up.
2:23 tLjm. Fire alarm reported sound
ing at TelecommiinicstioRs Office.
:12 tuns. Car accid ent reported at
14th and W streets; no injuries were
S-.43 a,n. Theft reported from Abel
11:44 turn. Campus police assisted
Lincoln Police Department on a domestic
assault on Charleston Street between
Ninth and ICth streets.
123 poa. Noise disturbance, report
ed at lih end S streets; party was con
tacted end given verfesl waraSssj,
7:0 sjcs. Or ercident reported at
12th and Vhe streets; no injuries were
t"AS pan. Noise complaints reported
on Esstt Caaspua.
15:21 psz. PossMs fight reported at
33rd and Starr streets; settled by officer.
1:13 aoa. Loud party reported st
15th and S streets; settled by Skers.
1:S2 aoa. Broken window reported
or house at 16th and Vine streets.
3:S3 a.33. Domestic disturbance
reported in Sisiith K1L
as. Vert si disturbance reported
at 1 5th and R streets. .
S.23 aoa. Domestic disturbance re
ported at Gather IIxlI; aettkd by ofJkers.
4:2 .eu Disfurhsnns reported at
SeSsck Quadrangle; settled by cfScers.
4:41 a.n. Bike recovered on O Street
between IStk and 17th streets. .
4.Z2 &.ra. Iatoxksted person found
sleeping c a campus; was taken to Detoxi
73 a.n. UNL police assisted Lin
coln police on assault report at 20th and
t.Z2 maxu UNL po!ice assisted LLt
eoln police on accident ti 23rd ar.d Kol
drefe streets; no injuries were reported.
aoa. Viruiksa to watdowshkiid
reported in Fsrkir Area 21 on East
22 Ctt p.sau Ilt-tnd-rua aeddeat re
ported te rarSfcs Area 21 tx Ntoth tad U
2:01 p.a. Person arrested for mis
demeanor assault and failure to obey
oSicer at 11th and Avery streats.
2.21 poa. Injury reported at Memor
4X2 p.&. Possib le heart attack report
ed at Memorial Stadium; person taken to
&:10 p.m. Billfold reported lost or
stolen at MemorbJ Stadium.
C:E3 p.ra. Domestic disturbance re
ported at 16th and Vine streets.
10:52 p,M. Injury reported in 8000
buildirg of Selleck Quadrangle.
11:18 p.ia. Person earlier reported
missing was found.
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