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(Studio) Secretary Treasury Don. Regan quoted with regard to inflation drop and Wall Street attitude. Unempl. rise noted.
REPORTER: Dan Rather
(Los Angeles, California) Recession said to have come to college. Effect on student enrollment noted in item with regard to campuses of the University of California. Incr. in enrollment interpreted as reflection of lack of jobs. [High school principal Wilbert WHITAKER - says declining job market sends more students to college.] [Harry GARON - comments.] Pattern said reflecting experience during 1974-75 recession. Effect of budget cutbacks on state schools considered. [University of California at Los Angeles admissions director Rae Lee SIPORIN - speaks of big enrollment in engineering.] Army enlistments noted. [RECRUITER - recruits.] Armed forces said exceeding quotas. United States Army commercial shown. [Reserve Officers' Training Corps student Duane ASHTON - speaks of civilian opportunities following Navy training.] College students said concerned with regard to economy
REPORTER: David Dow
- Dow, David;
- Rather, Dan
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