State College Daily Collegian in State-College, Pennsylvania
22 Oct 1974

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22 Oct 1974

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State College Daily Collegian (Newspaper) - October 22, 1974, State College, PennsylvaniaThe daily collegian tuesday october 22.1974�?5 the right track v i on my 1,1.1 it an president of the Model Railroad club works on the layout of the University Park and Eastern Railroad. A up includes researchers i1 almost identical to is Upas a. While the move will increase Competition Between the two it also removes a Point of possible confrontation. Should j either a up or pupa Call for a certification election there would be Little argument Between the two about who should be allowed to vote. It also i will make it much harder fori the administration to contest the make up of the bargaining unit. Researchers at Penn state now have a Choice of Union organizations to join if they want a Union for University professionals. Robert Scholten president of the University Park chapter of the american association of University professors a up yesterday 4told the daily collegian that a up has decided to include researchers As Well As faculty and librarians in its unionization drive. The move will provide an alternative for the research ers who previously had Only the Pennsylvania state University professional association pupa to turn to if they wanted Union representation. On let persons holding research positions at Penn state and not working for a degree at the University will be included Scholten said. Researchers working for a degree Here Are classified As students and cannot join a up. The decision to include researchers in a up makes its proposed bargaining unit by Dave Kaszycki collegian staff writer the Model Railroad club offers students a ratification for Quot the impulse to play god a according to Dave Dysinger treasurer of the club. A a i like creating my own perfect set up. There a never a strike in my towns a a he said. Dysinger is one of in Model railroaders who spends his free time in 19 Hub continually improvising the layout of the University Park amp Eastern the route of the limping lion. Joe Lehnert club Secretary explained his interest in the club differently. A a we All Are freaked out on something and for me its trains. I guess my big ambition underneath is to drive one of those big on the other hand president Don Mulligan who works at a Hobby store Selling trains in the summer sees the club As a an Opportunity to keep in touch with All parts of the Model railroads a like other members Mulligan said he has been interested in trains since childhood but his involvement has evolved into a serious Hobby. A Model railroads Are much More complicated than the toy trains you get at Christmas. A Smoder railroads and toy trains Are As similar As Cadillac and Volk wagons a Mulligan said. A seek perfect set up while modern railroads Are no longer a growing Industry the Model train Industry shows no sign of slowing Down. Mulligan said there is a $2-3 million Market in Model trains with several magazines devoted entirely to the subject. One Magazine a Model railroader a estimates a following of about 200,000 serious Model railroaders with at least 2,000 Model Railroad clubs across the county. All members agree there is great satisfaction and Pride from hand building almost everything a from the electrical circuits to the fake Industrial plants. A Model railroading is a combination of All hobbies. Its incredibly diverse a Dysinger said. A few of the skills utilized include carpentry electronics plastering painting and handicrafts. Also indigenous to Model railroaders Are collecting Odds and ends and photography of their own layout. Quot there a More than enough Opportunity to keep members Busy a Mulligan said. Dysinger said there Are always changes being made a something new to buy or repair. A a that a what makes it interesting the Model Railroad club is never done a he said. The layout at the Hub attempts to duplicate aspects of a mythical Railroad route Between new York and state High priest of witches to appear for colloquy Raymond Buckland High priest of the new York coven of witches will talk at 8 tonight in Schwab As the third speaker in colloquy a series on the occult. Buckland who holds a pm. D. In anthropology is the founder and director of the Buckland museum of witchcraft and magic. He has reviewed books on witchcraft for occult magazines and recently served As technical advisor for the film a necromancy a which starred Orsen Welles. He is the author of a witchcraft a the religion a a a pocket guide to the supernatural a a witchcraft from the inside and a five fingers of the Buckland has appear on a the Dick Cavett show a the Virginia Graham show and a not for women he is a member of the american association of museums the american association for state and local history and the association to Advance ethical hypnosis. R a us la never know How much Good you can do until you do it lasagne special $2.45 every tuesday 4 30 a til 9 . The tr4in station a railroading eatery by Herlocher Junction of College ave. And Garner st. 1975 1976 Toimi a for undergraduates a instruction in English a hebrew u pan prior to academic term a Independent study protect tor interested students m Tours seminars and extra curricular activities one year program american friends of a he Tel Aviv University 342 Madron Avenue new York new York 10017 212 my 7-5651 a Mem Spring semester Israel program Cantar a Alyf 515 Park Avenue new York new York 10022 212 753-0230/0262 note departure january John Curtin a. He listens to people j John Curtin Iii knows people want a voice in their government. He will maintain a local office with regular hours and hold open meetings throughout the District. Elect John Curtin i representative to the general Assembly a 77th District. Paid Lor by the contain for the Etc too of John Carria in a Iliean to finals -rod6 Steeve to Knect Faite Jhew re you buy Ejnoch a per Cav i asst Coto cheap tens 5 Toffier 5 2for $7.49 3 for $10.49 4 Fop $12-99 Pep to to $ 3o it p 30to9 ,vrel.,� fun. College that was once surveyed but never built. 1 the club uses an to scale one eighty seventh As Large As real life. Club members also periodically schedule Field trips. The club visited Horseshoe curve this term. Each Spring the Model Railroad club sponsors a combined general auction and Model building contest. The event is advertised in the a Model railroader Quot and always draws a Large turnout according to member Charles Tapper 4th-Geologyan audit of club equipment is scheduled soon but estimates the club owns More than $1,000 Worth of engines switches and other equipment. Only three engines and 10 cars belong to the club itself. The remainder of the almost 50 cars Are owned by individual members but shared by All. Organized in 1955, the Model Railroad club has been in the Hub from the first Day. It is a Meinberg of the National Model Railroad association. From masking tape and liquid wrench to official files the Small lift x 16ft.former a lost and found Quot room holds everything necessary to run a Model Railroad. Mulligan said the club has plans to promote itself More than in the past. A a in a con Vinced there Are More people who want to join but done to have the time Quot he said. Quot a real problem has been our capacity to show the display to people a Mulligan said. He said Steps Are being taken to put a window in the room to give students passing by a better View of the display. This May involve asking for funds from Asa something the Model Railroad club has never done before. Dues Are $5 a year with an introductory half Price offer for women. There Are no women members now although there have been in the past. People Start pollution. People can Stop it. Witchcraft y colloquy presents or. Raymond Buckland High priest of the new York coven of witches Schwab auditorium 8 . Tonight a free Leo Kottke done to miss Leo Kottkey a new technicolor album Quot dreams and All that stuff a from Hollywood its the antidote to ecology. You la find Leo and his personal manager vacationing on the cover at the famous location of Many Western movies backdrop of exclusive Indian hideaways. �5& Leo Kottke . On Capitol records and tapes

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