The Highacres collegian. (Hazleton, PA) 1956-????, October 03, 1955, Image 1

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    XVIII No. 2
The election is over and it was
a close race all the way. At the
final counting of the ballots on
Friday afternoon, it was revealed
that Kowalski went ahead of his
opponent Brungard, to win the
office of president. At the same
time, Sturm outraced Adams for
the office of vice-president.
Tomko, running with no opposition,
was unanimously elected to the
office of secretary-treasurer of
the Sophomore class.
The council members were split
with Marsicano and Bobowski
winning for the Progressives,
while Bittner and Smith won for
the Collegians.
On the Frosh ballot, Stish came
out on top and won over Reese and
7ylla for the office of president.
Rekas captured the office of vice
precident, and Sacco won the seat
for secretary-treasurer of the
Freshman class.
Weekly Newsletter Edition
The Pennsylvania State University Center
Hazleton, Pennsylvania
October 3, 1955
There was a little trouble with
the F'rosh council members due
to a tie which made it neces
sary to recount the ballots.
However, after the recount it
was discovered that the Frosh
had chosen Scarlato, Probert,
Tuchi, and Tihansky to represent
their class in council.
To clear things a little for you,
we would like to point out that
the president of the Sophomore
class automatically becomes
president of the Student Council.
At the same time, the president
of the Freshman class automatica
lly becomes the vice-president
of Student Council. The other
council officers are elected by
and from the council represen
We would like to express our
congratulations to the new
officers of the Student Council,
Sophomore, and Freshman classes
of 1955-56.