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Collegian Magazine Friday, Oct. 9, 1981
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place to go to when they return for -
Homecoming, and tha,t. the Oktoberfest is
a way for these alumni to meet and
The theme for this year's Homecoming associate.
is Penn State: A Tradition; and the "We plan the Oktoberfest for two
Alumni Association is sponsoring the reasons as a place for people to meet
fifth annual Oktoberfest celebration as a and say `Hello' to friends and to see
part of that tradition,who's there, and for people who don't
The celebration will start in the have any'other plans," she said.'
Nittany Lion Inn's Cohmial Room • Clemson said the Oktoberfest is the
immediately after the Homecoming only Homecomingevent that , is strictly •
football game tomorrow and will Alumni Association-sponsored because
continue until about 7:30 p.m., said of the number of other activities planned
Donna Clemson, a spokeswoman for the for the homecoming weekend. She said
association. ' the association played a sort of
"We don't have any specific program cheerleading role, giving the
planned for the OktoberfestrClemson Homecoming Committee any help it
said. "We don'tplan any kind of formal might need. . ~. •
program at all it's just beer, hot dogs "Really our role is a kind of a rah-rah
and sauerkraut:" . one i t! she said.."l guess you could say .
Clemson said that alumni have our interest in homecoming is keen
fraternities, sororities,, or some other because naturally we feel that'the most
By DENNIS SNYDER
Collegian Staff Writer
active alumniior the most involv,ed
alumni are,the ones you can keep' •
bringing back on to this campus."
Although the Oktoberfest is the only
activitythe Alumni Association is
directly involved with, there are other
events planned that alumni can
participate in. •
Lewis said the Homecoming
Committee tries to create enthusiasm
among students as well as alumni.
"Most of the programs are geared to
the entire population not only to the
alumni, but also University Park
students, branch campus students and
just the community at large," she said.
"Homecoming itself is just.centered on
everybody. A lot of the events overlap
and what we try to provide is that when
alumni return there is a calendar of
%The Nittany Lion shows his spirit at last
year's Homecoming bonfire.
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