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The beauties and the marvels of the
heavens have always provided a scintil-
lating topic for the amateur astronomist.
XVherever he goes. discussions concerning
the prospects of life on Mars. Venus or
Jupiter. or the distance between lfarlh
and anyone of the numerous other plan-
ets. nearly always arise. XVe all at some
time have been bewildered by many
ot' the deep mysteries shrouding these
celestial bodies. and many clubs and
organizations have been formed for the
express purpose of delving more deeply
Y into the fascinating subject.
This has also been the purpose ol the
Davis ASTRONOMY Cl.UB. The small
group of students who are admitted each
term have the opportunity to sttidy the
ttse of various kinds of telescopes and
they experiment on innumerable projects.
So far. in the field of proiects. the difh-
cult problem of constructing a Star globe
has proven to be their outstanding in-
terest. with the photographing ot' the
stars a close second.
Thanks to the untiring eflort ot'
Miss Chase. the members of the Astron
omy Club are finding a new interest that
they may follow more closely in the
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The "look at the Fmirdieu method of photography has been abandoned by modern camera lieutls. who
employ entirely new methods. These methods and improvements are discussed in full at the CAMIYRA Cllll!
meetings. The members exchange advanced ideas and knowledge of photography. and ttnder the supervision of
Mr, Searles they learn to improve their own skill.
Since photography is such an important and wide Held. the clttb members attempt to interest a wider group
of students in il. They are a few of the many who have adopted photography as an important hobby during' the
last decade or so. These modern camera bends. armed with such modern weapons as the pocket-sile candid camera.
have produced amaling results. Their pictures record comical and natural sitttations as well as spectacular
The camera addicts at Davis display their photography achievements in the anritial contest which the camera
clttb sponsors. ln viewing the entries submitted to this contest. we can easily see how instrttmental modern
photography is in captttring beattty and detail which is often overlooked by the human eye.
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