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FSA ROW I, L to R: Mrs. Rueck, Sponsor, D. Kopack, M. Williksen, man, B. Brown, D. Thompson, D. Sartin, P. Musschoot, J. Brossard, R.
P Jones, D. Isom, P. Donlea, G. Loveg ROW 2: P. Rost, J. Zimmer- Newlin.
MATHEMATICIANS WORK ON INDIVIDUAL PRCBLEMS.
Inquisitive students promote and encourage their interests in
a variety of Helds. Math Club offers its members a chance to
study advanced mathematics and the application of math. Dur-
ing the year visits are made where math is used in computers
and business. Electronics Club members pursue their interests
by working on actual equipment. Many activities include the
operation of the club station WAQEDW. They communicate
with stations all over the area and have sessions in radio tech-
nology. Camera Club was started to further students' knowledge
of photography. Pictures are taken of many different subjects
and then developed by the individual to be compared by the
other members. FSA students give demonstrations of their
individual projects which have been worked on through the
CAMERA CLUB, L to R: B. MacNiven, J. Lefevre, A. Obermaier, D
Powers, G. Lindskog, J. Brossard.
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MATH CLUB, ROW I, L to R: B. Frey, L. Foy, T. Fenton, D. Rosenfeld, Thompson, R. Isom, S. Blatnak, R. Knobe, J. Cordillg ROW 4: B. Con
ROW 2: M. DeBolt, Miss Bruce, Sponsor, C. Minor, D. Dunn, K. nelly, P. Bratt, J. Buchanan, M. Fredricks, P. Haberly, P. Musschoot, R I
Lange, B. Heinemann, E. Williams, ROW 3: R. Kerr, G. Morton, D. Shatwell, W. Brown. Missing: Mrs. Catlow, Sponsor.
BHS ENGINEERS, SCIENTISTS, PHOTOGRAPHERS, AND
ELECTRONICS CLUB fBarrington Amateur Radio Society WAQEDWJ
ROW I , L to R: Mr. Lager, Sponsor - K9HWIg J. Brossard - KQVOW
B. Brown, President - KQVPY5 P. Musschoot, Treasurer - WAQAHU 5 S.
Kolupaev, Secretary - WASBMG: L. Schafer, WAQBPH3 ROW 2: B.
Lindberg - WN9FRZg S. Walker - WNQFTB3 R. Freytag - WA9FVZ
C. Pitcher - WAQHRNQ ROW 3: D. Sartin - SWL, B. Salnick -
WA9BVEg H. Thompson - WN9FRYg K. Bergquist - SWL, D
Thompson -- WN9HSVg S. Jahnholtz -- SWL. Missing: J. McClure -
WN9BYRg G. Yamashita - K9WZQ.
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BRONCHO STAFF, ROW I, L to R: K. Kaempfer, A. Holaday, T. Leh- Richardson, A. King, B. Nielson, J. Moore 3 ROW 4: S. Zavodny, B. Su-
mann, N. Miller, P. Nowleng ROW 2: S. Stroh, M. Balgemann, J. walski, J. Edmonds, J. Bishop, D. Shatwell, B. Peache.
Alexander, A. Hanchett, J. Sicks, J. Kittredgeg ROW 3: G. Nikula, P.
BRONCHO BECOMES A BIGGER AND BETTER NEWSPAPER
EDITORIAL STAFF, ROW I, L to R: J. Jahnholtz, Ad. Manager, L.
Aranow, News Co-Editor, Miss Kennedy, Sponsor, P. Dunham, Editor-
in-Chiefg ROW 2: G. Smith, Copy Editor, D. Ribbentrop, Ass't. Sports
Editor, G. Hansen, Sports Editor, W. Wagers, Feature Co-Editor, J. Rum-
mel, Feature Co-Editor, B. Nygren, News 'Co-Editor, A. Spreyer, Managing
This year, many changes have been brought about in
the Broncho, BHS's bi-weekly newspaper. Changed from
8 x 11 to tabloid size from white sheet to newsprint, all 18
issues of the Broncho contain more news, strong editorials,
and more informative features, such as Hoofbeats, Editorial
column, Student Council news, and fashion column.
The editorial staff of the Broncho attended the Illinois
State high school Press Association in Champaign at the
University of Illinois in September. Over Thanksgiving
week, six Broncho representatives attended the National
Convention in Chicago at the Conrad Hilton Hotel. Both
were attended with Miss Kennedy, the new Broncho spon-
sor of this year.
Thereis no doubt that this year the Broncho has become
bigger and better. Students look forward to Ending their
papers in their lockers fdelivered freelj every other Friday.
We hope the Broncho will continue to be such as asset to
BHS and will continue to grow bigger and better. l
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