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Page 116 text:
Chess Club and
Benson's chess club meets almost
every evening after school back stage
in the auditorium. There are about
20 members of this club. The top
five members, Tim Allen, Steve
James, Andrew Hodge, Calvin Huey,
and John Marty, compete with other
schools. The club's purpose is to
promote the game of chess as a
Page 115 text:
The Aerospace Club promotes rocketry.
The members, along with Mr. Herring, also
discuss the latest developments in rocketry.
The club meetings are open to anyone in-
terested in building model rockets. The Aero-
space Club is building a multi-launch-pad in
D-101 so they will be able to have launches
TOP: Mr. Herring helps Doug Martin, Dale Cresap, and
Gerald Neushwander as they construct a model rocket
tracker. LEFT: Gerald Neuschwander watches Greg
Jones, Doug Martin and Dale Cresap work on the rocket
tracker. BELOW: Dale Cresap, Greg Jones, Kevin Hicks
and Doug Martin work on the model rocket tracker.
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BOTTOM LEFT:John Marty concentrates
on his chess game. TOP LEFT: Andrew Hodge
mulls over his next move. ABOVE: Members
ofthe Aardvarks arefFROM LEFT TO RIGHTJ:
Mason Van Buren, Randy Dietrich, Dean
Fassnidge, Conald McCabe, David Menicosy,
Jerry Donovan, Chris Ness, and Dan Calef.
ABOVE: Randy Dietrich practices on the
The Aardvarks explain and en-
courage the use of computers at
Benson and in the community. As
a group the Aardvarks explain in
simple terms and demonstrate
the operation of the computer
during the school's 49'er and
Tech Show. Also the Aardvarks
work on programming the com-
puter for its increased use.
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