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Page 95 text:
MATH CLUB. Left to right, Front row: G. Winebrener
E. LaRue, M. Esper, S. Orrin, J. Lingemann, J. Zimmerman
G. Marquis, R. Fisher. Second row: C. Zoet, L. Des:
champs, J. Smith, E. F. Harrison, S. E. Crick, L. K. Kane
J. Cohn, Mr. Hartsig.
BIOLOGY. Lett to right, front row: B. George, C.
Matthiesen, B. Lawrence, J. Kienk, B. Peterson, W. Moore,
L. George. Second row: Mr. Alien, K. Stringer, J. Kitz-
man, C. Woods, B. Yeatman, J. Legg, D. Stetson. Third
row: Mr. Larson, C. E. Hatton, R. Harris, P. Bqlysh,
J. Hanton, C. Giesler. Fourth row: D. ller, J. Eadie,
D. Day, B. Harbrecht, L. Kane, W. Briggs.
Biology Club members, assisted by Mr. Allen Cleft, did
blood-testing on themselves in December. Later Mr.
Larson irighti helped them dissect a guinea pig.
Page 94 text:
NUCLEAR ENERGY CLUB. Left to right: Mr. Rotrock,
G. Marquis, R. Fsadni, J. Eadie, G. Winebrener, J. Smith,
RADIO CLUB. Left to right: Mr. Rotrock, R. Hansz, D.
Eiler, A. Lockmayer, F. Dennis, G. Marquis, T. Lewis. All
that intricate equipment is simple to these boys.
K-4 'Q 4:51.
Just what the doctor ordered? Our class rooms resound,
after school, with the projects of keen-minded science
and math students.
Mr. Zoet and Mr. Hartsig handle the teen-age mathe-
maticians whose Curiosities require investigation of
problems beyond ordinary classroom work.
Each Biology teacher lends a hand with the botanical
and zoological pursuits of his club members. Lectures,
movies, and field trips supplemented an intense pro-
gram of microscopic studies and dissection experiences.
Mysteries of nuclear energy lure several students to a
club sponsored by Mr. Rotrock, who also directs the
activities of the Radio club. The latter group discusses
radio and electric circuit problems, practices code, and
reports on individual projects.
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Page 96 text:
Disaster calmly meets disaster
DISASTER CLUB. Left to right, front row: K. Memmer,
B. Bundy, S. Viau, treasurer, C. Paul, secretary, J. Oncza,
vice-president, D. Hockaday, president, N. Silvey,
S. LaMothe, H. Fitzgerald. Second row: B. Shuller,
S. Scott, A. Bottrill, S. Schafer, K. Frigon, P. Luby, P.
Farmer, M. Esper. Third row: E. Scott, J. Anderson,
C. Casselman, B. Willnus, D. Grebik, S. Tartoni,
K. Bradley, J. Kaiser. Fourth row: A. Templeton, C.
George, S. Owston, D. Cox, S. Pringle, S. Peterson,
S. Madsen, M. Ludwig. Fifth row: Mr. Farrell, J.
McBride, L. Schultz, A. Lynch, JI Munch, J. Engle.
Mr. Wilson points out regulations for evacuation of classrooms in
case of tornado or bombing. His audience, left to right, includes
Sue Madsen, Austin Lynch, John McGraw, Mr. Farrell, and Heather
Everyone hopes, of course, that Disaster Club members
won't have anything to do during the year, because it
is their iob to take care of Bentley's two thousand
students in the event of such emergencies as tornados
When "ten bells" sound, evacuation of classrooms be-
gins and school personnel take their places in halls,
basements, and other areas that have been okayed
by Civil Defense otificials.
Mr. Wilson and Mr. Farrell are co-sponsors of Disaster
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