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Page 23 text:
Tom Elberson demonstrates ci remote control
model airplane he built to Dick Ryan, captain,
Bob Moser, first officer, and two representatives
of Ohio State University.
The Junior Engineering Technical Society was
formed to stimulate interest in engineering among
high school youth. This newly inaugurated club,
under the leadership of Mr. Fallon, is affiliated
with Michigan State University and offers valuable
experience in many types of engineering. Expert
assistance is available for those who demonstrate
initiative, enthusiasm, and interest. The club pro-
motes and encourages good scholarship and pro'
ficiency in high school subjects as prerequisites for
college engineering courses.
This year's new members were inducted into the
club at special ceremonies which included a panel
discussion by college engineering students. A field
day, spent with an engineer at work, and a trip
to a nuclear power plant highlighted club activities.
"Jets" members were encouraged and helped in
preparing displays for expositions held throughout
Club officers this year were Dick Ryan, captain,
Bob Moser, 'lst officer, Bob Stone, communications
officer, and Jerry Ingle, navigator.
First row: Mr. Fallon, adviser, Dick
Ryan, captain, Bob Moser, first officer,
Jerry Ingle, navigator, Bob Stone,
communications officer, George Daft,
Bill Reiter . . . Second row: Tom Gott-
wald, .lon Easley, Charles Latzhaw,
Don Fee, Chet Harter, John Winners,
Tom Rhamy, Dave Crounse, Dan Du-
catt . , . Third row: John Marchal,
John Tracy, Bruce Gossman, Jerry
Miller, Craig Frysinger, Bob Spangler,
Bob Royal, Tom Elberson.
Page 22 text:
First row: Mr. Emans, adviser, Jerry
Serrick, president, David Crounse, vice
president, Dove Gregory, secretary,
Bob Lethers, treasurer, Dave Wagner
. . . Second row: Bob Baden, Bill
Gray, Bill Campbell, Greg Reineke,
Mike Oehler, Fred Campbell, Larry
Speiser . . . Third row: Jim Shroyer,
Bill Sweet, Steve Spurgeon, Larry Mc-
Millen, Tony Richman, Larry Smellie,
Rex Speiser, John Mason.
PHUJEIITIU EL B
Practically every period of the day a movie is
being shown somewhere in the building. The pro-
jectors are operated by members ot the Projection
The proiectionists learn how to operate and care
for various types of audio-visual equipment at their
Projection club officers inspect a
strip of film. David Crounse, vice
president, Jerry Serrick, president, Mr.
Emans, adviser, Eab Lethers, secretory,
Dave Gregory, treasurer.
meetings which are held once each month.
This year's officers were Jerry Serrick, president,
David Crounse, vice president, David Gregory, sec-
retary, and Bob Lethers, treasurer.
The faculty adviser is Mr. Emons.
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UNIIIH PI. Y
"But it's not in the script!" Buzz Uohn Shaffer!
tells Lenny lBub Ryanl, while Vicky lDiana Dirrl
Mr. Wohn, the director, explains the scrip
ent directors, Becky Behringer and Mary Brink
"Lemme down youse thugs," Lenny is escorted
from the stage.
Something old and something new were brought
into lights on the stage by the Junior Class in their
annual production, "The Doughnut Hole." The
"new" look was achieved through the use of no
scenery and the "old" part included a section from
The co-stars were Diana Dirr and John Shafer.
Other cast members were Bub Ryan, Dan Speng-
Ier, Pat Karnes, Larry Smellie, John Miller, Nancy
Potts, Gary Hogle, Linda Whetstone, Becky Bricker,
Janet Malone, Bob Mangas, Nancy McClory, Judy
Nickels, and Linda Oelke.
The play was directed by Mr. Wohn with the
help of Becky Behringer and Mary Brinkman, stu-
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