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ELECTRONICS CLUB The Electronics Club, one of last year ' s new clubs, was in- stituted by Mr. Edwards and is under the direction of Mr. Smith this year. Some of the new members progressed from basic electricity kits to short-wave radios, walkie- talkies, and intercoms. The experienced members learned more about the theory of elec- tronics, and they helped the less experienced boys with their particular problems. First Row: Johnson, Doty, James, Sanders, Clingy, Hatchett. Second Row: Pinner, Crawford, Weathersby, Dorrity, Gioia. Third Row: Wilson, Davis, Taylor, Dando, Phelps, Mr. Smith. PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB The members of the Photography Club this year were veterans from last year, so, consequent- ly, they had more time to study advanced photo- graphic techniques. Monday meetings were highlighted by outside speakers, discussions, and films. During the week, the members often took pictures of athletic events and student life which ap- peared in the annual and the newspaper. The mem- bers of the club did their own developing, printing, and enlarging. Keirns, R. Sneed, J. Dando, Feinstein, Malone, Mr. Blair. 110
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Seated: Sorrels, Brown, Van Hersh, Minkin, Miller, Wunderllch, Eleazer, Heckle. Second Row; Mr. Hall, Robinson, Crawford, Crump, Barruel, Haizlip, Gold, Crenshaw. Third Row: Ringer, Rhea, Kirby-Smith, Kahn. FUTURE PHYSICIANS AND BIOLOGY CLUB This club has been active this year under the super- vision of Mr. Hall. Club meet- ings, which v ere held each Monday, were highlighted by talks and demonstrations from one or more members. The v eekly programs con- sisted of a film, lecture, and an experiment. In addition to weekly meetings, the club made numerous field trips. ASTRONOMY CLUB The Astronomy Club was established to encourage in- terest and participation in astronomy and to teach the members about the universe. All members learned about the telescope and are now adept at its use. Night ob- servations were made about twice per month. The club members used their practical knowledge in building a tele- scope. Mr. Bennett, Winters, Jones, Anderson, Romeiser, McNeil, Smith. 109
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Standing: Harfz, Snowden, Canale, Koller, Callison, Work, Todd, Vander Horst, Baber, E. Hall, Halperin, Hutton, Smith. Second Row: Essex, Pugh, Haizlip, Yeats, Laughlin, Yeats, Fisher, N. Treadwell, O ' Brien, Whitehead, Sammons, Pigeon, Higgins, Wellfor Gordon. First Row; Livermore, Bowlin, Moskovitz, Gillespie, Warren, Piper, Brescia, Olsen, Etter, C. Moore, Gatling. DRAMATICS CLUB The Dramatics Club, a newly organized club at AAUS, was responsible for the first dra- matic production at the school for several years. Last year, the club produced a French play, " La Cuisine des Anges " or " My Three Angels " , which was directed by Mr. Morelock. The club took complete control of the play, with lighting, sets, costumes, and props all provided by the members. The Dramatics Club also furnished the actors, who did a splendid job. This year the boys will present another play which had not been announced at the time of annual publication. Aside from producing the school play, the members of the club work daily in the mid-morning chapel service operating the lights and microphones. This year, the club took the task of presenting a play in which the younger students participated. This show was planned to be a short, one act play which would give some of the younger students an opportunity to display their dramatic talents. Finally, the club has not only produced fine actors for the school plays, but has also sent some of its better actors to the local Front Street Theater where several of the sen- iors took active parts in the productions of such plays as " Bye Bye Birdie " , " Annie Get Your Gun " , " Beauty and the Beast " , and " Jack and the Beanstalk " . Ill
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