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Page 129 text:
Blackhawk Tribe members get reody for refreshments at their Christmos party. Members, left to right are Karalee Cook, Jane Aikin, Edword Sacks, Jack Fields, Pamela Moses, Gregg Wahlstrom, Robert Nacin, Kenneth Knapp, Sharon Murphy, Earl Strupp, Steve Nesseler, Michael Meyer, Dorothy Paridon, Margaret Mayne, Diane Swanson, Stephen Hawes, Katheen Grams, Stephanie Foulk, Ted Maxeiner, Linda Peterson, Ronald Martin, Sandra Spates, and Rolanda Garcia. TRIBE STUDIES CITY ' S ROLE IN THE CIVIL WAR Acting as hostesses for the Christmas party are council members, Karalee Cook, Jane Aikin, and Kathryn Smellow. ' ' Follow the trail of history " is the directive given to the members of Blackhawk Tribe. This organization is not a band of Indians but a group of students eager to learn more about the world in the past tense. They study state and national history with an emphasis on the local past. Pro¬ moting interest in the " Junior His¬ torian " is another interest of the club. The special project this year is to study Rock Island ' s role in the Civil War. The national election is the subject for a meeting with Youth Forum, and a speaker is invited to talk on recent discoveries in Indian life. BLACKHAWK TRIBE 125
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Electronics Club President, Peter Bohn, demonstrates his prowess with electric devices, while Vice-President, Ron Johnston; and Secretory-Treasurer, Pam Moses, look on. Electronics Club, under the sponsor¬ ship of Mr. McMasters, meets on the second Thursday of every month. This club is one of specialized interest, and for that reason the membership is very small. This year there were only seventeen members. In general the club learns codes and studies the theory of radio. This year they have put together several types of instruments. The members of the club also work in the concession stand at home foot¬ ball and basketball games. ELECTRONICS CLUB PREPARES FOR SCIENCE FAIR. " This is the way it works ' says Peter Bohn as the club members watch his demonstration. Seated, Left to Right: Joy Hill, Sandra Schumacher, Pamm Moses, and Arlyce Hanson, Standing: Lowell Apple, Tim Hilton, Linda Hoefle, Booker Cole, Ronald Johnston, Wesley Scott, Eugene Lowry. John Heckert, Peter Bohn, Jeff Missman, Ken Marshall, Rolph Nagle, and Jim Hoover.
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First Row, Left to Right: Tim Hussey, James R. Davis, Jomes Garret, Shelby Foss, James Ebers, Doniel Gillette, Ronald Zbleski, Ronald Morrison, Edward Bell, Marion Collins, Thomas Albers, Tim Ryerson, Lorry Turnipseed, Joseph Fuller. Second Row: Michael Gersick, Williom Ziel, Arden Zentic, Peter Ortiz, Doug Crawford, David Roberts, Bruce Davis, Ronald Martin, Steven Kemenyffy, Dane Cook, Michael Peterson, Nevins Harding, Thomas Thomas. Third Row: Jomes Reeves, Jeff Missman, James Hass, Warren Rogers, Charles Scott, Michoel McAdams, Peter Gartelos, Lorry Shriver, Gene Utke. LETTERMEN PROMOTE SCHOOL To qualify for membership in the Lettermen ' s Club, one must earn a major letter in one of the following sports: football, cross-country, basketball, swim¬ ming, wrestling, track, tennis, golf, or swimming. Under the direction of H. V. Alm- quist, the Lettermen sponsored the an¬ nual Faculty-Lettermen basketball game and their Varsity Show. They assisted with the junior high track meets held in the stadium. The proceeds from these events were used to further Rock Island High School ' s athletic program and for contributions to many charitable organi¬ zations. To keep with tradition the Letter- men wore their red sweaters every Friday. Throughout the year they promoted good school spirit and sportsmanship which is necessary to successful athletic programs. Lettermen ' s Club officers ore from left to right: Treasurer, James Seymour; Vice- President, Mike Gersick; Secretary, Larry Shriver; President, Peter Gartelos. 126 LETTERMEN ' S CLUB
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