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Science Council Acquires New Telescope SPIRITS OF THE Science Council members ore not dampened by in¬ clement weather at their annual picnic. BASKETBALL FANS SATE appetites at concession stands run by Sci¬ ence Coun cil members. Members of the Rock Island High School Camera club joined with the Science Club to form the Science Council. The Science Council offered enjoyable and edu¬ cational meetings for all students. They went on nature tours and visited Argonne National Laboratory located near Chicago. The Science Council purchased a tele¬ scope and did much star watching. They did various things such as launching homemade rockets from the front campus. Science Council was also In charge of the basketball concession stand. SCIENCE COUNCIL MEMBERS take inventory of their supplies on hand. They are. KNEELING, Dave Downing, vice-president; and Ron Arnold. STANDING: Jim Prester, Bob Goldman, Mike De Loose, secretary; Mark Schweibert, and Jim Brenneke, president
Page 169 text:
HOT POPCORN, A favorite of oil the fans at Rocky games, was the biggest project of the Science and Electronics Club. Members of the Science and Electronics Club had a rocket launching. This was one of many knowledgeable programs including speakers and movies on archeology and nature study. Club members, in conjunction with Camera Club, took charge of most footb all and basket¬ ball conc essions. Members were encouraged to try for entry in the Quint City Science Fair. Yearly dues in the Club were fifty-cents. JIM COLLINS, RON Arnold, Bruce Custer, Mike OeLoose scan the ceil¬ ing with the telescope bought by Science and Electronics Club. Science and Electronics Launches Rocket NUCLEUS OF THE Science and Electronics Club are Bob Goldman, public relations; Ron Arnold, vice-president; Mike DeLoose, secretary, Mark Schweibert, president. ABSENT from the picture is Greg Stone, treasurer. 165
Page 171 text:
WILLIAM ARMSTRONG, HEAD of the debate team, presents his edito¬ rial for WQAD-TV. Rocky debaters started their schedule of tourna¬ ments by winning the Mississippi Valley Debate Tourna¬ ment title in mid-December. The Forensic League re¬ stricted participation in tournaments to Illinois, but Rocky was allowed to enter the Palmer Tournament in Iowa. The club ' s debate topic for the entire year was " Re- solved:.-That Congress Should Establish Uniform Regula¬ tions Controlling Criminal Investigation Procedures. " The affirmative debaters supported new regulations pending in Congress regarding criminal Investigations while the negative debaters supported the status quo. SENIOR DEBATORS CONVEY the courage of their convictions through their challenging arguments. They ore, SEATED, Jeff Gersick, KNEELING, Mark Schwiebert, Steve Orr, STANDING, Bob Goldman, Dave Downing, Steve Saunders, Jim Brenneke. Debaters Respond with Challenging Rebuttals UP AND COMING neophytes of the debate team are, SEATED, Debbie Bunch, Peggy Risley, Lenea Johnson, Sheral Greves, STANDING, Fred Jecks, Bob Martinson, Maynard Siegel, Scott Doellinger, Dave Heinze, Bill Able. Paul Maxy, Craig Brown, Don McWilliam, and Marty Lefstein. 167
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