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Radio Club Encourages Electronics Study Radio and Electronics Club. Building projects. Listening to lectures. Watching movies. Attending classes of theory, Morse Code, Amateur Radio. Taking a turn at working in the concession stands. Tuning in on WB9DCP—their own amateur radio station. Learning the whys and hows of electronics. Wires and watts—confusing before becoming a member of Radio and Electronics Club, joining with Science Council in partying and picnicing. Fusing knowledge together. Nick Karzin shows other interested members a new discovery. Radio Club members demonstrate new techniques of radio construction and oper¬ ation at each monthly meeting. 51
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Popcorn and Test Tubes Familiar to Council Science Council. Intellectually inclined; not a requirement but it helps. The backbone of the concession stands. Watching movies— gathering more information about the scientific world. Partying at Christmas with forks, fondue, formulas. Travelling to Davenport for a Fluidics demonstration. Meeting each month; discussing and forming various analytical answers. Allowing themselves to escape from the scientific field to the park—for a picnic with one-half Inch thick steaks. This is the Science Council. 50 President Ted Stone and Secretary-Treasurer Susie Reinhart test the radioactivity of Vice-President John Kittler ' s watch.
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Camera Clubbers Capture Spirit at Rocky President Leroy Ulam demonstrates the operation of the print drying machine to fellow officers Paul Stetson and Sue Reinhart. Camera Club. An association of shutterbugs. Teaching the correct uses of the camera and darkroom. Turning out the lights to see what develops. Always looking for photogenic faces and features. Taking pictures for Watchtower and Crimson Crier: a never-ending job. Enlarging, reducing, close-ups and distant shots. Turning negatives into paper-bound photos. Capturing life at Rocky with an eager eye and a click of the camera. Portraying pictures worth a thousand words. Photographer Ted Stone explains the intricate workings of his camera to other members. Leroy, John, and Brian show interest in photography by membership in the Camera Club.
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