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The 1971 Rock Island Debaters posing in the library Row, Penny Wakeland, Morry Zukerman, Kenny Hillman, and Doug Martin. The " Rocks " travel far are, First Row, Chett Winchell, Craig Sandusky, john Slivken, Mike Docterman, Rory Thompson, Cathy and near to challenge other debaters. Schweibert, Allen Garber, Drew Deusch, Second Controversy Rages on for Debate Squad Mr. Dennis advises the Debate team on proper meas¬ ures and new techniques of linquistics. Debate. Meeting every day—seventh period. Researching, discussing, reading. Resolving that the government establish, finance and administer air and water pollution control in the United States. An essence—interscholastic activity. Two levels of debate: varsity: junior-senior orators; novice: sophomores. Travelling to the U of I for a tournament—no one under 18... Recruiting future debators with assemblies at jr. high schools. Earning two first-place awards and two second-place. Debators: rationalizing with reason. Arguing with, against and between— for the team and Mr. Dennis. 54 Rory Thompson quizzically ponders another question put to him by an opposing debator.
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Interested Science Club members watch as David VanDerKamp performs an experiment. A lecturer fascinates members. Science Club Furthers Scientific Interest Science Club. Deriving knowledge from study and observation. Experimenting with new methods. This is science—and the basis for the organization of Science club. Joining and sharing activities: the Fluidics demonstration in Davenport—fact-filling. Watching movies and having lively discussions at the meetings each month. With other science clubs. Spending Friday or Saturday nights working at the candy-popcorn-coke stands. Always hand-in-hand with scientific knowledge—to prove, joining in the end-of-the-year steak fry—Science Club. Science Club officers Ted Stone, john Kittler, and Rena Lee experiment in the lab. 53
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Fraction Faction Membership Multiplies Fraction Faction. A mathematically-molded club. An array of activities revolving around the magic of math: Programming and playing games on the school computer. Figuring out the tricks of magic squares. Attending an astronomic show at the John Deere Planetarium. Listening to an accountant relaying his chosen profession. Partying throughout the year. Planning visits to area computer centers. Always counting and calculating. With Mr. Anderson as their sponsor, members of this club also sponsor concession stands. Fraction Faction: a quizzical club. The officers explain new plans at a nieeting. The officers, Gwen Anderson, Debbie Schubert, and Sabine Merki, use flashcards to study for a big test as Debbie explains to the foreign exchange student that math really isn ' t hard. Conversation and discussion spark the meetings of the Fraction Faction Club, enlightening many of the math students.
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