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Page 40 text:
Radio Is Common Bond Radio Club consumes another quarter of Rocky’s S cience Council. This organization consists of approximately twenty members and is open to all students showing an interest in the field of radio and or electronics. Members do such exciting things as climbing on the roof to install antennaes. Morse Code, wires, watts, waves, WB9DGP, and SCC; sound confusing? Radio Club makes all the answers clear. This year, the group acquired their new Citizen ' s Band Sta¬ tion, which allows them communication around the world. They also received their amateur license, the SCC, from the Federal Communications Commission. Radio Club played a major role in the spring Walk for Hunger. They kept commu¬ nications alive between check-in points. Radio Club keeping communications with people alive. TOP: Mr. Armstrong gives Paul Stetson a few pointers on handling equipment. CENTER: “Roger, over and out.” RIGHT: The officers of Radio Club are looking on as they try to contact someone on the radio. Jessie Gradel, Mark Smith, Mark Edwards, Max Lelonek, Steve Colbert, and Ed Avilla. 36
Page 39 text:
Campus Life Adds Friends to Fun Inciting a student riot is the charge against Campus Life. Is this a false accusation? Not when you realize a Riot is a Campus Life gym night. Other bizarre activities include George Wash¬ ington ' s Birthday Party, Bug Nite (a VW pushing race), and a Wild Goose Chase, which leads participants through shopping centers, asking “Goosey, goosey, gander? " of perfect strangers. Attending the Holiday Teen Conven¬ tion in Chicago highlighted their year. Campus Life meets weekly to discuss issues relevant to high school life and to bring about some sort of solution or insight. TOP LEFT: Apparently Karen Lubben doesn’t like what she is hearing. CENTER LEFT: Chuck Olmstead gives us a wave from the last meeting. LEFT: Tom Dudenhoffer helps to add enjoyment to the meetings. TOP RIGHT: Chuck Olmstead and Tom Boswell participate in one of the many games Campus Life members play. ABOVE: Officers and Cabinet members are Craig Blomberg, Valerie Ackerman, Paul Stetson, Peggy Sylvester. Don Cochran. President; and Michelle Noble. Vice-President. 35
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Club Captures Rocky on Film Entire stories may be traced with the click of a camera. They capture that which may go unnoticed or lost in an instant. Photography in ' ll was a Ma¬ jor form of art, inching its way into ev¬ eryone’s life. Camera Club kept the pace with this boom in photography. At monthly meetings, members were familiarized with different cameras and developing techniques. Being a part of the “big four” Science Council enabled them to procure a new color outfit to develop color prints for the first time at Rocky. Camera Club also makes valuable con¬ tributions to the production of the Watchtower and the Crimson Crier. TOP: Ed Avilla, Jay Larson, and Rick Malm check out some new equip¬ ment. CENTER: Camera clubbers discuss plans for a video tape project. BOTTOM: Facing mirrors provide a unique opportunity for a picture. 37
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