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After you finally mastered "two times
twof' you thought you were through with
Math. But nooool Then you had to draw
pentagons, solve equations with the factor
theorem and do other mathematical proc-
esses, obviously taught to help you fill out
your future income tax return. However
you looked at it, math could be and us-
ually was puzzling. Ask some students of
Miss Brown, Miss Cleveland, or the dis-
ciples of Einstein.
That ticking sound that you heard as
you walked down the hall didn't mean that
school had finally gotten the best of you.
lt was just the pupils of Miss Williams
trying to type ninety words a minute. Try-
ing, that is! That was also a joke, sonl Far
be it from us, however, to have discour-
aged the future private secretaries of the
future business tycoons. How could they
have missed with such teachers as Miss
Creekpaum and Mr. Sundermann?
The odors that drifted from the science
laboratories weren't exactly Chanel No. 5
to people in the halls. The young scien-
tists who stirred up the concoctions cer-
tainly had strong constitutions. They must
have been oblivious to everything but
dreams of emulating Pasteur or Koch. Mr.
Bunker, recently retired, contributed im-
measurably in helping to fulfill those
dreams. The students were fortunate in
having Mr. Russell to take Mr. Bunker's
place as head of the Science Department.
All levity aside, Davis teachers are a
wonderful group of people. To them we
should like to express a sincere "thank
you" for their guidance through the past.
MATH TEACHERS lTop,i
Miss Breining, Miss Watson, Miss Wal-
ther, Miss Brown, Miss Cleveland, Miss
Okerstrom, Miss Padou
BUSINESS TEACHERS lAbovel
Row l: Mr. Caville, Miss Lucchese,
Miss Chase, Miss Creekpaum, Miss Wat-
song Row Z: Mr. Sundermann, Miss Will-
iams, Mrs. Kroner, Miss Kevlin, Mrs. Stan-
SCIENCE TEACHERS lLefti
Row l 1 Mr. Leone, Mr. Spielman, Miss
Chase, Mr. Bunker, Mr. Lepp, Row 2: Mr.
lewell, Mr. Avery, Mr. Stokes, Miss
Landis, Mr, Russell