Adamson High School - Oak Yearbook (Dallas, TX)

 - Class of 1925

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Page 81 text:

'X K if f f7Qf nd f f Q' seismegy XTG X J QXQXX 4 Chemistry is supposed to be a senior subject, hut we have noticed that quite a few stu- dents have taken the precaution to begin their science a year ahead of time. Mr. tl. D. Chalk and Miss Eunice Tilley are the teachers of this department. Miss Tilley is a new teacher here this year. She says that she is just Mr. Chalk's understudy, but we hope that she won't take it so seriously that she will turn into a piece of Calcium Carbonate. There are six sections with twenty-six pupils each and two sections with thirty-tive each, making a total of two hundred and twenty-six students taking this course. 1 - Page Seventy-lbfee

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1' le . ff NJN s GYM CLAS SBS J. Y I The Physical Training Department is one of the largest in school, including the first and second year girls and a few upper classmen. The regular work is the calisthenic exer- cises which are given to improve the general health of the girls taking the courses. To have variety, games and folk dances are introduced. Indoor baseball and volley ball, two branches of athletics for girls, are taught in the regular class period. Every year Il Spring Festival is given by this department. Special dances and stunts are included on this program together with exhibitions of regular class work, Page Sswsnfy-Iwo



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