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PUNCHING PROBLEMS Calculators were an important part of science students’ year. ''After knowing which buttons to punch, you could really get the hang of it, " commented junior Ann Rougvie. “The calculator was harder to understand than the physics problem itself, " said junior Julie Hutchison. Although only a few analytically minded students roamed the science hall, calculators strapped to their belts, all physics and chemistry students recognized the necessity of a calculator. Most biology students however, found that the calculator crunch did not affect them. They discovered counting frogs legs could be done faster without an a d Ni p ee ula». | Above: FALL CRISPNESS. Dry prairie plants attract the attention of Kolleen Tweed and Cheryl Hanson Upper Right: LANDSCAPING. Scott Frank and Tom Thornton assist Jerry Dunn in cleaning and redecorating the Biology fish tank. Right: LIGHT TANK. Peter Tipton measures wave- lengths through the ripple tank in physics class. 44 Science electronic aid. This included students enrolled in a first run honors biology class taught by Roger Spratt. He explained the difference between Honors and Biology B, ‘‘We work at a greater rate and the students are expected to go a level higher. " The course was well received by most of the students who participated. Sophomore Huss Granneman said, ''Special projects make the course more interesting. " Perhaps a higher level extra credit project for biology students could have been, ‘‘Behavior Observations of Calculator Toting Physical Science Students.” " 2-0 " Pa Bs. 2 ۹ PE RAN E ‘eo c EJ ey aT E .ےپ " 04.00
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