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Robert Kamen and his famous white mice.
The aim of the Biology Department
is to help students understand man's
place in this Hbioticn world. Courses in
general science and biology convey an
understanding of basic science principles
and encourage scientific attitudes. Fa-
cility in scientific techniques is developed
in laboratory procedures. The laboratory
techniques course gives students an op-
portunity to conduct analytical experi-
ments in hernatology and to participate
in laboratory work in genetics and mor-
phology. Fcr students planning careers
in nursing, the department sponsors the
Future Nurses Club. The Biology Lab
Squad gives interested students an op-
portunity to earn service credit.
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MR. DAVID SYGODA
Mrs. Anna Johnson demonstrates laboratory techniques to Alice Milts and
BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE DEPARTNIENT FACULTYI Standing: Mrs. Rose Barone, Mr. Godfrey Burns, Mr.
Seated: Miss Mattie Bell, Mrs. Anna johnson, Mr. David William Rogers, Mr. Irving Kasner, Mrs. Helene Fox.
Sygoda, Mrs, Phyllis Cherot, Mrs. Elfrieda Hodgskin.
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MR. HARRY GOLDMAN
Mr. Goldman demonstrates to prove a law of physics.
PHYSICAL SCIENCE FACULTY: Seated-Mr. Wil-
liam Housman, Mrs, Dorothy Calderon, Mr. Harry Goldman
Miss Edith Calson, Mr. Irving Horowitz. Standing-Mr.
Miss Carson is about to illustrate a scientific principle.
Through courses in earth science,
physics and chemistry, the Physical
Science Department seeks to provide a
basis for understanding the impact of
modern science on society and to foster
a sound appreciation of scientific con-
cepts and principles. The advanced
chemistry course is designed to give
science-minded students a taste of the
content and principles dealt with at the
X college level. Non-Regent students are
offered special classes in applied chem-
istry and applied physics. Students who
wish to give service may join the Light-
ing and Amplication Squad or the in-
dividual chemistry or physics laboratory
Herman Schwarzenbach, Mr. Walter Ross, Mr. Thomas
Touhey, Mr. Fred Schering.
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LIGHTING AND AMPLIFICATION SQUAD: Mr. Ross picus, Robert Gelerter, William Zanger. Robert Chervin
and Skippy Blumberg, Charles Forman, Richard Koep- Mark Obenzinger, Herman Wlachtel, Elliot Cohen.
SCIENCE SQUADS: First Row-Mrs. Cal-
deron, Mrs. Rinaldo, Gary Sloman, Ernest
Libasci. Second Row-Allen Gottesfeld, Jerry
Goldchain, Steven Siegel, Leonard Weissman.
Third Row7Andrew Goldfinger, Barry Meyer,
Steve Adler, Michael Volen, George Milanos.
FUTURE NURSES CLUB: First RowwMarian
Audrey Fulton, Lynn Hochman, Margaret Ellis,
Delikat, Ann Raber, Blondell Jackson, Florence
Susan Rick. Second Row-Doris Watson, Linda
dore, Joan Wells, Barbara Ibanez, Eugenia Jareck
Lab squads, sponsored by the science departments, give
students training and opportunities to gain experience in
laboratory procedures. These squads are responsible for the
necessary preparation of all experiments.
Mr. lklalter Ross is the supervisor of the Lighting and
Amplineation Squad, which sets up microphones and over-
sees stage lighting for assembly programs.
The Future Nurses Club, guided by Mrs. Anna Johnson,
invites speakers from the Nurses Association and visits hos-
pitals to gain career information. These future nurses assist
the school in giving the patch test. Nlembers who give out-
standing service are awarded pins by the Nurses Association.
Young, Sheffield, Theodora Sumrnons, Elizabeth Hecht, Annabelle
Melanie White. Third Row-Ella Boulds, Linda Stier, Joyce Haynes,
Oliver, Linda Decker, Daphne Baker, janet Hardy, Wynona Pat-
Varna- terson. Fourth Row-Gail Taylor, Janet Pruser, Mrs. John-
Shirley son, Elaine WVagner, Audrey Rey.
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