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Page 86 text:
Caught in mid-translation, the confused expressions on the faces of Miss Calaway’s Spanish students reveal the state of their minds concerning sentence translation. Geometry becomes a lively subject when Claire Roberts and other members of Mrs. Waters’ class begin swapping jokes. Ah, ah, ah, girls . . . bending those knees is cheating, you know!
Page 85 text:
" Wait just a minute . . . I’ll find it,” Larry Leonhardt reassures Mr. Barnette in a world history class. Strange sounds are recorded on tape as Mrs. Rash’s third year French class dictates passages from the novel la Symphonie Pastorale. Typing students, absorbed in their work, don’t seem to rea¬ lize that Miss Lawerence may be shaping them into qualified typists. The Student Library Staff works feverishly, trying to get all of those books returned to their proper places before students rush in to check them out again. With " The Inkslinger,” the literary magazine, waiting to be published, students of Mrs. Fisher’s creative writing class look over possible material for it. i 1 ph g x jsa —- __ • Mir ■
Page 87 text:
Psst! You with the ball! That girl on your left is gonna’ steal it if you don’t look out! Tommy Farewell explains a problem to Mrs. Keffer’s college algebra class as Carolyn Mohler and the rest of the class interpret what he says through the use of the Mathe¬ matics Dictionary. Steve Kennamer demonstrates the pose of a debator, while other mem¬ bers observe the finesse with which he prepares to cut down the nega¬ tive’s argument. There seems to be a lot going on in Miss blurt’s chem¬ istry class, very little of which appears to pertain to the experiment at hand. Engrossed in their work, these students in Mr. Thomas ' elec¬ tricity class (who call themselves “Edison’s boys”) put this knowledge to practical use.
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