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Drafting — the architect’s ahl I ' i I I t i: D. Zolciak, J. Wozny. With engineering as tech¬ nical as it is today, students in that field need all the back¬ ground attainable. The two year course in drafting is just that, as it doesn’t go in for great detail but rather stresses the basic fundamentals of technical drawing. The great variety of subject matter makes the course one of the more interesting sub¬ jects in the Central curricula. Students are taught proper lettering techniques, lay out development, orthographic projection, freehand sketch¬ ing, and scaling among other things during their initial year. The second year course con¬ cerns itself with engineering, geometry, and problems. The boys learn to visualize and reason more efficiently. The course contains more technical problems as construction of cams and gears, fasteners, and assembly drawing. These students will leave Central with a basic knowl¬ edge and understanding of engineering and architecture. ,1 4i Page 81
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Math—the scientist’s support C=n(n— 1 ) (n— 2 ) . . . (n—r-|-l) r n r! Does this problem stun you? This is an example of what the present day students will have to face if they enter a scientific, academic, or mathematical field. Realizing this Central offers a full four- year mathematics program for these students. Elementary algebra is available to the fresh¬ man while the second year students learn the theorems and postulates of plane geometry. To develop the ideas one learned in elemen¬ tary algebra the junior is given a course in advanced algebra. The fourth year math stu¬ dents take both solid geometry and trigon¬ ometry in order to completely round out his mathematical education. For those students interested in a business field both general math and business math are offered. m T»( Xi tf kwik ' : fHWK tm v iM « Left to right: J. Pollauf, T. Jazwiecki, K. Taft, J. Yarsco. Page 80
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History—the • narrator of the past Through history, tales of lost civilizations and bold adventure are brought to the attention of the student. The freshmen explore the early life of the world and its civilization in Ancient His¬ tory. World History explains in detail the circumstances and happenings of the world in modern times up to the present day. American History must be taken by all juniors in order that they may better under¬ stand and grasp the purposes for which our country has developed itself and remained a place of refuge to those who are politically or religiously persecuted. Movies and de¬ bates are some of the addi¬ tional means by which the student learns about his country. History, the story of man’s success and failure in life, proves to be a very useful sub¬ ject to all students living in a cultured society. Top, left to right: C. Duncan, P. Saelzler. Bottom: Mr. Gajdostik explaining Ancient History. Page 82
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