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MR. LOUIS SHAPIRO, CHAIRMAN
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Today's architect is particularly concerned with our changing
living habits, with the easing of arduous household tasks, with
modern kitchen planning, space saving furniture, and with all
those new developments which increase the pleasure of modern
These are some of the problems dealt with by students in our
Architectural Drafting shop taught by Mr. Pearson. Students
work on plans for many different styles of structures, and fa-
miliarize themselves with the needs and requirements of a wide
variety of buildings. As part of their learning, many turn out
amazingly complicated and attractive scale models.
Frederick Robinson is taking post-graduate work in Architec-
tural Drafting. Along with several other June graduates, he
worked in architectural firms as a draftsman this summer. Hop-
ing to win coveted place in the Illinois Tech drafting competition
are J. Allen, M. Barber, E. Buck, C. Fowler, R. Garner, L. John-
son, G. Meyers, L. Saffold, M. Spikes.
Under the supervision of Mr. Williams, the young men in this
shop learn the basic fundamentals of car repair. They learn to
use many of the necessary tools, both hand and machine,
necessary to master in this field. Always stressed is the matter of
ln their first year here, students become familiar with the
structure of brakes and tires. They learn how to keep both
brakes and tires in condition, how to repair them, and how to
ln their second year, embryo mechanics learn the basic func-
tions and structure of such matters as transmission, timing of
engines, tune-ups, and overhauls.
Upon graduation, students in this shop are qualified to work
in any garage as an apprentice mechanic. Most graduates from
this shop continue their education beyond high school in order
to become fully experienced auto mechanics.
The boys in this shop learn to put two pieces of metal to-
gether permanently with the use of heat, the fundamental prin-
ciple of Welding.
Welding is an ancient process that has been developed into
its present day uses. Welding plays a vital part in our industrial
life. lt is important in fabricating air craft. Much of the speed
of an airplane depends on how it was welded.
Under the direction of Mr. Mondragon, our student Welders
learn to use a wide variety of tools, including the various weld-
ing machines, the drill press, the cutting machine, and the grind-
er. One of the most important points always stressed is safety.
Boys in their first year learn the basis and fundamentals of
gas welding. ln their second year they learn arc welding and
acetylene burning. Juniors learn combination welding of both
gas and arc. The seniors master the more technical aspects of
combination welding, blueprint reading, and the reading of
welding symbols. Job opportunities of Welders are numerous in
construction and industry.
Inspecting the model of Dunbar built by shop students celebrate the high
school anniversary. Left to right, Floyd Walker, Henry Williams, Donald Thom-
as, Leroy Saffold, La Mont Johnson.
Replacing hand brake cable, Elliot Peterson, James Womack, Lionell Hayes,
Mr. Williams, instructor, observing.
Eddie Childress, Ronald Ross, Mr. Mondragon, instructor, Teddy Lovejoy,
Charles Modock, Robert Adams illustrating fillet weld.
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