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Tifraiing an acid during his fiifh hour chemisiry class, Clark
Conglefon seems engrossed in his work.
"Oh, do l have io?" moans Edirh Liboiie as her bi-
ology class prepares 'lo bisecf "pickled" crawfish.
Experimenfing wifh refraciion are Dave Thompson
Sputnik, utnik, and
"AHen'rion, World!" When +he Russians senr aloir Jrheir
earih saielliie, Spuinik, The world did sir up and lake noiice.
This revolurionary lilnlle ball oi insirumenis helped bring
aboui an unparalleled emphasis on science. Educaiors every-
where now see ihe need for advanced science courses in
schools. Much has already been done in our schools lo meei
l'he challenge of modern socieiy To produce minds able io
cope wirh iis complex problems.
Fi. Lauderdale High is doing iis pari io siep up science
educaiion and io encourage more siudenls +o rake science
courses, ln 'rhe biology seciion, Jrhe advanced classes place
more emphasis on deiail. Siress is placed on ihe planr and
animal kingdoms and Jrheir relaiionship io man. These classes
sludy exiensively ihe siruciure oi ihe human body and
la+es'r research discoveries in +he field oi medicine. Exira
reading, noiebooks, proiecis, and research papers are among
Jrhe reguiremenis in advanced biology.
Yale Universify. BA.
Blanche Baza nos
Georgia Sfaie College,
Roberf C. Beale
Temple Universiiy, B.S.
lla Mae Bryani
Florida Siare College