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Page 87 text:
Ecoio9Yf Anatomy Probed
By Young Scientists
Acquiring facts pertaining to
the material make-up of objects in
our environment and the anatomi-
cal composition of living beings,
students engaged in discuxions in
physical science and biology classes.
Those in biology learned the knack
of dissecting an animal properly.
Visual aids also increased interest
who disassembles one.
Labs in chemistry often did
not turn out as the young
"chemists" expectedg smoke and
fumes ftequently permeated the
halls. Students learned to use slide
rules. This knowledge came in
handy except when a slight error in
calculations caused an entire prob-
lem to be worked wrongly.
An ace pilot himselfj Mr. Felton points
out the path of his latest excursion to his
captive audience, the Aviation Club.
lntricate parts of a camera are complex
but easily understood by Edward Osland
Page 86 text:
While monitoring a chemistry experi-
ment, Larry Forth makes himself at
home by perching on the lab desk.
inquisitiveness leads Susan Geraghty and
Debbie Shirah to probe the parts of the
Manually illustrating a scientific theory,
Mrs. Shealy employs various ways of
getting a point across to her students.
Page 88 text:
Physics sometimes seemed to
be a conundrum to the seniors.
Bewildered expressions were
evinced on the countenances of the
students as they attempted to add
vectors or work problems dealing
Students interested in different
fields of science joined clubs con-
nected with these areas. Future
nurses received some instruction as
to what nursing entails. Mr. Felton,
a licensed pilot, lectured those boys
interested in flying who entered the
A viation Club. The Nature Club dis-
cussed topics concerning environ-
mental conservation. Others learned
the basics of taking vivid pictures in
the Photography Club.
Although note-taking is a necesmry evil,
Mr. Dantzleris general science class ac-
quiesces to the need of a notebook.
Attempting to connect vectors, Peggy
Sons and Steve Barden look to Mr.
Gunter for advice in physics class.
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