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Betty Arm McMahon
assists Douglas Kitter-
man in an experiment.
Bob Goodwin, Fred
Wyant and Mr. Harqir
seem well satisfled
with their work,
The biology Class
learns all about bees
and flowers from Miss
Mr. Harqer enjoys
watching Bettejane Mo l
solve her own problem,
While the Class, well- -
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itll h as
SCIE CE an ATHEMATICS
Chemistry is the study of the nature
of common things in one's environment.
With this in mind many classroom
experiments were carried on by Mr. Harg-
er, the chemistry teacher. These experi-
ments called the students attention to
the numerous and practical applications
of chemistry in everyday life.
The year's study of chemistry gives
all who take it a brief insight into the
science of the changes in matter. Many
times students like it so well that they
carry on their study of it with the hope of
being a chemist in one of the many fields
in which it is required.
Diagrams and the interesting experi-
ments themselves give the student a taste
of science and a small perspective of the
wonders of nature.
Physics is a study of heat, light, elec-
tricity, mechanics, and sound.
ln everyday application physics is in-
valuable. ln the field of electricity the
practical side is studied. The principles
of common electrical appliances forms an
interesting study. lt brings the study close
Experiments in the effects of electri-
city, sound, heat, light, and mechanics
are interesting and educational.
The principles of light are studied. An
interesting study in this line was one of
Mechanics in this case means the ef-
fect of forces on bodies. The mechanics
of fluids such as pressure density and
compressibility are studied. The work-
ings of wells, engines, and motors run by
water is an educational project. Molecular
mechanics and the mechanics of solids
are also taken up.
Magnetism, static, and current elec-
tricity and electric waves are also dealt
In the field of sound acoustics, sound
waves, pitch, its connection with speech,
and the ear are studied.
Biology, "the science of living things"
is a popular science course, as evidenced
by the l35 students who have taken it in
ore semester. Whenever we hear of an
ant colony, an egg observed in its stages
of growth, or see a student carrying a
weed bouquet, we know there are experi-
ments into this science of the living world,
from that which is invisible to the naked
eye, to the largest plants and animals.
There is a fascinating experience here
awaiting every interested student. l-le may
enjoy learning Why leaves fall, about
plants which eat meat, dissecting frogs,
taking bird hikes, or even what a word
like Nparadichlorobenzineu means. Here
we may discover a true scientist!
Solid geometry is a study of solids.
lt isn't an easy subject, but it is very in-
There is a duality between proposi-
tions in plane and solid geometry. If the
first fundamentals are learned, the course
Illustrations are used in the text book
to give a pupil the visualization of three
The students of solid geometry soon
discover that it is very practical and not
useless as they had, at first, supposed.
Its practicability is demonstrated in en-
gineering and astronomy. These are just
two out of many.
Geometric figures are studied and in-
terpreted. The use of shading gives the
idea of a solid. Angles and curves with-
in solids are also studied.
Solid geometry is studied for a semes-
ter of each year. The other semester is
given over to triginometry or advanced
algebra. Those who like to work with a
compass and use a lot of brain power at
the same time, find solid geometry to their
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THEIR ACTI ITIES
Mr. Elliott conducts
The band makes the
most of their practice
The orchestra gets off
in the corner and
makes lovely music toe
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