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Page 16 text:
The World of Speech Has Many Voices
Through many hours of study in the class-
room and practice after school, aspiring drama-
tists attain the poise required to appear before
an audience to present a play, speech, or read-
All students have gained a certain amount of
this skill with the introduction of a speech
course into the curriculum. Endeavoring to put
speakers at ease, Mrs. Veronica Francis assures
each that "speech is only enlarged conversa-
Speech students find in Mrs. Veronica
Francis a perfect example of an instructor
who practices what she teaches.
Not for home economics, but for a unique demonstration speech,
Anne McAuliffe deftly prepares a teenager's favorite snack,
Sister Mary Laurentina's second year thespians prepare for the casting of the senior play,
"Song of Bemadettef' by reading through the script.
Page 15 text:
Writing an Exact Man"
Scholastic Writing entries are discussed by English teachers, Sister Mary Maura, Miss Prion,
and Mrs. Brady, in an effort to select the most original compositions for the Detroit News contest.
Connie Dakshaw consults Roger's Thesaurus for a synonym with the cor
rect character count for Judy Konrek and Joanne Giroux's headline.
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Mercians Manifest Linguistic Skills
Although a supposedly "dead,' language, clas-
sical students prove Latin to be very much
alive. Having mastered declensions and con-
jugations, pupils translate passages from Caesar
and Cicero to cultivate logical thinking.
French scholars put emphasis on learning
grammar, pronunciation, and vocabulary as the
basis for future study of this language.
The complexities of the Gallic Wars are straightened
out for Janet Lingle by Sister Mary Karl.
While celebrating Cicero's 2067th birthday, Mrs. McGraw and the advanced Latin
class enjoy a "Roman feast.
Sister Mary Georgetta, French I and II instructor, and Diane
Lepage admire Judy Burkhardt's scroll of French Christmas
Mrs. Abel's Latin class responds enthusiastically to questions on
their homework assignment.
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