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Page 138 text:
Faculty Promotes Education
Mr. Clayton R. Francke
Mr. Edward C. DeBriae
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Pulaski's administration outdid itself try-
ing to keep 2,850 students from falling asleep.
But, with 115 teachers armed with an equal
number of red marking pencils, day-dreaming
was kept to a surprisingly low level. The
faculty also had to contend with the onslaught
of 1,110 new sophomores, causing teachers to
swell their ranks to a record peace-time high
of 115 members.
Aiding the teachers behind the main lines
were eight secretaries Who courageously tried
to eliminate confusion by using an IBM
machine. The main assult came from the
English department composed of 22 teachers
armed With verbal spears and reading record
cards. The second Wave came from the 16
business education teachers, equally Well-
armed with a fleet of typewriters and steno-
pads. All in all, 630 seniors managed to
Mr. William F. Tiernan
Assistant to the Principal
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The usual conception of a teacher is a
short, slight, spectacled, tweedy scholar who
is completely introverted. After just a cursary
glance We can definitely say that this state-
ment in no Way, shape, manner, or form ap-
plies to the teachers at Pulaski.
One teacher on our staff gets his kicks
from parachuting, While another gets enjoy-
ment from driving his VW.
Others capitalize on their spare time by
selling insurance, hot-dogs, or real estate.
Some find satisfaction in horseracing.
One of our faculty members heads the
Library Board, While another is a lobbyist
for the Teachers Union, and yet another is a
part time preacher. 'Nuff said?
Mr. Francke presents a cake to retiring custodian
Mr. Albert Gerke. Thank you for all the cleaning
up you've done after us,
Hectic I.B.M. machines mean a shot in the head to
Mr. Franckeg a true puzzlement to Miss Jean
Haldner, secretary, and a plain "Pow" to Mr.
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