Pulaski High School - Cavalier Yearbook (Milwaukee, WI)

 - Class of 1966

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Mr. Edward Markunas Mr. Harry Max Baffled and bewildered, a student seeks Mr. Markunas' help to solve Adv, Mgfh, Geometry, Algebra, Algebra, Guidance, Golf Couch a tricky problem of x and y variables. Miss Irma Newman Mr. Anthony Pauly Adv. Math, Geometry Algebra, Guidance, Wrestling Coach Mr. Kenneth Steffen Mr. Albert Villasenor Adv. Math, Algebra, Algebra, Chemistry Jr. Class Sponsor Football Coach, Athletic Equip. Dean of Boys Mr. Steffen takes a breather before a new group of eager mathema ticians storm in demanding proofs of math stumpers.

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Math M asures Up 100 Per Cent Modern math challenged the Mathematics Department this year. New books and new teaching methods added spice to factoring, graphing, triangles, and sine curves. Mr. Edward Zielinski commented that students adapted well to the revised program. The latest in x and y variables made the scene in algebra classes. Functions of x bewildered many students. Plane and solid geometry were united to form a revolu- tionary geometry course. Triangles, circles, and parallelo- grams competed with pyramids, spheres, and cubes for primary status. Advanced math enthusiasts struggled with logarithms, permutations, and "high-powered" equations. Advanced math also encompassed trigonometry. Sines and cosines of weird angles mystified trigonometry schol- ars. Advanced students manipulated slippery sliderules in an attempt to simplify involved problems. The realm of numbers and figures was unveiled to young mathema- ticians in an attempt to produce precise reasoning. f 9 ' 52 5 4-K . -Ss as ,. . .,.,..s ..., , gg, , 4 ,.,., .J W 'r"' qgg' sxig jrl., ..: . . ..- .. 4' l il ,w 'rffs.r X? ...::s't' ""' ' - ...,.. 1:2-I 5' ' ,...:e:s:::." "i -il-iv i , ii'i5"'ff'f.i sd..-'f' Sf' Miss l'lBF1l'Yka Chwalek Mrs. Adele Cichocki Geometry Adv. Math, Geometry, Guidance, Dean of Girls There is an old adage that two heads are better than one, but Pulaski has amended it to say "Three hands are better than two." Nlr. Edward Zielinski Miss Dorothea Baumann Dept. Chairman, Adv. Math, Algebra, Geometry, Ticket Sales Mgr. 1966 June Class Sponsor Mr. Zielinski uses his teaching experience to try to instill an interest in mathematics in future Einsteins. Mr. James Coady Mr. William McGarty Adv. Math, Geometry, Drivers Ed., Adv. Math, Geometry, lndigent 1966 January Class Sponsor, Books Track Coach, Football Coach



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104 A curious biology student lifts his glasses to take a sneak peek into the hustling, bustling world at microbes. Mrs. Margaret Boone Mr. Dominick Calabresa Biology, Biology Coordinator Biology, Guidance, l.B.M., Baseball Coach Mrs. Dorothy Ciric Chemistry Mr. Raymond Brussock Mr. Duane Allman Dept. Chairman, Physics, Physics, Adv. Moth, Algebra, Research Club Astronomy Club, Audio Visual Aids, Golf Coach Sciences Satisfy "My frog crooked . . . Oh, the smell of that formal- dehyde . . . Golly gee, it's a bat, man!" Biology classes, busily studying plants and animals, brought such excla- mations from classroom cut-ups. Faculty members assisted students in learning the parts and functions of biological organisms from the simplest minute cell to the most com- plex organism. Scientifically-minded iuniors studied the elements, some- times getting a "bang" out of experiments. Diligently mix- ing chemicals, students performed colorful and odorful experiments. When pupils heard bells ringing, chances are a physics class on sound was in session. Teachers stressed the study of machines, light waves, and electricity. The addition of new ripple tanks made the study of wave-motion pos- sible. Through these activities faculty members led students to an understanding of the world around them. Mr. Gregory Dufek Mr. Vernon Fabishak Biology, Hall Monitors, Chemistry, Radio Club Football Coach, Track Coach

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