Pulaski High School - Cavalier Yearbook (Milwaukee, WI)

 - Class of 1966

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Page 105 text:

Slowly and with great potience, fwo budding chemisfs combined liquids to complete a successful chemistry experiment. Mr. Joseph Schmitz Mr, Leslie gui-,Q Chemistry, Audio Visual Aids, Biology P.A. Announcers, Ushers f the do's and donf's of cu forlhcoming lclb session.

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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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Social Studies Explores Society Mrs. Marion Aldrich Mrs. Katherine Adamski Dept. Chairman, U, S, History Amer. Government Last in the rovv but first in the minds of her admiring students and fans, Miss lsely basks in the glorious warmth of class cheers. Around the world in eighty hours of classroom study could have been the theme of Pulaski's Social Studies De- partment. Interested students had a variety of "tours" to choose from. In world geography, instructors guided class- room travelers in their study ot the natural features of the globe. United States History classes revisited the past, learning how personalities and events ot the past influ- enced our nation's development. Students ot modern history examined the development of other nations. Seniors enrolled in sociology studied human groups, their forms, institutions and functions. Economics classes discovered how resources are managed to satisfy the wants and needs of society. The Constitution and workings of our National Government were unfolded to American Government students. Instructors utilized movies, maps, special re- ports, and discussion of current events as supplements in developing the concepts ot each course. Mr. Joseph Adamus Mr. Peter Bergland U. S. History, Special Services U. S. History, Guidance Mr. Ronald Brock Mr. Richard Callender Geography, Modern History Amer. Government, Economics, Geography

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