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Mr' Darwin Romberg Miss Grace Schaefer
peak Out Proucll
In a vacant hallway Miss Schaefer tinds peace and quiet to devote her
full attention to correcting papers.
Mrs, Beattie gives directions in Spanish as members of her first year
class gaze at her in utter bewilderment,
In one of his sterner moments, Mr. Jones brings to -the GllSf1TlOI't of
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Mr. Emanuel Tomasello Mr. Boris Trb0YeViCh
French, Chess Club SPCl'll5l1, M0d- Hiiloft'
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Mrs. Rosa Aylward Mrs. Marilyn Beattie
Dept. Chairman, German, French Spanish, English
The c-ulture of spain, its languagepand ns people come. to life in
the minds of students as Mr Trboyevlch speaks to the class
Mr. Robert Jones Miss Marguerite Riedl
Spanish, Modern History Latin
During a Spanish lab gab session, Miss Sarsha, a practice teacher,
gives students pointers on how to speak like a native.
"Speak" was the key word in the Foreign Language
Department. Traditional grammar and translation gave
way to contemporary emphasis on speech and compre-
hension. Frequent visits to the language laboratory com-
posed an important phase of classroom work. Rapid tape
recordings confused both new language students and ad-
vanced students, as they struggled to comprehend the
foreign language as spoken by a native. Stories, dialogues,
basic sentences, and drills acquainted students with cor-
rect pronunciation and customs of various countries. Es-
pecially interested students also kept teachers hopping in
the language laboratory after school.
Increased enrollment brought about a rise in the
number of advanced language classes. Third and fourth
year classes in French, German, Latin, and Spanish pre-
sented a new challenge to faculty members. They en-
couraged extra reading of novels and stories. Film strips
and movies added variety to classroom pursuits.
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Practicing for a gymnastic meet, Chris Reimer executes a series of
scissor cuts on the side horse.
Mr. Kenneth Royal Mr. Clarence Scherr
Dept. Chairman, Athletic Director Adv. Swim, Swimming Coach
Phy. Ed. Keeps Students in Shape
Mr. Scherr observes the slamming of a "set-up" in an animated volley-
ball game played by team-spirited Pulaskians.
ln a speech to Congress on February l4, l963, John F.
Kennedy commented, "Good physical fitness is essential to
good physical and mental health. If our young men and
women are to attain the social, scientific, and economic
goals of which they are capable, they must all possess the
strength, the energy, and good health to pursue them
Physical fitness for American youth was carried on in
the Pulaski tradition. Exuberant yells and cheers from the
gymnasium and pool echoed throughout the Physical
Education Department. In the pursuit of physical fitness,
spirited Pulaskians exercised, danced, and swam. Energetic
teachers directed extra curricular activities such as G.A.A.,
Nature, Orchesis, Lettermen's Club, Booster Girls, and
Cheerleading. Sore muscles, bruises, bumps, and tired feet
attested to many strenuous activities.
Mr. Ronald Stram Mr. Matthew Wielgosz
Apparatus, Adv. Swim, Health,-Tennis Coach
Driver's Ed., Gymnastics Coach
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