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Page 93 text:
"Basically," explains Mr. Pyzyk to the Fish and Wildlife Club, "never point a gun at anyone unless you plan to shoot him."
Student Art League: TOP: C, Skroback, K. Hermann, A. Tyshynsky
ROW 3: T. Terrill, M. Koplinski. ROW 2: K. Amundson, M. Kordas
BOTTOM: S. Grabowski, K. Dorn.
Debate Club meetings often turn into heated discussions of opposing
opinions as members debate current issues.
Page 92 text:
Participation Increases Students' Skill
The game is chess-the object is checkmate-and two Pulaskians
concentrate on achieving this obiective during a practice game,
Smilina with satisfaction, Mr. Fabishak has convinced these
Specializing in behind-the-scenes work, the ten member
Student Art League produced posters to promote a host of
school activities ranging from football games to the junior
prom. With the help of Mr. Peter Boyaiian, talent and
time were utilized in the creation of a 200-foot mural on
the history of art.
Members of the Fish and Wildlife Club strived to
achieve the conservation of nature's gifts to man. Under
the direction of Mr. Thomas Pyzyk and Mr. Glenn Kanitz,
the club took various field trips and viewed films on
hunting and gun safety.
lntellectual exercise resulted from Tuesday sessions of
the Debate Club. Miss Jaclyn Gorsuch met with the fifteen
members who conducted debates on current issues
throughout the year.
Every Wednesday the members of Pulaski's Chess Club
met to play and discuss the various phases of the game of
chess. After practicing among themselves, the members
of the club participated in the city chess tournament at
Peculiar odors and an occasional "boom" character-
ized Friday meetings of the Science Club. Mr. Vernon
Fabishak supervised experiments performed by these
future scientists of America.
'ee members of the Science Club that chemistry can be fun.
Page 94 text:
Just as our world is constantly chang-
ing, education, and more specifically
school life, is modified to meet change.
Pulaski's faculty members strive to em-
ploy new methods, discoveries, and
ideas in their teaching. They initiate
the changes necessary to keep Pulaski
in tune with society's advances.
Faculty members fade into each year
refreshed, inspired, and anxious to teach
and guide their students. Numerous in-
novations in the various departments
are introduced by well-informed guid-
ance counselors, teachers, and adminis-
trators. Virtually all changes in the
many phases of school life are brought
about with the help of the faculty.
While students may suggest changes,
the faculty is responsible for their modi-
fication for application. Through con-
tinual revision of the substance and
quality of Pulaski's curriculum, faculty
members aspire to instill in students the
desire for improvement not only of the
individual but of society in general.
Faculty Fades lnta
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