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Working long ofler the final bell has rung, Mr. Brussock prepares the
next doy's lessons for his physics classes.
Mr. Albert Jelinek Mr. Glenn Kanilz
Biology, Cavalier Annual Advisor Biology, Jr. Counselor,
Probing fhe inner world of a frog proves lo be o de
Page 94 text:
Science Probes Nature's Secrets
"Do you add acid to water or water to an acid?" wonders Richard
Kay in the middle of a difficult experiment.
While explaining the principles of a reflecting telescope, Mr. Allman
smiles at a comment made by a Ioking student.
Amid the fumes of formaldehyde, a groan escaped
from many a biology student, "Me, touch that frog!", and
thus the traditional dissection began. These biology classes
peered into all forms of life from the simplest to the most
complex plants and animals. Students also became ac-
quainted with the complicated study of the gene and the
laws of heredity.
For the first time in Pulaski's history, a Chemistry lll
course was offered during the regular school year. This
course, pioneered by Mr. Joseph Schmitz, featured many
advanced experiments stressing qualitative analysis.
Senior physics students learned what makes the world
go around besides love. Attention focused on heat, light,
color, sound, radioactivity, and electricity.
Mr. Raymond Brussock
Dept. Chairman, S.A. Physics,
Physics, Research Club
Mrs. Margaret Boone
Biology, Biology Coordinator
Mr. Duane Allman
Physics, Audio Visual Aids,
Mr. Dominick Calabresa
Biology, Guidance Director, l.B.M
Assistant, Head Baseball Coach
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Mathematics Equals Diligent Study
Mr. Edward Zielinski Miss Dorothea Baumann
Dept. Chairman, S.A. Math, Geometry
Adv. Math, Geometry
Mrs. Adele Cichocki Mr. William McGarty
Algebra, Geometry, Dean of Geometry, Indigent Books,
Girls, Sp. Events Comm. School Notary Public
Senior math students, Don Shelton and Jim Eggert, listen to Mr.
Zielinski's explanation of the squaring of binomials.
The ultimate in modern math books, Principles of
Advanced Mathematics, brought the revision of our Math-
ematics Department to a close. Teachers crossed their
fingers and hoped new students would find an interest in
the challenging language of science, mathematics. Geom-
etry courses cleared up reasoning powers within its scores
of theorems, corollaries, and proofs. At the same time,
algebra classes were confronted with balancing simple
and quadratic equations and solving the many complexi-
ties of its word problems.
Real math enthusiasts were challenged to compete with
college calculus and analytic geometry. Advanced math
scholars succumbed to trigonometric functions, fractions,
and factoring while others were mystified by sines, series,
and slippery sliderules. ln an attempt to keep pace with
the demands of college chemistry and physics, the staff's
program built foundations for future mathematicians.
Mr. Harry Max Miss Irma Newman
Algebra, Dean of Boys, Soph. Adv. Math, Geometry
Counselor, Cafeteria, Athletic
Director, Golf Coach
Mr. Kenneth Steffen
Adv. Math, Algebra, Geometry,
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