Pulaski High School - Cavalier Yearbook (Milwaukee, WI)

 - Class of 1968

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Creativity Highlighted by Fine Arts Mr. Boyaiian Art Dept. Chairman, Art, Art Students League, Signs Mr. Niefer Music Dept. Chairman, Choir, Girls Glee, Music Appreciation Miss Braun Art, Girls' Drill Team, 1968 June Class Sponsor Mr. DeVillers Band, Stage Band, Girls Glee, Music Appreciation Paints and pastels faded into darkness as the Art Department stressed ceramics this year. The Pulaski artists molded, fired and glazed clay to make useful and orna- mental obiectives such as ashtrays and vases. For talented Pulaski artists, awards offered by The Milwaukee Journal and Women's Club competitions inspired creative spirit and incentive. For Pulaskians the fine arts also attuned itself to an aura of music. Girls' Glee, A Cappella Choir and the orchestra echoed "Silent Night," at the annual Christmas Concert. The orchestra symphonized with a newly pur- chased harp in music ranging from "Komenio-Ostrow" to "Christmas Festival." The band also presented their An- nual Revue in which the Stage Band and Dixieland Band offered iazz tunes. The Spring Concert featured all maior musical organizations in the last concert of the year. Mr. Raccoli Orchestra, Girls Glee, Art, Economics "But my fingers are tired!" murmurs Gordy Malkowski as Bev Hintz, determined to complete their art work, urges him on.

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Guidance Extends a Helping Hand "Hey, this is fun," say students as they invade Mr. Endres' office to use Pulaski's new College View Deck. Mrs. Ciric Mr. Kanitz Sophomore Counselor, Junior Counselor, Biology, Chemistry, Trees for Tomorrow Head Baseball Coach Mr. Endres, returning to Pulaski's scene, headed a specially trained team of six counselors. The daily sched- ule for the counselors included teaching, advising, and heading school proiects. The main objective of the coun- selors, however, was programming the students so that they could meet the requirements for graduation and ful- fill personal ambitions. Counselors advised sophomores about their choices of subjects for their four year plans. Information concerning colleges and their requirements was furnished to students through catalogues made avail- able by the counselors. Scholastic Aptitude Tests and American College Tests were carefully explained to the seniors preparing for college entrance, Counselors also offered job placements which coincided with the schedule and ambitions of the students. Mr. Endres Guidance Director, Algebra, Adv. Math, Student Council Mr. Max Sophomore Counselor, Algebra, Dean of Boys, Cafeteria, Athletic Director, Golf Coach Mr. Bergland Senior Counselor, U.S. History Mrs. Stanwitt Junior Counselor, Speech, Blue Masque Drama Club, The Forum, Senior Class Play



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Math Multiplies New Concepts "Teachers are using the most up-to-date teaching methods," said Mr. Zielinski, head of the Math Depart- ment. But even with newer methods of teaching, algebra, geometry, advanced math, and trigonometry multiplied academic problems for students. Algebra students fretted over equations, inequalities, and word problems. Like- wise, geometry students were confused by proofs, theo- rems, and corollaries. Advanced math students reviewed algebra and met the six trigonometric functions which trig students investigated more completely. Teachers answered the many questions bombarded at them, but help from Euclid, Pythagoras, and Einstein would have been ap- preciated. Even though math was difficult, Mr. Zielinski reported that the influx of college-bound students increased enroll- ment in the Math Department. Additional factulty met the demand with Mr. Endres returning to Pulaski this year. Jerry Nault points out to Frances Menegan the proper format for proving two triangles congruent in Mr. McGarty's class. Mr. Zielinski Dept. Chairman, Adv. Math, Algebra Mrs. Cichocki Algebra, Geometry, Dean of Girls Miss Newman Adv, Math, Geometry Miss Baumann Geometry Mr. McGarty Geometry, Cavalier Newspaper Business Advisor, lndigent Books, School Notary Public Mr. Steffen Adv. Math, Algebra, Geometry

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