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Page 88 text:
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-
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.
Dept. Chairman, Adv. Math,
Dean of Girls
Adv, Math, Geometry
Geometry, Cavalier Newspaper
Business Advisor, lndigent
Books, School Notary Public
Adv. Math, Algebra, Geometry
Page 87 text:
Creativity Highlighted by Fine Arts
Art Dept. Chairman, Art,
Art Students League, Signs
Music Dept. Chairman, Choir,
Girls Glee, Music Appreciation
Art, Girls' Drill Team,
1968 June Class Sponsor
Band, Stage Band, Girls Glee,
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
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.
Orchestra, Girls Glee, Art,
"But my fingers are tired!" murmurs Gordy Malkowski as Bev Hintz, determined to complete their art work, urges him on.
Page 89 text:
Languages Accent Understanding
This year farsighted Pulaskians, who valued speaking
a second language, reaped the benefits of learning about
foreign culture and their contemporaries abroad. With
emphasis on 'lconversing with confidence," students strived
to acquire a fluency through patterned drills, directed
dialogues, and "conversation stimulus" exercises. Conver-
sations echoed from classrooms about recent foreign
events, movies, records, and foods. Students took the
opportunity to order foreign magazines and learn of new
Saluting the new techniques of teaching were two
new faces, those of Mrs. McFadden in Spanish classes and
Mr. Province in French. Academic additions included
selections of Alain-Fournier's Le Grand Meaulnes and
.lean-Paul Sorte's Les Jeux Sont Fait. Between units,
students viewed films such as Das Flieginde Klawssen-
zinner, La Symphonie Pastorale, and the fanciful epic,
L'Orphee. This year's addition of teachers and materials
provided language students with an atmosphere for a
"total absorption" approach to language learning.
Mrs. Aylward Mrs. McFadden
Dept. Chairman, French, Spanish, English
Mr. Province Miss Riedl
French, Spanish, i968 Latin, English
.lune Class Sponsor
Solemn students, wired up for sound, practice articulation while listen-
ing to proper pronunciation in the language lab.
"Lingua Latina" student Kathleen Reilly directs Norman McDonald's
attention to Caesars route of conquest through Gaul.
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