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Page 96 text:
"H" """ ' Mr. Northquest Mr. Coady
Both time-tested and new techniques are put to use by Tony Miller in Dept. Chairman, Voc. Ed. Driver Ed., Adv, Math, Head
producing a metal shop masterpiece. Counselor, Metal Track Coach, Football Coach
Mr. Davenport Mr. Hoepfner Mr. Schmidt
Auto Engine Tune-up, Power Wood, Driver Ed., Football Industrial Draft., Mechanical
ancl Trans., Student Lockers Coach, Track Coach Draw., Wood
Contemplating improvements, Tom Gilgenbach looks thoughtfully at his original design during architectural class.
Page 95 text:
' Phy. Ed. Stretches into Condition
Dept. Chairman, Adv. Swim,
Phy. Ed., Swimming Coach
Girls' Health, Swim, Child
Development, Paramedical Club
Phy. Ed., Gymnastic Coach,
Phy, Ed., GAA Advisor,
Phy. Ed., Modern Dance,
Cheerleaders, Orchesis Advisor
Boys' Health, Swim,
With the greatest of ease the Pulaski Physical Educa-
tion classes rolled into a unit on tumbling, Precision stunts
like the "Angel" and the "Mercury" allowed students to
combine skills meaningfully. During the apparatus unit
the ropes, bucks, horses, and rings became the tools of
coordination. Later in the year the Pulaskians endeavored
to perfect their sport skills learning the arts of swinging
golf clubs, sinking basketballs, serving volleyballs, and
pitching softballs. At the end ofthe school year Pulaskians
responded to the directions of the square dance caller.
In addition to the regular physical education classes,
Pulaski offered advanced courses in swimming and modern
dance. Advanced Swim included classes in synchronized
swim and lifesaving. ln Modern Dance the art of inter-
prative movement displayed student ingenuity in the
original numbers the Pulaskians developed.
Beverly Linski, seemingly undecided in a gym class basketball game,
hesitates momentarily as she debates 'iWho gets it next"?
Page 97 text:
A student employs full concentration in constructing his drawing as he hurries to meet the six-week grade deadline.
Industrial Arts Drills Craftmanship
It didn't take a trained ear to appreciate the dis-
cordant strains ot sound produced in the lower regions
of Pulaski High, nor did it take more than a glance to see,
there, the many students with skilltul concentration, each
composing his own score with clanging hammers, whining
saws, and thundering mallets. In the wood sections, yellow
locks ot pine shavings curled forth like expired notes.
In the brass or metal section the huge pieces ot sheet
metal which were artfully dropped on the floor, added
the occasional crecendos to the din. Files kept time to the
furious waves of the instructors' hands. New instruments
were added, including a gas welding set, a Rockwell
hardness tester, a needed engine lathe, and a floor drill
press tor those high, hard-to-reach, piercing tones.
ln addition to these young performers were the many
tuture composers in the machine, architectural, and me-
chanical drawing classes who prepared meticulous, de-
tailed blueprints. Mr. Northquest directed the ensemble and
guided the Vocational Program during two daily sessions.
Mr. Sivesind Mr. Winkler
Power and Trans., Metal Electronics, Arch. and Machine
Drawing, Radio Club, School
Keys, Hall Passes
Smiling with the warm glow ot accomplishment, a student in the wood
shop works to create something useful and artistic.
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