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P-a8eF0ffY TI-IE ORIOLE
Required subjects for every student are: Units
English ..... ............,.,... , , , 4
Social Sciences .............,. , A , 2 1-2
Biology ........ , , , 1
Mathematics ...... ............... ...... .... . . . 2
Three General Courses are offered:
1. The 'Academic Course: English 4 units, Social Sciences 4 units, Mathematics
3 units, Foreign Languages 4 units, Natural Science 1 unit.
2. The Scientific Course: English 4 units, Social Science 2 units, Mathematics
4 units, Natural Science 4 units, Foreign Languages 2 units. '
3. The Business Course: English 4 units, Social Science 2 units, Mathematics 2
units, Natural Science 1 unit, Business 5 units, Foreign Languages 2 units.
Units are not allowed for less than two years of a foreign language.
Grades are given in letters each month as follows:
A 95 to 100
B 88 to 94
C 81 to 87 I
D 75 to 80
E 60 to 74
F Below 60
Credits are affixed to diplomas as follows:
A counts 3 credits
B counts 2 credits
C counts 1 credit
Half unit subjects count one-half of the above credits.
There are two Semesters. Semester grades are reported in figures instead of letters.
Sixteen units are required for graduation. The passing grade is 75. Honor Roll for the
month means all A's but one B allowed including deportment, and not more than two ir-
regularities in attendance and punctuality. Membership in the Honor Association is based
on an average of 90 for the preceding semester.
Pulaski High School is accredited by the Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools
of the Southern States and by the Commonwealth of Virginia.
September 4 .... ......................... ..... T e aclzers Institute
September 5 ...... ...... . ...... F irst Semester starts
November 24-25 .... ...... T lmnksgiving Holiday
December 16 ..... ..... C hristmas Holidays start
January 4 ........ ....... C lzristmas Haliclaysencl
january 16-20 ,,,,, . . . .First Semester Examznatzorts
Ja11uary 23 ,,,,,. ....... S econd Semester starts
April 14 ....... ..... G ood Friday-Huh' Holiday
May 25-31 ..,, .... S econd Semester Exammatzoris
May 28 ,,,,, .......... B accalaureate Servzce
June 1 ..... ........... S enior Class Play
june 2, , , ...... Commencement
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Stephen Ham-May I call on you this
Mick Bane-Ycsg but don't forget that
father turns olt the lights at 10 o'clock
Stephen-That's kind of you. I'll be
there right after 10.
Anne Vilallace-I have an idea for a film
play. I believe that it will make a great
hit. Nothing of the sort has ever been
put on the screen.
Margaret Farmer-Vifhat is it?
Anne--The husband and wife in the plot
have no trouble whatever.
There was an old man from Nantucket,
VVho kept all his cash in a bucket:
But his daughter named Nan
Ran away with a man,
And as for the bucket, Nan "tuck it."
But he followed the pair to Pawtucket,
And the man and the girl with the bucket:
He said to the man, "You're welcome to
But as for the bucket, Paw "tuck it."
3' if if
Miss BlairfThey say that Dame For-
tune knocks on every n1an's door at least
Paul Davis-VVell, I had a knock but
it turned out to be her daughter Miss For-
tune : X
Sherman Hall-Darling, do you think
you could manage to live on twenty a
Frances Cummings-Yes, a week-but
not much longer.
Miss Pugh-Who can tell me who Mars
Nellie Carrico-I know I can answer
that one. He was secretary of war in
Miss Dyer-Wlhat is a polygon?
DuVal Seagle-A parrot that has es-
if 4: Sli
The secret of polite conversation, from
what we've observed, is never to open
your mouth unless you have nothing to
ik Ik IOS
Harry-Wlho spilled mustard on this
Mrs. Hall-Oh, Harry! How could
youg this is lemon pie.
Thornton Tice-Do you remember
when we met in the revolving door?
Doris james-Goodness, yes. That was
when we started going around together
if lk Ik
lim Haileyfliello: rolling your own
Robert GPH1IH9llmYB3h, the doctor
said I ought to get more exercise.
Hazel Davis-How tall is that native
Mildred Brockmeyer-Oh, about six
feet two in his stalking feet.
Aulden Lemons-The way that leading
man played last night set me to thinking.
Nevelyn Spangler-Ah! The Miracle
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We had to Fire
Our housemaid Nang
She treated our china
Kathleen Hurd-I don't see how foot-
ball players ever get clean.
Nancy Bushong4Silly, what do you
suppose the scrub teams are for?
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