Rock Island High School - Watchtower Yearbook (Rock Island, IL)

 - Class of 1964

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Art Department EYEIN(i THEIR HALLOWEEN ARTWO RK. Linda Puck and Libby McCombs hope their Goblin friend won’t gobble them up. GLEN E. SWANSON B.A.M.A. ArtL ILIIl Music Department DONALD W. KRUZAN B. Mus.,M.M.E Director of Music, band EVERETT B. McDOW ELL B.S., M.A. Orchestra, string classes MURRAY J. OSBORN B.S., M.S. Vocal Music

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Industrial Arts Department THE NEW CRIMSON C.RIER PRESS is tended over by senior Marion Davis. DAVID J. BORTH B. A., M. A. Printing. Director of Industrial Arts in Junior and Senior High Schools, Supervisor of Trade and Industry classes. GEORGE F. BROWN B. S. Woodworking. Assistant Sop» omore Football Coach. 46 FACULTY DEANE H. BALL B. S. Machine Shop, Metal Shop HOWARD M. LUNDEEN B. S. Mechanical Drawing. Head Track Coach. Assistant Football Coach Machine Shop 1 and II were offered this year in the Industrial Arts Department at Rock Island Senior High School. The sophomores learned the fundamentals of lathe work. These classes made required projects as well as projects of their own choice. These projects included screwdrivers, hammers, chisels, surface gauges and small motors. The Machine Shop students were graded on many things including the quality and quantity of their work, textbook material, written work and tests, safety, good housekeeping, and industry. There were three classifications of woodworking classes. The use of hand tools and machines were studied. More complicated power tools and machinery accompanied the later part of the courses. Mechan¬ ical drawing and Advanced Drawing classes were taught. The Print Shop was responsible for the bi-weekly printing of the Crimson Crier. New this year was a weekly assignment of a paper having to do with the different parts of the Print Shop.



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KENNETH GREENE A. B., A. M. Physical Education, Intramurals GARY ACKERSON B. A. Physical Education, Swimming Coach JAMES E. JOHNSTONE B. A. Physical Education, Assistant Football Coach, BasketbaU Coach, Girls Golf Rocky’s Boys’ Physical Education department planned activities that all boys could participate in regardless of their individual abilities. Five to ten minutes of calisthenics started every class period. Much emphasis was put on physical fitness. Sophomore activities included touch football, wrestling, track, volleyball, apparatus, tumbling, softball, swimming and testing. Juniors had tastes of touch football, basketball, volleyball, weight lifting, wrestling, track, apparatus, softball, swimming and tennis. Seniors participated in touch football, volleyball, basketball, tumbling, apparatus, bad¬ minton, weight lifting, first aid, golf, tennis, softball and swimming. The Girls’ Physical Education Department offered a wide variety of activities for its participants. For sophomore girls there were tennis, soccer, volleyball, body conditioning, rhythm, recreational games, basketball, tumbling, table tennis, badminton, track, softball, swimming, co-recreational social dancing, and trampoline work. In addition to these activities, juniors took part in hockey, archery and golf. Senior girls partici¬ pated in hockey, archery, first aid, volleyball, rhythms, recreational games, table tennis, basket¬ ball, badminton, tennis, golf, trampoline and bowling. Supplementing these class activities were skill tests, written knowledge tests, and use of mimeo¬ graphed material and bulletin boards. Physical Education Department 48 FACULTY ROBERT J. RILEY B. A., M. A. Physical Education. Basketball

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