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

 - Class of 1966

Page 46 of 264

 

Rock Island High School - Watchtower Yearbook (Rock Island, IL) online yearbook collection, 1966 Edition, Page 46 of 264
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JANICE TINDALL. B A.. Univer¬ sity of Dubuque; Y-Teens; English 10 PAULINE VAN EATON. B.A.. Monmouth College; M.S., Western Illinois University; Future Teach¬ ers; English 12 SALLI WATTS. B.A., Augustana; Y-Teens; English 10 Science Department Even before one reached third floor, the olfactory nerve sensed the realm of the Sci¬ ence Department. Among sophomores, it was the compul¬ sory realm of biolog y, where the Depart¬ ment was working toward a new prog ram entailing more lab, a strong er emphasis on living matter, and a new text. As a result of summer experiences, Mr. Richard Motz in¬ itiated a section on oceanog raphy in his classes. Upperclassmen could elect Advanced Biology, Regular, Nurses’ and Advanced Placement Chemistry, Physics and an ad¬ vanced dual period of Chem-Physics. The Science Department also experimented on their own this year. To mute background hub-bub and stimulate concentration, sooth¬ ing music was played in the labs. With a sly smile on his face. Mr. Cave hands out an as¬ signment to his fourth period physics class. JOHN STONE. B.A.. Au stana; M A T. Michigan State University; Camera Club. Science Council; Chemistry. Physics 42 Science MERLIN ALLER, B.A., State Col- lege of Iowa; M.A., Colorado State College; Biology H. V. ALMQUIST, B.S.. University of Minnesota; Director of Athlet¬ ics; Biology

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DAVID KACSIR, B.S., Southern Illinois University; Engflish 12 MARSHA LYONS, B.S.. Illinois JAMES MARTIN. B A.. Wartburg: State University; Y-Teens; Literary Collegfe; Hi-Y; Eng’lish lO Club; Eng lish 10 GENETTE MELBOURNE. B.S.. Western Illinois University; Eng - lish 11 NICHOLAS PESCHANG. A.B.. Loras Colleg e; M.A., State Univer¬ sity of Iowa; The Crimson Crier; Watchtower; Engflish 12, Journal¬ ism DAVID RAMACITTI, B.S.. Western Illinois University; Literary Club; Engrlish 11 MICHAEL SHERIDAN. B.S.. Mis souri State Teachers Colleg’e; Eng:- lish WHAT MAKES A CLASSROOM CLICK? Students, concedes Mr. Oestreich. as he surveys the deserted scene. Eng lish 41



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C. ARMSTRONG. A.B.. Augrustana; Science and Electronics. Camera Club. Science Council; Chemistry and Physics RALPH N. CLARK. JR.. B.S. Uni¬ versity of Illinois; M S.. University of Illinois; Science Club; Biology and Chemistry GEORGE H. FRANCK. B.S.. Uni¬ versity of Minnesota; M.Ed.. Uni¬ versity of Oklahoma; Lettermen’s Club, Football; Biolog-y DOROTHY K. HALL. B.A., Augus- tana; M.Ed., University of Illinois; M S.. University of Illinois; Junior Class; Biology BOB MOTZ, A.B., Knox College; M. A., Bradley University; Biology I and II FRANK B. ROBINSON. B.S., Au¬ rora College; Science Council, Sci¬ ence and Electronics Club; Biolo¬ gy " IT’S IMPORTANT TO KNOW WHAT YOU’RE doing,” counsels Mr. Stone to his Chemistry apprentices. Science 43

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