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Page 86 text:
"Now what do you suppose is in this bottle?" a perplexed chemistry student asked.
All that work for just one little grain of salt?
Page 85 text:
The dissecting microscope helped students see their work more clearly.
Bob Koerpel examined plants in the well-stocked greenhouse of Phillips Science Hall.
Grants Provided New Biology Equipment
The Department of Biology made full use of the third floor of Phillips Science Hall, and offered courses in botany, genetics, and zoology. At home on the floor was a rattlesnake whose diet consisted of white rats and live frogs.
An eleven member staff, directed by Dr. Marcus Faye, instructed future nurses, prospective forest rangers, and students working towards general degrees. Student assistants also helped the staff. But not all of them were as thorough as the girl. who. when told to clean up the lab. did so by emptying the jars of dissected frogs.
Through the use of lectures and laboratories, students learned the vital points in the study of biology.
Girls might have been squeamish at dissecting frogs, but the frogs had qualms tool
Page 87 text:
Mr. Krause, Chemistry Department head, explained laboratory procedure.
Grants Totalled $19,500
The chemistry department, headed by Chairman Floyd Krause, was staffed by eleven members this year. Classes were held on the top floor of the L. E. Phillips Science Hall. It was in these fourth floor laboratories that students had their first experience with tedious four-hour lab sessions.
Like other science departments, the chemistry department suffered from lack of space in the one-year-old building, and plans were formulated to build a larger addition in the near future.
Several general chemistry courses were offered along with a variety of courses in specific areas of study. Chemistry majors and minors, medical technicians, and nursing students made full use of the staff and facilities of the chemistry department during the 1965-66 academic year.
Neither wind, nor rain, nor bandaged arm kept this student from lab.
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