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MATH I CALC LATIO
Sliderule, ruler, and compass are the tools of those To pass this subject with good marks is an accom-
students taking math. These, however, are not the plishment. The final results of math are rewarding.
only essential requirements. Math students must have For the student who makes good use of all that he
good reasoning powers. They are confronted with has learned, will profit in the future.
many diflicult problems which must be solved, such
as proving of theories.
Loren Huen and John Archer receive instructions from Mr. Braendle on measuring angles in
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Bob Whitford, Jerry Neuendorf, and Bud Bouma solve 3 Al Steil and Carol Van Rossum conduct a distilling expen
problem in weights for physics. ment in general science.
CIE CEI AN EXPERI E T
Dissecting a starfish in biology are Don Nichols and Dick
Strange smells, bubbling test tubes, and the
chanting of wierd formulas are included in sci-
ence and chemistry classes. The young "wiz-
ardsl' are learning the art of chemical reactions
and experiments in weights and measures.
The science and chemistry classes, although
not so wierd as this, are mysterious to the stu-
dents who do not take them.
Chemistry and science provide a good back-
ground for many occupations, where one can
receive a well paid job in laboratories or in re-
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E GLISH IS 0UR Ll K
English is our link with the intellectual past.
Literature relates the valiant deeds of Caesar
and the gentle song of Hiawatha, but without
the proper background of grammar these stories
and tales would mean very little.
English is not always the exciting world of
entertainment that we desire. In fact, sometimes
it is downright dull and uninteresting and we
may thinkiof it as the daily grind, with no fu-
ture in diagramming sentences or learning what
an adverbial phrase is.
David Livingston diagrams a sentence in freshman English
Connie Plasterer and Roger Ziel use a record of Canter-
Lynn Raven delivers a speech on British education in bury Tales to show the changes in pronunciation in
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