of the Richwood Tiger
was destined to be a physics major in college, so many of my high
school classes met in the third-floor science laboratory. As a
senior I was there all afternoon: physics lab at 12:30 (Monday
and Wednesday only), physics at 1:15, and trigonometry or solid
geometry at 2:00. Then at 2:45, ninth period began, and I
turned to my duties as a manager for the athletic teams.
the staged picture above from Chemistry class, Im the guy in
the glasses pretending to distill something. My efforts are
being closely watched by Sheila Ward and Ron Murdock, while Peggy
Swartz (left foreground) and Roxye Carter (right) work on other assignments.
Im pretending to amuse Doris Schrote and Terry Rockhold while
solving an quadratic equation in Algebra.
who leave their turn signals on
Cahill (at right below) taught all of the classes in the
higher sciences and higher mathematics.
other classrooms, coach Mike Locke explained the workings of the
coach Fritz Drodofsky explained the workings of geometry. He
also explained how to multiply and divide with a slide rule,
demonstrating with the giant one hanging above the blackboard.
(The electronic calculator hadnt been invented yet.)