Bobby Zubik - Science Fair Winner

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Bobby Zubik - Science Fair Winner - W.dn.iday, March' 22, 1967 9+ Sterling Science...
W.dn.iday, March' 22, 1967 9+ Sterling Science Fair Winners B the By PEGGY FLORIDA. Richard Ruckman, for second time, received the ' Scientist of the Year" plaque at the 1367 Mathematics and Science Science Fair Saturday at Ross Sterling Sterling High. He was presented the award by Dale J. Joy, president of the Society of Professional Chemists and Engineers, at an awards ceremony in the auditorium. The fair, which had both junior junior and senior divisions, was described described as "the most successful science fair ever held in Baytown" Baytown" by science teachers and Arthur Hodges, science coordinator. coordinator. : ;.. • . .'"'. ; (See Pictures On Pajte 3 and H) The day - long fair, which had judging beginning at 9 a.m., was held in the student commons. More than 250 parents and spectators spectators visited the exhibit display. The first three winners of each division were presented medals at the awards ceremony with Hodges serving as master of ceremonies. Keys to the city were awarded awarded the top three senior scientists scientists and the top junior school scientists by Andy Braswell, mayor pro-tern. Those winning the keys were Beth Harrington of Highlands Junior School, with her exhibit "Respiration of Plants and Animals"; Kuckman was named the top scientist and presented a key to the city for his project, "Synthesis of Bicycle Bicycle Monotespenoids": Robert Doyle Zubik, first runner-up, received received a key for his project, "A transistorized Drive for a Constant Constant Motor"; and Martin D. Smith, second runner - up, received received a key for his exhibit on "Non-Euclidean Geometry." Other winners, the top three in each, division, who were presented presented awards by George H. Gentry, school superintendent were: Senior High Chemistry 1 Division — Kathy Center of Robert E. Lee High School was the first place winner with her project "Chemilumineseence CI- 1." She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl C. Center of 707 East Gull Barbara Morgan of Robert E, Lee placed second with her project, "Penetration of Salt Water Water Cl-7." She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter A- Mor-| gan of 124 Lazy Lane. Marie Watson,; daughter of A. J. Watson of 718 CaldweE, a Robert E. Lee student, was the third place winner with "Plastics "Plastics Supermarket." Ruckman :of Robert; E. Lee was the only entry in the Senior High Chemistry H Division with his exhibit "Synthesis of Mono- terpenbids" which won him the top award. In the Senior High Physics I Division. Robert Doyle'Zubik of Robert E. Lee, son of Mi-, and Mrs; A. R. Zubik of 2LO& ChJlton, one of the winners of a key award, was first place winner with his exhibit "Drive for Constant Constant Speed Motor." William D. Lyles of Robert E. Lee. son of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Lyles of 18D1 Mississippi, was second with "Solution to Brachis- tochrone." Morton McPhail of Robert E. Lee, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sammis Sammis F. McPhail of 163 Crow Road, was ; third with "The Cyclotron." Cyclotron." Kent Herbert Adlong of Robert Robert E. Lee, son of Mr. and; Mrs. E. H. Adlong o£ XU8 Parkway Drive, was the winner of the Senior High Physical Science division. division. Alice Stevenson of Robert E. Lee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C- H. Stevenson of 178 Bayshore Drive, was first place winner of the Senior High Biology I Division Division with "Stop Smothering Our Fish." Susan McPhail, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. F. McPhail, v.'as second place winner with "Functions of Knee Joint"; and Donna Wynnemer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald J: Wyn- nemer, was third with "Concentration "Concentration of Metals by Bacteria." Winner of the Senior High Biology H division was Amelia Nugent of Robert E, Lee, daughter daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Nugent Nugent of 101 McArthur with her exhibit, "Metabolism in i Mice." Donny Peterson rf Robert E. Lee, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Peterson of 220 Lakewood, was second with "Proteins From Hydrocarbons." Hydrocarbons." Martin, D. Smith, ' one of the winners of a key award, son ol Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Smith of 5007 Ashwood and a student at Robert E. Lee, was the winner winner of the Senior High Mathematics Mathematics Division with "Non-Euclidean "Non-Euclidean Geometry." : > David Pendleton of Sterling High School, son of the Rev. and Mrs. Edmund Pendleton of 1906 Raintree Drive, was seconc with "Example of Probability." Cindy Tate of Robert E. Lee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Tate of 1607 Alabama, was third with "Thin Shells." Winner of the Junior Physica Science division was David ftoquemore of Cedar Bayou Jun-| ior School, the son of Mr. and Mrs. D. Roquemore o£ 1805 Wright Blvd., with "Assimulat-i ed Gravitational Field," < Beverly Guy of Baytown Junior School, daughter of !Mr. and Mrs. .R. E. Guy of 4508 Burnet, was second with "The Winslow Effect." Gary Erwin of Horace Mann, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Erwin Erwin of 3402 Woodcrest. was third with -"Rectification of Alternating Alternating Current to Direct Current and Filtration.'' Beth Harrington, winner of the junior key award, was first place winner in the Junior Biological Biological Science Division with '•Respiration of Plants and Animals. Animals. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. L_ Harrington of Highlands. Paul Scale of Baytown Baytown Junior School, son of Mr. and Mis. T. F Seale of 200S Woodlawn was second with "Approach "Approach to the Moon"; and. Barbara Barbara Burts of Horace Mann, daughter ol Mr. aisd Mrs. Malcolm Malcolm E. Burts was third with "The Eye." Cynthia Rentier of Highlands Junior School, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. M. E. Rentier, was first pl»ge 'winner i» the Junior Earth Science Division with lier exhibit on "Gslvesfon Island Sand"; Nancy Rowc, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Jones Jr., a student at Horace Mann, was second with ''Weather Forecasting Forecasting Instruments"; and Michael Vbjacek of Cedar Bayou Junior "MaJw laity. Body — £.. MOTII c«r* a LUMUS IAYTOWN DODGE Mufcet St. •M-7<7« School, son of Mr. and Mrs, Jerry Jerry Yojacek of 400. Chandler, was; third with "Geysers.** Michael Tiner of Highland* Junior School, son of Mrs. Doris Tiner ol 1715 Jones Ro*d,.was first place winner of the Junior Mathematics Division with "Dto- phantine Analysis." • - i Larry Krolczyk <rf Highlands Junior School, son of Mr,, and' Jtrt. Harry Krolczyic ot ,2Sifl Crosby JLynchburg Road, was second with "Binary Numbers.'.* John CarbotTof Horace Mann." son at Mr. **>& Mrs. JE. C. Carlson Carlson of 706 Rosewood, was third with. "Probability Studyi-Pure' Chance compared to a Rigged Experiment" , ,'i Get $75 for your oid air conditioner, during our PRE-SEASON SALE! 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  1. The Baytown Sun,
  2. 22 Mar 1967, Wed,
  3. Page 9

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