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Animal Farm, War and Peace, Hiroshima-a few years ago all the libraries in
Detroit had to be scoured to find enough copies of novels at book report or
term-paper time. Now Joyce Carroll, HA, can choose from over 30 paper-back
books lpriced from 25 cents to 57.552 available in the bookstore.
What' ew in Equipment.
achistoscope, oscilloscope, mimeograph, movie
projector, television . . .
These words were never in grandmals Vocabulary
when she was in high school!
Like the home, like business, like industry, today's
schools benefit from the applications of modern
When Mr, D. R. Campbell, assistant principal, wants to communicate with the
student body, he picks up the mike of the public address system. Scheduled
broadcasts announce meetings, honors, victories, visiting college representatives,
and such matters. In emergency situations the convenience ol the P. A. alerts
You couldnt find an oven in grandmas school Billie Sivanov and Toni lngrao
llAs demonstrate the latest in ovens built into the wall in the remodeled
homemaking suite where girls learn to operate most of the equipment todays
homemaker considers commonplace
Television was unheard of in grandma's high school. Students like .lane Cable
and Kathie Fisher, llA's, view programs related to their classwork - broad-
cast over the new educational channel, 56. The school set, donated by Mr.
Chet Sampson, is available in room 301.
With a driver education machine, Andy Butterfield, HA, helps Marilynn DeMario,
IOA, determine her field ol vision. ll it is narrow and she can't see very lar to
each side, Marilynn will recognize this and turn her head to each side more often.