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Its been a long long time smce a professional photographer has taken a
pncture fother than senror panels! for Vrew Pointe Student photographers
lnke Bob Landmo HA swarm over the school and snap actaon shots of
people at work for example Ben Weyhmg HA Mr Jay Grosmark
chemistry teacher and Sue Carl HA
Our 40 View Pomtes consist of more than 1200
pages Every one ot these pages began as an Idea
rn some student editors mmd and grew through a
crops a picture Karen Bryant 12A writes copy
Margaret Rumara HA makes a layout and Hank
Taylor 12A reads proof
Nearly everybody gets one Because Vrew Pointe IS Included In a Student Association tlcket, It reaches more
than 80 per cent ol the student body lt IS also crrculated widely m the community and among other
schools Editors don't have to worry about having readers
What do readers get out of lt? If
they re like Kay Kerr and Sue
Sprunk 12A s a lot of pleasure out
of recogmzmg thefr friends, and at
the same tlme, a better understand
:ng of their schoal's purposes and
1 ' E
W s ,I
3' , Hmm..
long process to the finished page. Mark Kirk, l2A,
M -- A 'S ' 2 4
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What will be in the next View
Pointe? Like their predecessors Karen
Bryant and Mark Kirk were com
pletely free to be as creative as
possible in planning this issue At
their organizational meeting held
in January and open to the whole
school they sought originality and
freshness in suggestions for page
lf Barbara Horn, HA, were to read all the View Pointes, beginning with the first issue in January, 1939,
she would get one of the most complete pictures of 20 years of high school lile in the country. Two
semesters are missing. Because of World War ll, there was no View Pointe in January or June, 1944.
View Pomte .
his is the fortieth View Pointe, and
it s speclal ThlS 1ssue ends 20 years of
two a year View Pointes
Forty times students have dreamed
up, written, and proofread VIBW Pomte
copy for View Pomte pages
Forty times students have planned,
snapped, and cropped pictures
Forty times editors and photogra
phers have captured the atmosphere
of our school in pictures and prmt
Like forty windows, the forty View
Pointes frame glimpses of mid-century
high school life in Grosse Pointe, Mich-
With only one graduating class each
year hereafter, View Pointe of the fu-
ture will be necessarily different.
And so this, the fortieth View Pointe,
is a milestone, marking the end of an
era and signifying a new direction just
around the corner.
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Customs ot dress in China are the reverse at those
in the United States-the men wear long skirts
while the women wear trousers. Here the gentle-
man in center stage was the Tiger General fBob
Ament, IOAI meelcly followed by his obedient wife
KCandy Curran, IOAQ.
as 'Paac cvs Sraeam
It is an ancient tradition in the Chinese theater to outfit the actors in ornate
costumes and gaudy makeup, The head-dress ot Lady Precious Stream lGaby
Hesse, l2Al, once she became queen, was elaborate beyond words.
Represent a mountain pass by a piece to two poles? You can I . , .H Nobody who saw "Lady Precious Stream" will target the peculiar
you're a Chinese playwright, and your audience will go right along with your gong-like inflection which the narrator, Bill Gleason, l2A, gave to these two
imagination. The emperor IPhil Dulmage, l2Al attended by his servant !Carl little words. lt was his iob to set the atmosphere at the play before each act, The
Hribar, IOAQ surveys the approaching enemy. narrator is traditional in the Chinese theater.
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