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Unique in the history of La Salle High School is the graduating
class of 1958. They began their high school days during the autumn
of 1955 when foundations were being put down for the world's great-
est bridge. They completed their high school days in "the year of
the bridge", the dedication of which will fall shortly after Commen-
cement. lt is fitting that this class choose to illustrate some of the
pages of their Hiawathan with photographs of the Mackinac Bridge.
As "BigMack" is a vital link in the economic and cultural well-be-
ing of our state, and a tremendous potential for a future which even
now can scarcely be estimated, so the class of 1958, in the comple-
tion of a high school education, has fabricated a bridge to a future
whose value cannot now be guessed at.
To help friends and classmates remember "the year of the
bridge" the class of 1958 is proud to present this issue of La Salle's