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Spring Ai Lasi
ABOVE: Monroe's Princess Carolyn St, Helen gives speech before
Monroe student body or an assembly, TOP RIGHT: Chuck Post ll lj
thinks about the pun he is abou! to make. MIDDLE RIGHT: Scort
and Kalhy Brown visited Benson and sang in an assembly. Their
specialty was folk songs. BOTTOM RIGHT: Track draws the in-
terest of many Benson boys - in fact, it is a par! of spring.
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4 - 2 Record 'Successful' By. Neiiers
Varsity Tennis had a "successful but rainy" season, end-
ding up with 5th place in city, 3rd in the West Division, and
a 4 win, 2 loss record.
Rain interrupted most matches and they had to be
played at a later date. Convincing wins came against Jef-
ferson 15 matches to Ol, Roosevelt 14 to lj, Jackson 15 to OJ,
and Washington 15 to Ol. Two tough losses came against
Lincoln 10 to 51, and Wilson 10 to SJ, in matches which
"could have gone either way", according to Mrs. Virginia
Cook, tennis coach.
The first girl on a Benson tennis team was Gloria
Wallberg 1l lj, who participated in six matches. She
played the 42 ranked girl from other schools. Her final
record was 4 wins and 2 losses. She was entered in the
district tournament playoffs in May.
Singles players included Jay Graves 1l2J, John Gian-
nakis1l2l, Robert Johns 1llj, and Pat Walsh 1121. Doubles
players were Robert Hill 19l, Phil Bryson 19l, Robert Johns
1l ll, Harald Ursin1l0l, and Bill Post 1121, Clark Everts19l.
All other team members played doubles. Team
playerfmanager was Brent Dahl 11 l l.
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Fall Tennis Lacks Depth
The fall tennis tournament for the PIL was not a success tor
Benson juniors and seniors who entered. The tournament began
September I5 with elimination matches. All Benson entrants
were beaten and none were representing Benson at the finals.
The freshmen and sophomores did better as Robert Hill, 191,
and Phil Bryson, 19j, mode it to the finals at their level. They
were defeated as the eventual winner by John Hazelett, who
was from Wilson High.
TOP LEFT: Phil Bryson 191 reaches for a high backhand as Robert
Hill 191 watches during fall tennis tournament. MIDDLE LEFT:
Gloria Wallberg 11 ll was the first girl on a Benson tennis team.
MIDDLE RIGHT: VARISTY TENNIS TEAM 1L to Rl KNEEUNG: Pat
Walsh 1l2l, Harald Ursin 1l0lg Robert Johns 11 ity Jay Graves1l2l.
STANDING: Mrs. Virginia Cookg Brent Dahl 11llg Robert Hill 1915
Roy Rodgers 191, Phil Bryson 195, Jeff Grimes 1955 Kun Hsu 1l2jg
Clark Everts 19l. MISSING: John Giannakis 1l2l, BOTTOM LEFT:
Jay Graves shows his powerful serve.
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