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Page 51 text:
Far leftg Varsity cheerleaders ride in a dune buggy in the
homecoming parade. Top leftg The Junior float took first
place in the float competition with "Tigers Overboard."
Bottom leftg In second place was the sophomore float.
Top lightg The Seniors chose "Soak it to ,emu as the title
of their third place float. Bottom rightg Ron Maygar
attempts another of Steve Tomasky's passes for a
touchdown. Belowg The title of the freshman float was
"Bulldog Showers Make Tiger Flowers."
Page 50 text:
Fans crowd the stands awaiting a Bulldog victory
The long awaited night of homecoming finally
arrived as over 2200 fans gathered to watch the game
and ceremonies. The evening started with a parade of
floats led by our marching band. Each float pertained
to the theme, "Rhythm in the Rainv, and proudly
made its debut around the field. Taking first place in
the float competition was the Junior class.
The game started as we kicked off to Bendle.
With an enthusiastic crowd we were out to win. There
was an early touchdown by Bendle, but our Bulldogs
finally got fired up in the second quarter for a safety
and interception returned for a touchdown, both by
Dave Nagengast. Then another touchdown was run by
Steve Tomasky with one second left in the half. The
Tigers were out of the game the rest of the night as
we made two more touchdowns keeping Bendle from
scoring. The final tally as 27 to 7.
Page 52 text:
Teri Hill proudly
reigns as Bentleyis
The moment soon arrived for the half time
performance and the band took the field. The
homecoming girls were escorted by their proud
fathers. Then Karen Garber, last year's queen,
crowned Miss Teri Hill as the 1968 Homecoming
Queen of Bentley. One rose was given to each of the
girls and a bouquet of roses was presented to Teri.
Tears filled Teri's eyes, thrilled with being chosen for
this great honor.
Once again the band took over and presented
their special show, "Rhythm in the Rain" to the
delight of the Queenls Court and the audience packed
in the stands.
After the game a dance was put on by the
Student Council. With live entertainment and a
crowded dance floor, the evening was complete.
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