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Page 91 text:
TOP ROW- Marilyn Miller, Sandra Gaston, Vivian Parmenter, Meredith Keras, Toni Jackman, Marilyn
Siler, Carol Taylor, Sallee VonBynen. SECOND ROW- Eleanor Nielson, Barbara Bentley, Janet Taylor,
Connie Hammersley, Judy Domine, Linda Jacobs, JoAnne McVicar. THIRD ROW- Faye Doyle, Mary
Miles, Marcia Ericson, Jeanne Cesarz, Betty Higgins, Janet Lassila, Patricia Grusendorf, Marion
Sergison. FOURTH ROW- Janet Jaksch, Mary Finch, Arlene Perzy, Jane Faries, Deanna Rowles,
Sharen Owens, Carol Riclcert.
All members of G.A.A. who play basketball learn to appreciate the
boys' varsity team when they discover how strenuous, yet enioyable,
the game really is.
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Obtaining experience in athletic skill and sportsmanship is the goal
of members of G.A.A. ln this picture some ofthe girls are enioying
a game of volley ball as well as learning these basic fundamentals.
Page 90 text:
TOP ROW- Carol Frankiewicz, Alice Hensley, Bonnie Button, Suzanne Hall, Diane Proctor, Carol Schulz
Ann Smith. SECOND ROW- Carroll Atton, Carol Loucks, Mary Pope, Garlin Clark, Pat Lynch, Margot
Lewis, Judy Noble. THIRD ROW- Sue Cook, Marie Griggs, Gail Lindsay, Sandy Marsh, Judy Flanagan,
Gail Gibson, Sharon Graham. FOURTH ROW- Miss Margaret Provan, Esther McPherson, Janet Harmon,
Carolee Bitz, Marilynne Spears, Janice Marchand, Shelia Clark, Carol Clark.
IRL ' THLETIC Assocmrio
Playdays highlight the Girls' Athletic Association's activi-
ties. The girls gather weekly for practice in sports like vol-
leyball, tennis, badminton, swimming, archery, basketball,
and softball. Letters may be earned by participation and are
presented in the spring.
About once a month the girls meet with one of the Subur-
ban Six League's other groups in a playday for a particular
sport. These meetings are ot two or more schools with the
competition in mixed teams rather than between schools. Ot
course one of the most anticipated playdays was the swim-
ming meet held at the Belleville high school pool. lt is no
wonder then that Bentley's GAA is one ot the groups in the
school most interested in the plans for the new pool.
Last year over sixty girls participated in this constantly ex-
Under the sponsorship of Miss Margaret Provan, Sallee VUr1Byr1ert,
Margot Lewis, Sandy Marsh, and Arlene Perzy direct the functioning of
the Girls' Athletic Association.
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Music has always been a tine art appreciated by Bentley
students who have listened to the school's orchestra. lt is
composed of students from the tenth through twelfth grades.
Made up of string and brass sections and directed by Mr.
Donald Morris, the orchestra has performed tor many school
events. Among them are: the spring and tall concerts and
the traditional Christmas festival.
Many state and local contests were won by the orchestra
for excellent performances. Everyone has always enioyed the
special arrangements and production numbers that the or-
chestra has presented.
TOP ROW Ron Walker Karen Smnth Mr Donald Morrls SECOND ROW Suzanne Coffee Judy Morey Marcia Mead
b M l P trld e THIRD ROW Ruthann Busenbark
August Klein Barbara Henderson Janet Thne an ar: yn ar g
Members ofthe string treo proctlce a muslc selectlon which they
wnll present at the Sprung Festuval They are Suzanne Coffee
vnolnn Judy Morey vlolln Ruthann Busenbark cello
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