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Kathie Postlethwait, Dick Albrecht, Jerry Anderson, Gail Hotchkiss, Stewart Papineou, Bob Kellogg, Don Vandersloot
Harry Markowich, Larry Herbert, John Middlewood, Joan Swindlehurst, Karen Harte, Sharon Kale, Barbara Helnzman
SECOND ROW- Pat Black, Fred Ruckstahl, Shirley Axford, Vivian Parmenter, Rauol Cone, Barbara Elandt Kathy
Coulton, Sharon Woodard, Judy Steele, Sue Malone, Robin Clair, Ruth Durham, Margie Wolfe. THIRD ROW Beverly
Tethof, Sheila Benson, Nancy Trapp, Susan Wisniewski, Pat Leslie, June Waller, Robb lmonen, Marian Braund Carolyn
Campbell, Carole Bockelman, Alice Hafiner, Dottie Davis, Alice Strope. FOURTH ROW- Carole Sowers Mary Ann
Vescoso, Margaret McCarthy, Yvonne Coulter, Phyllis Wells, Ray Burnett, Gail Haase, Pat Pike, Lee Ford Jean
Gilmore, Janis Carson, Joy Kikhoefel, Penny Blair, Mrs. Jackie Mepyans.
cellent. lt was also an opportunity for chorus
members to meet and talk with students from
schools all over the state, as well as to mingle
with friends from the college.
The purpose of chorus is to stimulate an in-
terest in music, to broaden the students know-
ledge of various phases of music, and to promote
friendship among its members. Membership is
open to all students.
Chorus B also elected officers. They were
Don Vandersloot, business manager, Bob
Kellogg, president, June Waller, secretary
Janis Carson, vice-president, Alice Strope
Left: Senior chorus members very care-
fully practice a song which will be pre-
sented at the annual contests in Ypsilanti
Right: The senior chorus members are
enjoying the last class hour with their
teacher Mrs. Jackie Mepyans before she
takes her leave of absence.
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TOP ROW- Jeanette Pappas, Linnea Benson, Marilyn Miller, Carolyn Zunich, Cyndy Pribbonow, Ron Vollick, Duane
Benedict, Jerry Nickles, Dick Noble, Don Smith, Jane Willis,
Don Rucker. SECOND ROW- Harold Hawley, Ron Boyd
Bernie Green, Lowell Thomas, Larry Wilson, Terry Kelley, Joyce Mclntosh, Maureen Hemeyer, Jennet Sommerman,
Dave Mansell, Bethany Baldwin, Betty Lewis. THIRD ROW- DaveMackinder, Gordon Heth, Shirley Clark, Doris Wall,
Virginia DeBoutte, Joyce Raymond, Judy Berrymfln, Jane Faries, Megan Richards, Barbara Bentley, Linda Jacobs,
Syrita Roark, Mary Miles. FOURTH ROW- Charlotte Brown, Nancy Markley, Joyce Sobieck, Kathie Edwards, Betty
Long, Shirley Jerore, Sandy Glass, Janet Campbell, Diane Traycik, Judy Ola, Judy Zarembski, John lmonen, Mrs.
Jackie Mepyans. FIFTH ROW- Connie Bolser, Nancy Tresh, Susan Lettich, Marilynne Spears, Vivian Spaulding,
Germaine LaMothe, Gertrude Halstead, Diane Valenti, Verna Halstead, Pat McCumby, Beverly Spencer.
This year the Senior Chorus was so large that
president, Barbara Bentley, treasurer, Bernard
Green, business manager, Joyce Raymond,
secretary, Dick Noble, vice-president.
GIRLS' GLEE ccuisz TOP Row- Bonnie Jacobson, t '
Connie Jacobson, Shirley Wurtzbocher, Carol il
Weighwell, Carol Nichols, Ramona Hernandy, Anne ' I V 5
Deedler, Sharon Timmer, Sandra Letfler, Joanne Q U
Willet, Carolyn Erickson, Jean Adamson, Louise
Haight, Virginia Werstine, Denise Rzucidlo, Mrs. .
Jacqueline. SECOND ROW- Donna Ford, Darla A V f
Jennings, Janet Klasen, Ruth DeGutes, Sharron
Meyer, Shirley Brockman, Sharon Peterson, Connie
Paul, Betty Garrett, Susan Sellon, Jean Jurgensen,
Linda Lentz, Judy Johnson, Sharon Jones, Janice
Cook. THIRD ROW- Karen McKenna, Amy Richard-
son, Norma Rogers, Pauline Moore, Shirley Noble,
Joan Wadsworth, Nancy Gannon, Carolyn Martin,
Esther Middlewood, Lois Douglas, Cherry Maness,
Brenda Walsh, Judy Hartzel, Beulah Yeager, Teddy
Lou Spencer, Victoria Martin, Virginia Rogalla.
it was necessary to divide it into two sections.
This section's officers were: Maureen Hemeyer,
The Senior Chorus, under the direction ot
Jacqueline Mepyans, was involved in two maior
activities this year, a tall concert and the annual
trip to Ypsilanti for state competition with other
The tall concert featured excerpts from past
operettas and the forthcoming spring production.
At the state contest the chorus and its smaller
vocal groups received ratings of superior and ex-
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The T956-57 Varsity basketball team fell short
of the league title for the second time in five years
by finishing the season as second in league stand-
ings with a record of 7-3. The overall record was
twelve wins and four losses with the Bulldogs los-
ing only to Southfield by one basket in their six
The Bulldogs started out slowly, winning only
two of their first five league games. The second
half of the season proved that Bentley was an up-
coming team. The Bulldogs won the next five
league games finishing second to Trenton.
LEFT TO RIGHT- Jerry Noble, Dick
Petrucelli, Dick Day, Tim Snaroy,
Dee Evelancl, George King, Ron
Goble, Ken Peters, Dick Clark,
Jerry Holman, John Speck.
The reserve team compiled an impressive I3-3
season record predicting a bright basketball future
The reserves won the league championship for
the third year in a row, taking their last seven
games. The championship was decided when the
reserves defeated Trenton 56-34, after being pre-
viously beaten on Trenton's home floor 40-38.
This season was a duplicate of last season in
record and in winning the championship. The aver-
age for the reserves was an impressive fifty-two
points per game, and the total points scored was 843.
TOP ROW. Mr. John McDonald, Ray
Gagnon, Joe Mason, Bill O'Neill,
Dick Pierce, Ron Johnson, Tom
Eveland, Wayne Carrier, Don
Philippi, Bob Pepler.
SECOND ROW- Neil Mclntyre, Bob
Miles, Jim Waterston, Pete Castle,
Harold Stewart, Bryant Stocks,
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