Bentley High School - Pioneer Yearbook (Livonia, MI)

 - Class of 1958

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MAINTENANCE AND COOKS Clean rooms and good food are important to faculty work. every school and Bentley is very fortunate to No student can complete a full day of school have the maintenance and cooking staff that it without nourishment. The well-balanced lunches does. The clean and neat halls and rooms give served in the cafeteria are important to all. a pleasant atmosphere in which students and 5 X 9. Iliff it , Q s X K- ffl Q Q 'Q T f ' ' Y TOP ROW: Velma Elwald, Juanita Liverance, Mary Wyatt, Frances Culbert, Lila Elliot. SECOND ROW: Cleo Womack, Cecile Toupin, Marcella Burger, Josephine Geiermann. TOP ROW: Bill Koontz, George Young, Lee Eheman, Horace Stokes. SECOND ROW: Cora Ward, Marian Clingan, Lee Fischer.

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WALTER STROUD, GUNHILD TALIK, B.S., M.A. B.A., M.A. Attendance Counselor Counselor DOROTHY SHADFORD, B.A., M.A. Counselor LEEMAN JOSLIN, B.A., M.A. Counselor SPECIAL SERVICES Vocational, educational, and personal counseling is available through the counseling department. These services are especially intended to improve the adiust- ment and surroundings of the individuals for whom it was organized. Students can obtain college informa- tion, scholarship information, and occupational information. Below Mike Barents and Mr. Lee Joslin talk about Mike's future. RUTH GARNHAM Registered Nurse 20 There is also an opportunity for an individual to discuss privately any personal problem. Other services provided are speech correctionists, visiting and homebound teachers, dietician, and a registered nurse. All personnel work together with the administration and faculty to provide a complete program for Bentley High School. The counselors keep pace with the changing trends in counseling through their regular Wednesday luncheon meetings. VIRGINIA SWEENEY FLORA BRAYTON Counselors' Secretary Attendance Counselors Secretary I



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TOP ROW-Mr. Jack Hudnut, head coach, Dick Bon- bach, Jerry Neff, Jim Ziegler, Bror Nilsson, Tony Petrilli, Tom Parsons, Larkin Breed, Mr. Robert Bentley, backfield coach, Mr. Larry Joiner, line coach. SECOND ROW-David Wednt, Dan Stephan, Ron Mitchell, Gary Kleinow, Don Smith, John Reddy, Joe Antonazzo, Jerry Tartoni, Rocky Whitehead, Dennis Bufford. THIRD ROW-Dave Mitchell, Mike Barents, Dick Habora, Jerry Jordan, Ray Gaiefsky, Doug Shailor, Ron Bogoyevac, Roger Davis, Jim Carmichael, Orville Nutt. FOURTH ROW-Steve Potoczak, Ron Gabel, Don Tar- toni, Mike Bratherton, George King, Eldon Dillon, Rod Wills, Jerry Perzvk, Randy Yancey, LeRoy Fahle. Developing a team after a championship year is usually a challenge for any coach. This situation was what Head Coach Jack Hudnut faced in September. Returning varsity men numbered only a dozen with the rest newcomers. The Bulldogs opened the season against a powerful Farming- ton team. The young, inexperienced Bulldogs went down to cle- feat by the score of i8-8, starting the 1957 campaign off on the wrong foot. The next week the green-and-white traveled to Trenton for their first league game. This game ended with a spectacular pass-play from quarterback Don Smith to senior end George King with only eight seconds left on the clock. The final score was l3-l2 with the Bulldogs taking their first league victory. Last place Redford Union was the Bulldog's next victim. The Panthers failed to win a game all year and when they met the Bulldogs, the boys from R.U. met a team full of drive and leadership and the final score was l3-7. The Allen Park Jaguars stopped the Bulldogs winning streak at two and started a four game losing streak. The Jaguars superb power handed the Bull- dogs a 26-7 defeat. Bentley's only touchdown came on a 60-yard interception by defensive Jim Carmichael. Plymouth and Belleville stopped the Bulldogs cold, taking two shutouts from the Bentley eleven by scores of 38-O, and 20-O. The Bulldogs defense wasn't as weak as these scores may indicate. Led by co-captains LeRoy Fahle and Rod Wills the defensive unit was the big part of the Bulldogs game all through the season. The league play was over by October 25, the Bulldogs ending the season with a second place tie with Belleville. The Bulldogs still had two games remaining, one against the Pioneers from Dearborn and the final game of the season against Thurston. Bentley which had failed to score in fourteen quarters finally pushed over against Dearborn. The six points came too late and the Bulldogs tasted defeat for the fifth time this season. Bentley's homecoming game against Thurston was the last game for nine senior boys. Left halfback Eldon Dillon finished his high school career by scoring three touchdowns against Thurston. This game was full of the willingness to win and finished a tough season. A valuable player on the i957 team was Co-captain LeRoy Fahle. LeRoy made All-league center and played an important part on the defensive squad. He was the leader of the Bulldog's attack and spirited the team when either winning or losing. FOOT

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