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Girls find swimming requires spirit, speed, endurance, grace
"What's this?" The Silver Swans
are kicking up a storm!
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Our female amphibians are really Silver Swans. lt's the love of
water that draws them together, at the pool, naturally. Here
directed by Mrs. Erika Gans, they develop skills of swimming
and diving. Hours of practice produce, along with loads of fun
and good experience, speed and endurance in standard swim-
ming strokes, artistic finesse and good timing in rhythmical
patterns which lend themselves to applause during water
shows, and agility in diving techniques.
SILVER SWANS. lMrs. Gansl. Watching JoAnn McVicar do a head stand are front row,
loft to right: Barbara Ann Henderson, Sue Sellon, Mary Pope, Joya Holmberg, Jackie
Bruening, Kathy Vots, Pat Wirth, Loyolla Lance, Pat Noble, Sharon Lomb. Second row:
Barbara Nielson, Ann Thorpe, Terri Leathly, Janet Lingeman, Judy Crowther, Raelee
Bothwell, Joan Rouse, Janet Pierce, Jeanne Thorpe, Jean Rouse.
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Coming out of a iacknife, Mary
Pope holds the attention of other
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Pep Club trademarks: green hat, white shirt, stout lungs.
PEP CLUB lMrs Eruka Gansl Front row left to rlght Sandy Palmer Sandy
Schafer Judy Campbell Shnrley Noble Faye LaLone Second row JoAnne
McVncar Jeanne Thorpe Glorla Tresh Sue Whyte Karen McLean Sharon
Lamb Martha Weaver Joyce Reske Thlrd row Loretta Smith Janet Lmge
mann Nancy Rlce Judy Sales Chrls Acom Lunda Lentz Jull Berryman Lmda
Tucker Pat Ayvazlan Arlene Rueker Fourth row Pat Clarke Ruth DeGutls
Evelyn Emery Carol Casselman Judy VanCamp Anne Templeton Yvonne
Sharp Norma Rogers Janne Deedler Jean Jurgensen Fifth row Jan Oswalt
Connie Paul Sue Bowser Sandy Owstone Louise Camron Kady Heunzman
Hazel Persson Bonme Schuller Phyllts Unto Marge Bulloch Sixth row Sandy
Wolgdka Sherry Wurtzbacher Mary Grlsmer Barb Patterson Jerrv Leathley
Raelee Bothwell Marllyn Ludwng Dyna Parmenter Sue Madsen Judy Whute
PEP CLUB lMrs Eruka Gansl Front row left to rlght Deanna Tarbet Barb
Bandy Sue Brandon Sally Donaldson Pat Lorna Emnly Leece Sylvla Rawles
Carol Nncolal Judy Ohver Nancy Sulvey Second row Karen Smnth Carol
Rutherford Judy Kauser Gaul Lynch Peggy Chaundy Sandy Dawson Sue
Glllespse Lnnda Kobane Kathy Memmer Susan Bourdas Third row Kay
Nordstrom Faye Ammon Sharon Humm Pat Farmer Ruth Mauller Janet Pnerce
Deanna Darr Sharon Scott Shurley McKenna Barb Neulson Fourth row Judy
Oncza Carolee Butz Marlene Esper Janet Vogel Jaya Holmberg Carolyn
Churchull Demse Rzucldlo Judy Hunter Arduth Bottnll Pat Noble Futth row
Marnlyn McCann Marsha Hulton Judy MacMurtrue Judy Crowther Nancy
Godbey Judy Breegen Sue Sellon Sharon Wtlson Darla Jenmngs Judy Munr
What makes more nouse than a Bulldog? Well at Bentley the Pep Club
does, because they are the loyal core of students who follow the Bulldogs
wherever they go and, wm lose, tue, they cheer for theur team tlll thenr
throats are raw Fall, wmter, or sprung nn all knnds ot weather and for
every athletic event, these people are on hand wuth thenr whnte shurts
and green hats and acclamatory vonces to let the boys know the school
ns all for them, too'
Page 119 text:
the G.A.A. volleyball tournament challenged the
women of the faculty who agreed to a two-game bout. These
games turned out to be very spirited affairs, and the teachers
proved they weren't as decrepit as the students thought. Result?
Each team won one game.
Girls demonstrate physical education talents, vigor in G.A.A
Girls who participate in three major sports may retain active membership
in the Girls' Athletic Association, which meets once each week. G.A.A.
girls take part in intramural tournaments in soccer, volleyball, basketball,
softball, badminton, table tennis, and bowling. This year the winning
volleyball team played a special game against the women teachers.
Suburban Six league play-days provide part of the year's activities also.
G.A.A. has several purposes: it develops friendship and good sports-
manship, it provides intramural activities, it is a service to the school and
one way of representing Bentley to other schools, it gives Bentley girls
an opportunity to earn a school letter in sports.
G.A.A. lMiss Margaret Provanl. Front row, left to right: Sharon Scott, Faye
Lalone, Kathleen Vots, Janet Pierce, JoAnne McVicar, Judy Oncza, Carolyn
Kehoe, Carol Stronski, Karen Van Camp. Second row: Sharon Peterson, Linda
Kobane, Pat Noble, Judy Muir, Pat Farmer, Beth MacMurtrie, Barb Neilson,
Ann Mastro, Fay Cossin. Third row: Kathy McGrath, Sharon
Owston, Carol Casselman, Marsha Hilton, Jan Oswalt, Sharon
Lotz, Virginia Walters, Sue Pringle, Doris Grebik. Fourth row: Nancy Silvey,
Susanne Orrin, Nancy Williams, Arlene Rieker, Ardith Bottrill, Sylvia Rowles,
Carolee Bitz, Karen Mclean, Heather Fitzgerald, Shirley McKenna, Faye
Ammon, Helen Hedges. Fifth row: Hazel Persson, Kady Heinzman, Phyllis
Uitto, Judy White, Marylou Bush, Nancy Hanes, Anne Templeton, Karen Frigon,
Sandy Woigdlka, Pat Clarke, Marge Shaw. Sixth row: Sue Sellon, Judy
Campbell, Judy Crowther, Terri Leathley, Marilyn Ludwig, Sue Madsen, Marge
Bulloch, Midge Elandt, Yvonne Sharp, Darla Jennings, Loretta Teachman,
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