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BAND. lMr. Clarkl. Front row, left to right: Mary Pope,
Karen Larsen, Frank Pravato, Anne Templeton, Frank
Eddie, Loretta Hoegy, Wendy Jackman, Nancy Williams,
Heather Fitzgerald. Second row: Donna Palonen, Phillip
Lawson, Wayne Gray, Pat Ostrowski, Charles Drewry,
Sue Madsen, Sally Fedus, Joe Washburn, August Mein,
Fred Bobier, Sharon Lamb, Ardith Bottrill, Joyce Zimmer-
man, Florence Higley, Fiane Traycik. Third row: Rita
Hines, Ross Ziegler, Sally Stinborg, Nancy Hanes, Janet
Lingeman, Loretta Smith, Connie Clark, Barbara Ballman,
Karen Grace, Dan Traub, Mary Lou Newburg, Walter
Anderson, Ed Newlin, Ron Niedwicki, Peter Hector, Bill
Chase, Ted Lutz, Mariorie Shaw, John Eadie, Barney
Robb, Peter Jones, Robert Larsen, Roderick Scott, Barbara
Klump. Fourth row: Dennis Johnstone, Robert Washborn,
Larry Weiss, Bob Potoczak, JoAnn Emerson, Donald
Bruner, Donald Hearn, Ran Winger, Ed Clapham, Bob
Wilson, Dean Fortin, Janet Lustig, Jim Saur, Dennis Laugh-
lin, Ralph DeVries, Gary Clinton, Billy Bancroft, Carroll
Roose. Drum Maiorettes: Bonnie Button, Rose Spicer,
Sue Clark. Drum Maier: Gary Moore,
Every heart and toe keeps time when the Band performs
Christmas and Spring Concerts, participation in the Suburban
Six League Festival and the Southeastern Michigan Band and
Orchestra Festival are high points of the year forthe 7l -mem-
ber Concert Band. During football season this group is a
marching unit, during basketball season, several musicians form
a pep band. The students also participate with bands from
state schools at University of Michigan Band Day each fall, at
various Community activities, and at Commencement ceremonies.
This is a case of "practice makes perfect." Each member has
had prior instrumental training in Junior High. At Bentley he
rehearses five days each week with the whole band, and one
hour each week with his sectional group. These things add up
to top-g rad e performances.
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Bushed or bewildered? Bentley students may
have been either after a long day ot music,
marching, and football at the University of
Michigan Band Doy.
BAND OFFICERS include, left to right, Sue Clark
secretary, Danny Traub, treasurer, Gary Moore, vice
president, Carrol Roose, president, Mr. Robert Clark
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Reserve Maqorettes, Heather Fitzgerald, Ann Templeton,
Sue Madsen Ardith Bottrill, and Joyce Zimmerman
twirl at one of our important basketball assemblies.
Gary almost looks as
it he has fallen asleep
while standing at
Sue Clark, Gary Moore,
Bonnie Button, and
Rose Spicer were seen
leadingthe band many
times during football
Their routines fascinate football, basketball crowds
BentIey's Maior, Gary Moore, and its
Moiorettes, Bonnie Button, Sue Clark,
and Rose Spicer provide entertain-
ment during the half-times at football
games. The girls twirled their way
through basketball season also. The
Reserve Maiorettes can look forward
to performing at games and pep
assemblies next year.
The Maior andthe Ma-
iorettes get ready to
lead the band onto the
football field during
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Marching ancl concert music are played with equal finesse
BenlIey's Marching and Cancer! Band parficipaied in the ground-
breaking ceremonies for ihe new Wonderland Shopping Cenier
los! full. The cemer will be across the road from Ihe Ford building.
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