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Page 135 text:
H ping other students get
aquainted with the library and help-
ing them find their needed materials
is the main iob ofthe library staff. In
addition, staft members become fa-
miliar with the daily library routine.
They check books in and out, place
the books back on the proper
shelves, check and sign passes, and
otherwise keep the library a neat
and pleasant place in which students
and faculty may work.
Some of these student librarians fur-
ther their library education, after
graduation from high school, and
make it their life work. As part of
their Co-op training, some stat? mem-
bers work in various school libraries
LIBRARY lMrs Rachel Hilbert and Miss Doris Kangasl Front row lett to right Mrs
Hilbert Margaret Payer Janet Rungler Marion Sergison James Popp Miss Kangas Second
row: Nancy Winiarski Bob Popolowicz, Carolee Bitz Norma Newstead Sharon Zimmer-
man Yvonne Blout Curtis Harriman. Third row: Lee Yates Esther Middlewood Beverly
Rensberger Jean Dillon Angella Byrnes Pat Swift Donna Perzyk Barbara Moore Dick
O'Dell Doris Lowry. Fourth row: Pat Payer Judy Campbell Geraldine Zawacki Lester
Karr John Kaiser Earlene Biggs Carol Cook Yvonne Smithpeters Jim Wilson Carol Loucks.
Fifth row: Bob Pregitzer Gary Schilinski Carl Jason Karen Mark, James Zemboy Tom
Cleveland Ray Hellwege Richard Wilson Mike Harrison Arlene Gentry.
Busily checking library book lists were Pat 1
Swift, Gary Schilinski, Janet Ringler, ond jug,
Library efficiency, book wonder combine for these students
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DEBATE lMr. Ramon Wisniewskit. Front row, left to
right: Karen Smith, Ellen LaRue, Dwight Martin, Carol
Pulfer. Second row: Mr. Wisniewski, Jack Barlow, Bob
Pregitzer, Bob Burkett.
Debate and Forensics demand organized thinking, speaking
Education was the problem this year, at least tor debaters, who con-
centrated their research and their reasoning on the pros and cons of
"Resolved that: The United States should adopt the essential features
ot the British Educational system." For them it was a rather bleak year.
Spring Forensic competition opened the new semester for a number of
Bentley students who enioy public speaking. They participated in
declamation, humorous reading, dramatic reading, original oration,
and interpretive reading.
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an ,. 'W
Leslie Borgia and Carol Pulfer co-
operatively decided which points
each would make in her turn dur-
ing debate season.
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C0-OP. lMr. Arlie Fairmanl. Front row, left to right: Mr. Fairman,
Janice Marchand, Mary Finch, Joan Higgins, Leni Hutton, Lucille
Monroe, Karen Peterson, Peggy Morris, Deanna Rowles, Sandra
Panzari, Geraldine Zaleski, Carolyn VanKeuren. Second row: Joe
Maples, Dorothy Davis, Donna Perzyk, Judy Plumley, Jeanne Higgins,
Nancy Trapp, Trudi Decker, Sue Sinclair, Roseann Drnek, Lois Coates,
Dick Harden. Third row: Frank Gaffney, Vivian Parmenter, Jerry
McDonald, Nancy Aimino, Ruth Durham, Geraldine Zawacki, Judy
E. Baker, Donna Howden, Judy Szuba, Linda Stokes, JoAnn Alversan.
Fourth row: Patsy Lockwood, Barry Radawiec, Janice Ewald, Russell
Lechel, Gerri Repka, John Little, Carole Couillard, Pat Swift, Joe
Mason, Judy Meier, Diane Proctor.
op members prepare for careers with on-the-job training
Mixing school and work is a full-time experience for
the Bentleyites who participate in the Co-operative
Occupational Training Program directed by Mr. Arlie
Fairman. Because, while they spend a half day each
at school and job, each is designed to help the student
with the other.
C.O.T. participants range from clerking in stores to
secretarial work to industrial iobs of many sorts. Both
girls and boys take part in the program. On the iob,
students are observed and evaluated by their em-
ployers, whose reports to the school are a basis for
grades and recommendations for future employment.
After graduation many students continue full-time with
their C.O.T. position.
Joh application was the topic of discussion here between Mr
Arlie Fairman and Janice Marchand.
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