Bentley High School - Pioneer Yearbook (Livonia, MI)

 - Class of 1959

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Bentley High School - Pioneer Yearbook (Livonia, MI) online yearbook collection, 1959 Edition, Page 148 of 186
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Page 148 text:

Matmen brought league trophy home. Practice sessions are innumerable and in valuable for both partlcapants and team member spectators WRESTLING lMr Peter Kokenakes headcoach Mr Dan Webster assistant, Front row left to rght Dck Hoobler Wally Durban Gordon Hisayasu Paul Fel ce Jerry Nelson Pat Warner Denns Hsayasu Back ro Mr Kokenakes Jm U erzagt Stu Pap eau John Mar en Dan Stefan D ck Albrecht Mr Webster Not pictured Les Baxter '-...I X..J J I Bentley's wrestlers were the first school team to earn a i958-59 trophy to add to the athletic showcase. Ably guided by Mr. Peter Kokenakes and his assistant, Mr. Dan Webster, the matmen went to work early in the season and never let up. They also initiated the uninitiated by staging the league championship bout before a large representation of Bentleyites and explaining the mysteries of the sport as the meet progressed. WRESTLING RECORD Bentley Opponent Thurston Walled Lake Fordson Farmington Redford Union Melvlndale Trenton Fordson Allen Park Redford Union Trenton Allen Park Walled Lake Dearborn Southfield X .L X 1 .LAX 8 40 27 21 28 23 24 ' 26 53 ' 3 40 ' 8 27 T9 25 23 . . . . 35 15 - - I 37 ' I l . 24 20 39 ll 30 I2 . . , 7 . , 14 23 ' ' - I I l 1 l I I .1 24 I9 . rs W -9- 4' 1 PI 4 , 7 'K - V Q 'x I' g- 3,1 --7 ' J H . ,- 2- g g Z L X 6 i 4 , , L + ' 6 2 if i ' s i if I N f 5 ,. , f 4 7 ' if ' t ,Ss 't , 1 'h . 5 1 ' 51, f A X iw- Ill 1 1 .4 ' 'L ' - - -, . s ki , ua W i L W6 S tx V tg YA 'I A A A x ' . 5 N. 5- ' '..' I f l 1 , X' Ya 3 . f Y A ei sieve - if, fi? 'E' if R' 'tw '- o

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"On your mark, get set, go!" Jim Mundy and Jim Keras are all ready lor the race. "I think he needs ta get down iust a little," coach Jolner observed to his assistant Mr. Bernd, as they watched the swimmers prac- They enioy being "all wet' ' to bring honor to their school. Although their first season of competition in swimming proved to be a rather dismal one for Bentley's tank-men, they salvaged some glory by taking fourth place in the Suburban 6-A League tournament. Five members of the team earned the right to participate in the finals. Of these, John Tresh placed first and Ron Omar sixth in diving, Ron McKinnon third in the 50 and l00 yard freestyle events, Phil Prong, fourth in the 200 yard freestyle, and Charles Whiteside sixth in the 400 yard freestyle. Coach Joiner is optimistic for next year, all but three letter-men will return. SWIMMING TEAM. lMr. Larry Joinerl. Front row, left to right: Robert Richey, Nelson Mead, James Keras, Gerry Mundy, Alfred Paas, Terry Moore, Charles Griffith, John Schumacher, Larry Hellier. Second row: Mr. Joiner, John lmonen, Glen Markham, James Popp, Ed Clapham istudent managerl, Charles Galloway, Charles Whiteside, Robert Lassen, Robert Conuelle. Third row: Robert Kellogg, Ronald Holmes, Richard Wirth, Richard Bennetts, Gordon Sherman, Phillip Prong, Mr. Bernd lassistont coachl. ans- Im "X N-xg. X



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An assortment ol regular sweat clothes, towels and other heavy apparel plus a warm corner in the base- ment make up Pat Warner's sauna. That's one way to take ot? weight. Wrestlers got all steamed up At practice Jim Unverzagt demonstrates the "tulsa on Stu Papineau. LEAGUE TOURNAMENT: Firsts: Dick Albrecht, Jerry Neilson, les Baxter, Pat Warner, Dick Hoobler, Jim Unverzagt, Stu Papineau. Seconds: Gordon Hisayasu, Dennis Hisayasu. Thirds: Dan Stephan, John Marine, Paul Felice. REGIONALS: Thirds: Dick Hoobler, Jim Unverzagt. Fourth: Dick Albrecht. The latter three qualified for the State Tournament. Against Redford Union Dick Albrecht lupper rightl and Stu Papineau lrightl were successful in pinning their opponents. f", - , ' uv' in ' af

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