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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
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.
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Matmen brought league trophy home.
Practice sessions are innumerable and in
valuable for both partlcapants and team
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
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.
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Co-captains Don Phillippi and Tom Eveland
flanked coach Bob Bentley at the Southfield
gym as he received the District trophy from
Monte Charles, Southfield High School Ath-
letic Director and Tournament Manager. The
Bulldogs defeated Farmington 58-46 for this
Tournament time was a mad March marathon.
Swish! Plop! Swish! Plop! That was the way the season
began and that was the way it ended, with one
basket following another through the hoop. Along
the way the Varsity quintet gathered another Sub-
urban-6 league title lshared with Bellevillel and went
on to win the District trophy again by defeating
Waterford and Farmington. A victory over Catholic
Central put the team into the Regional finals, where
Pontiac Central's Chiefs salvaged the win and the
trophy. Steady fans will long remember the dazzling
and deceptive ball handling and playmaking of Don
Phillippi, the sharpshooting of Tom Eveland lwhose
all-star selections were numerousl, the backboard
magic of Jim Carmichael and Ron Bogoyevac, and the
heart-and-soul performances of the other Bulldogs.
All in all, the l958-59 squad added several pages
of glory to the record of basketball excellence which
Coach Bentley's Bentley boys have established.
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