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Page 51 text:
B S Unlversnty of Detront
Unuversnty of Michigan
Football Coach Reserve
Physical Education provides
training for health, spirit
Phystcal fitness to meet the natlon s
top standards IS the goal of all
Physical Educatnon classes This us
achleved through health study, calls
themcs and games partucnpatlon
Sports Appreclatlon classes lead to
understanding the theory and funda
mentals of games Swnmmnng pro
flcnency may lead to a lnfe savmg
Ron Erickson IS beginning to wonder gust
what us gonng on ut seems to hum that people
wtll do headstands most any place On the
other side of the gymnasium lunlor gurls
take thlngs a little easter by playung volley
ball Each of these actlvltles represents only
a mmor port ot the phystcul educatlon pro
gram as a whole
M S Umversnty
Muchngan Mnchagan State
Umverslty Umversuty of
Muchugan Physical Educa
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ball and Baseball
LESTER C ANDERS
BS Hanover College
M S Umversnty of Much:
gan Athletnc Director
LARRY I. JOINER
B S Western Mlchugan
Unlversnty M A Eastern
Mnchlgan College Physucal
Swlmrnlng Coach Asststant
MARGARET C PROVAN
B S Eastern Muchtgan
College Unlversaty of
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B.A., University of Michi-
gan. Michigan State Uni-
versity, Wayne State Uni-
versity. Driver Education.
State University. Wayne
State University. Driver
Assistant Swimming Coach.
B.S., Eastern Michigan
College, M.A., University
of Michigan. Wayne State
University. Driver Educa-
tion, Counselor. Backtield
Coach, Football, Varsity
There's nothing quite as thrilling as "doing"
where Driver Education is concerned. Stu-
dents get careful instruction from members
of the staff as they practice.
Good driving attitudes are important lessons learned
by students enrolled in the Driver Education classes.
Being cautious and courteous to other drivers makes
for less accidents and safer driving. Students apply
these attitudes at all times while driving.
"Stop, look, and listen" is an important rule followed
by these students. They learn the rules for safe driving
and the laws involving traftic and accidents. They
become familiar with various traffic signs, with the
method of giving signals while operating an auto-
mobile and the proper way to drive under varying
Knowledge of all parts of the car is gained in ad-
dition to instruction in actual operation of the vehicle.
Combining mechanical skill and social responsibility,
driver education students should help increase the
safety of highway trattic.
Precision, courtesy, sense comprise Driver Education goals
Classroom instruction involving proper driv-
ing procedures at intersections is applied by
Mr. Reum's students on this demonstration
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James Russell and George Young consult with Head Custodian
Horace Stokes concerning the refinishing of furniture.
George Young, William Franklin and Leo
Fisher begin one of their many sweeping
tours of the building.
"Jack-of-all-trades" could well describe our
custodians, who do all sorts of things to keep the
buildings which make up Bentley High School look
nice and run smoothly. They paint, varnish, replace
glass, sweep, scrub, wax. They repair broken furni-
ture and equipment, they assemble and transport new
furniture, equipment and supplies. They wash towels
and sinks. They keep the walks and grounds clean
and attractive. They raise and lower the flag. And
they always have a smile and a greeting for everyone.
Mrs. Delores Grech and Mrs. Cora Ward,
matrons, meet in the pool laundry roam.
Keeping the school plant in perfect shape is their crusade
Lunch time is over all too soon, but it's a welcome break. Standing
are Joe Shelby and Leon Coleman: seated are Fred Westfall, Brock
John Colley and Gerald Knatfle replenish Austin Jr. and Ed Young, who is night leader and assistant to the
their depleted supply of sweeping compound. head custodian.
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