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Page 105 text:
Homecoming, in mid-October, was a most
satisfactory occasion, with the football team
racking up a win over Redford Union to
please the huge crowd, and with little red-
haired Deanna Tarbet glowing beneath the
Tokyo, the Sophomores' entry in the "Cities
of the World" float contest, won its division,
although the Juniors' Gondola from Venice
and the Senior throne of Atlantic City were
also lovely. New Orleans at Mardi Gras
time earned a trophy for the chorus.
Coronation took place at the Ball, which
followed the game. Once again members of
the Echo-Whisper staffs sponsored Home-
With the crown securely on and an armful of
roses to match her red hair and complement
her green and white gown, Queen Deanna
Tarbet began her thrilling reign as l959
Members of the l959 Homecoming Court included, left
to right, Sophomores Judy Yotkois and Carol Thorpe,
Seniors Judy Onza and Barbara Bundy flanking the
Queen, and Juniors Put Farmer and Irene Gionnetti.
Page 104 text:
"Cities of the World" were background
decorations for the Ball, in keeping with the
Homecoming theme. Bentley might as well
have been Paris or Siam for all Queen Diana
knew as she danced fbelowi with Bill
Kobane after her coronation.
Behind scenes, waiting impatiently for fes-
tivities to begin, Irene Giunnetti and Ron
Duncan seem concerned about Barb Bundy,
but Pat Farmer is more interested in the
Homecoming mostly ball for Quee
Page 106 text:
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This 'Fabulous quortette has been a part of
the Exchange Assembly for two years and is
a sure favorite with the students who'attend.
They are Phil Castrodale, Larry Richardson,
Les Baxter, and Ron Montoya.
Grand finale of the Assembly is traditionally the senior
Can-Can line. This year's group included lbelowl Judy
Kaiser, Connie Paul, Pat Doran, Liz Watchko, Sandy
Dawson, and Nancy Gannon.
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