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Page 131 text:
With Sophomores predominating the
line-up, Coach George Fefles' re-
serve basketball team completed
another winning season.
Deft ball handling, passing, and
shooting, as well as clever defensive
play, proved to Bentley fans that
varsity teams for at least the next
two years are going to continue to
be powerful in league and state
competition, as present reservists
move up to fill positions vacated by
RESERVE BASKETBALL. Left to right, front row: D. Gray
G. Fernyhough, S. Powers, L. Carrier. Second row: B
Miller, G. Borth, B. Dimitroff, D. Merrill. Third row: G
Mapes, T. Handyside, H. Atkinson, D. Buda.
Tom Handyside, left, lets a shot
go for another two points.
Lannie Carrier, right, concen-
trated successfully at the foul line.
Page 130 text:
Reserve cagers grew accustomed to sweet tas
Coach Fefles gave his boys some sound
strategy and good cheering during time-out.
Below left: Greg Mapes is about to get the ball with defensive help from
teammate Boris Dimitrofif. Right, Greg measures time and the opponents'
action before shooting.
41 Farmington 22
Redford Union 30
Allen Park 32
Redford Union 31
Allen Park 27
Another contest begins with center Mapes
getting the tip-off. Handyside and Dimitroff
wait to grab the ball when it comes down.
Page 132 text:
New talent, track encourage '60 team
TRACK LETTERMEN. Left to right, front row: R. Waack, C. Leitzow,
l. Richardson, S. Baleczak, D. Hearn. Back row: L. Schultz, C.
Thompson, R. Kemnitz, E. Buckhave.
This is the first season in many a year that Mr. John McDonald,
coach of the track team, will not have to sit up late nights worry-
ing where he'll be getting new talent. With at least twenty re-
turning lettermen, Bentley is eager to take all comers. Also the
school has a new track for practice, league competition, and
the Regional Meet.
Mr. Hank Cannon, assistant coach, says that they are looking
forward to fine performances from some new Bentley faces:
Ed Buckhave, who came from Howell, Dan Goodfellow, of
Farmington, Ron Ciccarelli and Brian Anderson, from Riley
Hopes for '60 track honors rest
partially on Ron Bogoyevac
tbelowi in high iump, Larry
Richardson lrlghtl pole vault, and
Cliff Thompson llsttj in hurdles.
The '59 team placed third in Suburban Six League competition
behind Redford Union and Plymouth while carrying a five-four
record. They placed fourth in regionals and were rated fifteenth
in state standings.
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