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Page 133 text:
Jim Deedler smashes a home run to help teammates toward another champion-
ship. Pitcher Ken Weigle baffled plenty of opposition batters.
Diamond stars anticipate another league crown
Being co-champions of the Suburban Six Baseball League has
many disadvantages as well as advantages. One disadvantage
is that everyone expects a repeat performance the following
year. Even though Bentley repeatedly has good baseball teams,
such a performance is rather a tall order since the members of
the Suburban Six constitute one of the toughest leagues in the
One deepening regret of the sports department, however, is the
lack of attendance at Bentley's games. ln all truth Bentley has
one of the poorest attendance records of the League. This
season,Mr. Hudnut is hoping for some ofthe loyal sports-conscious
support which is so evident in Bentley's other sports. He feels
that with some moral support, Bentley's ten returning lettermen,
with the help of last year's reserves, will be strongly competing
for an undisputed League Crown.
BASEBALL LETTERMEN. Left to right: front row: R. Hoobler, pitcher, T. Laslo,
infielder, J. Antonazzo, outfielder, D. Nixon, pitcher. Back row: B. Kobane,
catcher, R. Porter, pitcher, G. Barth, infielder, M. Bright, outfielder, M. Melone,
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.
Page 134 text:
Jim Kline and Bill Mills ready for tennis com
Netters' potential packs real wallop
Spring of 1960 will be a season of tennis
rebuilding at Bentley. The team's handicap
of having only three returning lettermen will
create a challenge among its new members
to retain last year's league position. Coach
Young hopes to find talented sophomores to
bolster his team.
Last year the team placed second in Sub-
urban Six League competition with TO wins
and only 3 losses. This record will be hard
to beat, but, as the ever hopeful coach says,
"We'll be able to achieve it if the boys will
put out with all they've got toward winning."
TENNIS LETTERMEN: Left to right:
J. Kline, R. Mills, R. Waterston, P.
Pete Olack con ratulates his o
9 P' I
ponent after a hard-fought match.
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