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Page 139 text:
ouldn't be prouder!
Claudia, Carol, Margaret, Betty, and Sandy whoop it up after
another Reserve basket.
Reversing BeIleville's plot, varsity cheerleaders help their
favorite basketball team "Beat the Tigers." They include,
left to right, Donna Hockaday, Kathy Memmer, Judy
Oncza, Cora Plumley, Nancy Silvey, Barbara Bandy,
and Deanna Tarbet.
That's Bentley spirit! Deanna Tarbet leads a
rafter-shaking cheer for a successtul basket-
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RESERVE CHEERLEADERS. Left to
right: Sandy Biedermann, Carol
Millson, Betty Grant, Margaret
Martens, Claudia Koenig, Judy
We're from Bentlej
Rain or snow, Bentley's cheerleaders are at every
game keeping school spirit alive and bolstering Bull-
dog morale. Their cheering again helped lead varsity
and reserve football and basketball teams to victori-
Each May finds quantities of Bentley girls trying out for
the following year's varsity cheerleading squad. A
board of seven teachers selects finalists, who then be-
gin arduous practice for next season. Reserve cheer-
leaders are selectecl in early autumn.
Pep Club this summer will provide the means of sending
some cheerleaders to a special camp.
Flying high, varsity cheerleaders got into the spirit of
another Bulldog football triumph. Chris Hudnut waited
to see what it was all about.
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GAA. Left to right, front row: J. Hellier, K. Weiss,
S. Farris, S. Zaleski, C. Thomas, L. Topolewski, B. Dickson,
treasurer, S. Mayo, president, N. Hanes, vice-president,
S. Orrin, secretary, D. White. Second row: E. Longhurst,
S. Willmott, J. Lingemann, K. Bray, L. Fourment, C. Har-
rington, M Zopft, D. Collins, D. Orel, R. Rousakis. Third
row: M. Wegner, L. Walter, W. Moore, S. Hartsoe,
S. Petro, J. Dole, C. Randolph, J. Willmott, J. VanDen-
Bosch, M. L. Bush. Fourth row: P. ller, B. Lynch, M.
Jacobs, C. Cummins, M. Esper, L. Hawbecker, G. Scott,
L. Beale, D. Bonsel, E. Zikmund. Fifth row: S. Sharp,
P. Ringler, L. Harris, M. Covert, L. Peddle, S. Shuring,
P. Morey, M. Wurtzbacher, P. McFadden.
Mr. Webster and Boris Dimitroft put their
own brand of PEP into the flrst pep assembly
of the basketball season.
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Three faces of physicc
Bentley's athletic program is the center of interest for
three groups of different types.
Pep Club members can be readily recognized by their
green hats, white shirts, and sore throats. Their cheering
not only provides team encouragement, but it keeps
high the school spirit which is a Bentley trademark.
Still another group that helps keep alive Bentley's tra-
ditional fight spirit is the Varsity Club. Only those boys
who have earned a school letter in a varsity sport are
eligible for membership. Varsity Club exists primarily
as recognition for performance of athletic achievement.
GAA girls never give up. Basketball, soft ball, volley-
ball, bowling, swimming -practically all sports are their
favorites. Play-days with other league schools feature
their annual program.
PEP CLUB. Left to right, front row: N. Silvey, J Oncza
J. Wagenschutz, C. Morgan, secretary-treasurer M
Hilton, vice-president, P. Loria, president, S. Trombley
S. Zaleski, B. Neilson, S. Viau, C. Plumley, B Bandy
Second row: D. Tarbet, J. Snowden, C. Scanion J Rui?
D. Woodruff, C. Thorden, N. Bowser, C. Kehoe C Clark
K. Taylor, R. Geschwender, S. Shuring, L. Peddle F
Jawad. Third row: B. Ginsberg, S. Henning, R Mauller
H. Fitzgerald, J. Pierce, C. Frevost, S. Whyte, .l. Bronden
burg, A. Bottrill, S. Scott, K. Memmer, S. Schaffer Fourth
row: N. Rice, J. Oliver, H. Burke, S. Bourdas, S Hanford
J. Reske, D. Higham, Y. Pollington, J. Corlstrom J
Salisbury, B. Grant, L. Fourment, L. Kuperman. Fifth row
D. Johns, J. Munch, D. Wilson, B. Dimitroff, J Nastold
C. Thomas, R. Mitchell, D. Peterson, L. Richardson D
Ries, R. Holmes, G. Prevo.
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