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Page 53 text:
Mr. Lozano captures the interest of several Spanish
students: Chris Prevost, Jim Grace, Janet Pierce, Bill
Armour lin hatl, Jerry Boicourt, and Karen Doolittle.
Jet propulsion for Romans was via catapult, and a rock
could be pretty devastating, as Jett Conn demonstrates
to fellow Latin lll classmates Bill Lawrence and Tom
Languages open new horizons
Language students not only learn to read,
write, and speak foreign languages, they
learn the culture and customs of for-oft places
as well. Latin classes find themselves cen-
turies back in time, and the knowledge of
the language helps them in their English
vocabularies. Some French and Spanish stu-
dents will some day have opportunity to use
the languages they are learning, and all
members of these classes gain in knowledge
of these foreign countries, which helps to
broaden their ideas and enrich their lives.
John Boeve: A.B., Hope College, M.A., University of
Michigan. Latin. Sophomore Class Sponsor. Shirlee
Cheney: A.B., Lawrence College, M.A., State University
of Iowa. Spanish. Spanish Club Co-sponsor. William A.
Lozano: A.B., M.A., Wayne State University. Spanish,
English. Spanish Club Co-sponsor. Barbara Ort: A.B.,
M.A., Ball State College. French. French Club.
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Page 52 text:
Library oFFers pleasant atmosphere
Core of the entire academic program,
Bentley's library plays an important part in
high school life, the services it provides
are helpful to all students and faculty
Books, magazines, and pamphlets are avail-
able for reports, research work, or pleasur-
able reading. Many students prefer to study
in the library because of its quiet and pleas-
Assisted by Mrs. Hilbert and Mrs. Kyle, tenth
and eleventh grade English classes include a
library unit on use of facilities and research
Saluting each special holiday and week,
attractive and appropriate displays decorate
available library wall space at all times,
contributing much to the interest and positive
Joan Kyle: B.S., Wayne State University,
M.S., University of Southern California. Assist-
ant Librarian. Book Club. Rachel M. Hilbert:
B.S., Western Michigan University, M.A.,
Wayne State University. Librarian, Library
Science. Book Club.
These girls enioy ample table space and attractive
surroundings of the library as a background for their
Students find interesting and useful
books and magazines in the library
Page 54 text:
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Jo Ann Shaffer, lrene Berg-
man, Sharon Leland, Tom
Friedrichs, and Steve Crick
, carry on Cl discussion in
the sophomore Advanced
Placement English class.
Skillful communication basic to all studie
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Top row: Ramon Wisniewski: A.B., University of Michigan. English
ll, I 2, Speech l l, l 2. Debate, Junior Play. Elizabeth Beauchamp:
A.B., Albion. English lO, ll. Y-Teens. Doris E. Kangas: A.B., M.A.,
University of Michigan, English 10, ll. Marilyn J. Dreher: B.S.
Eastern Michigan. Masque and Mike Club. Middle row: Barbara
Erdody: A.B., Eastern Michigan. English lO, ll, Reading. Hall
Monitors. Patricia F. Stickels: A.B., University of Michigan. English
lO, ll. Assistant, Audio-Visual Aids. George Manuel: A.B., Michi-
gan State University, M.Ed., Wayne State University. Modern Liter-
ature l2, Beginning Journalism. Junior Class Sponsor. Paula Moore:
A.B., Albion, Michigan State University. English lO, ll. Bottom row:
John E. Erickson: A.B., M.A., University of Michigan. English lO, ll,
l2. Senior Play. Judith R. Panush: A.B., Wayne State University.
English lO, ll. Assistant Junior Class Sponsor. lla Sloan: A.B.,
Albion, M.A., University of Michigan. English lO, ll. Junior Class
Assistant Sponsor. Clarice J. Wilks: A.B., M.A., University of Michi-
gan. English lO. Assistant Sophomore Class Sponsor.
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