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William Hartman: A.B., Eastern Michigan, M.A., University of
Michigan, Rhetoric, Advanced Placement English 12, English Liter-
ature. Gladys L. Masuch: A.B., Valparaiso University, M.A., Uni-
versity of Michigan. ADCOM, English ll, Advanced Placement
English, ll. Bernard J. Rowan: A.B., Hope College, M,A., Uni-
versity of Michigan. ADCOM, Rhetoric, English literature,
Advanced Placement lO. Senior Class Co-sponsor. Julia A. Smith:
A.B., Central Michigan, M.A., Wayne State University, English lO,
ll. Yearbook Adviser. Jack R. Comstock: A.B., Michigan State
University. Advanced Journalism, Counselor. Newspaper Advisor,
Camera Club, Exchange Assembly, Homecoming.
Because it is basic to all learning, English is a required
course for every sophomore and iunior. ln addition to
perfecting skills in effective communication-reading,
writing, speaking, and listening, these students acquire
an understanding and appreciation of literature. Sen-
iors may elect rhetoric, speech, English literature, or
Advanced placement English programming comprises
three full years of concentrated study for talented
students, same of whom receive college credit for suc-
cessful scoring on the advanced placement test taken
near the end of their Senior year.
lppreciation, a bonus
Sally Donaldson and Bob Premo lbelowl find that edu-
cational records aid in their understanding of literature.
Dorothy Ross lrightl discovered plenty of materials in
the library to help with class research.
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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
.1.f- . wx 11,
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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Tony Balogh: B.S., Central Michigan. Art,
Crafts, Commercial Art Scenery, Senior Play,
Operetta. Jerry J. Smith: B. Mus., University
I of Michigan. Chorus, Choir. Pep Club. C. John
- Qs - - . Glanz: B.Ed., M.Ed., University of Toledo,
.- K H ' I' ' ' i' K ,A -Y gf Art, Advanced Painting, Advanced Sculptur-
kk - ' -QQ Y ingg Commercial Art. William Savola: B.M.,
. Northern Michigan, M.M., Indiana University.
' Q ...f f " Orchestra. Ensembles and Chamber Music
iii K' -' 151 H ,,-f- Groups. Robert A. Clark: B.S., M.Ed., Wayne
. V. A if State University. Band. Dance Band.
Bentley's music and art departments provide
for the development and cultivation of talent.
While perfecting their own abilities, students
of fine arts provide pleasure for the entire
student body-the music department by its
performances, and the art department chang-
ing displays about the building and its ex-
hibits. Most important, however, is the
knowledge and experience the students gain
in the cultivation of their talents. Throughout
their lives, band, orchestra, and chorus mem-
bers and art students will benefit from their
high school experiences.
Worlds of talent find direction
Sue Gerrard and Loretta Hoegy practice abstract art
in water colors.
Mr. Clark swings out to the football field,
heavily laden with sound equipment for a
marching band rehearsal.
Mr. Glanz instructs Dave Cook and Doug Fisher in sketch-
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