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Social studies programming covers a wide range of
subiects designed to provide an understanding of this
area to the student body. United States history and
American government, required courses, enable stu-
dents to learn about their country and prepare them
for good citizenship.
Current geography and world history open the door
to education ofthe world, past and present, while eco-
nomics classes study human relations from the financial
point of view. Personal problems are discussed in soci-
ology and home and family living, and international
relations deals with problems of the world.
Congresswoman Mrs. Martha Griffiths ileftl smiles at
Bentley seniors after being introduced by Mr. Wilson.
Mr. Young lbelowl points out an African region to Cur-
rent Geography students John Anstensen, Christine
Mulchi, Linda Topolewski, and Cheryl Welsh.
X is xx
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The toe bone's connected to the foot bone," says Rob
Jackson as Linda Harris takes notes.
Kenneth M. Allen: A.B., Northern Michigan: M.S., Uni-
versity of Michigan. General Biologyg Basic Biology.
Biology Club. Roy A. Larson: A.B., Augustana Collegeg
M.A., University ot Michigan. General Biologyg Applied
Science. Biology Club. Richard Robert Adler: B.S.,
Michigan State Universityg M.Ed., Wayne State Univer-
sityg M.S., University of Michigan, University of Penn-
sylvania. ADCOMg Basic Biologyp General Biology,
Accelerated Biologyg Science Clubg Hall Monitors.
S' is 2
Robert J. Lucchetti: B.E., University of Detroit. Chemis-
try. Masque and Mike, Loren G. Farrell: B.S., M. Pub.
Ad., Wayne State University. Donald M. Rotrock: B.S.,
M.A., University of Michigan. Physics, Accelerated
Physicsg Specialized Instruction. Radio Clubp Atomic and
Nuclear Science Club.
o Bentley scientists
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Lee Deschamps, city iudge for Student Government Day,
and Judge Lorion, tell Ladywood senior about court
nd culture inspire Social Studies
Howard N. Dickie: A.B., Central Michigan: M.A., Uni-
versity of Michigan. United States History. Richard
Wilson: B.S., M.A., University of Detroit. International
Relations: American Government: United States History.
Disaster Club. William R. Young: A.B., Alma: M.A.,
University of Michigan. Current Geography: United
States History. Tennis. William R. Mc0uesten: A.B.,
M.A., Wayne State Sociology: United States History.
Robert T. Fisher: B.S., M.Ed., Wayne State University.
Home and Family Living. Audio-Visual Director. Harry
M. Flower: B.S., Clarion State University: M.Adm.,
Michigan State University. United States History: Current
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Top row: Henry Cannon: A.B., Eastern Michigan: M.A.,
University of Michigan. United States History: Driver
Education. Assistant Track Coach. Susan S. Lederman:
A.B., University of Michigan. American Government:
United States History. Senior Play Assistant Director:
Model United Nations Assembly Sponsor. Dan Webster:
A.B., Michigan State University. United States History.
Wrestling: Student Council: Pep Club. Middle row: Lois
VanLare: A.B., Hope: M.A., University of Michigan.
World History: United States History. Terrence F. Con-
nors: A.B., Michigan State University, Wisconsin Unie
versity: M.A., Eastern Michigan. ADCOM., Home and
Family Living. Future Teachers' Club. Fred A. McGIone:
A.B., M.A., Michigan State University. ADCOM., American
Government: Economics. Golf: Cross Country: Alumni
Association. Bottom row: Peter Kokenakes: A.B., Eastern
Michigan University: M.A., University of Michigan. Social
ogy: United States History. Reserve Football: Varsity
Wrestling. Dorothy Chandler: A.B., Northwestern Uni-
versity: M.A., University of Michigan. World History
French l. French Club. Dominic P. Paris: A.B., Northern
Michigan: M.E., Wayne State University. United States
History: American Government. Junior Historical Society.
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Mr. Dickie helps Jack Bousquet, Carole Boyd, and Sue Brandon in under-
standing United States history.
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