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Page 69 text:
Whee, this is fun!" is what those
smiles indicate as the girls' gym
classes run relays.
Ability, agility meet in gym classes
Physical education classes serve many pur-
poses: they help students to keep physically
fit, increase students' knowledge of good
health, lead to understanding of the theory
and fundamentals of games, and give stu-
dents an opportunity to be part of a team
and to learn good sportsmanship. Included
in each individual physical education pro-
gram are games participation, calisthenics,
sports appreciation, and swimming. Active
participation in each of these areas helps
students become well-rounded individuals.
"Eight, nine, three, seven, HlKE!" is not an unfamiliar
sound to boys enrolled in physical education.
Jack Hudnut: B.S., M.S., University of Michi-
gan. Physical Education. Football, Baseball
Coach. Margaret C. Provan: B.S., Eastern
Michigan. Physical Education. Girls' Athletic
Association, Varsity Cheerleaders. George
Fefles: B.S., University of Detroit. Physical
Education. Reserve Basketball, Football.
Erika Gans: B.A., Hunter College. Swimming,
Physical Education. Silver Swans. larry L.
Joiner: B.S., Western Michigan, M.A., Eastern
Michigan. Physical Education. Swimming
Coach, Assistant Varsity Football Coach.
Mildred Harder: B.S., Anderson College.
Physical Education. Reserve Cheerleaders.
Lester C. Anders: B.S., Hanover College,
M.S., University of Michigan. Athletic Director.
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Paul Bernd: B.S., M.A., Wayne Uni-
versity, Michigan State University.
Driver Education, Counselor. Assistant
Swimming Coach. Robert E. Bentley:
B.S., Eastern Michigan, M.A., Uni-
, versity of Michigan. Driver Education,
1 I n - Counselor. Basketball Coachg Assistant
E Football Coach. John T. McDonald:
A.B., Eastern Michigan, M.A., Univer-
ilg sity of Michigan. Driver Education,
United States History. Track Coach.
Elliott Reum: A.B., University of
Michigan. Driver Education. Social
Committee, Remembrance Committee.
"Be prepared" could be the motto of driver education students. One step in
preparing for any emergency is experience in changing a tire, says Mr. Reum
to appreciative pupils Linda Schmidt, Sherry Hanford, Judy Downs, and Carol
Driver Education classes help students de-
velop attitudes, understanding, and skill
necessary to intelligent citizens in our traffic
society. This is accomplished through a pro-
gram divided into two phases-classroom
instruction and behind-the-wheel training. ln
addition to operation skills, students learn
rules for safe driving, traffic laws, parts of
the car, and methods of cautious and cour-
teous driving, all of which contribute to the
safe and efficient How of traffic.
prepares auto experts
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Page 70 text:
Counselors provide diverse services for students of a
1 , ,,
John R. Webber: B.S., Wayne State University, M.A., University of Michigan.
Counselor. Research Committee, Sophomore Class Sponsor. Dorothy Bentley:
A.B., Albion, M.A., University of Michigan. Counselor. Remembrance Fund Chair-
man, Social Committee. Gunhild E. Tolik: A.B., University of Vermont, M.A.,
Michigan State University. Counselor. American Field Service School Coordi-
nator, LEA Scholarship Committee. Aram Vosgerchion: B.A., M.Ed., Wayne
State University. Counselor. Assistant Junior Class Sponsor. lrene Moore: B.E.,
Wisconsin State College, M.A., University of Michigan. Counselor. Assistant
Junior Class Sponsor. Ken D. Barnhillz B.S., Western Michigan, M.A., Michigan
State University. Counselor.
Mr. Vosgerchian, Mr. Barnhill, Mrs. Shadford, Mr. Webber, and Mrs. Talik
confer at one of the many meetings held by the counselors.
Services oFfered by the counseling depart-
ment improve the adiustment of individual
students and help them find eFFective ways
of solving every-day problems. Students find
that personal interviews with counselors help
them in planning their educational and vo-
cational goals wisely, in selecting the high
school curriculum which most adequately
paves the way toward these goals, and in
solving personal problems,
Providing information on further education-
in colleges, universities, business schools,
armed forces-applications and scholarships
is another facet of the counselors' programs.
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