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Page 81 text:
Practice, practice, practice for marching season. Maior-
ette Ardith Bottrill iabovel looks around to discover
band members doing the same thing. Drum maior Don
Hearn irightl confers with maiorettes Sue Madsen, Ann
Templeton, and Ardith Bottrill.
rr any reason, strike up the Band'
Marching is serious business to drummers Donald Bruner,
Mark Napier, Robert Suchner, and Lawrence Weiss. In
the excitement of the football games, irightl, the band
blares out triumphantly when a touchdown is scored.
Page 80 text:
Over and over again we realize that there's nothing
quite like good band music to put spirit into any under-
taking. Bentley's marching and concert bands, directed
by Mr. Clark, are among the finest in Michigan. Daily
rehearsals, plus sectional practices once each week,
perfect the training members have begun in iunior
high or earlier.
Each year the group performs at football games as
well as in numerous concerts. A pep band plays during
basketball games. One member is selected annually
to participate in the summer program at National
Music Camp. Assisting with band business this year
were Fred Bobier, president, Phillip Lawson, vice presi-
dent, Ann Templeton, secretary, and Wendy Jackman,
BAND. Left to right, center circle: S. Hodges, D. Palo-
nen, A. Templeton, J. Horner, A. Bottrill, S. Shuring, A.
Rigney, C. Collard, J. Branam, C. Trosen, S. Lamb, W.
Jackman. Second row: B. Shaw, C. Clark, J. Lingem-
man, B. Klump, R. Larsen, P. Jones, M. Bagolea, P.
Balysh, N. Zopft, S. Madsen, C. Hundertmurk, F. Bobier,
L. Hoegy, J. Albrecht, D. Baumgartel, H. Fitzgerald.
Third row: R. Hines, J. Barringer, P. Morey, N. Hanes,
N. Loud, F. Higley, P. Lawson, J. Zimmerman, J. Freed,
M. Bonfante, T. Leslie, T. Lutz, D. Laughlin, 5. Fedus, J.
Washburn, S. Lawson, J. Eadie, R. Kirkman, M. Shaw, W.
Anderson, M. Garvin. Fourth row: C. Eckert, S. Sewrule,
S. Scott, C. Klein, L. Goodlesky, J. Hanton, D. Hearn,
E. Clapham, J. Lustig, W. Miller, R. Young, A. Wurfel,
B. Reed, D. Borgia, E. Newlin, R. Niedwicki, R. DeVries,
L. Lucas, G. Partain, G. Clinton, B. Bancroft. Standing:
D. Johnstone, D. Bruner, B. Suchner, B. Pctoczak, N.
Sutliff, L. Carrier, M. Napier, R. Washburn, Mr. Clark,
director. Missing from picture: M. L. Newberg, P. Hector,
C. Tornow, S. Stanburg, D. Anderson, L. Weiss, D.
Klinger, R. Steinberg.
ln any seasc
With maior and maiorettes at attention, the
Clark gives directions to marchers via marching bond lines up ,O ploy "The swf,
x :M his portable P.A. system. Spangled Bonner...
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ORCHESTRA: Left to right, front row: D. Nelmark, E
Wagenschwanz, L. Watchko, J. Kollak, L. Anderson, B
Klenk, K. Lucas. Second row: E. LaRue, M. Redinger, J.
Williams, C. Robinson, K. Klassen. Third row: D. Baum-
gartel, S. Shuring, A. Rigney, W. Jackman, P. Balysh
M. Garvin, E. Newlin. Fourth row: D. Bruner, R. Wash-
burn, S. Hodges, J. Horner, D. Palonen, F, Bobier, C
Hundertmark, S. Fedus, J. Washburn, W. Bancroft, G
Clinton, L. Lucas, G. Partain, D. Hearn, J. Simpson, S.
Graham, Mr, Savola, conductor. Not in the picture.
Mary Newberg, P. Hector.
Delicate touches of bow on string, plus enriching har-
mony via the brass section produce musical perfection
known as Bentley's orchestra. Talented and dedicated
students match the devotion to music of their director,
Together this group performs locally in Christmas and
Spring concerts and during intermissions of dramatic
performances. They also take part in league, area,
and state competitive meets. Almost every summer
amember attends National Music Camp at lnterlocken.
Part ofthe Music Department's Christmas assembly and
concert was presented by the Orchestra Mr Savola
Familiar to all orchestra members is this view conducting.
of Mr. Savala ronducting.
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