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Page 90 text:
SHUTTERBUGS. Darkroom inhabitants included B. Scharl,
A. Lynch, C. Jason, and D. Hearn.
Inspecting a camera are Al Madden, Gerry Marquis,
Ralph Klotz, Lloyd Herman, AI Herman, Bob Canuelle,
and Larry Thompson, all members of Audio-Visual.
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Language proves to be a many-splendored thing to
several student groups, although their purposes diFfer.
French and Spanish students ioin clubs to learn more
of the customs and conditions of the people who speak
the languages they study.
Masque and Mike serves a triple purpose: it stimulates
interest in dramatics, teaches members all aspects of
production, and provides assistance with dramatic
presentations at Bentley. The second goal was
achieved this year by studying a one-act play, "The
Man in the Bowler Hat." Students directed, produced,
performed, designed sets and costumes for this play.
Any student interested in dramatics is eligible for
Masque and Mike membership.
Words are tools for debaters, who apply them logi-
cally for the businesslike purpose of proving their
points-of-view. Their topic this year was "Resolved:
that the Federal Government should substantially in-
crease its regulation of labor unions." Spring forensics,
directed by Mr. Erickson, included declamation, ora-
tion, extempore speaking, interpretative and humor-
Items at the French booth at the Old World Market entranced mem-
bers of "Le Cercle francais" when they attended that annual event
in November. Later in the year, accompanied by Mrs. Dorothy
Chandler, students had dinner at a French restaurant.
SPANISH CLUB. Left to right, front row: C. Kehoe
J Petzold, C. Prevost, president, M. Hilton, treasurer,
T Leathley, vice president, J. Pierce, secretary, R.
Geschwender, P. Loria. Second row: P. Hubbard, N.
FRENCH CLUB. Left to right, front row: N. Howe, S
Hutton, J. Reske, I. Bergman, A. Higginbottom, Mrs. Ort,
C. Scanlon, N. Silvey, L. Ankelein. Second row: G.
Bergen, S. Cotner, S. Haiduc, M. Abrams, S. Lamb,
D. Karr, C. Rutherford, P. Moore, J. Ericson. Third row:
K. Pilgram, S. Hanford, L. Kuperman, G. Lynch, V. Collins,
S. Gillespie, J. Cagle, K. Kuzins. Fourth row: B. Weeder,
Rice, B. Yeager, D. Orel, F. LaLone, T. Lewis, J. Dole,
M. Esper. Third row: J. Sunal, P. Clarke, T. Schultz,
K. Frigon, J. Barber, C. Nicholas, G. Adams. Fourth row
K. Taylor, H. Schweppe, R. Masters, J. Zemboy, S. Eby,
J. Grela, C. Giesler, D. Bonsel, S. Owston, G. Balloid
G. Fernyhough. Fifth row: J. Moffett, P. Balysh, S
Castle, H. Trick, L. Ritter, B. Rapp.
J. Grace, N. Mantel.
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at sight and sound
AUDIO VISUAL. Left to right, front row: H. Atkinson,
Mr. Fisher, sponsor, J. Cahill, vice president, R. Bauman,
secretary-treasurer, A. Herman, president, J. Harma.
Second row: H. Johnson, R. Kunkel, T. Donaldson, L.
Herman, G. Allen, G. Celler, L. Goodlesky, J. Little.
Third row: L. Thompson, B. Brown, D. Stetson, G.
McLellan, A. Madden, D. Reed, G. Mapes.
For those who care about mechanical equipment as
well as artistry, three organizations are available.
Audio-Visual members serve the school by handling
and maintaining all movie, slide-film and tape re-
corder equipment. They also order films and show
If camera clubbers look eye-weary, it's because they
spend so much time in the darkroom. These students
learn proper photography-taking pictures, develop-
ing, enlarging, and printing them, Their work is used
by both the yearbook and school paper.
Another newcomer this year is the "Bentley Eyes"
group. By recording significant school events on movie
film and sound tape, they have begun a library of
Bentley life that will be forever fresh.
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BENTLEY EYES. Discussing a point with their director
concerning movies of school events are, I
D. Goodfellow, L. Goodlesky, J. Barber,
and Mr. W. R. McQueston.
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