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13, 1976 October 13, 1976 The Borah Senator, Boise, Idaho Page 3 r Write? Right! " Seven win awards ;daslic Scho- fin be )rs on in lilt.' Or the he lesl Mrs. ;' sec- J on a basis. Curdy the ined ring era- ,ard i/ Borah's Rhonda Henderson, Joel Horton, Kary Yanaky and Lant Pritchett have been chosen as National Merit brains semi-finalists. (photo by Jim Brock) 'I Four senwr scholars place in Nat'l Merit Four seniors have been named semi-finalists by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC), according to Principal William Jameson. The semi- finalists are Ronda Henderson, Joel Horton, Kari Yansky and Lant Pritchett. Seven seniors have been given letters of commendation. They are Sarah Barsness, James Corn- well, Brian Dale, Steve Erick- -son, Kyla Keeney, Doug Stokes, and Debbie Whipple. OUT OF 1,050,000 juniors who took the 1975 Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test/Nation- al Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT) these stu- dents are among the 15,000 who have been made semi-finalists and the 35,000 commended stu- dents nation-wide according to Mr. Bennett, senior counselor. The test was taken last year in mid October. It is a difficult test that is divided into two sections -- verbal and math. The test takes about three hours to com- plete. About 103 students from Borab-took the test last year. THE TEST not only gives a preliminary idea of how the stu- dent will do on the SAT, but it also provides a good selfcheck to obtain a realistic program report. Semi-finalists might also be elig- ible for a scholarship, said Mr. Bennett. "With society being basically competitive, I feel it is necessary that our students compare and compete aggressively nation- ally, +' said Mr. Bennett. "The test is not designed for the class intellect. In 1974 one of the finalists maintained a C average indicating that ability quite often surpasses class performance," he added. earn ,d is [lre II. ,rts ttas )wn lost nek son ista gh oel dey on Hill ner on rell ogt ;on ',en ' ts- ne :la- irs, lel )ek td Io iek lh, is, in, Seven Borah students won awards in five events in the Northwest Media Conference in Sun Valley, Oct. 3-5. Borah captured more firsts than any other school participat- ing. q'cresa Brown, senior, won a first place in feature writing com- petition in the seven state confer- ence. Tcrcsa had previously won a first in features at a national journalism conference last year. She is associate editor of The Senator. Jeff Cappel, senior, won first place in sports writing. Jeff is the sports editor of The Senator. Borah's yearbook team swept their competition, also taking a first. Team members were Julie Johnson, Safari editor; Pare Hol- lifield, student life editor; and Carole Davidson, sports section editor. Robert lrusta, senior, took a first in TV news. Robert is the feature editor of The Senator. Tom Weickmann, .junior, took a third place in radio broadcast- ing. Other persons attending the conference were Chris Pfost, Cindy Hill, John Clapp, John Janson, Nancy Leavitt, Laura Spiers, Tammy Carmichael, Terri Ewing, Kris Foster, and Shelley Thompson. Yearbook and newspaper advi- sers Ms. Barbara James and Ms. Marge Bue accompanied the group. The conference included such noted speakcrs as Paul Miller, chairman of the Board of the Gannett Co. and Chairman of the Board of the Associated Press; Samuel Adams, Assistant Pro- fessor of Journalism at the Uni- versity of Kansas; and Gordon Bess, of the comic strip "Red- eye." Sherman is a fancy flasher if you happen to be gift shop- ping for a friend don't be sur- prised if you walk into a store and find the first "Dirty Old Man" doll gazing at you from the shelf. Uncle Sherman, a product which was on display at the San Francisco Toy Exposition, comes in a variety of outfits including a trenchcoat, terry cloth bathrobe and smoking jacket. All of the costumes open with ease expos- ing the doll's organ. Ron Hayes, newspaper adviser from Lewiston was a keynote speaker at the opening session of the conference. Mr. Hayes' speech was the subject of feature and news story competitions. Students and advisers attended numerous sessions dealing with the many facets of the media. "! met a lot of great people,'" said John Clapp. "Everyone had a super time," added Julie Johnson, "'but the conference itself was more poor- ly organized than it has been in the past, and rather useless for the average high school journalist compared to other state and na- tional conferences.'" P0-J0 Billiard G01f 7071 Falrvlew . FAMILY FUN CENTER Many other fun Games: * Air Hockey * Ping Pong * Foosball * Billiards and the newest Pinballs and Arcades in Idaho/ Sum-Thurs.: 11 am - 11 pm Fri.-Sat.: 11 am - 1 pm :/i  Make a pretty, lady smile, Bring her two flowers - One for her dress and the dance, And one for herself and being special. (photo by RIohsrd Sotto) Hillcrest Floral IN THE HILLCREST PLAZA