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Severity-seven St. Thomas High Schoor seniors will be graduated tomorrow during commencement ceremonies in the Church. Ceremonies will begin at 3 p.m. Msgr. Vincent Howard, pastor at St. Thomas, will present the diplomas. Commencement speaker will be Father Frank Srebernak, pastor of St. Francis Catholic Church in Ann Arbor. Named valedictorian of the St. Thomas senior class was Andrew McMillan, Winner of the school's Chemistry Award and Social Science Award in 1970, McMillan this year was named Reader's Digest Valedictorian; runner-up for Junior Achievement President of the Year' for Southeastern Michigan, and a member of the National Honor Society. He also received the Mathematics (4th year) Award this year and an honorary Michigan Higher Education Scholarship. McMillan is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Stewart McMillan, 4080 Joanne Court. Salutatorian is Daniel Hardie, son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Hardie, 4 Bristol Court. Hardie, who was president of his freshman class, has been admitted to the Honors Program at the U-M this fall. A member of the National Honor Society, he received a letter of commendation for his scores on the National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test. Hardie's other awards and achievements have included: Society of Professional Engineers Award; certifícate of recognition in the State of Michigan Competetive Scholarship Program; a University of Michigan Regents-Alumni Scholarship; semi-finalist in the Michigan Competitive Mathematics Tests and "Outstanding American High School Student." Hardie also earned two varsity track letters, two varsity cross country letters, was co-captain of the cross country team, and was a member of the Ski Club. He was in scouting for six years. These St. Thomas s e n i o r s also received the following awards at the recent Honors and Awards Assembly: National Honor Society: M,ary Sue Belanger, Mark Bertz, Clare Canham, Mary Jo Chicoine, Marquerite Dinka, Thomas Diroff, Thomas Driscoll, Daniel Harie, Sheila Kinney, Carol Komosinski, Andrew McMillan, Thomas Marshall, Jane Mosher, Emily Niemann, Denise Petrick, Penelope Pietras, Carol Ullrich, Charles Koch, Kathleen O'Mara. Reader's Digest Valedictorian Award: Andrew McMillan. Regents' Alumni Scholarship: Daniel Hardie, Thomas Driscoll, Clare Canham. Michigan Society o f Professional Engineers: Daniel Hardie. State of Michigan Competitive Scholarship Certifícate: Andrew McMillan, Daniel Hardie, Mark Bertz, Thomas Marshall, Thomas Diroff, Catherine Brauer, Penelope Pietras, Kathleen O'Mara, Scott Meidrum, Leon Hieber, Vincent Peters, Emily Niemann, Mary Jo Chicoine, Jane Mosher. American Legión Wolverine Boys' State: Michael Leavy, Al O'Neill. National Honor Society Award: Mary Jo Chicoine. St. Thomas High Nominee for National Council of Teachers of English _Achievements Award: Michael Leavv. Winner of 2nd Place in Elk's Leadership Contest: Vincent Peters. Michigan Tech University Scholarship: Thomas Diroff, Thomas Marshall. Purdue University Air Forcé ROTC Full Scholarship: Mark Bertz. Appointment to Air Force Academy: Mark Bertz. Optimist Club Award for Outstanding Involvement in Community and School Af f airs: Al O'Neill. V.F.W. Voice of Democracy Scriptwriting Contest (taped speech) - City Winner: ScottMedrum. D.A.R. Award- Highest Quality of Good Citizenship (includes dependability, service, leadership and patriotism): Mary Jo Chicoine. National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution in Recognition of Outstanding Character and Patriotic Leadership: Kevin Kelly. Michigan Alumni Honors Trophy for Scholarship, Leadership, Participation: Mary Sue Belanger. Society of Outstanding American High School Students: Mark Bertz, Clare Canham, Thomas Diroff, Thomas Driscoll, Daniel Hardie, Carol Komosinski, Thomas Marshall, Emily Niemann, Carol Ullrich, Andrew McMillan, Judy Simon. Library Award: Barbara McCoy. Audio Visual Award: Leon Hieber. Arts Awards: Paul DeFord, Therese Barnard, Patricia Wykes. Business Award: Janet Komosinski. Clothing Awards: Jane Payeur, Betty Richmond, Dianne Schwind. Drafting Awards: Dave Henderson, Paul Carroll. English Awards: John Petropoulis, Mary Peterson, Judy Simon, Clare Canham. French Awards: Judy Simon, Mark Moon, Catherine Brauer, Lydie Arthos. Latín Awards: Kelley Smith, Anne Eisele. Math Awards: Andrew Foster, Mary Ford, Paul Carroll, Andrew McMillan. Social Studies Awards: Mark McCoy, Mary Peterson, Brian Boyce, Carol Ullrich. Religión Awards: Donnamarie Spitier, Carol Dascola, Judy Simón, Francés Anhut. Science Awards: Mark Foster, Thomas Lynch, Paul Carroll, Daniel Hardie. Music Award: Cynthia Clark. Physical Education Awards: Jack Mortell, Cathy Pererson. Spirit Trophy: Senior Class. Father Carey Trophy: Thomas Driscoll.


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