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21 Students Are Cited For Scholarship

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Twenty-one city students have earned letters of commentotion from the 1969 National Merit Scholarship program for their performance on the quaii-l íyrV:fe students-12 from Huron High School, seven from Pioneer and two from St. Thomas-join the ranks of the upper two per cent of those students expected to gradúate from high school in 1970 They rank just below mei 15 000 semifinalists announced earlier this month. Semifinalists ta the city included 10 students from Pioneer High School, 11 from Huron High and one from St. Thomas. Officials from the Naüonal Merit program explaui that although these commended studente do not advance further in the scholarship competition, their outstanding performance in a nationwide program is recognized. . , _ ,_, The commended students' names are reported te othe! scholarship-granting agencies! and to the colleges they namedi as their first and second choices when they took the test in February. The reports include home addresses, test scores, and anticipated college major and career intentions. Hon students are: Thomas L Davenport, Peter DDeHart, Richard W. Demuth, Julie L. Howe, Joseph Klemman, Barbara J. Lowther and Elizabeth MSnThomas M. Neely Adri-i an B Newby, Erica Pek, Susan Steigerwalt and Carol A. Stewart. . The students from Martin Chaney, Peter C. ' Cunningham, Eric A. Jones. Charles W. Kennedy, Arnold A. Leus David L. Marshall and John J. Murphy. St Thomas students are. David L. Hiever and Stephen J. Royce.


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