Mary Jo Geyer, a junior at Washington and Lee University...

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April 05, 1992

Mary Jo Geyer, a junior at Washington and Lee University, has been elected into membership in the university's Gamma of

Virginia chapter of Phi Beta Kappa.

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Two senior students at Notre Dame Preparatory School have been listed as finalists in national scholarship competitions. Jessica Lang was named finalist in the 1992 National Merit Scholarship Competition; Michele Marshall is a finalist in the 1992 National Achievement Scholarship Program for Outstanding Negro Students.

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Donna Pond, a student at the University of Baltimore School of Law, won best oralist at the fourth National Environmental Law Moot Court Competition.

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Melinda Wilson, a student at Seton Keough High School, has been selected a state finalist in the "Very Special Arts" contest commemorating the 200th anniversary of the White House.

George D. Shomper of Baltimore County has been selected for ((

inclusion in the 1992-'93 edition of Who's Who of American Inventors. Mr. Shomper invented a 22-inch long mirror that improves a driver's field of vision to the rear and to both sides of a vehicle.

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Three Mount de Sales Academy students have been awarded college scholarships. Leeandra Brode, a $7,500 Presidential Scholarship to the College of Notre Dame; Renee Russell, a $5,000 Presidential Scholarship to Loyola College, and Jennifer Sullivan, a $3,000 scholarship to Mount St. Mary's College.

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Charles Thomas Lo Presto, a professor of psychology at Loyola College, was named the 1992 Distinguished Teacher of the Year by the college.

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Blaise Aguera-Arcas of Glenelg Country School won a first prize $100 in the first Jean Nekola American Dream essay contest, a prize endowed last year in honor of a retiring English teacher at St. Paul School for Girls. Four honorable mentions included Jenny Richtsmeier of St. Pauls's School for Girls, Joshua Freeman of Annapolis High School, Michael Podberesky of Beth Tfiloh School and Marian Sue Anderson of Worcester County School in Berlin.

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The new edition by Mark Hijleh, chairman of the music department at the Institute of Notre Dame, of the concerto in D for violin and orchestra by the Chevalier Meude-monpas (1786) was scheduled to be performed by the Chicago Civic Orchestra yesterday.

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Kelly Lorsong, a student at Saint Louis School in Clarksville, has been awarded a $500 scholarship to Mount De Sales Academy.

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The following Institute of Notre Dame seniors have been offered college scholarships: Jennifer Flutka was awarded both a Loyola College Presidential Scholarship and the American University in Washington's Presidential Scholarship; Susan Foersch has been offered the Presidential Scholarship from Widener University in Chester, Pa.; Anisa Kupiec has been awarded a renewable Honors Scholarship from Manhattanville College in Purchase, N.Y.; Deborah LaBoo has been offered the Presidential Leadership Award from Hood College; Melanie Vogel was been awarded both the College of Notre Dame Scholarship and the Roanoke College Scholarship.

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