Benson Polytechnic High School - BluePrint Yearbook (Portland, OR)

 - Class of 1985

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New si ia'faI! S Ba1l's Chess Players Take High Awards Racking up several high awards after completing a 10 win, 2 loss season, the Chess Club under the direction of Mr. Michael Ball, adviser, had fun both in competition and in fellowship. After completing the season, they took Second Place in the Portland Chess League, 15th at the State Tournament, and Second Place at Chess Cascade. Eugene Hudson 1123 won the "Most Valuable 3rd Board Trophy at Cascade. The varsity team was composed of Peter Pritchett 1103, Richard Fry 1113, Eugene Hudson 1123, Phi Pham 1123, Troy Wilson 1113, and Michael Thompson 1103. Valuable subs were Frank Le 193, and Brian Heuvel193. Use Of Computers To Expand In '8 -86 Currently there are two types of computer courses. MC 1Advanced Computers3 with Mr. Harlan Henry. He teaches Advanced Basic first semester and Pascal second semester. MIC 1Computer Literacy3 was an introductory shop class which involves learning word processing, programing, and development of computers. MC was open to all students while MIC is in the sohpomore sequence. These were taught by Mr. Jeffrey Spalding. Presently the academic area has 18 TRS 80 model lll's and lV's, 10 Apple ll!e's and an Altair. These machines were used by the entire student body and faculty. The vocational area had machines in Drafting, Electric and Machine Tech. Page122 ' r G lvl? ff -flsfwsz 1. 3 .sts .. st M 7 ' 2 We , --.. --Pill IVZTIZIEZ! A. Patrick Young 193 works on the Hazeltine 1420 computer in the Aardvark room. B. CHESS CLUB-KNEELING: Phi Pham 1123, Brian Heuvel 193, Frank Le 193, Troy Wilson 1113, and Jon Fulk 193. STANDING: Leroy Eugene Hudson 1123, Richard Fry 1113, Michael Thompson 1103, Peter Pritchett 1103, Michael Fulk 1103, and Mr. Michael Ball, adviser. NOT PICTURED: Mike Torrello 193. C. The hands of a skilled player make the right moves in a practice game. D. Mike Ingram 1103 checks copy as it comes out of the print out machine in the computer lab. E. Two students make ready to push the right key in a computer game.

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.mumuitis tnuciirimi wi New Reporters Meet Higher Requirements It was a constant struggle, but the staff of the Tech Pep and the Benson print shop managed to produce eight issues of the student publication. Only four members of the journalism class had any previous experience in newspaper work. Mr. Dwight Berning, Tech Pep advisor, said that next year there will be a beginning class to teach basic journalism skills and an advanced class that will work on the paper. Editor-in-Chief Cliff Pfenning 1111 predicted, "The paper should come out more often next year because everything will be organized on a time schedule." This year's beginning students have had enough practice to write well next year. The sophomores who will make up the 1985-86 beginning journalism class had to have received a or better in their freshman English classes. Mr. Berning and the freshman English teachers also approved the students. A trip to Seattle was one of the activities that the journalism class took part in. The excursion was tothe Journalism Education Association national convention. This meeting will be held in Phoenix, Arizona next year, and the Tech Pep staff will try to raise enough money to attend. An April Fool's edition titled "Benson Enquirer" was the most enjoyable issue to write, and although there were conflicts with the print shop over subject matter, the paper was well received by students, teachers and administrators. A. 1984-85 TECH PEP STAFF-ROW 1: Mai-Ling Sheehan 1101, Frank Byers 1121, Danielle Traylor 1101, Julie Baik 191, Richard 1Thuy1 Trinh 1101, and Michael Fulk 1101. ROW 2: Jason Heilbrun 1101, Cliff Pfenning 1111, Eric Garnett 1121, Gary Borisch 1121, Chris Johnson 1121, George Patterson 1101, and Kevin Hendrickson 1121. ROW 3: Jerry Marbury 1121, Bernie Deazley 1101, Jeff Wong 1121, Tracy McKinney 1121, and David Peterson 1101. NOT PICTURED: Dwight Stegner 1111 and Lotus Child 1101. B. A day view of downtown Seattle, taken from the window of the hotel room shared by male Tech Pep staff members at the Crowne Plaza. C. The Write- Off Contest awards breakfast at the Sheraton Hotel. D. Weary conventioneers pose in front of the Crowne Plaza - Richard Trinh, Tracy McKinney, Frank Byers, Cliff Pfenning, Dwight Stegner, Julie Baik, and Lotus Child. Page 123

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