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SENTINEL TRIBUNE EDUCATION Wednesday, April 10, 2013 Page 8 SCHOOL MENU April 15-19, 2013 Monday: Beef goulash/ WG noodles, or chef salad, green peas, fresh fruit, fruit cocktail, wheat bread, milk Tuesday: Chicken fajitas/ whole wheat tortilla shell, spanish rice, glazed carrots, lettuce, tomatoes, orange wedges, wheat bread, milk Wednesday: French toast sticks, cheese omelet, san- sage carrots, celery/Ranch dip, fresh fruit, juice, wheat bread, milk Thursday: Turkey club/ wheat bun, french fries, mixed green salad, tomatoes, apples, pears, wheat bread, milk Friday: Chicken quesadil- la, salsa, black beans, broc- coli/cheese sauce, carrots, mandarin oranges, mixed fruit, wheat bread, milk Weekly Science Quiz by Douglas Clark White Dwarfs Our Sun is said to be a main sequence star, meaning that it fuses hydrogen to form helium. What happens when it exhausts its supply of hydrogen fuel? Once hydro- gen fusion stops, there is not enough pressure on the star&apos;s core to create a fusion reac- tion with helium. Because there is no longer any out- ward push from fusion, the star begins to collapse from the crush of gravity. This col- lapse create more and more pressure in the core until helium fusion begins, while some ofthe remaining hydro- gen burns outside of the core. The products of helium fusion is carbon and oxygen. The star expands and becomes a red giant. Its life as a red giant is brief on an astronomical scale---only a few million years. It will then eject its outer layers as it reaches the end of its bum cycle, leaving behind a col- lapsed core known as a white dwarf surrounded by a plan- etary nebula. A White dwarf is the final evolutionary state of about 97% of all the stars contained in the Milky Way. White dwarfs are very dense--they pack a mass comparable to that of our Sun into a volume similar to the size of our Earth. A white dwarf is com- posed mostly of the fusion products of helium: carbon and oxygen. It is also sur- rounded by a thin layer of helium, and sometimes hydrogen. Fusion quickly stops so the white dwarf has no source of energy and will cool over many billions of years, eventually to the point where it no longer shines at all. Astronomers have recent- ly found two white dwarfs stars orbiting one another once every 39 minutes. Binary white dwarfs are exceedingly rare. Out of the 100 billion stars in our gal- axy, only a few dozen have been found. Located about 7,800 light-years away in the constellation Cetus, these two stars orbit each other at a distance less than that from the Earth to the Moon. The fate of these stars is already determined. Because they orbit one another so closely, they produces gravi- tational waves, ripple-like distortions in spacetime that were predicted by Albert Einstein in his theory of gen- eral relativity. The gravita- tional waves carry away orbital energy, which has put the stars in an ever-tighten- ing spiral. In about 40 mil- lion years, they will crash into one another and merge to form a new star. If their combined mass were more they would collide and turn supernova, but since they aren't massive enough, they will be reborn and begin to shine once again. 1) True or false: The Sun will eventually become ared giant. 2) A white dwarf has a core composed of ???. a) hydrogen b) helium c) oxygen d) carbon and oxy- gen 3) True or false: About half of the stars in our galaxy will eventually become white dwarfs. 4) Two stars in orbit around each other are known as ??? stars. 5) Gravitational waves were predicted by???. Answers on page 2 Copyright (C) 2013 Weekly Science Quiz All rights reserved. If you went to truck down the road #  success then you need to shift gears ind FII steer yourself to Kene Transport. Ifyoz've TRA NSPOAP T INC got the drive Kane Transport has the nflesl We are currently recruiting qualified company drivers and owner operators through Minnesota and North Dakota. Must have clean MVR and good work history along with Tanker & Haz Mat endorsements. Position may require I-4 nights out and sone weekend work. Kane provides company drivers with: $500 sign on Bonus after 90 days Vacation pay Medical/dental insurance 401k with match . Life insurance . Monthly safety incentives For more information or to apply please visit nsw.kanetmnsporLcorn or Call $77-714-52 ext. 243 WWG speech team places four speakers in section The WWG Speech Team Schools was the host site for Creative Expression. coached by Carolyn Enstad, this years tournament. The Cindy Lohre, Tessa took part in the South Sub- following speakers partici- Busswitz in Serious Prose Section 3A Speech pated. Zuag Pal Her, Xeng Tournament on Tuesday, John Elzenga, Calle Xiong and Sawyer Hetgeson 2nd. Adrian Anderson and Abe Her in in Serious Drama From left: Abe Her, John Elzenga, Zuag Pai Her, Sawyer Helgeson, Seng Xiong, Tessa Busswitz, Cindy Lohre, Thomas Knudson, Calle Anderson, Jordyn Berg. Submitted photo Jorydn Berg in Discussion Thomas Knudson in Humorous Following three rounds of speaking, a final round was held. The following WWG speakers broke into final round. Sawyer, Abe, Zuag Pal and Thomas. These four speakers will represent WWG at the sec- tion speech finals on Saturday, April 13. This will be held at SMSU in Marshall and the public is invited to attend. Competion begins at 8:45 a.m. and continues throughout the day. Sub Section medalists: Zuag Pal Her-2nd place; Sawyer Helgeson-3rd place; Abe Her-6th place; Thomas Knudson-4th place. MURRY CO 4-H April 11 - 4-H Adventures, 3:10-5:00 p.m., Fulda Elementary School cafeteria April 15 - 4-H Adventures for 1st & 2nd graders, 3:30- 5:00 p.m., 4-H Building April 16 - 4-H Adventures for 3rd & 4th graders, 3:30- 5:00 p.m., 4-H Building April 18 - 4-HAdventures, 3:10-5:00 p.m., Fulda Elementary School cafeteria April 22 - 4-H Adventures for 1st & 2nd graders, 3:30- 5:00 p.m., 4-H Building April 23 - 4-H Adventures for 3rd & 4th graders, 3:30- 5:00 p.m., 4-H Building Identity theft is no joke Elizabeth Anders Social Security District Manager You should be wary of identity thieves. Identity theft is no joking matter. Identity thieves vic- timize millions of people each year. Identity thieves have some sly tricks to obtain your personal information. They do it by: *Stealing wallets, purses, and your mail; *Posing by phone or email as someone who legitimately needs informa-, tion about you, such as employers or landlords; *Stealing personal infor- mation you provide to an unsecured site on the Internet, from business or personnel records at work, and personal information in your home; or *Rummaging through your trash, the trash of busi- nesses, and public trash dumps for personal data. Don't be fooled by iden- tity thieves; take the proper precautions. Be sure to safeguard your personal information, such as your Social Security number and mother's maiden name. If an identity thief scores this information, it could result in more than monetary loss for you as a victim-it also can hurt your credit score and record. You can help protect yourself by not carrying your Social Security card with you and not providing your personal information to unknown sources over the lnternet or by phone. Be sure to shred any docu- ments, bills, or paperwork before you throw them away. Most important, never reply to an email claiming to be from Social Security that asks you for your Social Securil' num- ber or other personal infor- mation. If you are contacted by someone claiming to be from Social Security and you have doubts about the validity of the caller, you can call us at 1-800-772- 1213 (TTY 1-800-325- 0778). If you think you've been the victim of identity theft, you should contact the Federal Trade Commission at 1-877-IDTHEFT (1-877- 438-4338); TTY 1-866- 653-4261. Or go to www. idtheft.gov and click on the link for "Report Identity Theft." Learn more about identi- ty theft at www.socialsecu- rity.gov/pubs/10064.html. CLASSIFIED ADS WORK FOR YOU WWG-RRC Track and Field Wolverine 00lassic On Thursday, April 4, the WWG-RRC track teams participated in Mt. Lake for the Wolverine Classic. Several first place finishes were recorded by both teams as well as many placings. The weather was cold, but that's expected for this time of the season. Following are the results: Girls l st: Macy Simonson, Discus-84ft. lst: Halley Osland,Triple Jump-30ft. 4in. lst: Melanie Kedl, High Jump-4ft. 8in. lst: Julianna Pederson, 1600m-Run 6:06.01 1 st: Chloe Arfsten, Pole Vault-8ft. 6in. 2nd: Alexa Byers, Mady Johnson, Jordaan Joel, Melanie Kedl - 4 x 200 Relay 2:01.74 3rd: Chloe Arfsten High Jump-4ft. 6in. 3rd: Melanie Kedl,200m Dash-29:09 4th : Maddie Hemp, 3200m Run- 16:33.82 4th: Alexa Byers, Makenzie Deprez, Jordaan Joel, Melanie Kedl 4 x 400 Relay- 4:53.05 5th: Jordaan Joel, 400m, Dash 71.87 5th: Mady Johnson, Macy Simonson, Tyra Missling, Makenzie Deprez, 4 x 800 Relay, 12:20.68 5th: Mady Johnson, Maddie Hemp, Theresa Merrick, Halley Osland, 4x100 Relay, 61.47 6th: Makenzie Deprez, 800m Run, 2:47.95 Girls team points: 167 Mt. Lake Area, 142 Madelia/Truman, 119 Jackson Co. Central, 88 WWG-RRC, 27 Southwestern United Boys: lst: Jeff DeCock, Triple Jump, 40ft. 5.5 in. lst: Levi Bunting, 110 Hurdles 17.2 lst: Jeff DeCock, Long Jump, 19ft. 11.5 in. 2nd: AJ Jongen, 800m Run, 2:17.04 2nd: Jeff DeCock, High Jump, 6ft. 0 in. 2nd: AJ Jongen, 1600 m Run, 5:04.24 3rd: Meng Vang, Pole Vault, 8 ft. 6 in. 3rd: Derrick Christians, Tristan Joel Alex Knutson, Levi Bunting, 4 x 200 Relay, 1:41.6 4th: Derrick Christians, Pole Vault, 8 ft. 6 in. 4th Tie: Adam Holman, High Jump, 5 ft. 4 in. 4th Tie: Alex Knutson, High Jump, 5 ft. 4 in. 4th: Tyson Berg, 1600 m Run, 5:34.6 4th: Tanner Pederson, Tyson Berg, Derrick Christians, Levi Bunting, 4 x 400 Relay, 4:02.92 4th: Meng Vang, Brennon Cooley, Kennedy Her, Mick Berg, 4x100 Relay 52.92 4th: Brady Williams, Brennon Cooley, Matthew Benson, Andrew Benson, 4x800 Relay 10:57.19 5th: Jordan Joel, Pole Vault, 7ft. 6 in. 5th: Alex Knutson, Long Jump, 18ft. 5 in. 6th: Adam Holman, Long Jump, 18ft.5 in. 6th: Tanner Pederson, 100 m Dash, 12.87 Boys Team Points: 176 Madelia/Truman, 125 Mt. 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