|At this month's Rotary luncheon, the members honored eight Sunset High
students as Academic All-Stars for their scholastic achievements at the
school. The eight honorees, each of whom was honored for a different
high school subject, were seated at the head table, four to each
side, with Rotary president Don Daniels at the head and club program
chair Dan Donaldson at the foot of the table. Given the clues that follow,
can you determine each student's full name and area of accomplishment
and where each sat relative to President Daniels, i.e., in the first seat
to his left or right, in the second seat to his left or right, etc.?
- Erica wasn't seated next to President Daniels.
- The history honoree's place wasn't next to either President Daniels or
- Nick and the girl who was honored for her accomplishments in music had
adjoining place settings.
- During the luncheon, David and the boy who was honored for foreign
language talked about the basketball game they had played the night
before against archrival Morningside High.
- Britney was seated between the Aiken boy and the boy who won for his
excellence in learning foreign language.
- Britney and the Petrino girl both liked the chocolate mousse that was
served for dessert at the luncheon.
- The Knox boy sat next to the computer science honoree, who was
seated directly opposite the high-achiever in mathematics.
- David listened attentively to the girl sitting directly opposite him,
Miss Fields, who wasn't the music honoree.
- The one honored as top phys. ed. student isn't the person who was seated
to Mr. Donaldson's immediate right.
- Randy sat directly across the table from the star history student.
- The Hardy girl and the Evans boy were seated directly opposite each
other at the table.
- John enjoyed talking about the upcoming dance with the two girls who
flanked him at the table--Miss Spahn and the girl who is tops in English
at Sunset High.
- Miss Petrino didn't sit across from either the Aiken boy or the boy
with the most foreign language skills.
- Kate sat next to the student honored for his work in biology.
- Melissa and the Jarmon boy sat next to each other at the table.
- The eight honorees were seated so that no two boys sat next to each
other and so that a girl and boy sat directly across from each other
at all places at the table.