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DEBATING is each year becoming a more popular activity in Hershey High, as is evif lk
dent by the increased attendance at the debates and the increase in the number of debaters.
Due to the untiring efforts of Mr. Henninger and the coaches, Miss Beitler and M1'.
Miller, two teams were soon organized. One consisted of Agnes Gibble, Cecil Cline,
Stephen Frey, Alternatesg Wellford Owen and Lizzie Snyder known as the Negative i
Team. The other was made up of Marion Hinkel, Howard Lloyd, Edward Swartz, l
Alternates, june Eby and Ethel Burkholder known as the Affirmative Team.
The Hrst debate of the season was held with Hummelstown. The affirmative traveled
and lost by a 2-1 decision, while the negative remained at home and lost by a gfo
score. However, the debates with Elizabethtown and Middletown still remain and the
debaters are working harder than ever to win the last two contests.
Hershey High School is a member of the Ursinus College Interscholastic Debating
League. This will make the third year in which Hershey has debated under the auspices l l
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