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Page 16 text:
Reviewing their debates are
Standing Shirley Netzer and Anlta Haefner
Sealed Joanne Tostxucl and Doris Schroeder
Rhetorlcally Yes Consclentlously No
The question bringing about
many heated arguments in the
Logan Debate Team this year was:
Resolved: t'That the President of
the United States Should be Elect-
ed by the Direct Vote of the
This group of students started
the11 activities with a discussion
at the Eau Claire State College
Trips were later made to tourna
ments at Eau Claire Mcrilll
Carleton College and the district
toulnament at La Crosse State
The speaking ability clear
thinking and careful organization
could be witnessed in their compe
tition with debaters fiom Wau
sau Chippevta Falls Eau Claire
Duluth Tomah Richland Center
Arcadia Central Aquinas and
other schools from Wisconsin and
the surrounding states Many of
these same schools attended the
tournament held at Logan this
The members coached by Mr
Boenigk were Shirley Netzer
Anlta Haefner Joanne Tostrud
and Doris Schroeder
The first place trophy goes to Pat Meyer and Lois Plerce list Joanne Tostrud presents her A Judge Ccenterl and two stu
Central at Logans tournament en lntentlx Wh11E timing a de case to the ODDOSIUOII from Eau dents from Tomah absorb the
bate laire arguments
In preparation for work in Sen
lor Debate the members of the
Junior Debate Squad worked to
lmprove their ability to speak
think clearly and organize their
cases The results of their efforts
could be seen by the confidence
they had in debating the question
Resolved That the President of
the United States Should b
Elected by the Direct Vote of the
Experience was gained through
practice debates with Tomah
Central and Aquinas and through
competition with othel schools in
a tournament at Eau Clalre and
the district tournament at La
Crosse State College They were
aided in understanding the ques
tion by attending the discussion
at Eau Claire State College De
bating procedure was learned
through observation of a practlce
debate of the Senior Squad
The Junior Squad coached by
Mr Boenigk consisted of Robert
Briggs Kenneth Tucker Raymond
Zlebell Joan Roberge and Barb
Planning their cases are Kenneth Tucker Raymond Zxebell Joan Roberge and Robert
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