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March I. 2. and 3 saw Central States debaters at the Annual Mid-West Tournament at St. Thomas College in St. Paul. Minnesota. Here the team, consisting of George Hycr and Arba Shorey. made a fine showing, surviving the qualifying rounds and lasting till the ninth round.
The St. Thomas Tournament closed the 1935-36 debate activities for C. S. T. C., and now ail eyes were turned to another field in forensics, for Stevens Point had been chosen as host for the State Oratorical contest March 21.
In extemporaneous speaking, first place went to Michael Zylka. with his discussion of "The Traditional Neutrality Policy".
Robert Vennic's "Unreality of War" brought the second place in the Oratorical Declamation contest, and Jack Burroughs placed third in the extemporaneous reading contest. In the serious declamation field. Lucille Hickock with her "Little Town of Bethlehem" received second honors and a third place was given to Helen Keel in the humorous declamation contest.
This year Central State s oratorical hopes were placed in Karl Bracker. a junior, with his oration. "The Toll of the Highway". He fulfilled those hopes by receiving second honors in the State Meet. We will surely hear more from Karl next season.
This brought Stevens Point to the ranking of first in the State Meet, with congratulations to Professor Burroughs on another successful forensic season.
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faculty in history and social science. The debate teams held several meetings with Dr. Glover. Dr. Collins. Prof. Steiner. Dr. Reppen. Prof. Knutzen. Prof. Smith. Prof. Mott, Dr. Jenkins, and Prof. Watson for the purpose of learning the historical background of the political science and philosophy of the question. The teams and Prof. Burroughs wish to thank these men for their fine cooperation in making this special work both instructive and effective.
The four varsity squads, consisting of Michael Zylka and Jack Burroughs. George Hyer and Arba Shorey, Jane Reedal and Virginia Watson. Katherine Becker and Eva Ray Guerin, were chosen to represent Central State's debate activities after the close of the La Crosse pre-season practice tourney.
The first competitive tournament of the season chose Eau Claire Teachers as host. Out of the sixteen debates. C. S. T. C.'s entrants won nine and lost seven. This was a fine beginning for the season, and mustered the courage of the squads for the next tourney in February, the Annual Inner-State Debate Conference. held at Normal. Illinois, where they made another excellent showing. winning eleven out of fourteen debates.
Later in February. Jack Burroughs and Michael Zylka. Virginia Watson and Jane Reedal. left for the Whitewater Teachers Debate Tournament. returning with only one defeat out of ten debates.
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