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THE 1929 DEBATE SQUAD
Wolfe, Johnson, Millerh Mitchell, Hill, Madison
Diffbrenner, V1111, Merrill, Grimm. Fink, Fritz
Amundson, Abrahamsen, Hawkins, Davidson, H. Hawkins, No'rseng, Wandrey, Lubem
WINNERS OF THE FORENSIC hR"
Forensic "th hPlain keg awarded for five pointsy
MARGARET MCDERMOTT, Y5
KENNETH PRESTON, ,25
LEO SHANNON, ,21 MARTIN ABRAHAMSEN, 329
WINFRED BIRD, h23 CARL AMUNDSON, h29
ALLAN McANDREWs, 23, HELEN HAWKINS, ,29
PHILIP MITCHELL, h23 WILLIAM HAWKINS, ,29
LAURA KELLER, 21
JOHN WILLIAMS, ,21
Honor Forensic thhh hKey with one star awarded for ten pointsh.
FRANK ALBEE, h22
LANGDON CHAPMAN, h22
EVERETT SMITH, ,25
CARLTON AMEs, h25
MARGARET BAILEY, ,25
RONALD BAKER, ,25
Distinctive Forensic aR" Ufey with two stars fbr fifteen pointsy
ALVIN HOWALT, h22
REYNOLD JENSEN, ,25
THOMAS BARRY, ,28
DONALD OLSON, h28
Double honor th" hKezy with three stars awarded for twenty pointsh.
EDWARD CASEY, ,23
REX LIEBENBERG, ,23
CATHERINE CHAPMAN, ,25
ROBERT SMITH, h28
Double Distinctive h'th hKell with four stars awarded for thirty pointsy
MELVIN THOMPSON, h22
MARSHALL NORSENG, ,28
JOHN DAVISON, ,28
BERNARD MORTON, 28
JOHN BURKE, ,28
FRED WANDREY, ,29
One Hundred Forty-Four
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Hanson. Mitchell, Howe, Peterson, R. Howe, Malberg, Borner, Murray, Hanson, Olson, H. Chapman
E. Chapman, McAndrew, Peterson, Bragstad, E. Peterson, Malott, Hawkins, Strevey, Atwood. Luberg.
Dretzke, Dunn. E. Peterson, Campbell, Golden, Geere tDirecton, Gipford, Snoeyenbos, Knutson,
THE YEAR IN MUSIC
HE Music Department of the River Falls State Teachers College is compar-
atively new as a distinct department of the school. While the college has
always had some music instruction in its curriculum, hit was not until the past
four or five years that it was organized on a larger scale by adding experienced
instructors and new studio space. Now it plays a most important part in campus
activities, maintaining a menis glee club, girlsi glee club, quartettes, mixed chorus,
band, and orchestra.
The department furnishes music at all school functions, and the various groups
frequently go into the outlying districts to give help in communityprograms. The
hand is in especial evidence, appearing at pep meetings and games, and doing much
to stimulate a loyal enthusiastic school spirit.
The department also maintains studios for the private study of voice culture
and singing, piano, organ, violin, history of music, harmony, theory, and music.
appreciation. The members of the piano department under Miss Wharton give
many recitals during the year, which furnish an opportunity for students to appear
before the public. An ensemble class for adVanced students is also held once a week.
Miss Wharton had a piano contest this year, offering prizes to the winners. This de-
partment furnishes accompanists and soloists for school activities and for dif-
ferent clubs in the city.
An oratorio is planned for each year. An Operetta, iiThe Gypsy Rover," was
given in the spring by Miss Arnold, in which both college and junior high school
The director of the department, Mr..Geere, promotes the District High School
Music Contest which has grown to such proportions that it is rated as the largest
gathering of high school pupils in the state. This year twenty schools entered
with nearly seven hundred contestants taking part.
The main purpose of the music department is to create a liking for and a
knowledge of better music in the college as well as its patronizing territory.
One Hundred FortyASix
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