Margaret Conroy Apr 26, 1926 Sterling Daily Gazette

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Margaret Conroy Apr 26, 1926 Sterling Daily Gazette - Three Contest! Were On Indians, Heredity And...
Three Contest! Were On Indians, Heredity And Athletics Tanipito, 111., April 36.— {Special.) — \ ffrrlrn of dphmtea in th* gopho- nior« KngUsh C!«s was h*J<J last wc<-k. The first xvas on Tuesday nivl the subject tvas "Resolved that ln-Ua.n'8 Have bt-r-n Fairly Treated" Affirmative tlebatfra were: Lucille «h*arer, Doris Wolzreit. Howard Cook. r.onslij O'Xcll. N'cjpatlvo debaters ver«: Doloros*. TVclch. Harold TVinchell. Keith Brandon. Darlene FJ«rc««wn. Judges— Bonaia Wetsell, Robert HrllJer. James Harris. The decision 2 to 1 in favor of the nec&tive. All-did admirably tvol! consl(j«rlns that it tvas their first attempt. On Wednesday tha subject was: ^'Resolved that heredity in more Influential Influential than environment. Affirmative—Mary Elian Terry -Mildred McMillan, Eurdetta Woods, Kvelyn O'Brien. Is'esative—Margaret Conroy. Pauline Pauline Anderson, Kenneth Glassburn G1a<5yn Hemlock. The judges decided 2 to 1 In favor of the affirmative. ' On Thursday th« subject was: "Kesolvcd, that athletics should be t>» given moro emphasis Sn the Bchool todny." j AffirmatlvB — Wilbur Hugh McCormlek. Edwin Peterson! j -^-rrard CasnJnsharn. _ r«es:auv»—-verda. M<*TVinntj« T>..«I_ Negative—-Verda McDonald, Ruth Courtrleht, Violet Munson, Paulino Abbott. Judges—Robert Hellicr. Mildred Arnold, Mrs. Hoy Nelson. Th* judgres* decision WM 2 to I in favor of the negative. These dcbatca tvera very interest. 5ns and helpful and cave the pupil* B sreat deal of help in appsarJas before the public and hclpine them to talk moro fluently on different Bubjecis.

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  1. Sterling Daily Gazette,
  2. 26 Apr 1926, Mon,
  3. Page 7

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