Clipped From Iowa City Press-Citizen
JOWA DEBATE IS IMPORTANT IOWA FORENSIC STARS OF HIGH SCHOOL CIRCLES. Forest City and Boone Will Compete Compete at Science Hall, for Laurels Laurels of State. Forest City and Boone high schools will battle for the state pionship ol Iowa, in debating circles tonight. Meet at Science Hall. The contest will take place at Science Hall auditorium, of S . U and the interesting war of wits will be free to the public. A crowded house ought to greet tie young men, who speak under auspices of S. U. I. Forest City has won. from Marion, Sigourney, Decorah and Grundy Center, Center, and thus caprured the championship championship of one section of Iowa; while Boone has "licked" Missouri Valley, Cherokee. Eagle Grove, Sutherland, and Algona, and thus won the championship of the other half of the state. Iowa City Men Aid. Dr. F. C. Ensign registrar at S. TJ. I., is the presiding officer, the judges will be Supt. H. E. TOOT- Trrtf fta-m Slnsn Towa Citv: 1 mar, Prof. Sam Sloan, Iowa City; and Supt. Maey Campbell, of West liberty. Problem at Issue. The question tonight will be: 'Resolved that the movement of organized labor should receive the support of public opinion. The Boone boys--Leslie llackey, De Wayne Stillman, and Jos. E. Wells--will affirm. The negative speakers from Forest City will be Edward Wartchow, Irwin Larson Freeman Paulson. These are recognized as six of best young forensic stars in Iowa, and the outlook is that a redhot, exciting and closely-contested debate awaits lovers of battles of brains.