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The Bugler
(1918)

Organizations,   pp. [19]-32


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DEBATE 
A debating society was organized during the first month of the school year.
About half of the student body joined this society. 
The first question to be debated by members of the school was: Resolved,
that prohibition should be universally established in this country. The negative
speakers were Jule Delwiche, Lawrence Collins, and Louis Willems. The af-
firmative speakers were Fyrn Empey, Frances Wizner and Harry Olson. This
debate was held Friday, December 14. 
Both teams took a great interest in the work and a very good debate was the
result of their labor. The judges, Mrs. Johsua L. Johns, Miss Blanche Pinkerton,
and Miss Jessie Thorpe, of the Algoma High School found, that making a fair
decision was no easy matter. They decided two to one in favor of the affirma-
tive. 
GOVERNMENT OWNERSHIP OF RAILROADS 
AFFIRMATIVE TEAM 
During the early part of February preparations were made for two triangular
debates which were to be held Wednesday, March 27. The first triangle con-
sisted of Algoma High High School, Sturgeon Bay High School, and Door- 
Kewaunee Training School; the second consisted of Luxemburg, Kewaunee, and
Casco High Schools. After the preliminary debate the winning teams from both
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