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'43 DEBATERS TRIUMPH IN HANOVER TOURNEY

Six Colleges Defeated by Yardlings In Debate and Extempore Speaking Contest

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Winning first place in extemporaneous speaking and tying with Bates for the debate championship, the Freshman Debating Society walked away with the Dartmouth invitational Tournament held Friday and Saturday at Hanover.

Richard L. Wetnberg will get a medal for taking extempore on "What efforts compatible with isolation should the United States take to maintain peace?", while the debaters came home empty-handed, since they lost the tossup with Bates deciding which of the tieing schools should keep the trophy.

Debating for the Yardlings were: Harold M. Bailin and Curtis A. Bush, affirmative, and Stanley M. Garn and Robert P. Ulin. negative. The question was: "Resolved. That the railroads should be governmentally owned and operated."

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