Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, December 05, 1945, Page 3, Image 3

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    Oregon Forensic Students
Plan Tournament Saturday
Arriving at the University of
Oregon Saturday morning will be
approximately 150 high school and
college students to participate in
the Willamette Valley Forensic in
stitute. Representatives from six
high schools and five colleges will
take part in the one day affair.
This is a practice meet and no
prizes are being offered. The meet
is being sponsored by the Intercol
legiate Forensic Association of
Oregon, and its main purpose is
to make pre-season practice in
speech activities possible.
High schools represented in
clude schools from Eugene, Salem,
Roseburg and McMinnville. Col
leges and universities participating
are Oregon State college, Pacific
university, Willamette university,
Lewis and Clark college, and
Participants will register in
Room 12 Friendly hall at 9:15 a.m.
Saturday. Starting at 9:30 the
meet will include three rounds of
debate, two rounds of extemporan
eous speaking and two rounds of
impromptu speaking.
The subject for the high school
debating is resolved: That every
able-bodied male citizen of the
United States should have one
year of full-time military training
before attaining age 24. The col
lege proposition is resolved: That
the policy of the United States
should be directed toward the
establishment of free trade among
the nations of the world.
Participating in the program for
high school forensic directors at
10 a.m. will be Dr. E. L. Johnson,
head of the political science de
partment of the University of Ore
gon, and Dr. C. H. Secoy, assist
ant professor of chemistry on the
campus. Professor K. E. Mont
gomery, assistant professor of
speech and dramatic arts, is gen
eral chairman of the meet.
Election is Postponed
The ISA election of class rep
resentatives, originally sched
uled for today in the Co-op has
been postponed until .winter
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