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SOPHOMORE ENGLISH STUDENTS
CONDUCT INTERESTING DEBATE
Affirmative Wins Judges’ Decision in
Dispute Over Brutus
Miss Glenn’s English IV class varied
their recitation program with a hotly
contested debate on Thursday, March 26.
Miss Bush’s English class and several
teachers were visitors for the occasion.
The debate was based on the class study
of Shakespeare’s “Julius Cfesar” during
the past month.
The query was: “Resolved—That Bru
tus was justified in assassinating Caesar.”
Paul Wimbish, Virginia Douglas and
Betty Brown upheld the affirmative,
while Mary Jane Wharton, Ernest Wyche
and Nell Thurman hotly debated the
negative. The three main points of the
affirmative were: First, with the death of
Caesar one-man rule was abolished; sec
ond, that at some times assassination is
justified; and last, by the fine character
of Brutus it was justifiable. The nega
tive speakers brought out that there was
no gain by murder, showed Caesar as a
valuable ruler, and told of Brutus as a
The judges. Misses Killingsworth, Til-
let and Bush, gave the decision to the
affirmative. The judges and visitors
gave strong praise to the work of the
debaters and prophesied that there were
future triangular debaters here.
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IN TRIANGULAR DEBATE
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both time and money by producing self-
supporting revenue. The railroads to
compete with water transportation would
be forced to reduce their rates. He fin
ished by saying that port terminals were
a sound business investment and would
Miss Femmie Herman and Joe Smoke
upheld the negative for High Point. The
former declared that the bill itself was
economically unsound, and would not
reduce freight rates. Due to the geo
graphical situation. North Carolina could
never carry on inter-state navigation be
cause of the reefs and unsuited rivers.
She showed that the state was already in
debt and that the port terminals, cost
ing about $60,000,000, would only in
Joe Smoke in his argument against
port terminals claimed that it had been
estimated that they could not reduce
freight rates. He admitted that had
North Carolina natural harbors matters
would be in a different light, but that
canals and artificial ports could never
pay. He showed that North Carolina
had lower freight rates than states with
port terminals, and declared that an ap
peal to the Interstate Commerce Com
mission, and not the port terminal bill,
would reduce freight rates when neces-
The rebuttal was clever and amusing.
Henry Biggs with his dry wit and keen
insight caused the audience much laugh
ter, and John Larkin showed excellent
oratory in his argument. But despite
Greensboro’s fine fight, the judges—Dr.
Perisho, of Guilford College, Robert
Mosley and Ben Ward, both of this city
—decided the debate in favor of the High
Between the speeches, the rebuttals,
and the decision of the judges. Miss Nell
Applewhite, accompanied by Miss Lor
raine Keller, rendered several musical
Before the debate, members of the
debating club of the high school, the
teams, and visitors were entertained at
a banquet in the High School cafeteria.
Byron Sharp acted as toastmaster, Ed
gar Kuykendall welcomed the guests, W.
C. King, coach of the High Point dele
gation, responded. Miss Virginia Mc-
Clamroch toasted the home team, and
John Larkin gave a response. During
the dinner Clarence and Cordie Durham
In Winston-Salem, at the Reynolds
Memorial hall, the Greensboro negative
team, consisting of John Mebane and
Carlton Wilder, did excellent work in
upholding their ideas, especially in the
rebuttal. But in spite of their good
work, the judges gave a unanimous de
cision to Joe Carlton and Miss Nell Efird
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