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WVU Parkersburg's Union for Speech and Debate competes in tournament|
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Parkersburg, W.Va. 11/4/11 - On Oct. 28 and 29, the West Virginia University at Parkersburg Union for Speech and Debate competed in the Marshall University Chief Justice Speech and Debate Tournament.
Information technology major Carl Travis competed in interpretation of poetry. Business administration major Josh Campbell and political science major Tyler Ohrn competed in the Lincoln Douglas policy debate. Information technology major Ethan Spencer and Board of Regents major Cindie Menges competed in parliamentary debate. Menges received the sixth place speaker award, and Spencer was awarded fifth place overall parliamentary debate speaker and first place novice speaker.
The team is coached by Kim Korcsmaros, WVU Parkersburg instructor from the division of social sciences and languages. For more information, contact Korcsmaros at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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