William H. Veatch, Ph. M., Director of Forensics and Lecturer in Speech
Remy Wilcox, Assistant Director of Forensics
Pi Kappa Delta National Debate Champion, 1961
A. ASWC President MacLeod resigns
B. Soccer club goes on first trips
C. Constitutional Revision Committee presents a new Constitution
D. Lillion Gish, famous actor, visits the campus
Moratorium from classes is held to protest
F. A massive movement starts in favor of off-campus housing
G. Earth Day gains popularity on the campus
SPEECH 11, 12. Fundamentals of Speech, 3 hours.
SPEECH 41. Theory and Practice of Discussion, 3 hours.
SPEECH 42. Argumentation and Persuasion, 3 hours.
SPEECH 43, 44. Principles and Practice of Debate, 2 hours.
SPEECH 51. Business and Professional Speech, 3 hours.
SPEECH 53. Introduction to Radio and Television, 3 hours.
SPEECH 85, 86. Senior Honors Course, 3 hours.
C. Wal-Mart incorporates
D. Nixon addresses the “silent majority”
E. Dave Thomas opens a new restaurant called “Wendys”
F. Photos are published of the Mai Lai massacre
G. A new version of the draft begins
H. Fred Hampton and Mark Clark are assassinated by the Chicago Police
I. The Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty goes into effect
Pi Kappa Delta Award Winners for 1970
took Don Alperstein and Woody Leonhard to the penitentiary to debate
"Resolved: that marijuana should be legalized in the
Don wrote on to say: Woody Leonard and I brought home several trophies that year, although I couldn't be specific as to what placements or tournament they represented. We also traveled the state to serve as judges for high school competitions.
Some of the team members this year include: Anne Paxton, Donald Alperstein, John Miller, Wayne Holt, Greg Leonhard, Ron Johnston, and Jim Abbott.