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Forensics Program Records, 1969-1992.
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College Tournaments

This series consists of records for a variety of tournaments including, the John A. Oostendorp Tournament, D. W. McArthur Tournament, college and university tournaments held at UW- River Falls between the years 1984-1996, Individual Events Tournaments at a variety of colleges, and multiple invitational tournaments at other colleges. These records are primarily informational packets on the tournaments, entry lists, schedules, results, and correspondences.

Financial Records

This series consists of two records. One being the Carsten?s Report Fund from 1981 and the other is the computer grant from 1984. The Carsten?s Report fund has faculty questionnaires and the evaluations of the answers from the questionnaires while the Computer Grant contains a report of the UW- River Falls Foundation Computer Assisted Instruction Grant.

Forensics Program Records, 1969-1992.

  • UWRF Series 192
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  • 1969-1992.

These records were compiled by UWRF Professor, James Pratt. Pratt was a forensics coach for many years at a variety of schools. Starting in 1977, Professor Pratt came to UW- River Falls and was the head Forensics Coach from 1977 until today. These are the records from before and after his arrival at UW- River Falls up until 1992. Professor Pratt not only was a college-level forensics coach, but he also was a high school and regional forensics coach. He was one of the head leaders for the Twin Cities Forensics League as well as a part of the American Forensics Association on top of being the River Falls High school and collegiate Forensics Coach.

Pratt, James

High School Tournaments

This series consists of records for a variety of tournaments at the high school level including, state, debate, and individual event competitions. This series also includes other forensics related events such as the Debate Clinic in 1975 and Drama Contest in 1976. Overall the records in this series are primarily tournament information, debate ballots, results, handwritten notes, and correspondences throughout a variety of years.

Organization Administrative Records

This series consists of records for the American Forensics Association, National Forensics Association, Speech Communication Association, and Twin Cities Debate League. These records are mostly comprised of meeting minutes, newsletter, and correspondences for a variety of years in the individual organization.

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