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1 University of Northern Iowa to host 59th annual Brindley Tournament October 28-29
Public Relations News Release 1994:121, p.1
10/24/1994 The Brindley Tournament is the longest running high school speech and debate tournament in Iowa. The Tournament will be held at UNI.
2 Iowa City West High School takes first place in University of Northern Iowa's Brindley Forensics Tournament
Public Relations News Release 1991:154, p.1
10/22/1991 The Brindley Debate Tournament was won by a team from Iowa City West High School. Twenty-four teams were entered.
3 Brindley Forensic Tournament at Northern Iowa to host teams from some 30 high schools Friday-Saturday (October 18-19)
Public Relations News Release 1991:144, p.1
10/15/1991 Brindley Forensic Tournament expects to host 125 high school teams in its annual tournament.
4 Brindley Forensic Tournament at Northern Iowa to host teams from 31 high schools Friday-Saturday (Oct. 21-22).
Public Relations News Release 1988:115, p.1
10/20/1988 In individual events competiton, there are 140 entries in oratory; foreign or domestic extemporaneous speaking; and humorous, dramatic or duo interpretation categories. Sessions are open to the public.
5 Speakers to compete
Petra--Ross A. (Class of 1977; Library Faculty)
Northern Iowan 78:16, p.4
10/30/1981 The 47th Brindley Forensic Tournament for high school speech students will be held at UNI tomorrow.
6 UNI to Hold Brindley Debate Tournament
Public Relations News Release 1972:201, p.1
12/9/1971 The 37th annual Brindley Debate Tournament will be held on the UNI campus on Dec. 10 and 11.
7 Brindley debate tournament to begin tomorrow
Northern Iowan 64:24, p.2
12/8/1967 Thirty Iowa schools will participate.
8 Cedar Falls wins Brindley Debate Contest
College Eye 59:14, p.5
12/17/1964 Wins travelling debate trophy.
9 140 debaters meet for Brindley discussion
College Eye 58:12, p.4
12/13/1963 Procedures and topic for the debate.
10 Brindley Debate and Discussion Conference here today, tomorrow
College Eye 57:13, p.3
12/14/1962
11 80 expected for Brindley debate conference here
College Eye 56:15, p.6
1/12/1962
12 Estherville wins Brindley Debate
Public Relations News Release 1960:186, p.1
1/24/1961 The travelling trophy of the Brindley Debate and Discussion Conference is awarded to Estherville High School. The debate is directed by Professor Patricia Townsend, and is held in memory of Professor William Brindley.
13 High school students here today for Brindley Debate
College Eye 52:16, p.1
1/20/1961
14 Local student on TC debate committee
Public Relations News Release 1960:177, p.1
1/17/1961 Professor Patricia Townsend directs the annual Brindley Discussion and Debate Conference. The tournament is held in honor of the memory of the late William Brindley. Competitors listed.
15 Annual ISTC debate conference next weekend
Public Relations News Release 1960:176, p.1
1/16/1961 The department of languages, speech, and literature sponsor the annual Brindley Discussion and Debate Conference. Professor Patricia Townsend directs the conference, which will feature competitors from schools across the state.
16 100 compete in Brindley Debates
Alumnus 41:1, p.5
2/1/1957 Several win scholarships.
17 100 prep debaters vie for scholarships
Alumnus 38:2, p.2
5/1/1954 Winners of four year scholarships announced.
18 Three Iowa City University high school students were awarded four-year scholarships
Public Relations News Release 1951:378, p.1
1/28/1952 The three University high school students who won in the Annual Brindley High School Discussion and Debate conference are: Howard Berg, a senior who finished first, Robert Rehder, and Sidney Winter, who tied for second.
19 Three Iowa City University high school students win scholarships in the annual Brindley High School Discussion and Debate conference
Public Relations News Release 1951:377, p.1
1/28/1952 The scholarships, established by the state board of education in 1930, are in the form of partial fee exemptions and will be worth $348 each to recipients entering the college next fall.
20 Three Iowa City University High School students took the top three places in the annual Brindley High School Discussion and Debate conference
Public Relations News Release 1951:375, p.1
1/26/1952 Awards to the trio were four-year scholarships to the college. The winners: Sidney Winter, who tied for second; Howard Berg, first place winner, and Robert Rehder, who tied for second.
21 Three Iowa City University High School Students took the top three places in the annual Brindley High School Discussion and Debate conference
Public Relations News Release 1951:376, p.1
1/26/1952 Awards to the trio were four-year scholarships to the college. The winners: Sidney Winter, who tied for second; Howard Berg, first place winner, and Robert Rehder, who tied for second.
22 Brindley High School Discussion and Debate to be held Friday (Jan. 25)
Public Relations News Release 1951:370, p.1
1/25/1952 Seventy-two students from 11 Iowa high schools registered at the opening of the two-day event. The conference and awards are named in the memory of the late W. A. Brindley, professor of public speaking at the college from 1927 - 1933.
23 Seventy-two students from 11 Iowa high schools registered for the annual Brindley High School Discussion and debate conference
Public Relations News Release 1951:369, p.1
1/25/1952 The conference is sponsored by the college English and Speech department. Each student will participate in four rounds of debate, three of discussion and one of extemporaneous speaking.
24 Three four-year scholarships to the college will be awarded to the winning speakers of the Brindley Discussion and Debate tournament
Public Relations News Release 1951:337, p.1
1/22/1952 The debate and discussion topics will center around the topic: "Should American citizens be subject to conscription for essential service in the time of war?" Each participant will take part in all three fields of the tourney--debate.
25 Three four-year scholarships will be awarded to the winning speakers of the Brindley Discussion and Debate tournament
Public Relations News Release 1951:336, p.1
1/22/1952 Approximately 100 high school students from 16 Iowa high schools are expected to attend the annual tournament. Student chairman of the event is Bob Davis. Lillian Wagner and John Pruis, of the English and Speech Department, are faculty advisors.
26 The 75th annual Commencement exercises will be held June 2 at 9:30 a.m. in the Men's gymnasium
Public Relations News Release 1950:367, p.1
5/17/1951 President J. W. Maucker will present the traditional Purple and Old Gold awards to graduates outstanding in scholarship and extra-curricular achievement. He'll also name the winners of ten special scholarships.
27 Brindley scholarship winners announced at ISTC
Public Relations News Release 1950:186, p.1
1/22/1951 Three scholarship winners and eight alternates were announced. The winners were: Jon Roberson, Barbara Behrens, and Marjorie Minger. The eight alternates are listed.
28 Brindley tournament winners to receive $300 scholarships
College Eye 42:15, p.1
1/19/1951 Description of the program; photo.
29 Scholarships at stake in ISTC debate tourney
Public Relations News Release 1950:182, p.1
1/18/1951 Six more Iowa high schools this week entered students in the annual Brindley Discussion and Debate Tournament. Forensics Director Lillian Wagner said Thursday that 68 students from 14 high schools have entered the tourney.
30 ISTC award $300 scholarships to debaters
Public Relations News Release 1950:173, p.1
1/12/1951 The annual Brindley Discussion and Debate tournament will be Jan. 19-20 with 60 students from at least eight high schools competing for the top three scores which carry scholarship prizes.
31 Burlington trio wins scholarship
College Eye 41:17, p.3
1/27/1950 Robert Andersen, James Gilbert, and Arthur Peterson will receive four year scholarships to Teachers College.
32 Eleven schools to participate in annual speech tournament
College Eye 41:16, p.1
1/20/1950 The top three speakers will receive four year scholarships.
33 Four scholarships given at debates discussion meet
College Eye 40:17, p.6
1/28/1949 Results of the Brindley Tournament.
34 High schools at discussion, debate meet
College Eye 40:16, p.1
1/21/1949 Schedule for the Brindley Tournament.
35 3 scholarships given at Brindley tournament here
College Eye 39:16, p.3
1/23/1948 Hubert White, Jane Stafford, and Robert Davis won scholarships to TC at the Brindley Debate Tournament.
36 Nine high schools will participate in tournament
College Eye 39:15, p.3
1/16/1948 Three students will win scholarships in the Brindley Tournament.
37 3 debate winners to be awarded TC scholarships
College Eye 39:14, p.4
1/9/1948 At Brindley Tournament.
38 Debate tourney here today; high school, colleges to perform
College Eye 38:19, p.1
2/7/1947 Description of the Brindley Tournament program.
39 Canucks debate in triple tourney
College Eye 38:18, p.1
1/31/1947 Will include Brindley Tournament as well.
40 Canadians will debate in tournament here
College Eye 38:16, p.1
1/17/1947 Will be special part of Brindley Tournament.
41 Debaters win T. C. scholarships
Alumnus 30:2, p.2
4/1/1946 Three high school debaters win four-year tuition scholarships.
42 West Waterloo, Burlington win debate honors
College Eye 37:21, p.1
2/15/1946 Results of Brindley Debate Tournament.
43 Brindley debate tournament
Public Relations News Release 1946:34, p.1
2/7/1946 Tournament hosting twelve Iowa high schools. The annual banquet will be held in the Commons. Tournament named for Willaim A. Brindley, director of debate, 1927-1933. Brindley died while a staff member.
44 Iowa high schools compete in the Brindley debate tournament
Public Relations News Release 1946:3, p.1
1/3/1946 All teams will compete in at least four and not more than five debates. The tournament is not an elimination contest. Tuition scholarships will be awarded to the top three students.
45 Individual winners in the Brindley Debate Tournament receive scholarships
Public Relations News Release 1945:48, p.1
2/4/1945 Two students from Waterloo and one from Burlington receive four year college scholarships.
46 Brindley Debate Tournament scheduled
Public Relations News Release 1945:42, p.1
1/31/1945 Nine high schools have accepted invitations to participate.
47 High schools debate
Alumnus 28:2, p.10
4/1/1944 Four scholarships awarded to winners of Brindley debate.
48 Fort Dodge debaters win
College Eye 31:18, p.1
2/2/1940 Results of Brindley Tournament.
49 Thirty high schools have sent teams for competition
College Eye 31:17, p.1
1/26/1940 Description of Brindley Debate Tournament.
50 Brindley debaters vie for scholarships here this weekend
College Eye 30:18, p.1
2/3/1939

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