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Memory can be so fickle Like some great book that is slowly loosing its pages you begin with an entire novel full of details and descriptions and if youre not careful you end up with nothing more than the cover and the brief synopsis on the back page My novel on the subject of the end of summer school debate has lost its share of pages but the back-cover synopsis the essence of the entire experience is still with me We are about to begin our annual debating tournament the instructor beamed with an enthusiasm that let each of us know how happy he was that we had made it this far It will be the culmination of your six weeks of learning and will count as a considerable part of your grade for the course We will begin at eight tomorrow morning Get some practice get some sleep see you there I dont know what drew me to the course but I can remember my parents telling me they felt I should go to summer school I was opposed to the concept of summer school right up to the moment I was issued the dictum go to school or get a job at which point I became the worlds greatest advocate of off-season learning Besides I was only fifteen and the workplace just wasnt ready for me So I thumbed through the course book singing a chorus of nos until I arrived on the Debate and Public Speaking page There resided a large photograph of a boy confidently standing behind an ornate podium clearly frozen in the middle of some captivating and influential argument I read the passage describing the course and was immediately sold How could a stuffy math class or a trivial course in art compare to a course that teaches students the skills and techniques of competitive debate culminating in a week long tournament So
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