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City students take their arguments outside ; Debating: A local league fosters persuasive teams that test their skills and their cases before the public.
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The Sun - Baltimore, Md.
Author: Brewington, Kelly
Date: May 28, 2005
Start Page: 1.B
Section: LOCAL
Abstract (Document Summary)

Around the Inner Harbor pavilion, tourists with disposable cameras and passers-by sipping lemonade seemed stunned as they gathered to hear the teenager plead his case for why the United States should resist joining U.N. peacekeeping missions.

[Nicholas Brady] and his 15-year-old partner, Zachary Murray, took home the championship trophy after intense verbal sparring with Adam Jackson and Michael Smoot, 11th-graders from Mergenthaler Vocational Technical High School.

Photo(s); 1. Zachary Murray (left), 15, a sophomore at City College, debates Adam Jackson, 17, a junior at Digital Harbor High School, during yesterday's competition in the Inner Harbor. 2. Nicholas Brady, 15, a sophomore at City College, debates the need for support of the International Criminal Court during the Urban Debate League's contest yesterday at the Inner Harbor.; Credit: BARBARA HADDOCK TAYLOR : SUN STAFF

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