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Chaltry Competes in Ripon Forensics
Danae Chaltry of Marinette competed in the Wisconsin Collegiate Forensics Association State Tournament hosted by Ripon College. A total of seven schools competed.
Ripon had much success at the tournament, placing third overall in team sweepstakes. Highlights include three student finalists in Extemporaneous Speaking, two in Impromptu, three in Duo, and many in other categories, totaling 20 finalists.
Chaltry, a first year undeclared major at Ripon College, is the daughter of James M. Chaltry of Wallace, MI and Julie A. Hinzman of Marinette.
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