Bethel College has qualified a second student for the American Forensic Association-National Individual Events Tournament, to be next April at the University of Akron.

Julia Huxman, freshman from Wichita,


Bethel College has qualified a second student for the American Forensic Association-National Individual Events Tournament, to be next April at the University of Akron.

Julia Huxman, freshman from Wichita, finished third in Persuasive Speaking at the University of Nebraska-Go Nuts Forensics Tournament Nov 16. That, coupled with a first and third in the same event in two previous tournaments, qualified her for AFA-NIET.

Huxman also took fifth in Persuasive Speaking Nov. 15 at the Doane Nut Forensics Tournament.

Bethel competed against 10 other schools in the Doane Nut Tournament and 12 other schools in the UN-Go Nuts Tournament, both held on the campus of Doane College, Crete, Neb.

Other Bethel students competing were Nicole Eaton, freshman from Dodge City; Christopher Eitzen, sophomore from Xalapa, Mexico; Kyvie Lahman, freshman from Minneola; Joshua Powell, junior from Basehor; Brian Skinner, freshman from Clay Center; and freshman Sarah Unruh.