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Mrs. Olinski is continuing to watch her Academic Bowl team compete in the finals. On her left is sitting Dr. Roy Rohmer, her District Superintendent. They are watching the commissioner, the man who is reading the questions for the Bowl teams to answer. Dr. Rohmer is particularly taken with the vision of the commissioner and is staring openly at the well-dressed, well-polished man. Mrs. Olinski remembers when Dr. Rohmer paid her a visit after The Souls had won the Academic Bowl competition at Epiphany Middle School. Dr. Rohmer tells Mrs. Olinski he has just attended a workshop for educators (which he pronounces "ed-you-kay-toars") on multi-culturalism. He then asks Mrs. Olinski how she chose her winning Bowl team.

Mrs. Olinski, who is amused by teachers or administrators who call themselves educators, replies that she chose her team in the interest of multi-culturalism: one brunette, one redhead, one blonde...

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