East Regionals

Christopher D Rutledge cdr2
Sun Feb 21 23:51:12 CST 1999

Anyone have the results yet?

Wondering who broke/won/got speaker awards.

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From: Scott Jensen <jensensc at WEBSTER.EDU>
Organization: Webster University
Subject: Our Prayers to Cameron and Richard Smith's Family
Comments: To: pikap-l at nicanor.acu.edu, parli-L <parli at willamette.edu>,

I was saddened to hear of the passing of Richard Smith.  I have come to
know him over the years as a firey competitor and coach with a real
drive to serve his students and this activity.  We did not always see
eye to eye, but on one point we did agree...serving students through
forensics is a labor of love, and teaching is at the heart of that
effort.  I respected his principles for what he thought was right, and
his tenacious defense of those principles...always in the best interests
of his students.

Our family is dealing with unexpected and profound medical problems
right now with my mother-in-law.  I can appreciate the shock and
difficulty found in losing someone dear to you, especially when it is so

Please accept the good wishes and prayers from me, Gina, and the Webster
forensics program.  His legacy will live at Cameron, in Pi Kappa Delta,
and in our activity forever.  If only the authors of those legacies
could live as long...

So sorry for your loss,
Scott Jensen
Director of Forensics
Webster University
470 East Lockwood Ave
St. Louis, MO  63119

jensensc at webster.edu

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From: Alfred Snider <DRTUNA at AOL.COM>
Subject: Re: NDCA Calendar issues
Comments: To: srader at IMAP3.ASU.EDU

In a message dated 2/19/1999 6:38:39 PM, srader at IMAP3.ASU.EDU writes:

>As God is my witness, I don't know what you people are on about now. With
>national tournaments on the horizon, you have this much time on your hands?

Get a grip, Doyle. The issue is that they are trying to construct a national
calendar and then will not share it with anyone unless you join their coaches'

I really would like HS debate to flourish. A good calendar would help so many
new and small schools get involved, but they can't see it unless they join
first. No other forensic organization does that.

You have missed the entire issue here.

Time on my hands? We all have the same amount of time. I'm busy and using
mine. I'll use my time to say that a national HS calendar which is not freely
available is a real loss of an opportunity to promote debate.


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