[eDebate] 2006-2007 Policy and LD TOC Qualifiers

JW Patterson jwpatt00
Fri Jul 28 11:00:35 CDT 2006


PLEASE NOTE: I SENT THIS YESTERDAY BUT I?VE BEEN TOLD THAT A FEW PEOPLE ONLY
GOT PORTIONS OF IT. THUS, I?M SENDING AGAIN.
 
 THE ROAD TO THE THIRTY-SIXTH KENTUCKY TOC
 
 DATES: SATURDAY, SUNDAY, MONDAY
 MAY 5, 6, AND 7, 2007
    
 IMPORTANT CONSIDERATIONS FOR TOC 2007

 1. Schools that do not comply with deadlines will be assessed a nuisance
fee of $50 and will not have the option of participating in judge
preferences or strikes! The deadline for both fully qualified entries and
?at-large? applications in both divisions is March 15, 2007. The deadline
for the payment of all fees is April 1, 2007. ?At-large? applicants will not
be notified and fully qualified teams will not be entered into the
tournament until all fees are paid.
 
 2.  The TOC Tournament Director no longer has hired judges available.
SCHOOLS MUST SUPPLY THEIR OWN JUDGES.  If the person supplied is not a full
time teacher of a school, the applicant may be required to submit  the
qualifications of the designated judge to the Tournament Director. The TOC
Director will refer people who wish to judge to those who desire to hire
judges.  All such arrangements will be  between the designated school and
the person wishing to be hired.
  
 3.  In both policy and LD, tournaments designated as a quarter-final or
 octa-final qualifier must have at least six preliminary rounds; otherwise,
the 
 bid drops to the semi-finals level.
 
 4.  If a school has not submitted judging philosophies for all of its
judges 
 by 7 days before the TOC, that school will not be offered a preference and
 strike sheet for the TOC and will be assessed a nuisance fee of $50.
 
 6.  A team or an LD debater must win at least one elimination round to be
 eligible for a "ghost bid."  For example, if a tournament breaks at the
 double-octos level and is a TOC qualifier at the octos level, if two people
or 
 teams from the same school meet in the octos round, a ghost bid would be
 awarded.  If a tournament breaks at the octos level and is a TOC qualifier
at 
 the quarters level, and two people or teams from the same school meet in
the 
 quarters, a ghost bid would be awarded. On the other hand, if a tournament
 breaks to the octafinals and  people from the same school meet in the
octos, a 
 ghost bid would not be awarded.  In this case, since there was no double
 octos, the people meeting would not have won an out round and would not
 eligible for a ghost bid.
 
 7.  In policy debate, a team must have two qualifiers as a team to qualify
for the TOC.  If a team does not have two quals AS A TEAM, then they may
submit for an at-large bid. Debaters from the same school who have two or
more bids but have not debated together may also submit for an ?at-large?
bid.  
 
 8. Tournament Directors must submit complete result sheets no more than
thirty days after the tournament is held. For tournaments held after March
1st, the results must be certified by March 10th. This includes the debaters
full names, their schools, and states.

 
 
 L-D OCTAFINAL QUALIFIERS FOR 2006-2007:
   
  Apple Valley (MN)
  Barkley Forum at Emory University (GA)
  The Glenbrooks (IL)
  Greenhill School (TX)
  Harvard University (MA)
  St. Marks School (TX)
  Stanford University Spring National (CA)
  University of California at Berkeley
             
    
  L-D QUARTERFINAL QUALIFIERS FOR 2006-2007:
   
  Blake School (MN)
  Crestian Classic (FL)
  Florida Blue Key (FL)
  Hendrick Hudson (NY)
  Lexington (MA)  
  Manchester-by-the-Sea (MA)
  Mid-America Cup at Valley (IA)
  Silver and Black Invitational at Alta HS (UT)
  Wake Forest University (NC)
  Yale University (CT)
    
  L-D SEMIFINAL QUALIFIERS FOR 2006-2007:
   
  Archer's School For Girls (CA)
  Auburn Senior High School (WA)
  Bronx School of Science (NY)
  Grapevine (TX) 
  Iowa Caucuses   
  Isadore Newman (LA)
  Monticello (NY)  
  Ohio Valley Invitational (KY)
  Princeton University (NJ)
  University of Texas at Austin
  
 
    
  L-D FINAL ROUND QUALIFIERS FOR 2006-2007:
    
  Arizona State University (AZ)
  College Prep. (CA)
  Colleyville-Heritage (TX)
  Columbia University (NY)
  Dowling (IA) 
  Federal Way (WA)
  Harker School (CA)
  James Logan (CA) 
  Memorial-Houston (TX)
  Nova (FL) 
  Omaha-Westside (NE)
  Project PRIDE/Newark City Invit. (NJ)
  St. James (AL) 
  Vestavia Hills (AL)
  Whitman College (WA)
  Winston Churchill (TX)
  

  POLICY OCTAFINAL QUALIFIERS FOR 2006-2007:
   
  Barkley Forum at Emory University (GA)
  The Glenbrooks (IL)
  Greenhill School (TX)
  Harvard University (MA)
  Montgomery Bell Academy (TN)
  St. Marks School (TX)
  University of California at Berkeley
          
  POLICY QUARTERFINAL QUALIFIERS FOR 2006-2007:
   
  Blake (MN)  
  Georgetown Day (DC)
  Lexington (MA)  
  New Trier (IL)   
  Ohio Valley Invitational (KY)
  University of Michigan at Ann Arbor
  University of Redlands (CA)
  University of Southern California
  University of Texas at Austin
  Wake Forest University (NC)
   
  POLICY SEMIFINAL QUALIFIERS FOR 2006-2007:
  
  Arizona State University
  Colleyville-Heritage (TX)
  Dowling (IA) 
  East Grand Rapids (MI)
  Grapevine (TX) 
  Iowa Caucus at Cedar Rapids (IA)
  Isadore Newman (LA)
  Lakeland (NY) 
  Maine East (IL)
  Memorial-Houston (TX)
  Mid-America Cup at Valley (IA)
  Silver and Black Invitational at Alta HS (UT)
  Stanford University Spring National (CA)
  University of Georgia
  Vestavia Hills (AL)
   
  POLICY FINAL ROUND QUALIFIERS FOR 2006-2007:
   
  Auburn Senior High School (WA)
  Bronx High School of Science (NY)
  Carrollton (GA) 
  Florida Blue Key 
  Gonzaga (WA)   
  Harker School (CA)
  Kansas City Kansas Community College (KS)
  Long Beach (CA)
  Meadows (NV)   
  Omaha-Westside (NE)
  Samford University (AL)
  Westminster (GA) 
  Whitman College (WA)
 
 Sincerely, 
 
 J.W. Patterson 
 TOC Director and Founder 

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