[eDebate] Making the experiment less 'risky'

Pacedebate at aol.com Pacedebate
Tue Nov 6 11:44:06 CST 2007


 
In a message dated 11/6/2007 11:16:13 A.M. Central Standard Time,  
EricMorris at MissouriState.edu writes:

1.        Wake  could require that no debaters share the same number is a 
possible addition.  Thus, a block 28 round might end up with 82, 81, 80, and 79 ? 
probably in rank  order. 


As someone reading this discussion pretty closely and certainly considering  
a change to the Heart of Texas Invitiational based on what happens at Wake 
this  is one of the suggestions I like the best. It solves both the "block 30s"  
problem and forces judges to make some distinctions. 
 
 
Tim



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