[eDebate] ans Warner
Wed Nov 7 10:33:56 CST 2007
By the time of the merger, numbers were getting lower in both CEDA and NDT with a relatively significant exodus overall to parli. That's my claim and I'm sticking to it. Not mutually exclusive with whether CEDA region debate was still vibrant. Conceded. Just not as vibrant as it had been previously, that's my claim.
From: "joseph carver" <hardfeelings at gmail.com>
To:"Ede Warner" <e0warn01 at gwise.louisville.edu>
CC:"Michael Korcok" <mmk_savant at hotmail.com>, "edebate at ndtceda.com" <edebate at ndtceda.com>
Date: 11/7/2007 11:28 AM
Subject: Re: [eDebate] ans Warner
If your contention is that numbers wise the NDT was healthier than
CEDA that point, it is factually incorrect. Certainly teams crossed
over to NDT in search of competing against olderr, more established
programs and in search of determining who was the best. However,
regional debate was still vibrant in the mid 90s for CEDA. In the
midwest alone Johnson County, SMS,UCO, K State, UMKNC, The Heart etc
were all massive tournaments. Big enough in fact to draw top tier NDT
teams to try their hands as well. Regardless of who has made the claim
that CEDA was dying, it was incorrect. Regionally and membersdhip wise
it was very healthy
On 11/7/07, Ede Warner <ewarner at louisville.edu> wrote:
> There are certainly conflicting reports. Past discussions have indicated
> that in fact, the flight from CEDA began long before the merger. In fact, I
> think Korcok made the argument and brought the evidence, but perhaps I'm
> mistaken on who made the claim, but it's certainly has been made, more than
> From: "joseph carver" <hardfeelings at gmail.com>
> To:"Ede Warner" <e0warn01 at gwise.louisville.edu>
> CC:"Michael Korcok" <mmk_savant at hotmail.com>, "edebate at ndtceda.com"
> <edebate at ndtceda.com>
> Date: 11/7/2007 11:06 AM
> Subject: Re: [eDebate] ans Warner
> I am not wading into this discussion except to clarify something Ede
> says that is factually incorrect:
> On 11/7/07, Ede Warner <ewarner at louisville.edu> wrote:
> Look I wasn't in CEDA in the
> > mid-1980s and I have no idea what real evidence you have to support your
> > claims that it was so much better than the NDT in terms of balance,
> > diversity, whatever. Here is what I know: CEDA died for some reason and
> > became the NDT. Period.
> Perhaps instead of a "period" you should have used a question mark.
> CEDA was healthy as an ox at the time of the merger. The national
> tournament broke to triples. There was healthy regional debate. Hell,
> there were over twenty community colleges taken CEDA teams to their
> national tournament. CEDA made a mistake and surrendered its dominant
> position but it was not dying Ede.
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