[eDebate] rounds available for kentucky

Tansy Woan twoan318
Mon Sep 28 17:11:32 CDT 2009


If anyone needs judging, feel free to backchannel me and let me know. Bing
has 6 rounds available. Thanks!
Tansy


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>   1. Fwd: Bear Shock, Round 5 Pairings (Eric Morris)
>   2. Coaches' Poll -- National Top 25 as of 9/26/09 (Seth Gannon)
>   3. dietary information and total numbers attending needed for
>      Henry Clay (SOLT, ROGER E)
>   4. First year teams and debaters at the Henry Clay (SOLT, ROGER E)
>   5. Rumor has it (Andy Ellis)
>   6. Bear Shock Round 6 (11:45am) (Eric Morris)
>   7. caselist- the subscription message (Andrea Reed)
>   8. Re: rr pairings (Darren Elliott)
>   9. Clay judging and other details (Gary Larson)
>  10. Fwd: Bear Shock Round 7 (Eric Morris)
>  11. Coaches' Poll -- National Top 25 as of 9/26/09 (Seth Gannon)
>  12. Re: CSIS Bloggers, the National Poll,     and conflicts of
>      interest (michael hester)
>  13. Paperless Tip From the Spectator's Gallery (James Maritato)
>  14. Fwd: Bear Shock Sunday Elims Results, Seed Positions,     Monday
>      Judging (Eric Morris)
>  15. Clarion Thanks (Andy Ellis)
>  16. Boston UDL and Boston Marathon (Blake Johnson)
>  17. Looking for assistants - St. Mark's (Lawrence Chang)
>  18. CSIS Bloggers and Coaches' Poll (Michael Antonucci)
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> Message: 1
> Date: Sun, 27 Sep 2009 07:46:29 -0500
> From: Eric Morris <ermocito at gmail.com>
> Subject: [eDebate] Fwd: Bear Shock, Round 5 Pairings
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> Date: Sat, Sep 26, 2009 at 8:53 PM
> Subject: Bear Shock, Round 5 Pairings
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> The round begins at 8am. Round 6 is powered off of Rounds 1-5.
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> Message: 2
> Date: Sun, 27 Sep 2009 10:12:54 -0400
> From: Seth Gannon <sethegannon at gmail.com>
> Subject: [eDebate] Coaches' Poll -- National Top 25 as of 9/26/09
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> Team (First Place Votes) ? Points Per Eligible Ballot
>
> 1. UT Dallas BR (19) -- 24.86
> 2. Northwestern FS (3) -- 23.62
> 3. Emory IW -- 23.33
> 4. California BP -- 21.14
> 5. West Georgia BS -- 19.71
> 6. Harvard JP -- 19.68
> 7. Whitman CS -- 17.76
> 8. Wake Forest MS -- 17.37
> 9. Michigan State LW -- 17.05
> 10. Baylor CM -- 14.41
> 11. Georgia CL -- 14.38
> 12. Oklahoma GW -- 13.41
> 13. California BJ -- 12.90
> 14. Kansas KS -- 11.23
> 15. Missouri State FK -- 9.23
> 16. Mary Washington -- 8.19
> 17. Emory GJ -- 7.38
> 18. Idaho State JJ -- 6.48
> 19. Kansas KQ -- 6.05
> 20. Harvard KR -- 5.82
> 21. Towson JM -- 5.36
> 22. Gonzaga CJ -- 4.67
> 23. Emory NS -- 4.48
> 24. Trinity BH -- 4.14
> 25. Southern California HL -- 2.00
>
> Also receiving votes (alphabetical): Baylor LR, California GW, Central
> Oklahoma KS,
> Georgetown HM, Georgia HL, Harvard BH, Iowa SV, Kansas PW, Kansas
> State HW, Kansas State MZ, Michigan GC, Michigan State GS, North Texas
> PR, Northwestern BK, Northwestern GL, Samford BG, UT San Antonio MT,
> Vanderbilt BN, Wake CC, Wichita State BR.
>
> Voters (and collaborations I know of): Arnett (and Reed), Atchison,
> Burk, S. Chung, Davis, Frappier, Gannon, Gerber, Hardy, Harrigan,
> Harris, J. Herndon, Hester, Johnson (and the Iowa coaches), Odekirk,
> Paul, Repko, Ryan (and Struth), Symonds, Thompson (and Battocletti),
> Vega, Warden.
>
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> ------------------------------
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> Message: 3
> Date: Sun, 27 Sep 2009 10:51:18 -0400
> From: "SOLT, ROGER E" <resolt2 at email.uky.edu>
> Subject: [eDebate] dietary information and total numbers attending
>        needed for Henry Clay
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> Please try to finalize your entries as soon as possible.  In particular,
> note the following:
>
>
>  1.  We need an accurate count on vegans and vegetarians, especially for
> the individually catered box lunches we are serving on Saturday.
>  2.  We need an accurate total body count for the same reason and to know
> how much to charge you.
>  3.  Some judges are still listed as filling an 8 round commitment.  This
> is impossible in a 7 round tournament.
>  4.  Please enter any additions, deletions, or changes as soon as possible.
>
> Thanks.  We look forward to seeing you in Lexington.
>
> Roger Solt
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> Message: 4
> Date: Sun, 27 Sep 2009 11:06:58 -0400
> From: "SOLT, ROGER E" <resolt2 at email.uky.edu>
> Subject: [eDebate] First year teams and debaters at the Henry Clay
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> Teams composed of two first year debaters are eligible for a separate
> elimination bracket at the University of Kentucky tournament.
>
> All first year debaters are eligible for the "top first year debater"
> speaker award.
>
> I've listed first year teams and individual debaters below.  Please let me
> know if there are any errors or omissions.
>
> First year teams:
>
>  1.  Dartmouth-Armstrong & Balisteri
>  2.  Dartmouth-Donlan & Smyser
>  3.  Dartmouth-Lee & Shim
>  4.  Dartmouth-Gonzalez & Vance
>  5.  Emory-Holland & Zevell
>  6.  Emory-Deunzel & Rains
>  7.  Emory-Gordon & Jagadeesh
>  8.  Florida-Novaes & Tellez
>  9.  Florida-Arias & Dobies
>  10. George Mason-Nichols & Kyagaba
>  11. Georgetown-Rodarte & Shen
>  12. Geogia-Zhang & Sudarshan
>  13. Iowa-Hunt & Peterson
>  14. James Madison-Brass & Veland
>  15. Michigan State-Kowalski & Stoecker
>  16. Michigan State-Lin & McIntosh
>  17. Michigan-Almeter & Karabulut
>  18. Minnesota-Sadagopal & Williams
>  19. Missouri State-Hart & Wiley
>  20. Northwestern-Layton & Mair
>  21. Texas-Bhattacharjjee & Gulakov
>  22. Tiniity-Hagney & Murray
>  23. Wake Forest-Bailey & Miller
>
> Individual first year debaters:
>
>  1.  Baylor-Kaut
>  2.  Emory-Rab
>  3.  Emory-Chlistunoff
>  4.  Emory-Ma
>  5.  Emory-Gupta
>  6.  Georgia-Layton
>  7.  Harvard-Rogan
>  8.  Illinois State-Pickert
>  9.  Louisiana-Lafayette-Brasseaux
>  10. Michigan State-Leap
>  11. Michigan-Bloom
>  12. Michigan-Deming
>  13. Minnesota-Anderson
>  14. Missouri State-Rumbaugh
>  15. Missouri State-Schmitz
>  16. Northwestern-Xu
>  17. Northwestern-Lee
>  18. Northwestern-Shao
>  19. Southern California-Hernandez
>  20. Texas-Shear
>  21. Towson-Crossan
>  22. Towson-Bey
>  23. Trinity-Uzman
>  24. Wake-Thies
>  25. Wake-Godwin
>  26. West Georgia-Boykin
>
> Roger Solt
> Resolt2 at email.uky.edu<mailto:Resolt2 at email.uky.edu>
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> Message: 5
> Date: Sun, 27 Sep 2009 12:07:40 -0400
> From: Andy Ellis <andy.edebate at gmail.com>
> Subject: [eDebate] Rumor has it
> To: edebate <eDebate at www.ndtceda.com>
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> That vermont had a tournament this weekend...any word on breaks? Checked
> global debate blog, facebook, and debate results, is there somewhere else i
> should be looking?
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> Message: 6
> Date: Sun, 27 Sep 2009 11:09:19 -0500
> From: Eric Morris <ermocito at gmail.com>
> Subject: [eDebate] Bear Shock Round 6 (11:45am)
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> not 11:30.
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> Message: 7
> Date: Sun, 27 Sep 2009 11:34:51 -0500
> From: Andrea Reed <andreareed2007 at gmail.com>
> Subject: [eDebate] caselist- the subscription message
> To: e Debate <edebate at ndtceda.com>
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> Several people have asked me if the caselist wiki is expiring or if
> they need to sign up again because their subscription was cancelled...
>
> No.  That message is showing up at the top of the wiki because JP got
> a temporary premium upgrade when he archived last years list.  That
> upgrade is up now, the message is annoying, I don't know when it will
> go away.
>
> But, nothing is wrong, you can still post as normal, and you don't
> need to re-join if you are already a member.
>
> Andrea
>
>
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> Message: 8
> Date: Sun, 27 Sep 2009 12:36:26 -0500
> From: Darren Elliott <delliott at KCKCC.EDU>
> Subject: Re: [eDebate] rr pairings
> To: Malcolm Gordon <malgor.debate at gmail.com>, "edebate at ndtceda.com"
>        <edebate at ndtceda.com>
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> i'd like to thank Malcolm for still traveling this weekend to the missouri
> state tournament (there is no BBQ here, but he is judging debates and
> managing teams across 2 divisions).  It would have been legitimate for him
> to pack it in and stay in KC to watch the Chiefs on television or attend the
> last Royals home game with Grienke pitching, his Cy Young votes hanging in
> the balance.  Surely the positive comments he provides in his post round
> critiques and all around jovial attitude will pay off despite the
> disadvantage to the hometown sports teams.  And I hope he doesnt make
> himiself sick trying to cut cards all afternoon playing catchup after these
> important sports matchups are concluded.
>
> chief
>
> good luck to the Chiefs and Zack Grienke.  And Harvard.
>
> ________________________________
> From: edebate-bounces at www.ndtceda.com [edebate-bounces at www.ndtceda.com] On
> Behalf Of Malcolm Gordon [malgor.debate at gmail.com]
> Sent: Saturday, September 26, 2009 10:16 PM
> To: edebate at ndtceda.com
> Subject: [eDebate] rr pairings
>
> i'd like to thank OU for still traveling this weekend to the missouri state
> tournament (RJ and nick aren't here, but their entire coaching staff is
> managing teams across all 3 divisions).  It would have been legitimate for
> them to pack it in and prepare for the RR.  Surely the positive vibes will
> pay off despite the competitive disadvantage. And I hope Gabe and Russell
> don't make themselves sick trying to cut cards all night to play catchup,
> after judging all day.
>
> malgor
>
> good luck to the D3 RR reps OU and UTD. And Harvard.
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> Message: 9
> Date: Sun, 27 Sep 2009 13:45:59 -0500
> From: "Gary Larson" <Gary.N.Larson at wheaton.edu>
> Subject: [eDebate] Clay judging and other details
> To: "Edebate" <edebate at ndtceda.com>
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> As of this AM there are 144 teams at Kentucky.  This means that with 4
> rounds of commitment per team, we need 576 rounds.  Only 513 rounds have
> been committed so far so we need 63 more rounds.  Additionally, some judges
> are currently in for 8 rounds, rather difficult since there are only 7
> preliminary rounds.
>
> I'd appreciate it if everyone would solidify their judging as soon as
> possible.  We will turn on the pref entry on Tuesday night so it would be
> best to have as accurate a list as possible at that point.  If you have
> constraints that aren't entered on Bruschke's system, please send them to me
> directly.
>
> Two innovations this year - we will be giving judges the option of
> receiving and submitting ballots via e-mail (a slight variation on what Jon
> is doing).  If you would like to participate, I need to have you enter you
> enter your e-mail on Bruschke's site AND communicate you intent to
> participate to me.  THANKS
>
> We also will use "round-weighted" ordinal preferences similar to those used
> at Georgia State.  You will enter ordinal preferences the way you have in
> the past.  But they be computed as a percentage of the entire judging pool
> based on the number of rounds of obligation for each judge.  For example, if
> the judging pool ends up with 576 rounds and 26 of those rounds represent
> judges you are constrained against and your #1 rated judge has a 4-round
> commitment, they will have a RW ordinal of 4/550 or .73%. If the next judge
> also has a 4-round commitment, they would be 1.46% and so on.
>
> The reasoning behind the RW ordinal is that if there are 140 judges in the
> pool that have commitments that range from 1 to 7 rounds, the ordering of
> the judges should take into consideration how many rounds the judge will
> hear.  Otherwise a sheet that ranks all of the low commitment judges as best
> and one that ranks all of the high commitment judges are actually quite
> different, particularly if you ask the question of whether all of your
> judges were in the top "half."  It is potentially quite different to ask
> whether they were all in the top 70 judges or the top 275 rounds with the
> latter being more accurate and comparable.
>
> If you have any questions, don't hesitate to ask.
>
> GARY
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> Message: 10
> Date: Sun, 27 Sep 2009 14:47:45 -0500
> From: Eric Morris <ermocito at gmail.com>
> Subject: [eDebate] Fwd: Bear Shock Round 7
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> Message: 11
> Date: Sun, 27 Sep 2009 16:31:59 -0400
> From: Seth Gannon <sethegannon at gmail.com>
> Subject: [eDebate] Coaches' Poll -- National Top 25 as of 9/26/09
> To: edebate at ndtceda.com
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> Team (First Place Votes) ? Points Per Eligible Ballot
>
> 1. UT Dallas BR (19) -- 24.86
> 2. Northwestern FS (3) -- 23.62
> 3. Emory IW -- 23.33
> 4. California BP -- 21.14
> 5. West Georgia BS -- 19.71
> 6. Harvard JP -- 19.68
> 7. Whitman CS -- 17.76
> 8. Wake Forest MS -- 17.37
> 9. Michigan State LW -- 17.05
> 10. Baylor CM -- 14.41
> 11. Georgia CL -- 14.38
> 12. Oklahoma GW -- 13.41
> 13. California BJ -- 12.90
> 14. Kansas KS -- 11.23
> 15. Missouri State FK -- 9.23
> 16. Mary Washington -- 8.19
> 17. Emory GJ -- 7.38
> 18. Idaho State JJ -- 6.48
> 19. Kansas KQ -- 6.05
> 20. Harvard KR -- 5.82
> 21. Towson JM -- 5.36
> 22. Gonzaga CJ -- 4.67
> 23. Emory NS -- 4.48
> 24. Trinity BH -- 4.14
> 25. Southern California HL -- 2.00
>
> Also receiving votes (alphabetical): Baylor LR, California GW, Central
> Oklahoma KS, Georgetown HM, Georgia HL, Harvard BH, Iowa SV, Kansas PW,
> Kansas
> State HW, Kansas State MZ, Michigan GC, Michigan State GS, North Texas
> PR, Northwestern BK, Northwestern GL, Samford BG, UT San Antonio MT,
> Vanderbilt BN, Wake CC, Wichita State BR.
>
> Voters (and collaborations I know of): Arnett (and Reed), Atchison,
> Burk, S. Chung, Davis, Frappier, Gannon, Gerber, Hardy, Harrigan,
> Harris, J. Herndon, Hester, Johnson (and the Iowa coaches), Odekirk,
> Paul, Repko, Ryan (and Struth), Symonds, Thompson (and Battocletti),
> Vega, Warden.
>
>
> ------------------------------
>
> Message: 12
> Date: Sun, 27 Sep 2009 16:58:51 -0400
> From: michael hester <uwgdebate at gmail.com>
> Subject: Re: [eDebate] CSIS Bloggers, the National Poll,        and
> conflicts
>        of interest
> To: Seth Gannon <sethegannon at gmail.com>
> Cc: edebate at ndtceda.com
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> Is that John Warden on the list of voters? doesn't he currently work
> at the CSIS, blogging about the topic? haven't debaters read CSIS blog
> evidence in rounds?
>
> hmph. if this were a Vegas casino, large mean with unibrows would be
> escorting him from the building and informing him his money's "no good
> here."
>
> worried about the integrity of the game,
> hester
>
>
> On Sun, Sep 27, 2009 at 10:12 AM, Seth Gannon <sethegannon at gmail.com>
> wrote:
> > Team (First Place Votes) ? Points Per Eligible Ballot
> >
> > 1. UT Dallas BR (19) -- 24.86
> > 2. Northwestern FS (3) -- 23.62
> > 3. Emory IW -- 23.33
> > 4. California BP -- 21.14
> > 5. West Georgia BS -- 19.71
> > 6. Harvard JP -- 19.68
> > 7. Whitman CS -- 17.76
> > 8. Wake Forest MS -- 17.37
> > 9. Michigan State LW -- 17.05
> > 10. Baylor CM -- 14.41
> > 11. Georgia CL -- 14.38
> > 12. Oklahoma GW -- 13.41
> > 13. California BJ -- 12.90
> > 14. Kansas KS -- 11.23
> > 15. Missouri State FK -- 9.23
> > 16. Mary Washington -- 8.19
> > 17. Emory GJ -- 7.38
> > 18. Idaho State JJ -- 6.48
> > 19. Kansas KQ -- 6.05
> > 20. Harvard KR -- 5.82
> > 21. Towson JM -- 5.36
> > 22. Gonzaga CJ -- 4.67
> > 23. Emory NS -- 4.48
> > 24. Trinity BH -- 4.14
> > 25. Southern California HL -- 2.00
> >
> > Also receiving votes (alphabetical): Baylor LR, California GW, Central
> > Oklahoma KS,
> > Georgetown HM, Georgia HL, Harvard BH, Iowa SV, Kansas PW, Kansas
> > State HW, Kansas State MZ, Michigan GC, Michigan State GS, North Texas
> > PR, Northwestern BK, Northwestern GL, Samford BG, UT San Antonio MT,
> > Vanderbilt BN, Wake CC, Wichita State BR.
> >
> > Voters (and collaborations I know of): Arnett (and Reed), Atchison,
> > Burk, S. Chung, Davis, Frappier, Gannon, Gerber, Hardy, Harrigan,
> > Harris, J. Herndon, Hester, Johnson (and the Iowa coaches), Odekirk,
> > Paul, Repko, Ryan (and Struth), Symonds, Thompson (and Battocletti),
> > Vega, Warden.
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> Message: 13
> Date: Sun, 27 Sep 2009 21:37:33 -0400
> From: James Maritato <james.maritato at gmail.com>
> Subject: [eDebate] Paperless Tip From the Spectator's Gallery
> To: edebate at ndtceda.com
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> Hello All,
>
> Not doing much debate these days, but ran across an interesting program on
> the Internet that allows you to take pictures of books with your digital
> camera, upload the pictures, automagically clean them up and uncurve the
> pages, and convert them to PDF.  http://snapter.atiz.com/
>
> It's not free, but you can try it for 14 days for free, and beyond that it
> only costs $50.  If you have a digital camera laying around, this may be an
> alternative way to get information in books into cards without the time it
> takes to scan each side of a book.
>
> -JM
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> Message: 14
> Date: Sun, 27 Sep 2009 22:37:01 -0500
> From: Eric Morris <ermocito at gmail.com>
> Subject: [eDebate] Fwd: Bear Shock Sunday Elims Results, Seed
>        Positions,      Monday Judging
> To: edebate at ndtceda.com
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> From: Eric Morris <ermocito at gmail.com>
> Date: Sun, Sep 27, 2009 at 10:36 PM
> Subject: Bear Shock Sunday Elims Results, Seed Positions, Monday Judging
> To: richard.tews at uni.edu, ben warner <warnerben at gmail.com>, Brian Lain <
> blain at unt.edu>, Eric Marlow <emarlow at uco.edu>, Heather Walters <
> HeatherWalters at missouristate.edu>, Jackie Massey <debate at ou.edu>, Jeffrey
> Jarman <jeffrey.jarman at wichita.edu>, Justin Green <jmgreen at ksu.edu>,
> Justin
> Green <kstatedebate at gmail.com>, Justin Stanley <jms787s1 at yahoo.com>,
> Lindsey
> Shook <lindseyshook at gmail.com>, Louie Petit <louiepetit at gmail.com>, Louie
> Petit <louiepetit at hotmail.com>, Matt Vega <vegam at umkc.edu>, Matthew Vega <
> matthewjvega at gmail.com>, "Petit, Louie F" <Petit3 at missouristate.edu>,
> Scott
> Elliott <scottelliott at grandecom.net>, Scott Harris <sharris at ku.edu>, Terri
> Easley <teasley3 at jccc.edu>, "Walters, Heather L" <
> hlw267f at missouristate.edu>,
> "Warner, Benjamin R" <brwarner at ku.edu>, Terri Easley <
> terri.easley at gmail.com
> >
>
>
> *Open Division:* partial octos
> 1. UTSA MT (7-0) - BYE
> 2. UCO KS (6-1) - BYE
> 3. Kansas CJ (5-2) - BYE
> 4. MoState KR (5-2) - BYE
> 12. Kansas JS* (4-3) def. 5. UCO SS (5-2)
> 11. MoState SS (4-3) def. 6. UMKC BS (5-2)
> 7. UMKC GJ (4-3) def  10. MoState HR (4-3)
> 9. UNT QW (4-3) def 8. MoState FG (4-3)
> * MoState HS was 12th seed, but precluded from clearing for the purpose of
> allowing visiting teams with a winning record to clear.
>
> *JV Division*: partial octos
> 1. UNT DN (6-1)
> 2. Oklahoma BM (5-2)
> 3. UCO EL (5-2)
> 4. JoCo BL (5-2)
> 5. UCO DW (5-2)
> 6. UTSA CM (4-3) def 11. Kansas CG (4-3)
> 10. Oklahoma KM (4-3) def 7. UNI NS (4-3)
> 8. UCO RW (4-3) def  9. KCKCC RT (4-3)
> Missing on points (4-3): UNT HT, UNT HS
>
> *Novice*: partial quarters
> 1. JoCo KS (7-0)
> 2. UTSA JM (6-1)
> 3. JoCo CL (5-2) def  6. KSU AJ (4-3)
> 5. Oklahoma OV (4-3) def 4. JoCo SU (5-2)
> Missing on points (4-3): UTSA GR, UMKC DF
>
> Monday pairings/panels released at 8am (or slightly before) at Clarion
> front
> desk.
>
> First Monday elim at 8:30am, with awards (Ballroom 1) to follow.
>
> Judging at 8:30am in the Clarion:
> Casey
> Chung
> Cram
> Crockett
> Davis
> Dipiazza
> Easley
> Elliott, D
> Elliott, S
> Gordon
> Halley
> Hamilton
> Henry
> Jarman
> Kearney
> Massey
> Murillo
> Pennington
> Petit
> Sabino
> Shook
> Snider
> Stanley
> Tews
> Tripe-Roberts
> Vega
> Warner
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> Message: 15
> Date: Mon, 28 Sep 2009 00:11:22 -0400
> From: Andy Ellis <andy.edebate at gmail.com>
> Subject: [eDebate] Clarion Thanks
> To: edebate <eDebate at www.ndtceda.com>
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> What a cool tournament. Thanks to Jim Lyle and all the clarionites. Combine
> a humane schedule(out friday and saturday night by reasonable times, home
> sunday night (after judging varsity finals) by 10 PM, a good draw (much of
> d7, bing wvu and usma from the northeast, wayne & john carroll, and
> fayeteville state from the southeast) and you get great competition. Add
> mike davis in tab, a well coordinated ballot running team and real time
> pairings through debate results and it gets even better. Throw in a great
> banquet and a diverse set of food options throughout the tournament and its
> hard to think of why i wouldnt go to this tournament any year i can.
> I also wanted to welcome Fayetteville State to the community, it was great
> to see a new school with several teams poised to break late into the
> tournament at their first ever debate tournament.
>
> Props to Pete Fountain, you may have the fastest debate learning curve i
> have ever seen.
>
> Also props to Tim O'Donnell for a quiet but dedicated effort to increase
> the
> diversity of voices contributing to the debate.
>
> Andy Ellis
> PS- Thanks to Liberty for being very hospitable to the judges they hire,
> maybe its normal for you, but for some one used to simply receiving cash
> sometime after round 8 when i hire out my judging, it was incredibly
> appreciated.
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> Message: 16
> Date: Sun, 27 Sep 2009 23:01:09 -0700
> From: Blake Johnson <blakejohnson at baudl.org>
> Subject: [eDebate] Boston UDL and Boston Marathon
> To: edebate at ndtceda.com
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> Forwarding along this message from the Boston Debate League...
>
>
> Debate Community,
>
> The Boston Debate League is proud to announce that we have been chosen as
> an
> official charity of the Boston Marathon?, the world?s oldest and most
> prestigious marathon! What does this mean? We are looking for runners (and
> runners-to-be) who want to join our team. Our preference is to offer these
> slots to individuals who are committed to debate in general, and urban
> debate specifically. Please forward this announcement to anyone you know
> who
> is running the Boston Marathon or might want to. Please check out our
> website at www.bostondebate.org for more information.
>
> As always, thank you for your support.
>
>
> Steve Stein
>
> Executive Director
>
> Boston Debate League
>
>
> --
> Blake Johnson
> Executive Director
> Bay Area Urban Debate League
> www.baudl.org
>
>
>
>
> --
> Blake Johnson
> Executive Director
> Bay Area Urban Debate League
> www.baudl.org
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> Message: 17
> Date: Mon, 28 Sep 2009 02:15:51 -0500
> From: Lawrence Chang <lawlruschang at gmail.com>
> Subject: [eDebate] Looking for assistants - St. Mark's
> To: edebate at ndtceda.com
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> Clear Springs High School is looking for a few people to cut cards,
> formulate strategies, and work with us at the St. Mark's High School
> tournament October 23-25 in Dallas, TX.  We will provide reasonable
> compensation.  Send me an email or IM if interested:
> lawlruschang at gmail.com,
> AIM: lawlruschang.
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> Message: 18
> Date: Mon, 28 Sep 2009 04:34:54 -0400
> From: Michael Antonucci <antonucci23 at gmail.com>
> Subject: [eDebate] CSIS Bloggers and Coaches' Poll
> To: College Debate Listserv <edebate at ndtceda.com>
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> I'm personally not that worried about Warden getting bounced from the
> casino.  (Who is the mean unibrow in this metaphor?)
>
> The route from his publicly available, institutionally constrained blog to
> direct victories for any one team seems circuitous at best.  I also don't
> see how he's any more or less invested in the community as a result of his
> blog.  He's surely very supportive of Northwestern, but that's true
> regardless of his public writings.
>
> That said, Hester may have a very valid concern.  If the coaches' poll is
> going to be a thing, maybe it could be transparent?  Any form of
> competitive
> ranking in this community is potentially contentious, and public
> accountability seems the easiest fix.  If you want a vote, you should be
> able to defend it.
>
> I have no problem with the game, but it's probably best that everyone keep
> their hands above the table to avoid accusations of rigging.
>
> Of course, it's informal and Seth's thing, so he can do it however he
> chooses.  Just an idea to boost its legitimacy and avoid backlash.
>
> --
> Michael Antonucci
> Debate Coach
> Georgetown University
> Mobile: 617-838-3345
> Office: 202-687-4079
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