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Here is the list of bid tournaments, figure out which have already happened, and you have those that haven't happened yet:

 

The following policy debate tournaments are 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

The following policy debate tournaments are 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 Texas at Austin
  • Wake Forest University (NC)

The following policy debate tournaments are 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)
  • Isidore 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
  • University of Southern California
  • Vestavia Hills (AL)

The following policy debate tournaments are 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)
  • Kansa City, Kansas, Community College (KS)
  • Long Beach (CA)
  • Meadows (NV)
  • Omaha-Westside (NE)
  • Samford University (AL)
  • Westminster (GA)
  • Whitman College (WA)

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February 9-12: Stanford

February 16-18: Berkeley, Harvard

February 23-24: Vestavia Hills, Maine East

March 2-4: UGA, Harker, Lakeland

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I'm confused. I was just browsing around and the ASU Southwest Championship Tournament has a TOC bid at Finals. Can this be true. I'm pretty sure it's not, but i'm still scratching my head over this. Any insight would be sweet.

 

From the Invite - "Competition will feature six preliminary rounds of Policy, Public Forum and Lincoln-Douglas debate. Elimination rounds will begin with an octa-final round or a double octa-final round, as entries warrant. Congress competition will feature four preliminary assemblies and finals assemblies as entries warrant. Ten individual events will also be offered and elimination rounds will begin with a quarterfinal round for events over 100 entries and a semifinal for events over 40 entries. Awards will be presented to all finalists, semi-finalists, and quarterfinalists in each individual event, to all debate teams reaching the octa-final or double octa-final, and the top five speakers overall in individual events. For 2009, the Southwest Championship Tournament will have Tournament of Champions bids for participants reaching the top 6 speakers in Student Congress, the quarterfinals of PFD, the finals of LD and the finals of Policy Debate."

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i love the fact that everyone dismissed the fact that this guy purposely bumped a thread from more than a year ago.

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i love the fact that everyone dismissed the fact that this guy purposely bumped a thread from more than a year ago.

Given the thread title, I think we can safely guess what the purpose of the bump was.

 

Your lack of faith disturbs me.

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i love the fact that everyone dismissed the fact that this guy purposely bumped a thread from more than a year ago.

Seems like people are always getting yelled at for not using search, so we should commend posters for not creating new threads when they don't have to.

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Seems like people are always getting yelled at for not using search, so we should commend posters for not creating new threads when they don't have to.

Ironically, this would be one of those times that creating a new thread would probably be net-beneficial. People say use search for common questions like "What's a disad?"

And yes, I have no faith at all in the cross-x community. I mean that.

also, for whomever asked, I happen to be perfectly straight. Go find someone else to molest you pedo.

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