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  1. Dear Colleagues, We invite you to the First Annual Electric City Invitational in Scranton, PA from Saturday, December 1st, 2012 thru Monday December 3rd, 2012 (registration will be held the evening of November 30th). The tournament will consist of competition in Varsity and Novice Lincoln-Douglas, Public Forum, and Policy Debate. We anticipate novice policy, LD, and PF all to be finished on December 2nd, with Varsity Policy extending to December 3rd. Finally, this years policy tournament has been designated a Semi-Final bid to the Tournament of Champions in Lexington, Kentucky. You can find the registration link to Joy of Tournament here - http://www.joyoftournaments.com/pa/langan/info.asp?p=1 In addition to the fantastic hospitality provided throughout the tournament, this year we've institutes a few changes: 1. E- Registration - we're offering it this year. We'd like all teams to pay ahead of time so we can streamline the registration process on November 30. All information is listed on the website. Using this system will allow you to check-in once you've come to Scranton instead of having to deal with registration lines. 2. Judging - you need to cover at least half your entry this year to be eligible to hire judges. Its unreasonable to assume a tournament can provide the judging for your entire entry, especially at a regional tournament. In addition you must request hired judging through Joy of Tournaments. Each request needs to be confirmed. Please do not assume you have hired judging till you receive that confirmation. Also after you request hired judging you, you are responsible for that judging even if your entry becomes smaller. 3. School Fees - due to the administrative costs associated with running the tournament, we need to institute a school fee based on the number of students attending the tournament. If you have 6 or fewer students you'll owe $25. If you have more than 6 students you'll owe $50. These fees will go toward maintenance and supplies throughout the tournament. 4. Judge Info - before your registration will be complete you must provide the link to your judges Philosophy page on judgephilosophies.wikispaces.com. In addition because we're looking to use the warm room and e-ballot technology that Joy of Tournaments has designed we'll need your judges cell phone number and provider so they can receive contact from the tournament. If you don't complete these you'll be unable to complete registration and receive your invoice. We look forward to hosting you in Scranton this December! Please feel free to contact me at ElectricCity.Invitational@gmail.com with any further questions. Best, Brian Manuel Tournament Director Electric City Invitational
  2. Dear Colleagues, We invite you to the First Annual Electric City Invitational in Scranton, PA from Saturday, December 1st, 2012 thru Monday December 3rd, 2012 (registration will be held the evening of November 30th). The tournament will consist of competition in Varsity and Novice Lincoln-Douglas, Public Forum, and Policy Debate. We anticipate novice policy, LD, and PF all to be finished on December 2nd, with Varsity Policy extending to December 3rd. Finally, this years policy tournament has been designated a Semi-Final bid to the Tournament of Champions in Lexington, Kentucky. You can find the registration link to Joy of Tournament here - http://www.joyoftournaments.com/pa/langan/info.asp?p=1 In addition to the fantastic hospitality provided throughout the tournament, this year we've institutes a few changes: 1. E- Registration - we're offering it this year. We'd like all teams to pay ahead of time so we can streamline the registration process on November 30. All information is listed on the website. Using this system will allow you to check-in once you've come to Scranton instead of having to deal with registration lines. 2. Judging - you need to cover at least half your entry this year to be eligible to hire judges. Its unreasonable to assume a tournament can provide the judging for your entire entry, especially at a regional tournament. In addition you must request hired judging through Joy of Tournaments. Each request needs to be confirmed. Please do not assume you have hired judging till you receive that confirmation. Also after you request hired judging you, you are responsible for that judging even if your entry becomes smaller. 3. School Fees - due to the administrative costs associated with running the tournament, we need to institute a school fee based on the number of students attending the tournament. If you have 6 or fewer students you'll owe $25. If you have more than 6 students you'll owe $50. These fees will go toward maintenance and supplies throughout the tournament. 4. Judge Info - before your registration will be complete you must provide the link to your judges Philosophy page on judgephilosophies.wikispaces.com. In addition because we're looking to use the warm room and e-ballot technology that Joy of Tournaments has designed we'll need your judges cell phone number and provider so they can receive contact from the tournament. If you don't complete these you'll be unable to complete registration and receive your invoice. We look forward to hosting you in Scranton this December! Please feel free to contact me at ElectricCity.Invitational@gmail.com with any further questions. Best, Brian Manuel Tournament Director Electric City Invitational
  3. Dear Colleagues, We invite you to the First Annual Electric City Invitational in Scranton, PA from Saturday, December 1st, 2012 thru Monday December 3rd, 2012 (registration will be held the evening of November 30th). The tournament will consist of competition in Varsity and Novice Lincoln-Douglas, Public Forum, and Policy Debate. We anticipate novice policy, LD, and PF all to be finished on December 2nd, with Varsity Policy extending to December 3rd. Finally, this years policy tournament has been designated a Semi-Final bid to the Tournament of Champions in Lexington, Kentucky. You can find the registration link to Joy of Tournament here - http://www.joyoftournaments.com/pa/langan/info.asp?p=1 In addition to the fantastic hospitality provided throughout the tournament, this year we've institutes a few changes: 1. E- Registration - we're offering it this year. We'd like all teams to pay ahead of time so we can streamline the registration process on November 30. All information is listed on the website. Using this system will allow you to check-in once you've come to Scranton instead of having to deal with registration lines. 2. Judging - you need to cover at least half your entry this year to be eligible to hire judges. Its unreasonable to assume a tournament can provide the judging for your entire entry, especially at a regional tournament. In addition you must request hired judging through Joy of Tournaments. Each request needs to be confirmed. Please do not assume you have hired judging till you receive that confirmation. Also after you request hired judging you, you are responsible for that judging even if your entry becomes smaller. 3. School Fees - due to the administrative costs associated with running the tournament, we need to institute a school fee based on the number of students attending the tournament. If you have 6 or fewer students you'll owe $25. If you have more than 6 students you'll owe $50. These fees will go toward maintenance and supplies throughout the tournament. 4. Judge Info - before your registration will be complete you must provide the link to your judges Philosophy page on judgephilosophies.wikispaces.com. In addition because we're looking to use the warm room and e-ballot technology that Joy of Tournaments has designed we'll need your judges cell phone number and provider so they can receive contact from the tournament. If you don't complete these you'll be unable to complete registration and receive your invoice. We look forward to hosting you in Scranton this December! Please feel free to contact me at ElectricCity.Invitational@gmail.com with any further questions. Best, Brian Manuel Tournament Director Electric City Invitational
  4. Dear Colleagues, We invite you to the First Annual Electric City Invitational in Scranton, PA from Saturday, December 1st, 2012 thru Monday December 3rd, 2012 (registration will be held the evening of November 30th). The tournament will consist of competition in Varsity and Novice Lincoln-Douglas, Public Forum, and Policy Debate. We anticipate novice policy, LD, and PF all to be finished on December 2nd, with Varsity Policy extending to December 3rd. Finally, this years policy tournament has been designated a Semi-Final bid to the Tournament of Champions in Lexington, Kentucky. You can find the registration link to Joy of Tournament here - http://www.joyoftour...an/info.asp?p=1 In addition to the fantastic hospitality provided throughout the tournament, this year we've institutes a few changes: 1. E- Registration - we're offering it this year. We'd like all teams to pay ahead of time so we can streamline the registration process on November 30. All information is listed on the website. Using this system will allow you to check-in once you've come to Scranton instead of having to deal with registration lines. 2. Judging - you need to cover at least half your entry this year to be eligible to hire judges. Its unreasonable to assume a tournament can provide the judging for your entire entry, especially at a regional tournament. In addition you must request hired judging through Joy of Tournaments. Each request needs to be confirmed. Please do not assume you have hired judging till you receive that confirmation. Also after you request hired judging you, you are responsible for that judging even if your entry becomes smaller. 3. School Fees - due to the administrative costs associated with running the tournament, we need to institute a school fee based on the number of students attending the tournament. If you have 6 or fewer students you'll owe $25. If you have more than 6 students you'll owe $50. These fees will go toward maintenance and supplies throughout the tournament. 4. Judge Info - before your registration will be complete you must provide the link to your judges Philosophy page on judgephilosophies.wikispaces.com. In addition because we're looking to use the warm room and e-ballot technology that Joy of Tournaments has designed we'll need your judges cell phone number and provider so they can receive contact from the tournament. If you don't complete these you'll be unable to complete registration and receive your invoice. We look forward to hosting you in Scranton this December! Please feel free to contact me at ElectricCity.Invitational@gmail.com with any further questions. Best, Brian Manuel Tournament Director Electric City Invitational
  5. Round 13 Teams - debate @ 8AM Undefeated CPS GY 1-Down ICW DH Brookings GZ GBS OT Shawnee Heights EH SFL JY Dowling LS SF Washington PS
  6. Here is the pairings for round 12 Aff on left, neg on right. After round 12 - 8 teams will remain. A101 Shawnee Heights EH v. CPS GY - only debate amongst undefeated teams A103 Westwood v. GBS OT A104 IC West DH v. Grady CD A105 Edina HS v. SFL JY A106 Brookings GZ v. Cathedral Prep BH A107 Brophy MS v. Dowling LS SF Washington PS Bye
  7. Hello HS Judging Community, The Stanford Debate Society is seeking judges for its upcoming High School Invitational from February 11-13, 2012 in Palo Alto, CA. We can use judges in all categories, but are highly interested in hiring for Varsity Policy & Lincoln Douglas debate. We will pay upto $25/round ($15/one flight) for your services.

 Certain highly preferred judges may be contracted for the entire tournament and offered a package deal including housing/transportation. Feel free to inquire if you believe you are one of these people. 

Please contact Brian Manuel (brian.manuel@stanforddebate.com) if you are interested in judging, as soon as possible. For complete information, please read our invitation located at www.snfi.org

 Thank you and we look forward to you joining us at Stanford!!

 Brian Manuel

  8. Hello HS Judging Community, The Stanford Debate Society is seeking judges for its upcoming High School Invitational from February 11-13, 2012 in Palo Alto, CA. We can use judges in all categories, but are highly interested in hiring for Varsity Policy & Lincoln Douglas debate. We will pay upto $25/round ($15/one flight) for your services.

 Certain highly preferred judges may be contracted for the entire tournament and offered a package deal including housing/transportation. Feel free to inquire if you believe you are one of these people. 

Please contact Brian Manuel (brian.manuel@stanforddebate.com) if you are interested in judging, as soon as possible. For complete information, please read our invitation located at www.snfi.org 

Thank you and we look forward to you joining us at Stanford!!

 Brian Manuel
  9. Hello HS Judging Community, The Stanford Debate Society is seeking judges for its upcoming High School Invitational from February 11-13, 2012 in Palo Alto, CA. We can use judges in all categories, but are highly interested in hiring for Varsity Policy & Lincoln Douglas debate. We will pay unto $25/round ($15/one flight) for your services.

 Certain highly preferred judges may be contracted for the entire tournament and offered a package deal including housing/transportation. Feel free to inquire if you believe you are one of these people. 

Please contact Brian Manuel (brian.manuel@stanforddebate.com) if you are interested in judging, as soon as possible. For complete information, please read our invitation located at www.snfi.org

Thank you and we look forward to you joining us at Stanford!!

 Brian Manuel Director of Policy Debate Stanford Debate Society Stanford University
  10. Hello HS Judging Community, The Stanford Debate Society is seeking judges for its upcoming High School Invitational from February 11-13, 2012 in Palo Alto, CA. We can use judges in all categories, but are highly interested in hiring for Varsity Policy & Lincoln Douglas debate. We will pay unto $25/round ($15/one flight) for your services.

 Certain highly preferred judges may be contracted for the entire tournament and offered a package deal including housing/transportation. Feel free to inquire if you believe you are one of these people. 

Please contact Brian Manuel (brian.manuel@stanforddebate.com) if you are interested in judging, as soon as possible. For complete information, please read our invitation located at www.snfi.org

Thank you and we look forward to you joining us at Stanford!!

 Brian Manuel Director of Policy Debate Stanford Debate Society Stanford University
  11. Hello, On Aug 2-5, the Stanford National Forensic Institute will be hosting its institute tournament. We could use hired judging for the days below. Please feel free to email me at clariondebate@gmail.com if you are interested. Along with tournament debates, some labs will be conducting interlab debates simultaneously and we need help with those as well. You will be compensated for these rounds as well. Tuesday Aug 2 - 9am - 10pm (4 rounds) Wednesday Aug 3 - 9am - 10pm (4 rounds) Thursday Aug 4 - 9am - 10pm (4 rounds) Friday Aug 5 - 9am - 10pm (5 rounds) If you are in Palo Alto, near the Stanford campus, we'd love to have you. Special arrangements can be made in certain circumstances, if housing is needed. Along with paying you for the day, we'll also provide you meals while you are here. Let me know your availability/interest and we can discuss specifics after that. Thanks Brian Manuel
  12. Hello, On Aug 2-5, the Stanford National Forensic Institute will be hosting its institute tournament. We could use hired judging for the days below. Please feel free to email me at clariondebate@gmail.com if you are interested. Along with tournament debates, some labs will be conducting interlab debates simultaneously and we need help with those as well. You will be compensated for these rounds as well. Tuesday Aug 2 - 9am - 10pm (4 rounds) Wednesday Aug 3 - 9am - 10pm (4 rounds) Thursday Aug 4 - 9am - 10pm (4 rounds) Friday Aug 5 - 9am - 10pm (5 rounds) If you are in Palo Alto, near the Stanford campus, we'd love to have you. Special arrangements can be made in certain circumstances, if housing is needed. Along with paying you for the day, we'll also provide you meals while you are here. Let me know your availability/interest and we can discuss specifics after that. Thanks Brian Manuel
  13. An official statement from the LD TOC Advisory Committee regarding the situation: http://ukdebate.wikispaces.com/Message+from+the+LD+Advisory+Committee
  14. Quarter-Finals NU FS d. Cal BP (5-0) NU BK d. Baylor (4-1) UMich d. Oklahoma (4-1) Emory IW d. Harvard JP (4-3) Semi-Finals NU FS d. Michigan LZ (5-0) Emory IW d. NU BK (4-1) Finals NU FS d. Emory IW (4-1) Congrats to all the amazing seniors who graduated this season! Brian
  15. Complete Results! 2011 Stanford Invitational Results Packet Thanks, Brian Manuel Policy Tab Director
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