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Bubbs last won the day on October 26 2004

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    Nick Bubb
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    Policy Analyst
  1. Middleton (a western suburb of Madison, WI) seeks qualified judges for its debate tournament this weekend. If you are interested and available, please send an email to Nick Bubb at njbubb at gmail.com Thanks,
  2. The Sheboygan North Invitation (10/14 and 10/15) is now available on Joy of Tournaments. The website is: http://www.joyoftournaments.com/wi/sheboygan/info.asp Registration is now open and we look forward to hosting you. We are fully aware that costs are increasing for debate and we have designed our tournament to offer your students the biggest impact for your dollar. Public Forum and Lincoln-Douglas debaters will have the opportunity to compete in nine guaranteed rounds over the weekend - with separate tournaments on Friday and Saturday. Additionally, we will offer either a special division or awards for Novice Public Forum Debaters. Varsity policy debaters will have the opportunity to compete in a full tournament without staying long hours on Friday and Saturday night. And yes, we will offer bobbleheads again for our awards. We hope these features make this tournament an attractive option for your squad and hope that you can join us in Sheboygan on 14th and 15th of October. If you have questions, let us know. Thanks, Nick Bubb Tournament Director Chad Stauber-Soik Director of Debate
  3. These are the resolutions that are being put forward for voting tomorrow. Civil Rights Resolved: The United States federal government should amend Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, substantially increasing its protections against race and/or gender discrimination. Crisis Response Resolved: The United States federal government should substantially increase its natural disaster response capability in the United States. Infrastructure Resolved: The United States federal government should substantially increase its transportation infrastructure investment in the United States. Immigration Resolved: The United States federal government should substantially increase its legal protection of economic migrants in the United States. Entitlement Reform Resolved: The United States federal government should substantially limit the growth of its Medicare and/or Social Security spending. Tax Reform Resolved: The United States federal government should substantially change its income tax system by adopting a consumption or proportional tax. Internet Resolved: The United States federal government should substantially increase its regulation of the Internet pertaining to cybercrime. Higher Education Resolved: The United States federal government should establish an education policy substantially increasing its support for postsecondary education in the United States. Update: Tax Reform was not forwarded on to tomorrow morning's meeting.
  4. Can someone explain why the wording of the China topic changed? The wording was: trade, currency, environment and now is: trade, economy, environment. Is this just an error? (One was last year's topic, the other is this years).
  5. Marquette's new debate director has notified the Wisconsin Debate Coaches' Association that the Hilltopper Classic has been canceled. The WDCA was not provided any additional information other than this announcement.
  6. Marquette University High School seeks candidates for the position of Director of Debate. This individual promotes enrollment and retention of students in a comprehensive, nationally competitive interscholastic debate program including managing all aspects of the day-to-day coaching of students in Policy, Lincoln-Douglas, and Public Forum debate. Marquette University High School has a distinguished history of success in academic debate and the administration is committed to supporting a competitive program. Specific duties include: 1. Recruits, retains, and evaluates members of the debate team. 2. Registers, manages, coaches, mentors, and evaluates students. 3. Travels with students and manages all logistics related to student participation in tournaments, including approximately 25 competitions per year. 4. Supervises and coordinates student research and preparation. 5. Hires and directs a staff of assistant coaches. 6. Represents Marquette in state and national organizations. 7. Hosts and manages the Hilltopper Classic, a final round qualifying invitational for the National Tournament of Champions. Interested candidates should send a letter of interest and resume to: Bob Herman, Dean of Students Marquette University High School 3401 W. Wisconsin Avenue Milwaukee, WI 53208 Or via email: herman@muhs.edu
  7. Sheboygan North High School Proudly Announces Raider Rumble II November 13 and 14, 2009 The Sheboygan North High School Debate team is honored to host its fourth annual debate tournament. We invite you and your forensics or debate team to join us for an enjoyable weekend of competition. We are proud to offer the Challenge format previously popularized by great tournament hosts such as Appleton East, James Madison Memorial, Pius XI, and Greendale/Nathan Hale. We will endeavor to live up to their example as a special, fun, and exciting tournament. The Joy of Tournaments Website (http://www.joyoftournaments.com/wi/sheboygan/info.asp) describes all the information you need to know. If you have trouble registering through the website, send an email to shebnorthdebate@gmail.com. Nick and Jon do not work in the building, and it is critical that absolutely no tournament communication is made with North High School. We will not receive any information made to North High School until too late. Confirmation emails will be sent immediately after registration and again on Wednesday, November 11. Space is limited, so please register as soon as possible. We hope to see in Sheboygan on November 13 and 14. Let’s get ready to rumble! Sincerely, Sheboygan North Tournament Staff
  8. Will can you leave your email on cross-x? Those of us who can hire judges need a way to get a hold of you.
  9. I was just reading the ballot I got from the federation and I had a thought. Did we forget the word "countries" in the Overseas Deployment wording? As posted on the NFHS website it reads: Resolved: The United States federal government should substantially reduce its military and/or police presence in one or more of the following: South Korea, Japan, Afghanistan, Kuwait, Iraq, Turkey
  10. Just to clarify, the resolutions that are listed here are the working resolutions from the Marshall subcommittees yesterday. Most of the resolutions have changed. Georgia Forensics Daily has the list of resolutions that we are voting on tomorrow.
  11. Anyone know what happened to the pre-2004 threads from this site? Are they lost? Archived some where?
  12. If you're referring to Tim Knoedler from Sheboygan North - him and Laurel have two bids; Semi's at Valley and Finals at Marquette.
  13. This is completely off topic, but could some one explain who gets to participate in this meeting? I'm the current President-Elect of Wisconsin Debate Coaches association. Could I attend the process next year?
  14. Pairings. Round 1 (Aff, Neg, Judge) Colleyville DH v. Mercer Island CK - Osborne Lexington LS v. GBS QZ - Lundeen Lakeland RW v. Greenhill HS - Rubaie College Prep KV v. Stratford CK - Jennings Sheboygan North KM v. Bellarmine DR - Jaswa Westminster AS v. Groves BG - Jones, Mike Chattahoochee KM v. Grapevine BP - Ewing MBA AM v. Bishop Guertin CP - Groves GBN OZ v. Pace AL - Abelkop Brophy MM v. SFA BR - Sanchez Calhoun HJ v. Cathedral Prep - Bethiaume Coppell BK v. Meadows BS - Turner Kinkaid BS v. Meadows KS - Tribble Fort Lauderdale BM v. New Trier GH - Lingel Head Royce SZ v. Bronx Science BM - Gordon Greenhill BL v. Chattahoochee FL - Petit Highland Park TX PY v. Lexington TZ - Reed Damien CG v. Woodward MN - Greenstein Fullerton GS v. New Trier BR - Polin Dallas Jesuit HN v. Chattahoochee PS - Olsen Rowland BL v. Dallas Jesuit GO - Clark, Josh Centerville CY v. Chattahoochee CZ - Clark, Kathryn Walter Payton RT v. Greenhill RR - Schultz Highland Park GO v. Milton BL - Lazarevic Bronx Science BG v. Damien EN - Serrano St Stephen’s PV v. Chattahoochee BP - McFarland St Marks BK v. Notre Dame AD - Berggren Valley HR v. Westminster AJ - Farra College Prep CH v. Notre Dame BP - Antonucci Kinkaid KS v. Carrollton School - Hill Little Rock LS v. Damien HR - Burshteyn Colleyville MN v. NFA BP - Quinn GBS LP v. Head Royce BZ - Silber Jenks KS v. Chattahooche LR - Heidt, J Round 2 Bellarmine DR v. Westminster AS - Petit Bishop Guertin CP v. Chattahoochee KM - Polin Bronx BM v. Greenhill BL - Antonucci Carrollton HS v. College Prep CH - Clark, Josh Cathedral Prep CH v. Coppell BK - Olsen Chattahoochee BP v. Bronx BG - Burshteyn Chattahoochee CZ v. Rowland BL - Jones, Mike Chattahoochee FL v. Head Royce SZ - Ewing Chattahoochee LR v. GBS LP - Mulholland Chattahoochee PS v. Fullerton - Jaswa Dallas Jesuit GO v. Centerville CY - Lee, Ed Damien EN v. St Stephen PV - Farra Damien HR v. Colleyville MN - Greenstein GBS QZ v. Colleyville DH - Akelkop Grapevine BP v. MBA AM - Schultz, Jim Greenhill HS v. College Prep KV - Osborne Greenhill RR v. Highland Park GO - Batik Groves BG v. Sheboygan North KM - Schy, Rueben Head Royce v. Jenks KS - Lundeen Lexington TZ v. Damien CG - Quinn Mercer Island CK v. Lexington LS - Reed Milton BL v. Walter Payton RT - Munksgaard New Trier BR v. Dallas Jesuit HN - Rubaie New Trier GH v. Kinkaid BS - Berthiaume NFA BP v. Little Rock LS - Smith Stratford CK v. Lakeland RW - Lawson Meadows BS v. Calhoun HJ - Tribble Meadows KS v. Fort Lauderdale BM - Sanchez Westminster AJ v. St Marks BK - Jennings Woodward MN v. Highland Park TX PY - Mapes
  15. $8 a round? That's so cheap.
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