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  1. I'm starting to put together the calendar I send out annually so if you host a high school tournament and would like to have your tournament added send the dates for next year my way. Thanks, Tim Mahoney Director of Debate, St. Mark's School of Texas 10600 Preston Road Dallas, TX 75230 214-346-8141 (office) 214-734-3673 (cell) 425-740-9130 (fax)
  2. The NDCA Championships will not be accepting independent entries. Tim
  3. Information on the qualification procedure is now posted on joy of tournaments. If you are interested in attending please go to the joy of tournaments website and register: http://www.joyoftournaments.com/il/ndca/info.asp Your next step is to obtain a copy of the application spreadsheet by emailing me at pacedebate@aol.com. Fill it out using the instructions on the "Qualification" link of the jot site and then send the spreadsheet back to me. We will take the top 128 teams that have applied by April 1. Let me know if you have any questions. You can email me directly or post your questions here. I don't spend a lot of time reading cx.com but I'll monitor this section for the next couple of weeks. Thanks, Tim
  4. So far St. Mark's, Glenbrook South, Glenbrook North, Woodward, Bishop Guertin, and Colleyville have registered.
  5. For those of you interested in attending the St. Mark's Novice Round Up on May 5-6, 2005 registration is now open at joyoftournaments.com. Thanks, Tim
  6. Quarters 1. GDS ZZ d. 8. St. Mark's 2. GDS BB d. 7. GBS LP 3. Woodward BS d. 6. Grady 5. Bishop Guertin d. 4. GBN Semis 1. GDS ZZ d. 5. Bishop Guertin 2. GDS BB d. 3. Woodward BS Finals GDS ZZ and BB lock out _______________________________________________________________ Registration for this tournament is now open at http://www.joyoftournaments.com/il/ndca/ The 2006 tournament host will be Maine East High School with the help and support of the Northwestern Debate Society. It will be held in Evanston, IL on the Northwestern campus. The tournament will offer 7 preliminary rounds of competition in one open division of policy debate May 19-22, 2006. All teams winning at least five preliminary rounds will advance to elimination rounds. The NDCA plans to expand the tournament to include Lincoln-Douglas debate in 2007. If you have questions let me know. Tim Mahoney NDCA Championships, Tournament Committee member
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