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    Kelly Young
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    Wayne State
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    Detroit, MI
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    Director of Forensics
  1. Hello colleagues, The invitation to the 2013 Wayne State Pappas/DUDL Master Tournament high school debate tournament on October 4th and 5th is located here. We will offer Open, JV, and Novice divisions, with an unrestricted and restricted evidence set (as per DUDL rules) novice divisions. As usual, all activities will take place in Manoogian Hall on Wayne's campus. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me. Kelly Kelly M. Young, Ph.D. Director of Forensics/ Associate Professor Communication Department Wayne State University 585 Manoogian Hall Detroit, MI 48201 (313) 577 - 2953 kelly.young [at] wayne.edu
  2. Greetings, Wayne State University is pleased to invite you and your students to the 2012 Edward J. Pappas High School Debate Tournament on Friday, October 12 and Saturday, October 13, 2012. We have changed our novice division format to a 2-day 2-person format with an appropriate number of elimination debates. As usual, we will offer open and a JV breakout division (if number of entries allows). More details and invitation are located at http://www.wsuforensics.org/tournaments.htm If you have questions/concerns, please contact me at kelly.young@wayne.edu or 313-577-2953. Kelly Kelly M. Young, Ph.D. Director of Forensics/ Assistant Professor Communication Department Wayne State University 585 Manoogian Hall Detroit, MI 48201 (313) 577-2953
  3. Greetings, Wayne State University is pleased to invite you to the Edward J. Pappas High School Debate Tournament on Friday, October 14 and Saturday, October 15, 2011 (we changed dates to avoid Yom Kippur this year). On Friday evening, we will also host our annual McMonagle novice debate clinic. We will offer both policy and legislative debate for the first time. Open debate will occur on October 14 & 15. Four person novice, one day open policy debate, and legislative debate willoccur on Saturday, October 15. More details and invite can be found at: 2011 Pappas Tournament invite If you have questions/concerns, please contact me at kelly.young@wayne.edu or 313-577-2953. Kelly
  4. Entries as of Wednesday, October 6: Edward J. Pappas Invitational Tournament Wayne State University October 8-9, 2010 Contestants Entered in Division One: Varsity (13 teams) DCD AR (Alex Agne & Peter Ro) DCD MP (Anusha Ponduri & Kim Mattson) DCD NS (Lindsey Nwabueze & Luna Shen) Eisenhower BR (Amanda Barnes & Scott Rucinski) Eisenhower KM (Garrett Kohler & Albert Ma) Eisenhower MM (Ryan Miller & Michael Manning) Groves GN (Adam Green & Carina Nikoriak) Groves GS (Nick Glover & Ellen Searle) Groves KN (Austin Kue & Shannon Nierman) Mona Shores MS (Brandon Morton & Morgan Schwing) Portage Northern DK (Aisha Deme & Beenish Khurshid) Portage Northern RS (Colette Royal & Suneed Shaikh) West Bloomfield CK (Jennifer Chang & Zach Kottler) Contestants Entered in Division Two: Novice (22 teams) DCD DHZZ (Dylan Middlebrook & Princess Harmon) DCD PNN (Jasmine Palakurthi & Daniel Nikolaidas) DCD YSSM (Angela Yim & Saher Siddiqui) Dexter BB (Claire Berger & Peter Brundage) Dexter LS (Henry Lewis & Amelia Sadler) Dexter MM (Sebastian Mayotte & Jake Maxey) Eisenhower AD (Marley Ames & Steve DeLong) Eisenhower BP (Cienna Buchan & Joe Pizzo) Eisenhower CH (Sam Cipriano & Cam Hempel) Groves LP (Carlos Leao & Rennie Pasquinelli) Groves SS (Kristina Satullo & Rachel Steffes) Holt DH (Dean & Hammond) Holt LS (Leighton & Sheldon) Mona Shores JZ (Julie Jones & Hunter Zhao) Mona Shores RW (Tyler Wiewiora & Demi Rake) Portage Northern OW (Sharon Olvera & Imane Wyrick) West Bloomfield AA (Alec Admonius & Nick Asker) West Bloomfield HZ (Akbar Hussain & Justin Zabel) Pioneer BH (Aditya Bajaj & Nan Hu) Pioneer BS (Eli Bates & Charles Soule) Pioneer CM (Freya Chandra & Maureen McLord) Pioneer HL (Joey Hathaway & Josh Lash)
  5. I'm reposting our invite because I don't see my original post any longer. Full invite and details can be found at: http://www.wsuforensics.org/tournaments.htm under the Pappas/MSCI section. We hope to see you all in a few weeks. Kelly
  6. Greetings-- Wayne State University will host its annual Edward J. Pappas HS policy debate tournament Friday, Oct 8, 2010 and Saturday, Oct 9, 2010. We will offer the following divisions: * A 5-round two-day open policy debate division with elim rounds (with JV breakouts) * A 4-round one-day open policy debate division with no elim rounds * A 4-round one-day novice policy debate division with no elim rounds On Friday, October 8, we will also offer the McMonagle novice training seminar for any interested novices. The training will happen during the open rounds on Friday night. On Saturday, October 9, we are also hosting the MSCI Fall event, offering training and practice in Individual Events, Poetry and Acting for HS and middle school students. The invitation and other information can be found at: http://www.wsuforensics.org/tournaments.htm
  7. So far, MOSSA May 22, 2010 (invite at www.themossa.org) DCD Sept 17-18 or Sept 24-25 (see Ruth's message below) Wayne State Edward J Pappas/MSCI Fall Conference Oct 8-9 East Kentwood October 22-23 Dexter Oct 29-30 University of Michigan H.S. Debate Tournament Nov 5-7, 2010 Groves Nov 12-13, 2010 GVSU Championship-early Feb. MOSSA May 13-14 I'll edit as more info becomes available. Please post your dates if you can, schools need the information as soon as possible. Kelly
  8. Hello, The Detroit Urban Debate League is hosting a tournament this weekend at Cody High School (18445 Cathedral St., Detroit, MI) and still needs judges for Friday and Saturday. They need 2 for Friday and 5 judges on Saturday. Our normal pool of judges aren’t available due to a busy travel weekend for college teams. The schedule is below and please contact Holly Reiss at the contact info below if you are available to help. Thanks! FRIDAY, January 22nd, 2010 Registration and Pizza 3:45 pm Pairings released 4:15 pm Round I 4:30 pm Round II 6:15 pm SATURDAY, January 23rd, 2010 Check-in, pairings released, & Continental breakfast 8:00 am Round III 8:30 am Round IV 10:15 am LUNCH 12:00 pm AWARDS Sweepstakes & Top Speakers 12:30 pm ELIMINATION ROUNDS Semi-Final s 1:15 pm Finals 3:00 pm -- Holly Giselle Reiss Executive Director Detroit Urban Debate League Advisory Board An Affiliate of the National Association for Urban Debate Leagues Office: New Detroit, Inc. The Fisher Building 3011 W. Grand Boulevard, Suite 1200 Detroit, Michigan 48202 (o) 313-664-2041 (f) 313-664-2091 © 708-250-8853 (e) hollyreiss@urbandebate.org (w) http://www.urbandebate.org
  9. Hello, This weekend, the Detroit UDL is having a debate tournament at Northwestern High School. I know many of you will be at West Bloomfield this weekend, but we could use any assistance with judging possible. Please contact me at kelly.young@wayne.edu if you can assist. Thank you! Northwestern Fall Classic Invitational Debate Tournament Friday, November 20th and Saturday, November 21st Northwestern High School 2200 W Grand Blvd Detroit, MI 48208-1190 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20TH, 2009 Registration and Pizza 3:45 pm Pairings released 4:15 pm Round I 4:30 pm Round II 6:15 pm SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21ST, 2009 Check-in, pairings released and Continental Breakfast 8:00 am Round III 8:30 am Round IV 10:30 am LUNCH 12:00 pm Awards --Sweepstakes and Speakers 12:45 pm ELIMINATION ROUNDS BEGIN Semi-Final Rounds (NOVICE and VARSITY) 1:30 pm Final Round (NOVICE and VARSITY) 3:15 pm
  10. Hello I apologize for the very late notice, but Holly Reiss of the Detroit Urban Debate League is hosting a 2 round debate tournament tomorrow, November 10, at Plymouth Academy (corner of Lothrup & Woodward, about 1 mile north of Wayne State's campus). It's a one story building that says "Youthville Detroit" on it. The debate are from 4-7:30 pm tomorrow for two rounds. They are looking for any and all the voluntary judges they can get. If you can assist, please contact me at kelly.young@wayne.edu as soon as possible. Thanks, Kelly Young DOD, Wayne State University www.wsuforensics.org
  11. See http://www.wsuforensics.org/tournaments.htm for the rest of the invitation (which I also emailed out this summer). Here are the basics: Wayne State University is pleased to invite you to the Edward J. Pappas High School Debate Tournament on Friday, October 9 and Saturday, October 10, 2009. Competition will be offered in two divisions: *Two-person Open division with 5 preliminary rounds (2 on Friday, 3 on Saturday) and up to four elimination rounds on Saturday. *Four-person Novice division with 4 preliminary rounds on Saturday. *Special break-out elimination rounds for jr varsity eligible teams on Saturday (assuming number of entries allows) We will be hosting our annual McMonagle novice debate clinic on Friday evening, October 9th, during the tournament. The goal is to provide you and your novices some additional training before their competition the next day. We will discuss some basic concepts, show students a debate and have some practice speeches for them. There will be no cost for bringing these students other than covering their meal. If you are nterested in coaching training, please contact me (Kelly.young@wayne.edu) as soon as possible with headcounts. The deadline for entry for the McMonagle is Wednesday, October 7th, 2009 at 4 p.m. FORMAT: The format for both two-person varsity and four-person novice divisions will be: 8 minute constructives, 5 minute rebuttals, 3 minute cross-examination periods and 7 minutes total preparation time for each team. ENTRIES: Schools may enter as many teams as they wish. Deadline for registration is October 7th (Wednesday), 2009 by 4 p.m. FEES: Entry fees will cover awards, refreshments, room use, and tournament administrative expenses. Fees for two-person varsity teams are $50.00 per team and $50.00 for each four-person Novice unit. We will offer food to purchase on Friday Evening and Saturday lunch. REGISTRATION: Varsity registration will occur on Friday afternoon at the General Lectures Building. On Saturday morning, novice registration will occur on the ground floor of Manoogian Hall in front of the elevators. JUDGING: EACH TEAM MUST SUPPLY THREE ROUNDS OF JUDGING PER TWO-PERSON VARSITY TEAM AND FOUR ROUNDS FOR EACH FOURPERSON NOVICE UNIT. JUDGES MAY NOT CROSS BETWEEN DIVISIONS ON SATURDAY AND JUDGES MUST NOT HAVE OTHER JUDGES SIT IN FOR THEM. NOVICE COMPETITOR SWAPPING: Any four-person unit that swaps partners or competitors in and out during the competition will not be eligible for team awards. A dditionally, only students that have competed in all four novice rounds will be eligible for speaker awards. Please notify us in your registration if you plan to swap around students in Novice. If you do not have a full 4 person unit and have a spare 2 person team, please feel free to enter them anyway. We would rather have your teams debate even if you don't have a full unit. DIRECTIONS: All rounds will be held in Manoogian Hall, located on the northeast corner of Warren Ave. and the John C. Lodge Service Drive. The street address is 906 W. Warren Ave, Detroit, MI 48201. A campus map can be found at: http://www.campusmap.wayne.edu/ (click on the Building Code search option at the lower right hand side of the page and click on MANO). As for parking, please use parking Lot #52 on Warren Avenue across from Manoogian Hall on Friday and Saturday. (On the online campus map, scroll down the search options on the lower right side for “Parking” and select MIXED LOT #52).. SCHEDULE OF EVENTS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9 2:30 p.m. Registration Lobby, General Lectures Bldg. 3:30 p.m. Round 1 Varsity Manoogian Hall 5:00 p.m. Round 2 Varsity Manoogian Hall 6:30 p.m. Meal Break 7:45 p.m. Round 3 Varsity (power-paired) Manoogian Hall **Location for Coaches and Novice training will be announced. Novices should plan to be here until Round 3 ends. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10 NOVICE: 8:00-8:30 a.m. Novice Registration Manoogian Lobby 9:00 a.m. Round 1 Novice Manoogian 10:30 a.m. Round 2 Novice Manoogian 12 noon Lunch Break 1:00 p.m. Round 3 Novice Manoogian 2:30 p.m. Round 4 Novice Manoogian 5:00 p.m. Awards Assembly 91 Manoogian VARSITY: 8:00 a.m. Round 4 (power-paired) Manoogian 9:30 a.m. Round 5 (power-paired) Manoogian 11:00 a.m. Lunch Break 12 noon Varsity Quarter Finals Manoogian 2:00 p.m. Awards Assembly 91 Manoogian 2:30 p.m. Varsity Semi-Finals Manoogian 4:30 p.m. Varsity Finals Manoogian
  12. August 11, 2009 Wayne State University is pleased to invite you to the Edward J. Pappas High School Debate Tournament on Friday, October 9 and Saturday, October 10, 2009. Competition will be offered in two divisions: *Two-person Open division with 5 preliminary rounds (2 on Friday, 3 on Saturday) and up to four elimination rounds on Saturday. *Four-person Novice division with 4 preliminary rounds on Saturday. *Special break-out elimination rounds for jr varsity eligible teams on Saturday (assuming number of entries allows) New this year, we will be hosting our annual McMonagle novice debate clinic on Friday evening, October 9th, during the tournament. The goal is to provide you and your novices some additional training before their competition the next day. We will discuss some basic concepts, show students a debate and have some practice speeches for them. There will be no cost for bringing these students other than covering their meal. If you are interested in coaching training, please contact me (Kelly.young@wayne.edu) as soon as possible with headcounts. The deadline for entry for the McMonagle is Wednesday, October 7th, 2009 at 4 p.m. ENTRIES: Schools may enter as many teams as they wish. Deadline for registration is October 7th (Wednesday), 2009 by 4 p.m. FEES: Entry fees will cover awards, refreshments, room use, and tournament administrative expenses. Fees for two-person varsity teams are $50.00 per team and $50.00 for each four-person Novice unit. We will offer food to purchase on Friday evening and Saturday lunch. REGISTRATION: Varsity registration will occur on Friday afternoon at the General Lectures Building. On Saturday morning, novice registration will occur on the ground floor of Manoogian Hall in front of the elevators. FORMAT: The format for both two-person varsity and four-person novice divisions will be: 8 minute constructives, 5 minute rebuttals, 3 minute cross-examination periods and 7 minutes total preparation time for each team. JUDGING: EACH TEAM MUST SUPPLY THREE ROUNDS OF JUDGING PER TWO-PERSON VARSITY TEAM AND FOUR ROUNDS FOR EACH FOUR-PERSON NOVICE UNIT. JUDGES MAY NOT CROSS BETWEEN DIVISIONS ON SATURDAY AND JUDGES MUST NOT HAVE OTHER JUDGES SIT IN FOR THEM. NOVICE COMPETITOR SWAPPING: Any four-person unit that swaps partners or competitors in and out during the competition will not be eligible for team awards. Additionally, only students that have competed in all four novice rounds will be eligible for speaker awards. Please notify us in your registration if you plan to swap around students in Novice. If you do not have a full 4 person unit and have a spare 2 person team, please feel free to enter them anyway. We would rather have your teams debate even if you don't have a full unit. DIRECTIONS: All rounds will be held in Manoogian Hall, located on the northeast corner of Warren Ave. and the John C. Lodge Service Drive. The street address is 906 W. Warren Ave, Detroit, MI 48201. A campus map can be found at: http://www.campusmap.wayne.edu/ (click on the Building Code search option at the lower right hand side of the page and click on MANO). As for parking, please use parking Lot #52 on Warren Avenue across from Manoogian Hall on Friday and Saturday. (On the online campus map, scroll down the search options on the lower right side for “Parking” and select MIXED LOT #52).. Housing: In the last several years, we have had no demand for local housing arrangements, which has generated some problems between us and the hotels we create room blocks with. For this year, if you will need hotel arrangements, try any of the following in Dearborn: Extended Stay America Detroit - Dearborn 260 Town Center Dr. Dearborn, MI 48126 (313) 336-0021 Best Western Greenfield Inn (the pink hotel right off I-94) 3000 Enterprise Dr Allen Park, MI 48101-3529 (313) 271-1600 Hampton Inn Detroit/Dearborn @ Greenfield Village 20061 Michigan Avenue, Dearborn, Michigan, USA 48124 Tel: +1-313-436-9600 Fax: +1-313-436-8345 ***SCHEDULE OF EVENTS*** FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9 2:30 p.m. Registration Lobby, General Lectures Bldg. 3:30 p.m. Round 1 Varsity Manoogian Hall 5:00 p.m. Round 2 Varsity Manoogian Hall 6:30 p.m. Meal Break 7:45 p.m. Round 3 Varsity (power-paired) Manoogian Hall **Location for Coaches and Novice training will be announced. Novices should plan to be here until Round 3 ends. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10 NOVICE: 8:00-8:30 a.m. Novice Registration Manoogian Lobby 9:00 a.m. Round 1 Novice Manoogian 10:30 a.m. Round 2 Novice Manoogian 12 noon Lunch Break 1:00 p.m. Round 3 Novice Manoogian 2:30 p.m. Round 4 Novice Manoogian 5:00 p.m. Awards Assembly 91 Manoogian VARSITY: 8:00 a.m. Round 4 (power-paired) Manoogian 9:30 a.m. Round 5 (power-paired) Manoogian 11:00 a.m. Lunch Break 12 noon Varsity Quarter Finals Manoogian 2:00 p.m. Awards Assembly 91 Manoogian 2:30 p.m. Varsity Semi-Finals Manoogian 4:30 p.m. Varsity Finals Manoogian ENTRY FORM: Please email or fax the following to: pappastournament@gmail.com or 313-577-6300. School: ___________________________________________________ Director: __________________________________________________ Phone No., Office: ___________________ Cell: ________________________ VARSITY ENTRY: FOR ALL ENTRIES, PLEASE LIST BOTH FIRST AND LAST NAMES OF CONTESTANTS AND JUDGES. IF ELIGIBLE FOR J-V BREAK-OUT, PLEASE NOTE UNDER THE TEAM NAMES NUMBER OF VEGETARIANS (JUDGES AND COMPETITORS) IN OPEN: _________________ VEGANS: ___________ JUDGES FOR OPEN (WE DO NOT HAVE JUDGES FOR HIRE. YOU MUST BRING ENOUGH JUDGES TO COVER YOUR TEAMS): FOUR-PERSON NOVICE DIVISION (PLEASE LIST BOTH FIRST AND LAST NAMES) PLEASE NOTE WHICH SPEAKERS ARE AFF AND WHICH ARE NEGATIVE AND LIST THEM AS A SINGLE UNIT. E.g., UNIT 1 John Smith, 1AC Jake Thomas, 2AC Tina Davis, 1NC Tonya Apple, 2NC NUMBER OF VEGETARIANS (JUDGES AND COMPETITORS) IN NOVICE: _______________ VEGAN: __________________ NOVICE JUDGES (WE HAVE NO JUDGES FOR HIRE): Fees ________________ (# of teams/UNITS) X $50.00 = __________________ MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE TO: KELLY YOUNG Send Entry to: Dr. Ron Stevenson Director of Debate Department of Communication Wayne State University 585 Manoogian Hall Detroit, MI 48201 Office: 313-577-2951 Email: pappastournament@gmail.com Fax: (313) 577-6300 ENTRY DEADLINE IS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 2009 If you have any questions, please contact us at: Phone: (313) 577-2951 (Stevenson’s office) (313) 577-2946 (Forensics Office) Fax: (313) 577-6300 Email: Pappastournament@gmail.com
  13. Wayne State University will have 2 openings for NDT-CEDA STYLE POLICY DEBATE graduate assistants for next year. The Department of Communication at Wayne State University has both MA and PhD programs in Communication Studies, Film Studies and Journalism. The assistantships are very generous and competitive. You will receive tuition waiver, monthly stipend, health and dental insurance (same insurance coverage as faculty--which is better than most universities), no teaching requirements (although you can in the summer for extra money), opportunities to earn extra money working at our debate institute and a potential monthly housing stipend. Learn more at: http://www.comm.wayne.edu/ and http://www.gradschool.wayne.edu/index.asp. Please be aware that our pool of applicants has become increasingly competitive and as a result, our academic standards are being pushed upwards. When contacting me, please indicate your current undergrad and grad GPAs, GRE scores (if taken) and scholarly interest. Please contact me at Kelly.young@wayne.edu, my office 313-577-2953 or see me or Ron Stevenson at tournaments for more information.
  14. OPEN SPEAKERS: 1. Allen Lin--DCD 141.5 2. Susan Imerman--Groves 140 84 adjusted pts 3. Leah Firestone--Groves 140 83.5 adjusted 4. Laura Dietrich--Groves 138.5 83.5 5. Vikram Sridhar--W Bloomfield 138.5 83 6. Katie Stoecker--Dakota 138.5 82.5 7. Stephanie Maxwell--W Bloomfield 138.12 83.12 27.62 (2X HL) 10 ranks 8. Rashmi Umarji---West Bloomfield 138.12 83.12 27.62 13.75 9. Keshaw Prasad--Groves 138 10. Jesse Sivec--Dakota 137.5
  15. Thanks to everyone who was able to attend on what is a very busy weekend for the high schools. We really appreciate your support and hope to see you all again next year. Congrats to West Bloomfield for victories in all three divisions. Varsity speaker awards are posted in a later message below. Pappas HS Invitational Results JV Semifinal Round Results Groves FP (Neg) defeated Okemos SB 3-0 Fischer, Terry Weiner Stevenson West Bloomfield SJ (Neg) defeated Groves IM 3-0 Najor, Bruce Hackler Bassett Final Round Results West Bloomfield SJ (Neg) defeated Groves FP 2-1 Hackler Fischer, Terry *Najor, Bruce Varsity Semifinal Round Results DCD LA (Aff) defeated Groves DF 3-0 Barret Smith, Orion Diluca West Bloomfield UM Advances Over West Bloomfield SZ Final Round Results West Bloomfield UM (Neg) defeated DCD LA 3-0 Pasquinelli, S. Kirsch Lawson John NOVICE Speakers 1. Nowak-Mona Shores 2. Carroll-W Bloomfield 3. Ghosh-W Bloomfield 4. Khan-W Bloomfield 5. Wilson-Mona Shores 6. Randawang-W Bloomfield 7. Wydra-Bro Rice 8. Grimm--Mona Shores 9. Perkins--Mona Shores 10. Marsh-Mona Shores TOP AFF: 1. Troy Koripella & George 2. W Bloomfield Abidor & Khan 3. Mona Shores Dippel & Wilson TOP NEG: 1. W Bloomfield Randawang & Carroll 2. W Bloomfield Ghosh & Chang 3. Mona Shores Grimm & Perkins TOP 4 PERSON UNITS: 1. W Bloomfield AK-GC 2. Mona Shores DW-GP 3. W Bloomfield FB-RC
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