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  1. You should come to the Oregon Global Debate Institute! We are hosting a 1-2 week camp at the University of Oregon for every type of high school debate and individual events. Students will have a chance to fully experience the university, living in the dorms, eating in the cafeteria, and using all campus educational facilities. There will be learning labs at various levels for Parliamentary Debate, Policy Debate, Lincoln Douglas Debate, Public Forum Debate, and Individual Events. The camp will be run and staffed by college competitors and coaches from across the country. You can expect no more than six students for each staff member. Check us out: http://blogs.uoregon.edu/ogdi/
  2. You should come to the Oregon Global Debate Institute! We are hosting a 1-2 week camp at the University of Oregon for every type of high school debate and individual events. Students will have a chance to fully experience the university, living in the dorms, eating in the cafeteria, and using all campus educational facilities. There will be learning labs at various levels for Parliamentary Debate, Policy Debate, Lincoln Douglas Debate, Public Forum Debate, and Individual Events. The camp will be run and staffed by college competitors and coaches from across the country. You can expect no more than six students for each staff member. Check us out: http://blogs.uoregon.edu/ogdi/
  3. Hosted by the University of Oregon Friday, February 22 – Saturday February 23, 2013 Dear Friends and Colleagues, We would like to invite you to the 2013 Robert D. Clark Invitational, to be held on Friday, February, 22nd and Friday, February 23rd. This tournament will feature six preliminary rounds of debate in four different formats, as well as three preliminary rounds of individual events. This year the tournament has an NIETOC bid in all qualifying IEs. Continuing the practices from last year, the tournament offers: All OSAA events offered, following all OSAA rules Two-day schedule instead of three Fully catered coaches’ meeting NO FEES We promise a well run, on-time tournament with excellent competition and professionalism. Thomas Schally Tournament Director Debate Coach University of Oregon (651) 253-8291 Events Students may enter one debate event and any two individual events, with a single exception:students entered in CX debate may only enter pattern A events, not pattern B. – Debate CX will use the 2012-2013 topic. As per longstanding tradition for the Bower Aly tournament, Public Forum will use the March topic, and LD will use the March/April topic. Public topics will be written by the tournament. We will be offering two divisions (junior and senior) in each of the formats, as long as we have sufficient entries. Debate will follow OSAA rules. All conflicts and interpretations of the rules will be settled by the tournament director and will be considered final. – Individual Events 625]Pattern A: Pattern B: (CX Debaters may not enter pattern B) ADS ELL-Interp Expository Memorized-Humorous Impromptu Oratory Memorized-Serious Dual Interpretation Prose Extemporaneous Poetry Radio Poetry and Radio have been moved to B. We will be offering Junior and Senior divisions in all events that have sufficient entries. If an event is collapsed, we will still recognize the top 3 finishers in the junior division. The tournament reserves the right to collapse similar events if entries are below the OSAA Alternate Qualification threshold. All individual events will follow OSAA rules and will use OSAA ballots. Please visit http://www.osaa.org/...ECHHandbook.pdf for a detailed description of the events. With the addition of the NIETOC bid we are very excited to see an increased entry turnout for the 2013 Clark tournament. Here is more information about the NIETOC.http://www.nietoc.com/faq.asp Fees School Fee – FREE Debate entry – FREE ($10/team for late entry) Individual Events – FREE ($5/entry for late additions) Uncovered debate round penalty $30 per round Uncovered IE round penalty $10 per round Judging One judge can cover 2 CX entries, 2 Public debate entries or 4 LD/PF debate entries; and the same judge can cover up to 6 IE entries (double-entries count as two entries). We are going to try to give coaches a break and use them as sparingly as possible until elimination rounds. However, with a tournament of this size, it is imperative that you either cover your judging obligations, or let us know in advance that you cannot so that we know how many judges to hire. Judges are obligated to stay one round past their last competitor. Registration Entries will be done via www.forensicstournament.net, entry procedures detailed there. Even if your late drops take your entries to the point where you have met your judging obligations, if your entries as of the Thursday deadline are over your judging commitment, you will still be assessed uncovered entry fees in full. We welcome unexpected judges. However, due to the difficulties in using them immediately, an unexpected judge will only reduce by half the uncovered penalty that he or she would have resolved had he or she been entered properly. LODGING: Look for information about a hotel block closer to the tournament date. This information will appear at the tournament website: http://clarkinvitational.wordpress.com Options in Eugene include: BEST WESTERN 1655 Franklin Boulevard, Eugene, OR (541) 683-3669 ‎ · book.bestwestern.com Information for other nearby hotels: Sleep Inn & Suites 599 East Broadway, Eugene, OR (541) 345-2331 ‎ · sleepinn.com Phoenix Inn Suites 850 Franklin Boulevard, Eugene, OR (541) 344-0001 ‎phoenixinn.com <a name="0.1_actbar-btns-E">Days Inn Eugene Downtown/University 1859 Franklin Boulevard, Eugene, OR (541) 342-6383 ‎ · daysinn.com Further Information Please send any questions or concerns to dodds.benjamin@gmail.com Schedule Friday, February 22nd 10:00 Debate, Round 1 12:00 Debate, Round 2 2:00 IE Pattern A, Round 1 3:30 Debate, Round 3 4:45 IE Pattern B, Round 1 6:15 Debate, Round 4 8:15 IE Pattern A, Round 2 Saturday, February 23rd 8:00 Debate, Round 5 9:15 IE Pattern B, Round 2 10:45 Debate, Round 6 12:45 IE Pattern A, Round 3 2:15 Debate, Elim 1 3:45 IE Pattern A, Finals + IE Pattern B, Round 3 5:15 Debate, Elim 2 + Coaches’ Meeting 6:45 Debate, Elim 3 + IE Pattern B, Finals 8:15 Awards + Debate, Elim 4
  4. Hosted by the University of Oregon Friday, February 22 – Saturday February 23, 2013 Dear Friends and Colleagues, We would like to invite you to the 2013 Robert D. Clark Invitational, to be held on Friday, February, 22nd and Friday, February 23rd. This tournament will feature six preliminary rounds of debate in four different formats, as well as three preliminary rounds of individual events. This year the tournament has an NIETOC bid in all qualifying IEs. Continuing the practices from last year, the tournament offers: All OSAA events offered, following all OSAA rules Two-day schedule instead of three Fully catered coaches’ meeting NO FEES We promise a well run, on-time tournament with excellent competition and professionalism. Thomas Schally Tournament Director Debate Coach University of Oregon (651) 253-8291 Events Students may enter one debate event and any two individual events, with a single exception:students entered in CX debate may only enter pattern A events, not pattern B. – Debate CX will use the 2012-2013 topic. As per longstanding tradition for the Bower Aly tournament, Public Forum will use the March topic, and LD will use the March/April topic. Public topics will be written by the tournament. We will be offering two divisions (junior and senior) in each of the formats, as long as we have sufficient entries. Debate will follow OSAA rules. All conflicts and interpretations of the rules will be settled by the tournament director and will be considered final. – Individual Events Pattern A: Pattern B: (CX Debaters may not enter pattern B) ADS ELL-Interp Expository Memorized-Humorous Impromptu Oratory Memorized-Serious Dual Interpretation Prose Extemporaneous Poetry Radio Poetry and Radio have been moved to B. We will be offering Junior and Senior divisions in all events that have sufficient entries. If an event is collapsed, we will still recognize the top 3 finishers in the junior division. The tournament reserves the right to collapse similar events if entries are below the OSAA Alternate Qualification threshold. All individual events will follow OSAA rules and will use OSAA ballots. Please visit http://www.osaa.org/publications/handbook/1112SPEECHHandbook.pdf for a detailed description of the events. With the addition of the NIETOC bid we are very excited to see an increased entry turnout for the 2013 Clark tournament. Here is more information about the NIETOC.http://www.nietoc.com/faq.asp Fees School Fee – FREE Debate entry – FREE ($10/team for late entry) Individual Events – FREE ($5/entry for late additions) Uncovered debate round penalty $30 per round Uncovered IE round penalty $10 per round Judging One judge can cover 2 CX entries, 2 Public debate entries or 4 LD/PF debate entries; and the same judge can cover up to 6 IE entries (double-entries count as two entries). We are going to try to give coaches a break and use them as sparingly as possible until elimination rounds. However, with a tournament of this size, it is imperative that you either cover your judging obligations, or let us know in advance that you cannot so that we know how many judges to hire. Judges are obligated to stay one round past their last competitor. Registration Entries will be done via www.forensicstournament.net, entry procedures detailed there. Even if your late drops take your entries to the point where you have met your judging obligations, if your entries as of the Thursday deadline are over your judging commitment, you will still be assessed uncovered entry fees in full. We welcome unexpected judges. However, due to the difficulties in using them immediately, an unexpected judge will only reduce by half the uncovered penalty that he or she would have resolved had he or she been entered properly. LODGING: Look for information about a hotel block closer to the tournament date. This information will appear at the tournament website: http://clarkinvitational.wordpress.com Options in Eugene include: BEST WESTERN 1655 Franklin Boulevard, Eugene, OR (541) 683-3669 ‎ · book.bestwestern.com Information for other nearby hotels: Sleep Inn & Suites 599 East Broadway, Eugene, OR (541) 345-2331 ‎ · sleepinn.com Phoenix Inn Suites 850 Franklin Boulevard, Eugene, OR (541) 344-0001 ‎phoenixinn.com <a name="0.1_actbar-btns-E">Days Inn Eugene Downtown/University 1859 Franklin Boulevard, Eugene, OR (541) 342-6383 ‎ · daysinn.com Further Information Please send any questions or concerns to dodds.benjamin@gmail.com Schedule Friday, February 22nd 10:00 Debate, Round 1 12:00 Debate, Round 2 2:00 IE Pattern A, Round 1 3:30 Debate, Round 3 4:45 IE Pattern B, Round 1 6:15 Debate, Round 4 8:15 IE Pattern A, Round 2 Saturday, February 23rd 8:00 Debate, Round 5 9:15 IE Pattern B, Round 2 10:45 Debate, Round 6 12:45 IE Pattern A, Round 3 2:15 Debate, Elim 1 3:45 IE Pattern A, Finals + IE Pattern B, Round 3 5:15 Debate, Elim 2 + Coaches’ Meeting 6:45 Debate, Elim 3 + IE Pattern B, Finals 8:15 Awards + Debate, Elim 4
  5. Hosted by the University of Oregon Friday, February 22 – Saturday February 23, 2013 Dear Friends and Colleagues, We would like to invite you to the 2013 Robert D. Clark Invitational, to be held on Friday, February, 22nd and Friday, February 23rd. This tournament will feature six preliminary rounds of debate in four different formats, as well as three preliminary rounds of individual events. This year the tournament has an NIETOC bid in all qualifying IEs. Continuing the practices from last year, the tournament offers: All OSAA events offered, following all OSAA rules Two-day schedule instead of three Fully catered coaches’ meeting NO FEES We promise a well run, on-time tournament with excellent competition and professionalism. Thomas Schally Tournament Director Debate Coach University of Oregon (651) 253-8291 Events Students may enter one debate event and any two individual events, with a single exception:students entered in CX debate may only enter pattern A events, not pattern B. – Debate CX will use the 2012-2013 topic. As per longstanding tradition for the Bower Aly tournament, Public Forum will use the March topic, and LD will use the March/April topic. Public topics will be written by the tournament. We will be offering two divisions (junior and senior) in each of the formats, as long as we have sufficient entries. Debate will follow OSAA rules. All conflicts and interpretations of the rules will be settled by the tournament director and will be considered final. – Individual Events Pattern A: Pattern B: (CX Debaters may not enter pattern B) ADS ELL-Interp Expository Memorized-Humorous Impromptu Oratory Memorized-Serious Dual Interpretation Prose Extemporaneous Poetry Radio Poetry and Radio have been moved to B. We will be offering Junior and Senior divisions in all events that have sufficient entries. If an event is collapsed, we will still recognize the top 3 finishers in the junior division. The tournament reserves the right to collapse similar events if entries are below the OSAA Alternate Qualification threshold. All individual events will follow OSAA rules and will use OSAA ballots. Please visit http://www.osaa.org/publications/handbook/1112SPEECHHandbook.pdf for a detailed description of the events. With the addition of the NIETOC bid we are very excited to see an increased entry turnout for the 2013 Clark tournament. Here is more information about the NIETOC.http://www.nietoc.com/faq.asp Fees School Fee – FREE Debate entry – FREE ($10/team for late entry) Individual Events – FREE ($5/entry for late additions) Uncovered debate round penalty $30 per round Uncovered IE round penalty $10 per round Judging One judge can cover 2 CX entries, 2 Public debate entries or 4 LD/PF debate entries; and the same judge can cover up to 6 IE entries (double-entries count as two entries). We are going to try to give coaches a break and use them as sparingly as possible until elimination rounds. However, with a tournament of this size, it is imperative that you either cover your judging obligations, or let us know in advance that you cannot so that we know how many judges to hire. Judges are obligated to stay one round past their last competitor. Registration Entries will be done via www.forensicstournament.net, entry procedures detailed there. Even if your late drops take your entries to the point where you have met your judging obligations, if your entries as of the Thursday deadline are over your judging commitment, you will still be assessed uncovered entry fees in full. We welcome unexpected judges. However, due to the difficulties in using them immediately, an unexpected judge will only reduce by half the uncovered penalty that he or she would have resolved had he or she been entered properly. LODGING: Look for information about a hotel block closer to the tournament date. This information will appear at the tournament website: http://clarkinvitational.wordpress.com Options in Eugene include: BEST WESTERN 1655 Franklin Boulevard, Eugene, OR (541) 683-3669 ‎ · book.bestwestern.com Information for other nearby hotels: Sleep Inn & Suites 599 East Broadway, Eugene, OR (541) 345-2331 ‎ · sleepinn.com Phoenix Inn Suites 850 Franklin Boulevard, Eugene, OR (541) 344-0001 ‎phoenixinn.com <a name="0.1_actbar-btns-E">Days Inn Eugene Downtown/University 1859 Franklin Boulevard, Eugene, OR (541) 342-6383 ‎ · daysinn.com Further Information Please send any questions or concerns to dodds.benjamin@gmail.com Schedule Friday, February 22nd 10:00 Debate, Round 1 12:00 Debate, Round 2 2:00 IE Pattern A, Round 1 3:30 Debate, Round 3 4:45 IE Pattern B, Round 1 6:15 Debate, Round 4 8:15 IE Pattern A, Round 2 Saturday, February 23rd 8:00 Debate, Round 5 9:15 IE Pattern B, Round 2 10:45 Debate, Round 6 12:45 IE Pattern A, Round 3 2:15 Debate, Elim 1 3:45 IE Pattern A, Finals + IE Pattern B, Round 3 5:15 Debate, Elim 2 + Coaches’ Meeting 6:45 Debate, Elim 3 + IE Pattern B, Finals 8:15 Awards + Debate, Elim 4
  6. Hosted by the University of Oregon Friday, February 22 – Saturday February 23, 2013 Dear Friends and Colleagues, We would like to invite you to the 2013 Robert D. Clark Invitational, to be held on Friday, February, 22nd and Friday, February 23rd. This tournament will feature six preliminary rounds of debate in four different formats, as well as three preliminary rounds of individual events. This year the tournament has an NIETOC bid in all qualifying IEs. Continuing the practices from last year, the tournament offers: All OSAA events offered, following all OSAA rules Two-day schedule instead of three Fully catered coaches’ meeting NO FEES We promise a well run, on-time tournament with excellent competition and professionalism. Thomas Schally Tournament Director Debate Coach University of Oregon (651) 253-8291 Events Students may enter one debate event and any two individual events, with a single exception:students entered in CX debate may only enter pattern A events, not pattern B. – Debate CX will use the 2012-2013 topic. As per longstanding tradition for the Bower Aly tournament, Public Forum will use the March topic, and LD will use the March/April topic. Public topics will be written by the tournament. We will be offering two divisions (junior and senior) in each of the formats, as long as we have sufficient entries. Debate will follow OSAA rules. All conflicts and interpretations of the rules will be settled by the tournament director and will be considered final. – Individual Events Pattern A: Pattern B: (CX Debaters may not enter pattern B) ADS ELL-Interp Expository Memorized-Humorous Impromptu Oratory Memorized-Serious Dual Interpretation Prose Extemporaneous Poetry Radio Poetry and Radio have been moved to B. We will be offering Junior and Senior divisions in all events that have sufficient entries. If an event is collapsed, we will still recognize the top 3 finishers in the junior division. The tournament reserves the right to collapse similar events if entries are below the OSAA Alternate Qualification threshold. All individual events will follow OSAA rules and will use OSAA ballots. Please visit http://www.osaa.org/publications/handbook/1112SPEECHHandbook.pdf for a detailed description of the events. With the addition of the NIETOC bid we are very excited to see an increased entry turnout for the 2013 Clark tournament. Here is more information about the NIETOC.http://www.nietoc.com/faq.asp Fees School Fee – FREE Debate entry – FREE ($10/team for late entry) Individual Events – FREE ($5/entry for late additions) Uncovered debate round penalty $30 per round Uncovered IE round penalty $10 per round Judging One judge can cover 2 CX entries, 2 Public debate entries or 4 LD/PF debate entries; and the same judge can cover up to 6 IE entries (double-entries count as two entries). We are going to try to give coaches a break and use them as sparingly as possible until elimination rounds. However, with a tournament of this size, it is imperative that you either cover your judging obligations, or let us know in advance that you cannot so that we know how many judges to hire. Judges are obligated to stay one round past their last competitor. Registration Entries will be done via www.forensicstournament.net, entry procedures detailed there. Even if your late drops take your entries to the point where you have met your judging obligations, if your entries as of the Thursday deadline are over your judging commitment, you will still be assessed uncovered entry fees in full. We welcome unexpected judges. However, due to the difficulties in using them immediately, an unexpected judge will only reduce by half the uncovered penalty that he or she would have resolved had he or she been entered properly. LODGING: Look for information about a hotel block closer to the tournament date. This information will appear at the tournament website: http://clarkinvitational.wordpress.com Options in Eugene include: BEST WESTERN 1655 Franklin Boulevard, Eugene, OR (541) 683-3669 ‎ · book.bestwestern.com Information for other nearby hotels: Sleep Inn & Suites 599 East Broadway, Eugene, OR (541) 345-2331 ‎ · sleepinn.com Phoenix Inn Suites 850 Franklin Boulevard, Eugene, OR (541) 344-0001 ‎phoenixinn.com <a name="0.1_actbar-btns-E">Days Inn Eugene Downtown/University 1859 Franklin Boulevard, Eugene, OR (541) 342-6383 ‎ · daysinn.com Further Information Please send any questions or concerns to dodds.benjamin@gmail.com Schedule Friday, February 22nd 10:00 Debate, Round 1 12:00 Debate, Round 2 2:00 IE Pattern A, Round 1 3:30 Debate, Round 3 4:45 IE Pattern B, Round 1 6:15 Debate, Round 4 8:15 IE Pattern A, Round 2 Saturday, February 23rd 8:00 Debate, Round 5 9:15 IE Pattern B, Round 2 10:45 Debate, Round 6 12:45 IE Pattern A, Round 3 2:15 Debate, Elim 1 3:45 IE Pattern A, Finals + IE Pattern B, Round 3 5:15 Debate, Elim 2 + Coaches’ Meeting 6:45 Debate, Elim 3 + IE Pattern B, Finals 8:15 Awards + Debate, Elim 4
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