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glarson
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« on: March 22, 2015, 07:31:16 PM »

Cums Sheet
Rank Order of Teams
Rank Order of Speakers
Speaker Point Distribution
Prefs Distribution

* CEDA Nats 2015 CUMES SHEET.pdf (59.46 KB - downloaded 411 times.)
* CEDA Nats 2015 Rank Order of Teams.pdf (18.77 KB - downloaded 458 times.)
* CEDA Nats 2015 Rank Order of Speakers.pdf (15.57 KB - downloaded 427 times.)
* CEDA Nats 2015 Points Distribution.pdf (53.24 KB - downloaded 302 times.)
* CEDA Nats 2015 Prefs Distribution.pdf (53.42 KB - downloaded 314 times.)
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CouldaBeenaContenda
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« Reply #1 on: March 22, 2015, 08:54:14 PM »

What do the yellow and pink (?) backgrounds of some of the team names signify?
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Dover (New Hampshire) High School debate team, 1967-1970
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University of New Hampshire debate team, 1970 (when we still spoke like human beings)
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« Reply #2 on: March 23, 2015, 01:53:21 PM »

What do the yellow and pink (?) backgrounds of some of the team names signify?

Think Yellow is swing teams, and orange is novice eligible.
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CouldaBeenaContenda
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« Reply #3 on: March 23, 2015, 09:30:24 PM »

What do the yellow and pink (?) backgrounds of some of the team names signify?

Think Yellow is swing teams, and orange is novice eligible.

There are now four yellow and ten orange team name backgrounds, and each seems to have debated all eight rounds.  When I debated, the term "swing team" was given to the one team cobbed together by the host school to even out a field that had an odd number of teams in it.  Quite often, it consisted of different debaters from round to round.

The field was just 116 teams.  I thought that when the Debate Team video was produced, there were over 170.

I also see some name schools to be conspicuously absent from the field.  Perhaps someone would be accommodating enough to PM me on that.
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Dover (New Hampshire) High School debate team, 1967-1970
Dover High School Debate Coach, 1970-1971
University of New Hampshire debate team, 1970 (when we still spoke like human beings)
University of New Hampshire debate team, 1980-1981 (and when we didn't)
UNH assistant debate coach, 1980-1981
nryan
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« Reply #4 on: March 23, 2015, 09:33:31 PM »

What do the yellow and pink (?) backgrounds of some of the team names signify?

Think Yellow is swing teams, and orange is novice eligible.

There are now ten orange and four yellow, and each seems to have debated all eight rounds.  When I debated, the term "swing team" was given to the one team cobbed together by the host school to even out a field that had an odd number of teams in it.  Quite often, it consisted of different debaters from round to round.

The field was just 116 teams.  I thought that when the Debate Team video was produced, there were over 170.

I also see some name schools to be conspicuously absent from the field.  Perhaps someone would be accommodating enough to PM me on that.

You are correct, by swing team I meant Hybrid teams.
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