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Author Topic: Navy Announcement 1/11/10  (Read 1634 times)
tomogorman
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« on: January 11, 2010, 04:56:56 PM »

Navy Announcement 1/11/10

1.   Please make your entries as soon as possible we are attempting to determine rooms and if we will have a double octofinals round in some divisions.
2.   Please indicate the number of vegetarians/vegans coming with your team.
3.   If you are coming and would like to be able to drive rather than walk onto the base PLEASE send the following information to verney at usna dot edu ASAP: for each vehicle the Make, Model, and License Plate, the Driver’s Name and Driver’s license number and state.  If you have a rental vehicle just the Driver’s Name and Driver’s license number and state.  If you have a bus (Liberty), the name of the bus company and the Driver’s Name and license number and state.  We need this information by no later than 5 PM THURSDAY JANUARY 14th, so if you are even thinking of coming you might want to send it.
4.    Registration will close on Tuesday January 19th at 4 p.m.  After that please send any changes to tomogorman at gmail dot com.  Preferences will be open Wednesday January 20th in the afternoon.  Preferences will close Friday January 22nd at 9 a.m.
5.   Mike Davis has graciously offered to help us in the tab room this year and we will be using CAT, ordinal prefs, and the Harvard interpretation of the RKS scale (sample posted below -- slightly modified because CAT accepts 100s):
30.0 - 100
29.9 – 99
29.8 – 98
29.7 – 97
29.6 – 96
29.5 – 95
29.4 – 94
29.3 – 93
29.2 – 92
29.1 – 91
29.0 – 90
28.9 – 89
28.8 – 88
28.7 – 87
28.6 – 86
28.5 - 85
28.4 – 84
28.3 – 83
28.2 – 82
28.1 – 81
28.0 – 80
27.9 – 79
27.8 – 78
27.7 – 77
27.6 – 76
27.5 – 75
27.4 – 74
27.3 – 73
27.2 – 72
27.1 – 71
And follow the same pattern if you would have assigned lower on the old 30 pt. scale by subtracting 20 and moving the decimal point one place to the right. (e.g. 23.7 becomes 37).  Judges please use this scale so that we have more uniform point distributions.

Any questions?  Please email tomogorman at gmail dot com or verney at usna dot edu
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