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Buzz Klinger <[log in to unmask]>
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USA Debating in the WUDC Format <[log in to unmask]>
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For those interested, the motions for the Fall Classic were:

1) In areas with exceptionally high crime rates, TBT vigilantism is
justified.
2) THS the NSA's surveillance program.
3) THW ban non-reconstructive cosmetic surgery.
4) THBT human shields are a legitimate target in war.
5) THW subsidize newspapers.

SF: THW allow violent criminals to choose to undergo the Ludovico technique
in exchange for a significantly reduced sentence. (There was an info slide
defining the Ludovico technique)

Novice Final: THBT secluded religious communities should require their
members to spend time in broader society.

Final: Given the technology, THW erase the memories of bad relationships.


On Thu, Oct 31, 2013 at 10:12 PM, Barnes, R Eric <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> At the 2013 HWS Fall Classic, these were the results.
>
> Champions:  Queen's University (Embree & McLeod)
> Second place:  Canadian Hybrid (Ellis & Grudzien)
> Finalists:  Brandeis & Carleton
> Semifinalists:  Cornell ELAL, Colgate TSMC, Cornell JLYY, Colgate RNKM
>
> Winner of novice finals:  Patrick Henry (Elliott & Fillebrown)
> Second place:  The College of New Jersey (Ellis & Palvannan)
> Finalists:  Cornell (Armstrong & Gaur), Patrick Henry (Collins & Tague)
>
>
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> Eric Barnes
> Hobart and William Smith Colleges
> Philosophy Department
> Public Policy Program
> Debate Coach
> (315) 781-3182
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