Delta Burke at Purdue (3/2/19)

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Delta Burke at Purdue (3/2/19)

Post by stanjast » Fri Jan 11, 2019 12:24 am

Purdue University Quiz Bowl is pleased to announce our mirror of Delta Burke on March 2nd, 2019 on our West Lafayette, Indiana campus!

Eligibility:
This tournament is open to all college teams and the questions are regular-minus in difficulty (and always a fun set to play, thanks to the efforts of author Chris Borglum). High school teams are permitted to play with permission from the tournament director (me).

Location and Schedule:
The tournament will be held in the Delon and Elizabeth Hampton Hall of Civil Engineering. Parking nearby is available in a garage on Northwestern Ave. and a small lot adjacent to Wang Hall of Physics. Here's a link to a map of the parking areas: https://bit.ly/2D1x99k

The tournament will begin no later than 9:00 AM. Check in will begin at 8:15. Please arrive between 8:15 and 8:45 so we can start as close to 9:00 as possible.

Fees and Discounts:
Registration Fee: $100.00 per team
Buzzer System Discount: $5.00 per working system
Travel Discount: $10.00 if traveling more than 200 miles to Purdue one-way according to Google maps.
Staff Discount: $15.00 per moderator approved by tournament director

Payment can be made in cash or check the day of the tournament. Checks should be made to "Purdue University Quiz Bowl". Let us know if other arrangements are necessary.

To register please fill out the form at the link below. Only one registration is necessary per school (you may let us know about multiple teams within it): https://goo.gl/forms/dYyFDa2oLxx8nKLL2

Please register no later than noon on Wednesday, February 27th. Any questions may be e-mailed to me at stan-DOT-jastrzebski-AT-gmail-DOT-com or to purduequizbowl-AT-gmail-DOT-com.

Food:
Several restaurants are within walking distance on Northwestern Ave. Various restaurants are also available in the basement of the Purdue Memorial Union.

This is a soft field cap of 18 teams, with the possibility of expansion with interest.
Stan Jastrzebski
News Director, WBAA Public Radio
Staff Advisor, Purdue University Quiz Bowl Team

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