Penn Bowl at uOttawa (October 27, 2013)

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Penn Bowl at uOttawa (October 27, 2013)

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The University of Ottawa Trivia Club is pleased to announce a mirror of Penn Bowl 2013 on Sunday, October 27, 2013. This is the day after Carleton's mirror of Michigan Fall Tournament (viewtopic.php?f=8&t=14805), so come get two tournaments for one trip to the Nation's Capital.

Details about Penn Bowl can be found in the main post: http://www.hsquizbowl.org/forums/viewto ... =8&t=14239

Fee structure:
Base Entry Fee: $125
Discounts:
Distance: $-15 (more than 205 Kilometres one-way)
All HS Team: $-10
Full-Time Dedicated Staffer: $-20
Buzzers: $-10

Logistics:
This tournament will begin at 9 AM, building TBD. Further information to come closer to the tournament date.

Registration: by sending an email to [email protected]

Running team list:
Alberta (2)
Waterloo
McGill
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Re: Penn Bowl at uOttawa (October 27, 2013)

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Alberta will send 2 teams to this as well.

Sign us up!
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Re: Penn Bowl at uOttawa (October 27, 2013)

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Waterloo will send at least (and most likely exactly) one team to this.
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Re: Penn Bowl at uOttawa (October 27, 2013)

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McGill is sending one team to this, probably no more. If we don't, I can staff.
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Re: Penn Bowl at uOttawa (October 27, 2013)

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Just as an obvious heads-up, as the tournament is approaching and you are planning to play, this would be a good time to let us know directly. "I am thinking it to you as hard as I can" is not a workable alternative option.

By my count, we have the following teams CONFIRMED (if you" might be coming" or any such nonsense, CONFIRM it):
The Racist team names (McGill U. Redmen)
The Awkward Solo Guys (Algonquin College)
The Ha, Rollos (uOttawa House Team)
The Vikings meet the Romans (McMaster University)
The Inappropriate Slurs (uWaterloo)
The Trivia Night Question Fiascos (Carleton, maybe x2?)
The I said Jake Sundberg was "gone" and now he won't let that gos (Alberta)
and like, maybe others.
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Re: Penn Bowl at uOttawa (October 27, 2013)

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I am told that another team is:
The Golden Care Bears (Alberta B).
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Re: Penn Bowl at uOttawa (October 27, 2013)

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Logistics:

This tournament will be happening Sunday in the Lamoureux (LMX) Building, the same building that we held our Minnesota Open mirror in. A campus map is available here: http://www.uottawa.ca/maps/

We will be meeting in the morning in Lamoureux 221 - please arrive by 9:00 AM (#9amsharp) so we can start up on time, particularly since some teams have a long drive home to Southern Ontario after the tournament.

Looking forward to seeing many of you Saturday at Carleton, and everyone on Sunday!
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Re: Penn Bowl at uOttawa (October 27, 2013)

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We're in! At least me, but maybe one or two others from Mac.
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Re: Penn Bowl at uOttawa (October 27, 2013)

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This happened. Alberta A went 8-0 in the round robin and then defeated Ottawa (7-1) in the first game of an advantaged final. Jordan Palmer was top scorer, followed closely by Trevor Davis, Sinan Ulusoy and Brendan McKendy. The stats are available here: http://www.hsquizbowl.org/db/tournaments/1650

Please PM me with any stat corrections that may be necessary.

Thanks to everyone who came up to Ottawa for the tournament today and this weekend more broadly!
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Re: Penn Bowl at uOttawa (October 27, 2013)

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A big Thank You to the tireless tournament director Shelby Robert and all of our readers and scorekeepers (such as Ben Smith, Peter Jiang, Russell Neesom, Jon, Colleen, Oscar, James, Cynthia, Nicole, Chris, and anybody I missed!). Thanks for making the tournament a smooth-run and enjoyable affair.

A second big Thank You to everyone who came out and played (Special Thank yous to our out-of-city teams Alberta, Waterloo, McMaster and McGill). It was great to play with you, and hopefully you enjoyed it and we'll see you again soon.

A special mention to Cam of uWaterloo-I did not know it was possible to have 29 negs in 8 games. You've raised the bar for all of us.
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