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  • Result Details for Bryan College Tournament Points Smoky Mountain Parliamentary Debate Tournament Oct 3 Oct 3 2015 3 75 Total 3 75 main results page

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  • Result Details for Univ of Texas at El Paso Tournament Points Al Johnson Oct 23 Oct 25 2015 3 Total 3 main results page

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  • Result Details for De Anza College Tournament Points Paul Winters Invitational Nov 6 Nov 8 2015 2 67 Total 2 67 main results page

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  • Result Details for Howard Payne Univ Tournament Points Gen Harold Pete Todd Memorial Tourname Sep 26 Sep 27 2015 2 67 Total 2 67 main results page

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  • An Early History of the NPDA – National Parliamentary Debate Association
    for Fall and Spring Championships to be held each year The Fall Championship was scheduled in conjunction with the November Air Force Tournament and the Spring Championship was scheduled in conjunction with the Regis University Tournament in February of 1993 During the school year 1992 1993 most Rocky Mountain tournaments offered a division of parliamentary debate and all were successful attracting fifteen to thirty five teams Al Johnson planned to attend the October tournament at the University of Puget Sound and he and Greg Young were asked to conduct a seminar on Parliamentary Debate Greg had been Director of Forensics at Colorado State University the previous three years and during 1992 1993 he was replacing Steve Hunt as Director of Forensics at Lewis and Clark The seminar was well attended by students and coaches and all expressed a real interest in doing something in Parliamentary Debate Brenda Marshall Director of Forensics at Linfield College had a tournament coming up in just three weeks and she agreed to offer Parliamentary Debate She expressed doubt that anyone would enter teams even though several coaches agreed to do so She was pleasantly surprised to draw more than 30 teams and Parliamentary Debate began in the Pacific Northwest Al persuaded Tim Browning the Tournament Director of Western States to offer a single division at the February tournament in San Jose The division had an excellent draw and Robert Trapp and Al conned a number of California judges into hearing rounds Most were reluctant at first but many asked to judge at least one more round Some interest in Parliamentary Debate was thus generated in California At the coaches meeting at the Regis tournament several changes occurred The organization was renamed the National Parliamentary Debate Association and it was agreed to hold a single tournament the following Spring This tournament was originally titled National but has since been changed to Championship Steve Johnson was elected not self appointed President Susan Epstein Director of Forensics at the University of Southern Colorado was elected Executive Secretary Gwen Fayne was asked to continue as Editor of the Journal and Al Johnson was re elected as Treasurer Although she was still living in Alabama Gwen produced two more Journals before formally leaving NPDA During the school year 1993 1994 Steve Johnson and Al Johnson put together the first National Tournament which was held during March of 1994 The organization had a few members but Steve used the AFA mailing list to attempt to draw more teams Fifty two teams from twenty six schools attended that first tournament Marcus Paroske and Tammy Schultz of Regis University defeated Andrea Roth and Rob Stone of the University of New Mexico in the final round with Andrea taking the honors as top speaker The schools attending in 1994 were Bethel College Kansas Black Hills State University California State University at Northridge Colorado State University Concordia College now Concordia University Creighton University Eastern New Mexico University Front Range Community College Hillsdale College Metropolitan State

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  • Result Details for Whitman Tournament Points Total 0 main results page

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  • Result Details for Vanguard Univ Tournament Points Total 0 main results page

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  • Result Details for Texas State San Marcos Tournament Points Total 0 main results page

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